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The year 9 Djinanginy, meaning 'looking' or 'seeing' in Noongar language, is a program that will further help Indigenous students understand what the university environment is like through lecture style activities as well as hands-on activities from a number of different study areas on campus.

In the past, our students have explored various discipline groups across UWA including:

This year our theme is STEM. By giving the students a taste of a few different study areas, we hope to stimulate an interest in university study which they may not have considered previously.

In addition to hands-on activities, students will meet current Indigenous university students and are informed of university entry pathways and the School of Indigenous Studies' Outreach Program. Students also receive lunch and a free t-shirt.

The program is free for participating schools. Places are limited to 120 students and schools are limited in the number of students they may bring due to venue capacities.

Useful information

Outreach Team
The School of Indigenous Studies (M303)
The University of Western Australia
35 Stirling Hwy
Crawley, Perth
Western Australia 6009

Telephone (+61 8) 6488 3428
Fax (+61 8) 6488 1100
Email: [email protected] for inquiries
2023 Program
21 November 2023
Registrations for 2023 are open
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