UWA Early Offers

UWA's Early Offers pathway means you can tick your application off your list early. So, it's one less thing you need to think about, and you can spend that time focusing on your final exams.

Early Offers for 2024 Entry – UWA will be accepting applications for Early Offers via the TISC system from Monday 1 May. You'll be the first to know when information is released on our entry pathways and information on how to apply.

Ready to begin your career journey at UWA? If you are currently in Year 12, our Early Offers pathway means you can tick your application off your list early. So, it's one less thing you need to think about, and you can spend that time focusing on your final exams.

Entry pathways available


Predicted ATAR entry

We’ll be providing offers based on your predicted ATAR score using UWA's calculator and will be based on your final Year 11 or mid Year 12 results when available.

Students must have a minimum predicted ATAR of 80 (Broadway ATAR of 78) and meet the entry requirements for their nominated course to receive an offer.

If your predicted ATAR does not meet the early offer entry requirements for your nominated UWA course you will receive a conditional offer – conditional that you satisfy the ATAR requirement for your chosen course through your final Year 12 ATAR. Students who do not satisfy the minimum UWA entry requirements can do so by successfully completing the Special Tertiary Admission Test (STAT).

STAT entry

Even if you’re not taking enough ATAR subjects for university entry (or not taking ATAR at all), you can still apply to UWA through a Special Tertiary Admissions Test. Year 12 students completing VET qualifications are eligible for this pathway.

STAT pathway is only available for entry to the Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Business, Bachelor of Environmental Design, Bachelor of Music (Music is a specialist degree but is eligible through STAT subject to audition), Bachelor of Science (the Mathematics and Statistics Major and the Physics Major are subject to prerequisite requirements), Bachelor of Biomedical Science and Bachelor of Commerce.

ATAR based entry

Students can use their final Year 12 ATAR to apply for UWA courses, applying either direct or via TISC.

Students may use the predicted ATAR pathway to apply for admission to any of our undergraduate degrees and Combined Bachelor's and Master's degrees, as well as our Assured Pathways to Law, Teaching, Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Public Health and Translation Studies. The Predicted ATAR entry pathway is not applicable for Assured Pathways to Medicine, Dental Medicine, Pharmacy and Podiatric Medicine.
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Experience-based entry open now

A pathway for you. A place for you.

UWA’s Experienced-based entry allows you to apply for a select number of our undergraduate bachelor's degrees using a combination of academic achievements and life experiences.

Experience-based entry

Eligibility for UWA's Early Offers Program


  • Applications now open
  • All students must satisfy UWA's English requirements and any subject prerequisite requirements.
  • All students must complete Year 12 with an ATAR, or gain entry via the STAT pathway if not sitting the ATAR.
  • Students can apply for all degrees directly with UWA excluding Assured Pathways to Medicine, Dental Medicine, Pharmacy and Podiatric Medicine. Applications can be submitted through TISC for these courses.
  • International students completing WACE or WA students completing the International Baccalaureate (IB) program are eligible to apply.
  • Applications open Monday 1 May.


UWA believes completion of Year 12 ATAR is the best preparation for high school students to succeed at University. We encourage students to focus on their ATAR studies throughout their final year of high school.

We look forward to partnering with you to make your Year 12, UWA studies and career journey a success!

1. Apply through TISC

Create an account with TISC using your personal email address (not your school email as you may not have access after high school) and start your application using the TISC Applying Online Guide. Don’t forget to upload your most recent high school report as part of your application! You can save your application at any time and go back and add information at a later date.

2. Add your preferences

You can add up to 5 preferences. We suggest that you use these preferences to keep your options open and apply for a range of courses with different entry requirements. We’ll give an offer to the highest preference that you’re eligible for. View our courses here.

3. Keep watch

Your application is important to us. We will work hard to process your application as soon as possible. You'll hear from us soon, so keep an eye out in your inbox!

FAQs on Early Offers

Got questions about UWA's Early Offers? We've developed a series of frequently asked questions to help you navigate the process. You can also get in touch with our Future Students team – they'll be happy to answer any of your questions.


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