The experiences and knowledge gained from living on campus, coupled with your UWA degree, provide you with an educational experience unlike any other in Western Australia.
The Guild is the official student representative body at the University of Western Australia, representing the interests of students to the university, government and the wider community, as well as providing services to students.
Do you have textbooks that you no longer need? Sell them direct to other UWA students on Guild Texchange or via the Guild Secondhand Bookshop! You can also use both to find affordable books.
Welcome to the New Year! Summer Session runs Jan 5 - Feb 17 and on Jan 14 re-enrolments for 2017 close. Jan 26 is Australia Day and is a University holiday. Over January and the start of February Second Semester deferred/supplementary examinations will be held. First Semester commences on Feb 27.
In 2017, PIAF delivers art without borders, inviting you to travel to extraordinary places with the worldβs most brilliant artists as your guides. Tickets on sale now.
The UniStart website is your key to starting university. This is where you can respond to your offer, find out about your enrolment, sort out your unit timetable, enrolment and Class Allocation System (CAS), get your Orientation (O-Week) schedule and sign up for transition programs designed to support you in your first year.
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To help you on your journey through university, UWA has plenty of services and resources online and at Student Central.
Record and manage your enrolment in studentConnect.
Log in to studentConnect to see your unit results.
Everything you need to know about fees and when they're due.
The UWA Handbooks are designed for both students and staff and contain comprehensive information on both undergraduate and postgraduate courses.
Find out everything you need to know about starting your study at UWA.