International Students The Vice-Chancellor’s Welcome



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6. Offer and acceptance procedure
UWA will assess your application. If you are eligible you will be sent a letter of offer and acceptance documents. On receipt of these, you should sign and return the acceptance documents. These should be sent together with your first semester tuition deposit and Overseas Student Health Cover, either directly or via an official UWA overseas representative. Once these are received by UWA you will be emailed pre-departure and orientation information along with your Confirmation of Enrolment (CoE) which you will need to commence your student visa application process.

You will be required to make your own travel and student visa arrangements. UWA’s overseas representatives will also be able to help you with these arrangements if you need any additional advice or assistance.


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The University of Western Australia

www.uwa.edu.au

International Centre

www.international.uwa.edu.au

Centre for English Language Teaching

www.celt.uwa.edu.au
Information for students
Future Students
www.studyat.uwa.edu.au

Online Q & A
www.ask.uwa.edu.au

Student Administration (enrolment, examinations and graduation)
www.studentadmin.uwa.edu.au

Student Services
www.student.uwa.edu.au/contact/studentservices

Student Guild
www.guild.uwa.edu.au

UWA Sports and Recreation
www.sport.uwa.edu.au

UWA Graduates Association
www.graduates.uwa.edu.au
Faculties
Faculty of Architecture, Landscape and Visual Arts
www.alva.uwa.edu.au

Faculty of Arts
www.arts.uwa.edu.au

UWA Business School
www.business.uwa.edu.au

Faculty of Education
www.education.uwa.edu.au

Faculty of Engineering, Computing and Mathematics
www.ecm.uwa.edu.au

Faculty of Law
www.law.uwa.edu.au

Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences
www.meddent.uwa.edu.au

Faculty of Science
www.science.uwa.edu.au
Residential colleges
University Hall
www.unihall.uwa.edu.au

St Catherine’s College
www.stcatherines.uwa.edu.au

St George’s College
www.stgeorgescollege.com.au

St Thomas More College
www.stmc.uwa.edu.au

Trinity
www.trinity.uwa.edu.au
Western Australia
Western Australian Government
www.wa.gov.au

Western Australian Tourism
www.westernaustralia.com

General information
The Good Universities Guide (Australia)
www.thegoodguides.com.au

Group of Eight

www.go8.edu.au

Australian Diplomatic Missions Overseas
www.dfat.gov.au/missions

StudyPerth
www.studyperth.com.au

Immigration and Citizenship (DIAC)
www.immi.gov.au

Information on student visas
www.immi.gov.au/students

OSHC Worldcare
www.oshcworldcare.com.au

TOEFL
www.toefl.org

IELTS
www.ielts.org

Australia Awards
www.australiaawards.gov.au

CRICOS Provider Code: 00126G

Australian Federal Government legislation requires providers of courses to international students to register their institution and the courses they offer. This register is called the Commonwealth Register of Institutions and Courses for Overseas Students (CRICOS). The Tertiary Education Quality Standards Agency (TEQSA) approves registration before a code is allocated and the details recorded on the CRICOS register. Providers and their agents must not promote a course to overseas students unless it is registered on CRICOS.


International Centre

The University of Western Australia

M352, 35 Stirling Highway

Crawley Perth WA 6009

Tel: +61 8 6488 3939

Fax: +61 8 9382 4071

Online enquiries: www.ask.uwa.edu.au

Web: www.international.uwa.edu.au

UWA is a smoke-free campus

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CRICOS Provider Code: 00126G
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Pathways to UWA



1 “A Summary of the Liveability Ranking and Overview”, Aug 2012, The Economist Intelligence Unit.

2 Please note some colleges charge a non-refundable application fee of AUD$60.

3 The weekly fee quoted for University Hall is for 14 meals per week. Students are welcome to upgrade to 21 meals per weeks for an additional cost.

4 The standard yearly fee is for accommodation, meals, utilities and cleaning. Other annual fees apply such as a contingency fee, an internet fee, building and/or amenities fees, and College Club membership. For a full list, please refer to each individual college website.

5 The UWA academic year comprises of 34 weeks with five-week mid-year break between semesters. The number of weeks in the standard year fee varies from college to college. Students can apply to stay on for extra days/weeks for a nominal daily/weekly rate if they wish to stay during the mid-year break. All first-year college students undertake one extra week of college living – Orientation Week. See associated charges for each college’s Orientation Week.

6 This is a specially negotiated premium only available to international students and covers standard health requirements. Payments are based on the length of the study program. The fees quoted above are not the fees payable if you obtain insurance from another provider. This is not applicable to students from Norway and Sweden who are covered under a separate arrangement.

7 Course structure diagrams are for illustrative purposes only. Refer to the UWA Handbook (handbooks.uwa.edu.au) for full details.

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9 The tuition fee quoted is an indicative fee only, based on current enrolment patterns. It is important it understand that your final tuition costs for the year may be higher or lower than the fee quoted, depending on your choice of units. The cost per unit can be found by using the University’s fee calculator located at www.unitcosts.uwa.edu.au

10 The tuition fee quoted is an indicative fee only, based on current enrolment patterns. It is important it understand that your final tuition costs for the year may be higher or lower than the fee quoted, depending on your choice of units. The cost per unit can be found by using the University’s fee calculator located at www.unitcosts.uwa.edu.au

11 The tuition fee quoted is an indicative fee only, based on current enrolment patterns. It is important it understand that your final tuition costs for the year may be higher or lower than the fee quoted, depending on your choice of units. The cost per unit can be found by using the University’s fee calculator located at www.unitcosts.uwa.edu.au

12 The tuition fee quoted is an indicative fee only, based on current enrolment patterns. It is important it understand that your final tuition costs for the year may be higher or lower than the fee quoted, depending on your choice of units. The cost per unit can be found by using the University’s fee calculator located at www.unitcosts.uwa.edu.au

13 The tuition fee quoted is an indicative fee only, based on current enrolment patterns. It is important it understand that your final tuition costs for the year may be higher or lower than the fee quoted, depending on your choice of units. The cost per unit can be found by using the University’s fee calculator located at www.unitcosts.uwa.edu.au

14 Prerequisites and recommended courses may not apply to students completing this major as a second major in a degree other than the Bachelor of Science.

15 Prerequisites and recommended courses may not apply to students completing this major as a second major in a degree other than the Bachelor of Commerce.

16 In addition to the normal unit sequence, students seeking professional accreditation must take specific electives. Refer to www.handbooks.edu.au/accounting for more information

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17 Prerequisites and recommended courses may not apply to students completing this major as a second major in a degree other than the Bachelor of Science.

18 Shanghai Jiao Tong University’s Academic Ranking of World Universities, 2012

19 Cost of food and accommodation to be borne by the student. For more information go to www.teachingandlearning.uwa.edu.au/students/fees.

20 Prerequisites and recommended courses may not apply to students completing this major as a second major in a degree other than the Bachelor of Science.

21 Prerequisites and recommended courses may not apply to students completing this major as a second major in a degree other than the Bachelor of Science.

22 This major is not available in other degree courses, nor is it available as a second major. Students cannot choose to study a second major with the Biomedical Science major.

23 Prerequisites and recommended courses may not apply to students completing this major as a second major in a degree other than the Bachelor of Science.

24 Cost of food and accommodation to be borne by the student. For more information go to www.teachingandlearning.uwa.edu.au/students/fees .

25 Prerequisites and recommended courses may not apply to students completing this major as a second major in a degree other than the Bachelor of Commerce.

26 When enrolling, students will be required to complete a questionnaire about their knowledge of Chinese, after which they will be informed about which major is appropriate for their level of Chinese.

272 Environment, Power and Disasters in Asia; Culture, Society and the state in Asia; Australia and Asia; Popular Culture in Asia (not all units are available every year)

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33 At least one of these units must be taken to complete the major.

1 An alternative pathway to Software Engineering through the Engineering science major is currently under discussion.

34 Prerequisites and recommended courses may not apply to students completing this major as a second major in a degree other than the Bachelor of Science.

35 Cost of food and accommodation to be borne by the student. For more information go to www.teachingandlearning.uwa.edu.au/students/fees

36 Prerequisites and recommended courses may not apply to students completing this major as a second major in a degree other than the Bachelor of Commerce.

37 This major is not available in other degree courses, nor is it available as a second major. Students cannot choose to study a second major with the Economics double major.

38 Full accreditation will be applied for in 2014/2015.

39 Students wishing to specialise in Chemical Engineering at postgraduate level will be required to complete two additional units (Process Synthesis and Design, and Unit Operations and Unit Processes) in order to be eligible for professional accreditation with the Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE).

40 Students wishing to specialise in Environmental Engineering at postgraduate level will be required to complete an additional unit – Frontiers of Biology.

41 Prerequisites and recommended courses may not apply to students completing this major as a second major in a degree other than the Bachelor of Science.

42 Cost of food and accommodation to be borne by the student. For more information go to www.teachingandlearning.uwa.edu.au/students/fees

43 Prerequisites and recommended courses may not apply to students completing this major as a second major in a degree other than the Bachelor of Science.

44 Prerequisites and recommended courses may not apply to students completing this major as a second major in a degree other than the Bachelor of Commerce; however, students without Mathematics may have a restricted choice of units.

45 Students should consult European Languages and Studies in the School of Humanities before enrolling to determine the appropriate major, if they are uncertain about the appropriate major for their level of French.

46 Prerequisites and recommended courses may not apply to students completing this major as a second major in a degree other than the Bachelor of Science.

47 Prerequisites and recommended courses may not apply to students completing this majoras a second major in a degree other than the Bachelor of Science.

48 Field work costs are subsidised but require student contributions. For more information go to www.teachingandlearning.uwa.edu.au/students/fees

49 Prerequisites and recommended courses may not apply to students completing this majoras a second major in a degree other than the Bachelor of Science.

50 Cost of food and accommodation to be borne by the student. For more information go to www.teachingandlearning.uwa.edu.au/students/fees

51 Students should consult European Languages and Studies in the School of Humanities before enrolling to determine the appropriate major, if they are uncertain about the appropriate major for their level of German.

52 Cost of food and accommodation for around 10 nights to be borne by the student. For more information go to www.teachingandlearning.uwa.edu.au/students/fees

53 Prerequisites and recommended courses may not apply to students completing this major as a second major in a degree other than the Bachelor of Commerce.

54 Students should consult Asian Studies in the School of Social Sciences before enrolling to determine the appropriate major, if they are uncertain about the appropriate major for their level of Indonesian.

55 Environment, Power and Disasters in Asia; Culture, Society and the State in Asia; Australia and Asia; Popular Culture in Asia (not all units are available every year)

56 Students should consult European Languages and Studies in the School of Humanities before enrolling to determine the appropriate major, if they are uncertain about the appropriate major for their level of Italian.

57 Students should consult Asian Studies in the School of Social Sciences before enrolling to determine the appropriate major, if they are uncertain about the appropriate major for their level of Japanese.

58 Environment, Power and Disasters in Asia; Culture, Society and the State in Asia; Australia and Asia; Popular Culture in Asia (not all units are available every year)

59 Students seeking professional accreditation as a Landscape Architect must have also completed the Bachelor of Design majoring in Landscape Architecture.

60 Not all units are available every year.

61 Prerequisites and recommended courses may not apply to students completing this major as a second major in a degree other than the Bachelor of Commerce.

62 Prerequisites and recommended courses may not apply to students completing this major as a second major in a degree other than the Bachelor of Science.

63 Cost of food and accommodation to be borne by the student. For more information go to www.teachingandlearning.uwa.edu.au/students/fees

64 Prerequisites and recommended courses may not apply to students completing this major as a second major in a degree other than the Bachelor of Commerce.

65 Prerequisites and recommended courses may not apply to students completing this major as a second major in a degree other than the Bachelor of Science.

1 Prerequisites may not apply to students completing this major in a degree other than the Bachelor of Arts.

66 Prerequisites and recommended courses may not apply to students completing this major as a second major in a degree other than the Bachelor of Science.

67 Cost of food and accommodation to be borne by the student. For more information go to www.teachingandlearning.uwa.edu.au/students/fees

68 Prerequisites and recommended courses may not apply to students completing this major as a second major in a degree other than the Bachelor of Science.

69 Prerequisites and recommended courses may not apply to students completing this major as a second major in a degree other than the Bachelor of Science.

70 Subject to approval.

71 Prerequisites and recommended courses may not apply to students completing this major as a second major in a degree other than the Bachelor of Science.

72 Prerequisites and recommended courses may not apply to students completing this major as a second major in a degree other than the Bachelor of Science.

73 Prerequisites and recommended courses may not apply to students completing this major as a second major in a degree other than the Bachelor of Science.

74 Prerequisites and recommended courses may not apply to students completing this major as a second major in a degree other than the Bachelor of Science.

75 Prerequisites and recommended courses may not apply to students completing this major as a second major in a degree other than the Bachelor of Science.

76 Cost of food and accommodation to be borne by the student. For more information go to www.teachingandlearning.uwa.edu.au/students/fees

77 For more information on entry pathways to the DMD, refer to www.meddent.uwa.edu.au/admissions or contact the Faculty Admissions Office at www.meddentadmissions@uwa.edu.au

78 The results for these tests will not be used in the final ranking, but will determine if an applicant progresses to the final rankings.

  • NB: Students who undertake a Bachelor of Philosophy (Honours) will take four years to complete their undergraduate degree.

79 Students with any bachelor’s degree may complete the Master of Professional Engineering after completion of a Master of Professional Engineering (Preliminary).

NB: Students who undertake a Bachelor of Philosophy (Honours) will take four years to complete their undergraduate degree.



80 For more information on entry pathways to the MD, refer to www.meddent.uwa.edu.au/admissions or contact the Faculty Admissions Office at www.meddentadmissions@uwa.edu.au

1 It is expected that the Australian Medical Council will accredit the MD in 2013 as a course recognised for medical pre-registration in Australia.

NB: Students who undertake a Bachelor of Philosophy (Honours) will take four years to complete their undergraduate degree.



81 Subject to approval.

NB: Students who undertake a Bachelor of Philosophy (Honours) will take four years to complete their undergraduate degree.



82 Includes WACE, VCE, SAM, AusMat etc.

83 Students will also need to achieve a grade of C+ in English.

84 UWA applies a LOTE (Language Other Than English) bonus to the IB Diploma. Overall IB score required depends on the Language subject level and score.

85 For GCE A-levels: A* = 5 points; A = 4 points; B = 3 points; C = 2 points; D = 1 points; E = 0 points.

86 The aggregate is calculated from a minimum of two (and no maximum) H2 Level subjects, and one content based H1 subject. At H2 Level: A = 5; B = 4; C = 3; D = 2; E = 1 and at H1 Level: A = 2.5; B = 2; C = 1.5;

D = 1; E = 0.5.



87 Average of best four subjects.

88 Grade average of best five or six provincially examined or university/college preparation courses.

89 Points are aggregated from the best four academic subjects: A1 = 1; A2 = 2; B3 = 3; B4 = 4; B5 = 5; B6 = 6.

90 Awarded by Central Board of Secondary Education. Overall grades in best four subjects: A1 = 5; A2 = 4.5; B1 = 3.5; B2 = 3; C1 = 2; C2 = 1.5; D1 = 1; D2 = 0.5. Different examination, graduation and subject requirements apply for each of the provinces.

91 Graduate average in best four subjects.

92 Graduate average of best six subjects in final year excluding Life Orientation.

93 Aggregate of best four subjects excluding Mathematics Core, calculated on the basis that: 5** = 6; 5* = 5.5; 4 = 4; 3 = 3; 2 = 0; 1 = 0 for Category A subjects or A* = 6; A = 5; B = 4; C = 3; D = 2; E = 1 for Category C subjects.

94 The aggregate is calculated according to the following grade points: A = 5; A- = 5; B+ = 4; B = 3; B- = 2; C+ = 2; C = 1

95 Note: At the time of printing of the dates for 2014 were not confirmed and they are a guide only.
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