UWA showcases exciting new courses available to international students

01 Sep 2020 | 2 mins

The University of Western Australia has created an all-digital experience to showcase the broad range of courses and opportunities available to international students at its International Open Week.

International Open Week will run from September 12 to 16 and will comprise webinars with Q&A, on-demand videos, drop-in sessions and live chats.

Prospective students can chat live with UWA students, staff and graduates about study options and future careers, and gain tips to help with the transition from high school to university. 

UWA Nobel Laureate Professor Barry Marshall will host a session focusing on his career highlights and research into peptic ulcers.

There are many benefits to studying at UWA, a top 100 globally ranked Group of Eight university, including high-quality courses, taught by world-leading academics.

Perth is a safe, welcoming, affordable and livable city which is closely connected to Asia and in a shared time zone with South East Asia.

It is a fast growing city with a strong economy, enabling many career opportunities. 

As part of the International Open Week, UWA will showcase a suite of new courses available to international students to study from 2021. 

The new courses respond to the needs of the global economy, industry and society, preparing students for a rapidly changing world, and ensuring they are well-prepared for jobs of the future.

UWA has flexible study options, including online study with full academic, social and wellbeing support for students who choose to study remotely.

The courses include new majors and minors, as well as new bachelors, honours and postgraduate degrees. They include degrees in areas such as automation and robotics, artificial intelligence and international cybersecurity. 

For more information and to register, visit the International Open Week website.

For information on UWA courses, visit our website.

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Jess Reid, UWA Media & PR Adviser, 08 6488 6876

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