UWA Application Help Days

Sunday 18 December

Future Students Centre in Student Central

  • In-person

Event details

Location

Date and time

  • Sunday 18 December | 9am – 3pm
    Monday 19 December | 8.30am – 5pm

Event type

  • In-person

Audience

  • Parents and guardians
  • High school students
  • Mature students (age 20+) pursuing your first degree

Event Fee

  • Free

Registration

  • Register to attend
Register here

You’ve learnt. You’ve studied. You’ve revised. You’ve prepped. 

Come along to a UWA Application Help Day to get all your questions answered on your application (direct or through TISC), an offer from UWA, our courses and more. We’ll be on hand to offer advice and support to help you figure out which path is right for you.

If your results are higher or lower than expected, if you’re still deciding which course to pick, or just want to discuss your options – we’re here to help.

Sunday 18 December | 9am – 3pm
Monday 19 December | 8.30am – 5pm

Why attend this event?
  • Ensure you have all the information you need for ATAR release or to submit your application to study at UWA
  • Our Future Students team can provide advice and answer any questions you have
  • Didn't get the ATAR you were hoping for? We can talk you through all the options available to you.
  • If you're not sure what course to study, let us help! Hear about our range of study areas and let us help you make your decision
  • Find out about Mature Age, TAFE and VET entry pathways as well as entry through Enabling Programs
  • Ask us any questions

Who should attend this event?

  • Year 12 students who have questions about their ATAR, UWA offer or TISC applications, or want to explore our alternative entry pathways
  • Are you 20 years or older and looking to start an undergraduate degree? Let us talk you through our Mature Age entry pathways

How to chat with us on the day 

Visit us – Find us on campus atStudent Central

Call us – 131 UWA (131 892) or +61 8 6488 1000

Email us or submit an online enquiry – askUWA for Domestic students