UWA offers a range of options for those interested in undertaking short courses or not-for-degree study. Explore our range of short courses available and seek study that fits into your life
Short courses that focus on the skills that are in high demand by employers and industry, and give you the flexibility to pick and choose what works for you. Update, upskill or reskill, complete a one-off course or combine multiple micro-credentials that can be converted to academic credit toward an undergraduate or postgraduate course – the choice is yours.
Uni Link provides an immersive educational experience by combining Micro-credentials – professional short courses and study tours together.
At Uni Link, participants will access innovative academic programs and receive UWA credit points that they may use to apply for one of the University’s award courses. The programs delivered by Uni Link are tailored to each group’s specific academic requirements, with the number of credit points depending on the total number of study hours.
In addition to engaging academic programs in the environment of one of the most beautiful campuses in Australia, students will experience the best of Perth, via on-demand day tours.
UWA Boot Camps
Stretch your knowledge to new limits at UWA’s Boot Camps. UWA is now offering boot camps in Coding, Data Analytics and Cyber Security.
In just 24 immersive weeks, each of these part-time courses equips you with the fundamental skills needed to succeed in these fields.
- Coding Boot Camp – equips students with the core skills needed for a career in web development and technology through engaging classes.
- Data Analytics Boot Camp – prepares professionals with the specialised skills necessary to land a job in the booming field of data analytics.
- Cybersecurity Boot Camp – gives students hands-on training in networking, systems, web technologies, and defensive and offensive cybersecurity.
School-leavers and undergraduates (assessed)
AccessUWA provides you with an opportunity to enrol in units at UWA without being formally admitted to a degree course. Upon successful completion of a minimum number of units, you can apply for undergraduate admission based on your AccessUWA results.
In some cases, upon completion you may be eligible to apply for undergraduate admission based on your Continuing Education (assessed) results. Check the requirements or discuss your options with the Future Students Office before applying.