General information for students
UWA - A Day at UWA for Year 9s
The University of Western Australia has designed A Day at UWA especially for Year 9s.
Between 10am and 4pm, students will have the opportunity to participate in hands-on workshops, meet UWA students and staff, and explore the different degrees and exciting opportunities within the university. Food and drinks will be provided throughout the day.
Parents and guardians can register their child here. The closing date for registration is 13 September 2019. Please note that places are limited and will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.
Parents and guardians are invited to join their child at 4pm for an interactive discussion that explores work of the future, presented by the UWA Careers Centre. Light refreshments will be provided, and parents and guardians will have the opportunity to speak with UWA staff and students. Parents and guardians are required to register for the evening session.
Atarget Revision Program
The July Program is open to students from all Western Australian schools and will be held on the Christ Church Grammar School and Methodist Ladies’ College campuses. Find out more here.
WACE July Revision Program
WACE+ Revision and ATAR Exam Preparation tutorials have a history of successfully supporting students to achieve their academic objectives. Find out more here.
Year 10-11 Course Information Evening at UWA - Monday March 18th
"Our free information session will help make your Year 10 or 11 experience a positive one, even if you're unsure of what to study in the future." Find out more here
St George's College
St George’s College provides accommodation for students studying at universities in Perth and is the oldest and most prestigious residential college in Western Australia. St George's College welcomes applications from metropolitan, regional and international students. For more information visit the website or email the College directly.
St Catherine's College
St Catherine’s College is a contemporary residential College which provides incredible opportunities for young people transitioning from school to university. Open to students from all over the world, the College fosters a culture of success and independence. Visit the website or book a tour to see for yourself.
We are delighted to inform you that Henri Currie from your school was successful in applying to live and study at Queen’s College.
This exceptional student is a highly valued member of our College community, and we hope to strengthen the relationship between your school and Queen’s College, by encouraging further applications from outstanding students in 2017 and beyond.
Queen’s College offers future University of Melbourne, RMIT & Monash Pharmacy University Students with a unique opportunity to further their academic and personal growth within a caring and supportive residential community. Founded in 1887, the College prides itself on its long and distinguished history of nurturing many of Australia’s best and brightest students across all disciplines and professions. The College’s historic buildings and grounds are conveniently located on the University of Melbourne campus in Parkville. The College supports its students with a range of academic, cultural, artistic, sporting, musical and other extracurricular activities, further details of which can be found on our website: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Queen’s College also offers a number of scholarship opportunities for prospective students, including those from rural, Indigenous and financially disadvantaged backgrounds. More details on our scholarships and bursaries can be found here: http://www.queens.unimelb.edu.au/scholarships/entrance/
We look forward to welcoming further outstanding students from your school into our academic community in the future. For further information, to arrange a tour of the College, or to request a visit from one of our staff please feel free to make contact with our admissions and promotions office on (03 9349 0703).