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Get a feel for life at Uni
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Open Day is a great way to get the feel of University life, and check out all that UWA has to offer. Put Sunday 12 August 2018 in your diary, from 10am to 4pm at the University of Western Australia, 35 Stirling Highway, Perth. A free event, this stunning campus is going to be abuzz with activities, displays, entertainment and staff and students waiting to answer all your questions. All you need to know will be in the one place.
Join the conversation and follow the discussions on the event page. Check the Open Day Program and plan your own to cover all you're interested in.
Over 20 and exploring options for your first degree? The Future Students team will go through the different pathways into UWA so that you can find the best fit for you. Get practical advice on ways to help your child with their career and study choices and get help navigating through high school. Get tips on choosing year 11 and 12 subjects that will relate to UWA courses; find out more from ATAR. If you're adventurous and like to travel while you study, consider going on an exchange. There are 180 universities in 30 countries to choose from and get credit towards your UWA degree.
If you're more about inventing and microscopes that fit in needles, bionic limbs, and robot surgeons, then Biomedical Engineering is the one for you. You can also get an expert guided tour of the Plant Growth Facilities fo find out how scientists experiment with plants, and head to the modern labs for safety requirements. Engineering, Archaeology, Sporting activities, workshops and demos from the underwater club to the mixed martial arts clubs and more, Open Day is not just about studies. There's amazing food trucks, great tunes from EMAS UWA at Beats and Eats on Riley Oval and entertainment to be had. The Cullity Gallery comes alive with work produced by students across Fine Arts, Architecture and Landscape Architecture, so be prepared to be amazed.