Current Students

Summer Session

Further information

Units to be offered from January to February are listed under each Faculty. They are open to UWA students, other university students and the public.

Summer Session commences on Monday 6 January 2014 and finishes on Friday 14 February 2014.


If you're planning to take summer session units, you should include them when enrolling or re-enrolling for 2014. The final date for adding a summer session unit to an enrolment is Monday 13 January 2014.

Adding a late unit

In exceptional circumstances, and only with the formal approval of your faculty, you may be permitted to add a unit after the closing date. You must:

  1. Ask your unit coordinator and faculty adviser to sign a special approval form (below).
  2. Obtain a Change of Enrolment Form from Student Administration.
  3. Pay $50 to the cashier and lodge the forms at Student Administration.


2014 units

The following faculties are offering units in the summer session, subject to minimum enrolments.

Faculty of Architecture, Landscape and Visual Arts

  • ARCT3301 Architectural Design 3b
  • ARCT4401 Architectural Design 4b
  • ARCT4403 Architectural Design 4a - Complex Buildings
  • ARCT5500 Architectural Design 5a
  • ARCT5501 Architectural Design 5b
  • VISA2270 International Studio for Arts and Culture
  • VISA2283 Rome

Summer units

Contact: Ms Carolyn Wood


Faculty of Arts

  • FREN1402 French Studies 2

Contact: Sabine Kuuse

  • ITAL1402 Italian Studies 2


  • GRMN1402 German Studies 2


  • HUMA2901 Arts Practicum 1
  • HUMA3901 Arts Internship

Contact: Asst/Prof Chantal Bourgault du Coudray

Business School

  • ECON2233 Microeconomics: Policy and Applications

Contact: Assistant Professor Ishita Chatterjee

  • MKTG2238 Advertising and Promotion 

Contact: Assistant Professor Tim Daly

 Human Resource Management
  • HRMT2237 Human Resource Management 


Faculty of Law

Visit the Faculty of Law website for details.

Contact: askUWA

Faculty of Education

Contact: Anna Johansson

Faculty of Science

  • SSEH1103 Physical Fitness and Health

Contact: Asst/Prof Peter Peeling

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