Welcome back! Are you ready to start the next step in your student journey?
You must re-enrol online through studentConnect. Make sure you enrol in units for both semesters of the academic year. It will help to refer to your study plan or revisit the UWA Handbook for unit codes and availability.
Don’t forget to check your timetable before enrolling!
Your timetable is important because you will need to attend a number of lectures, tutorials, labs, and workshops for each unit. The timetable website lets you see how your potential unit choices could be scheduled; it does not register you for classes. After enrolment you will use the online Class Allocation System, CAS, to register for classes.
If you need a refresher on how to register for classes you may find the information provided by Student Services for first-time users of CAS helpful.
Does your unit show as invalid? Need to change your enrolment? Defer you studies? We have enrolment information to help you.
Here are a range of online services that you will require throughout your time at UWA:
There are many different ways UWA can support you:
The Science Student Office is a team dedicated to helping science students. You can visit, call or email the Science Student Office for support and advice
There is a wealth of material provided by Student Services that can help you settle into university life and help with many others issues that you may encounter as a university student.
The Guild represents the students of UWA. They can help you in a number of ways by providing financial, academic and welfare support.
Need to know when the census date is? When the exam period is? When semester starts? It is essential you are aware of UWA important dates.
Need a specific form? Student Administration has a number of forms that you may require during your time at UWA.
Got a question that needs answering? Most answers to your questions can be addressed online via askUWA.
The Peer Assisted Learning program (PAL) gives first-year science students, enrolled in core units, the opportunity to work collaboratively in small groups with guidance from trained student leaders.
STUDYSmarter helps students get more out of their study. Explore the range of free on-campus and online services to help you develop academic communication, research, critical analysis, numeracy and study skills.
Subscribe to GetSmart News! This free weekly newsletter includes study tips and information on UWA events and workshops.
The Faculty of Science has a dedicated Senior Student Experience Adviser, Dr Megan Ellyard. Megan actively seeks feedback from students, implements a broad range of projects or helps other faculty members to implement student-focused projects aimed at enhancing the student experience, and constantly evaluates the student lifecycle.
Student clubs and societies
The Faculty of Science is host to a wide variety of student-run clubs and societies. Getting involved in such clubs can greatly enrich your UWA student experience, and puts you in contact with people that share common interests and are going through a similar experience. Student clubs and societies are an excellent support network.
Volunteering is a great way to gain valuable experience, meet new people and expand your professional networks. Guild volunteering coordinates a wide range of volunteering opportunities in the local community and on UWA campus. On-campus experiences are also advertised via Current Students: Volunteering. Of particular interest, consider being a UniMentor.
Take your volunteering potential to the next level with organisations such as AIESEC or Enactus. You can travel overseas to complete a global internship, or you may choose to work on a global initiative from UWA campus.
There are a wide range of global learning opportunities available to you. These include student exchange programs, independent study abroad, short term programs specific to Faculty of Science students and UWA overseas units. Further information on study abroad programs and study abroad scholarships can be found via the UWA Global Studio. Check your study abroad plans are compatible with your course structure by contacting the Science Student Office.
Some units include a Service Learning component. This means that they have community engagement activities embedded into their curriculum.
'Undergraduate community' on the LMS
You will find more opportunities on the LMS under an Organisation called the 'Science Undergraduate Community.' This features ad-hoc opportunities such as discipline-specific internships, work experience, volunteering opportunities, scholarships and more as they arise. These opportunities come and go throughout the year so check this regularly and be mindful of application due dates.
Connect with like-minded students, celebrate your success, or simply share a positive experience with our friendly online community. The most popular content includes photos of field trips, classes, UWA social events, and life on campus.
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Congratulations! If you are reading this, it is probably because you have completed, or are about to complete, your course. To receive your award certificate from the University you must apply to graduate.
Thinking about your next steps? There are many opportunities available to UWA science graduates:
The Bachelor of Science (Honours) is a challenging and rewarding year of additional study. It enables you to extend your knowledge in your area of specialisation through higher-level coursework subjects and an independent research project under the guidance of an academic supervisor.
Explore our postgraduate options. Whether you are a relative newcomer to the sciences, with an undergraduate degree in a different discipline, or a science student looking to take your research to the next level, the Faculty of Science offers a range of postgraduate study options designed to meet your background and interests.
A UWA science degree opens doors to a wide range of careers. Find out what our graduates have done with their science degrees.
The UWA Careers Centre can help you develop and manage your career. The CareerHub is a place where you can find employment opportunities, career events and resources.
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Stay connected! UWA is committed to providing opportunities for you even after you’ve graduated. We are committed to helping our alumni build and strengthen connections with fellow graduates and the University.