A message from your Vice-Chancellor
“I’m very pleased to welcome you to the UWA community as you embark on the next phase of your education journey. I hope that you’ll find your experiences here to be thought-provoking and challenging; and that when you leave UWA you will have made lifelong friends, created many memories, and have a sense of purpose and curiosity that will empower you to make a difference in the world."
Professor Amit Chakma
To get set up with everything you need before your first day, login to the UniStart website and follow the steps. This is your official guide to enrolling at UWA and covers getting your campus card, setting up your UWA email, enrolling in your units and creating a timetable, planning your orientation and understanding fees.Visit UniStart
There are some additional steps for you to follow on our pre-departure page. Make sure you complete these before returning to this page to complete your enrolment through UniStart.
Once you arrive, drop into the International Student Lounge, located upstairs in the Student Wellbeing Hub (Shenton House). This is your dedicated space on campus where you’ll meet staff and student ambassadors who can support your transition to UWA.
There is more to uni than study
Once you’ve navigated all the steps in UniStart, discover some of the ways to get the most out of your time at UWA.
A message from your Guild President
"Coming to University is an incredible chance to try new things, embrace new challenges, and meet new people. At UWA, there are so many ways you can make your Uni experience unique, and truly get more than a degree.
University is a step towards the rest of your life, whether it’s your first time here, or you’re returning to our beautiful campus for another year. So, get excited, because at UWA, your Uni experience is something you can really make your own. "
2024 Guild President
We’re here for you every step of the way
Explore the many services at UWA available to support your academic and personal situations.
A safe and respectful community
UWA is committed to ensuring all students can study in a safe and inclusive environment. Adjusting to life at university can be overwhelming; asking for help, accessing support, joining a club or a team are all great ways to connect and belong.