Campus Tours

Tuesday 12 July

UWA Campus

  • In-person

Event details

Location

Date and time

  • Tuesday 12 July
    11.30am – 2pm

Event type

  • In-person

Audience

  • Parents and guardians
  • A secondary school student in Year 12
  • A secondary school student in Year 11

Event Fee

  • Free

Registration

  • Registrations now open
Register now
Our stunning campus offers a vibrant and dynamic learning environment. Take a tour of the campus and discover the many hidden gems, as you find out about UWA courses, entry requirements and alternative entry pathways.
 
Registration opens at 11am with the tour beginning at 11.30am from Winthrop Hall. Here you’ll meet with our student ambassadors who’ll give you an insider’s guide to your chosen study area.
 
Some key spots you’ll get to visit include:
  • Winthrop Hall
  • The Bayliss Building
  • Reid Library
  • The Rosemarie Nathanson Financial Markets Trading Room.
 
The tour will finish with lunch and opportunity to chat to current students and staff. Some of our student clubs will also be ready to answer all your questions about campus life.
 
Can't make it to one of our campus tours or live overseas? You can still view the UWA Perth campus our virtual tours.

 

Optional Sessions

Make the most of your day by attending one of the additional presentations and workshops on offer, or visit our residential colleges to get a taste of living on campus.

Discover Your Career (10 – 11am)
Good for Year 12s

In this presentation, you’ll hear from current students on how UWA will help launch your career pathway with work integrated learning opportunities, the Careers and Employability Award program, volunteering, mentoring, industry placements, finding casual uni jobs and more!

Industry Panel (10 – 11am)
Good for Year 11s

This session will host a panel of experts from a range of industries, giving an insight into where a UWA degree can take you. You’ll hear about the journeys and choices which led each of our panellists to where they are, and there will be an opportunity for Q&A at the end. 

Study Skills (2 – 2.45pm)

If you’re looking to improve your study skills for your senior school years and beyond, this session will provide some useful tips for making the most of your study time. We want you to be able to maximise your time and leave the session feeling motivated and equipped to optimise your independent study.

Residential College Tours (2pm onwards)

Take the opportunity to visit one or more of our five residential colleges. Touring the residential colleges is the best way to find out about living on campus as you get to explore the rooms and chat to current residents and staff. If you don’t have time to view the residential colleges following the campus tour, you can book a residential college tour for another day or join a virtual tour on the residential colleges' websites.

Peel and surrounds complimentary bus service

A complimentary bus service will be available for students and parents attending this event. There will be pick-up/drop-off points at Harvey, Pinjarra, Mandurah, Rockingham and Byford. If you would like to register for this bus service, nominate your expected pick-up/drop-off location, and we will send you further details.

 

Event Overview

Discover your Career (optional): 10 – 11am
Industry Panel (optional):
10 – 11am
Registration and Welcome:
11 – 11.30am
Campus Tour:
11.30am – 1.20pm
Lunch and an opportunity to ask questions:
1.20 – 2pm
Residential College Tours (optional):
2pm onwards
Study Skills (optional)
2 – 2.45pm