Your allocated student office is your one-stop shop for all your course-related queries. We can assist with:
- course advice and creating a study plan
- checking your enrolment
- advising on global and extra-curricular experiences
- directing you to student support services
- helping you with complex matters regarding special consideration, credit transfer, approved leave, academic progression, graduation eligibility and other requests
The Science Student Advising Office is located in the Agriculture Central building at the Perth campus.
Visit us during our office hours or get in touch using the details below.
Phone: +61 8 6488 7333
Opening hours: Monday to Friday 9am–5pm and closed Thursday 12.30pm to 1.30pm
Email us via askUWA
Events and opportunities
International fieldwork in Agriculture and Environmental Science
Attend a Thai university for two weeks and investigate how agriculture in a developing country can contribute to its economic development.
International fieldwork in Geography
Escape the Aussie winter for a European summer and earn credit towards your degree. Travel to Germany and Austria to learn about cultural studies, geography and planning, tourism, public transport and urban development.
International Fieldwork Project
Investigate the agricultural production-environmental impact nexus in a real-world context by going to Vietnam or working one-on-one with a UWA academic adviser on a case study.
Head to Indonesia with ACICIS, a non-profit consortium of universities that develops and coordinates high-quality, in-country study options.
Student clubs and societies
UWA has more than 160 clubs and societies. Join up to attend social events, network with other students and get more than a degree. There are clubs specifically for people interested in science, including the Science Union, which is the second-oldest faculty society at UWA and one of the largest clubs on campus.
Successfully completing an honours degree not only prepares you for higher-degree study at master’s and PhD level, but demonstrates to prospective employers a higher capacity for independent learning and research, along with enhanced problem-solving, critical thinking, independent learning and communication skills.
Bryan is a third-year Sport Science and Exercise and Health student, who completed an internship with UWA Sport.
In Year 10 when all the universities came to my high school, I talked to the people from UWA about Sport Science and Exercise and Health and from that moment onwards I knew that is what I wanted to do.
He loves Sport Science because most of the learning is practical work rather than sitting in classrooms.
It’s also a very social degree as we see each other quite often and have to participate in activities together, friendships are formed which makes time at university more pleasant.
The UWA Uni7s Rugby Team is Western Australia's women's team comprising students and elite Australian players. Bryan's role as an intern at UWA Sport involved assisting the Head Strength and Conditioning Coach to carry out training sessions and be an extra pair of eyes in the gym to ensure safe and effective lifting.
During this time I realised working in a gym or in sports strength and conditioning was a possible career for me. When the chance to be a part of a team where I could learn from someone with more experience than me was offered, I immediately took the opportunity. After all, learning is best done by doing.