Make UWA your first preference

Make UWA your first preference

Join us at WA's highest-ranked university 

A university degree is about so much more than just learning. Studying at UWA not only gives you the opportunity to get a world-class degree, it also opens up many doors for you when it's time to find a career pathway. You'll build greater confidence and gain a fresh perspective on the world, with the chance to get involved in everything from clubs and societies, to community work, internships and a whole range of social activities.

Your degree, your way

Our five bachelor's degrees

At UWA we’re committed to helping you figure out your study path. Our course structure allows you to personalise your degree and even change your mind along the way. We give you the chance to study across a variety of fields before choosing your majors at the start of your second year, allowing you time to discover what you’re really passionate about. 

Choosing your preferences

From 6 August 2018, you can submit up to six course preferences through the TISC website. These can all be at the same university or can be from one or more universities. You don't have to use all six preferences, but it's wise to cover all your options from best-case to worst-case scenarios. This way you'll have a plan in place regardless of your final results.

How to apply

If you’re applying for your first degree at UWA in 2019, you can apply through the Tertiary Institutions Service Centre (TISC) website. Applications for TISC open on 6 August 2018, to avoid late fees apply before 11pm, 28 September 2018.

2. Select up to six preferences

3. Lodge your application

4. Complete your payment

Important dates

If you need help with your TISC preferences or have any questions about entry into UWA, our Future Students Centre will have extended opening hours during December and January. 

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FAQs

If you have questions about your ATAR, offers and entry requirements, we’re here to help you every step of the way. Check out our frequently asked questions, which cover how to accept your offer, changing your preferences, entry requirements and more.

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Contact us

Phone

Phone

Speak to a Future Students Adviser from 8am to 5.30pm, Monday to Friday (Western Standard Time)

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Chat with a Future Students Adviser from 2.30 to 4.30pm, Monday to Friday (Western Standard Time)