Engineering and Mathematical Sciences
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
Get in touch with us by emailing email@example.com, asking a question at askUWA or booking an appointment with an EMS Student Adviser.
We host a wide variety of student-run clubs and societies that create a vibrant and interactive campus atmosphere.
Faculty-wide clubs and societies
Outreach clubs and societies
Discipline-specific clubs and societies
- Australian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy (AusIMM)
- UWA Biomedical Engineering Society
- Chemical and Process Engineering Club (CPEC)
- The Civil Society
- Computer Science Students Club
- Electrical and Electronic Engineers of WA (EEEWA)
- The Institution of Mechanical Engineers UWA Student Chapter (IMechE UWA)
- The UWA Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE)
- Student Environmental Engineers' Club
- The Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE)
- The UWA Motorsport Team (UWAM)
- UWA Mathematics Union
- The University Physics Society
- UWA Data Science Club
We're proud to recognise you as a member of our highly influential and successful Engineering and Mathematical Sciences network. To commemorate your time at uni, we invite you to purchase a red jacket which is available only to students, recent graduates and alumni who have undertaken studies in engineering at UWA.
Student Association Council
The Student Association Council is made up of representatives from the Faculty and student clubs and associations affiliated with EMS disciplines. The Council meets regularly during semester to discuss matters relating to student experience and to facilitate communication between the Faculty and students. Get in touch with the EMS Student Office to find out more.
Connect with an academic to build professional relationships, get advice on your pathway and develop insight into your specialisation. Register your interest to find a mentor by applying now.
Record volunteering hours
Giving back to the community through outreach and/or mentoring of current and prospective students offers numerous personal and professional benefits. If you volunteer, be sure to record your hours. Submitting your hours means they’ll be formally recognised on your academic transcript at the end of each semester and may contribute towards your professional development hours within your professional practicum.