UWA Open Day in Indonesia

Sunday 17 September

Swissôtel Jakarta, PIK Avenue

  • In-person

Event details


Date and time

  • Date: Sunday 17 September 2023
    Time: 2pm – 5.30pm (GTM +7)

Event type

  • In-person


  • International students

Event Fee

  • Free


  • Registration is essential
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Join us at our exclusive UWA Open Day event in Indonesia to discover how you can study at a world top 100 university in Perth, Western Australia (QS 2024).

Learn about UWA courses, entry requirements, scholarships and campus life, plus what it's like to live, work and study in the vibrant city of Perth.

What to expect at Open Day

Our UWA Open Day in Indonesia will provide you with everything you need to know about studying at UWA:

  • Hear from our award-winning academics and find out about the courses we offer
  • Learn about our entry requirements and pathway programs
  • Discover our range of scholarships and financial support options for international students
  • Chat to our alumni on their experiences at UWA
  • Plus, ask us anything about the unparalleled student experience and what it's like to live, work and study in the vibrant city of Perth!

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Seminars for you to attend

We have an exciting line up of seminars taking place at UWA Open Day in Indonesia. Attend all the sessions that interest you to help prepare for studying at UWA in Perth.

Guest speaker session
1:00pm to 2:00pm - Pintar Memilih Jurusan dan Tren Karier by Ina Liem Founder Jurusanku

UWA information sessions
2:15pm to 2:45pm - Living and studying in Perth, a city of opportunity
3:00pm to 3:45pm - From Campus to Career: Empowering Success - Inspiring Alumni Stories by UWA Alumni

Who you can meet at Open Day in Indonesia

We will have academics from a range of areas, representatives from our residential colleges, UWA alumni, and more.


Professor Anu Rammohan

Director of International Engagement, Business School

Anu Rammohan is Professor of Economics and the Director of International at the UWA Business School. She is the Senior Fellow for the Australia Indonesia Centre at UWA.

Her research expertise is in development economics, health economics and agricultural economics. The focus of her research has been on understanding household-level socio-economic factors that can influence maternal and child health outcomes, gender and food security issues in South and South East Asia, particularly in India, Indonesia and Myanmar.

Her research has been published internationally, and she has received research funding through competitive research grants from the Australian Research Council, DFAT, Australian Council of International Agriculture Research and the Australia India Institute.

Anu currently serves as a member of the Australian Research Council's College of Experts and is on the editorial board of the Economic Record.

Professor Anu Rammohan portrait image

Professor Mark Reynolds

Head of School, School of Physics, Mathematics and Computing

Professor Reynolds grew up in Perth, and studied Mathematics at UWA. He is internationally recognised for work on temporal and related logics in computer science with applications to ensuring correct behaviour of complex dynamic hardware and software systems.

He is an author of one of the most cited large research monographs in the area of temporal logic for computer science and published over 100 papers in international journals and conferences. Some of his most recent work develops temporal reasoning for AI in optimisation, machine learning and prediction.

He has received research grant funding from the UK EPSRC, the Australian ARC research council, industry and WA state government departments for projects in these areas.

Current large projects are funded by Main Roads WA, the iMove CRC, Austal shipping, and an ARC ITTC in Transforming Maintenance through Data Science.

Professor Reynolds also regularly serves on programme committees of international conferences and is on the editorial board of several leading journals in the area.

Professor Mark Reynolds

Professor Amanda Davies

Head of School, School of Social Sciences

Professor Amanda Davies is a social scientist with expertise in demography, population geography and rural and regional development. She is one of Australia's leading public commentators on population and demographic issues.

Professor Davies is the Head of UWA’s School of Social Science, overseeing 3 bachelors programs, 12 undergraduate majors and 7 masters programs. She also oversees an extensive research program for the social sciences at UWA, which is closely linked to community and industry partners and provides opportunities for undergraduate and postgraduate student engagement.

Professor Amanda Davies

UWA College

At UWA College we know everyone’s path is different, which is why we provide a range of options to help kick-start your studies at The University of Western Australia (UWA).

Located at the heart of UWA’s Perth campus, UWA College pathway programs help students adjust to life in Perth and learn the necessary skills to succeed at UWA, and in your chosen career.

Female student with bike posing at UWA College

Trinity Residential College

At Trinity Residential College we offer a one-of-a-kind tertiary student accommodation experience in Perth, Western Australia.

Our residents enjoy affordable all-inclusive fees, the convenience of living on campus at the University of Western Australia, as well as becoming part of diverse, fun and global student community.

Two students reading books at Trinity Residential College

Why register for Open Day?

5-star rating for teaching quality (Good Universities Guide 2021)

UWA is in the same time zone as 60% of the world’s population (+/- 2 hours)

in the world (QS World University Ranking 2023)

4,500+ industry partnerships offering you a head start in your career


Group of Eight member (Australia's best research-intensive universities)


Study in one of the world's most liveable cities (Economist Intelligence Unit)


9 subjects ranked in the world’s top 50 (QS World University Rankings by Subject 2023)


Make connections with more than 160 clubs and societies


Explore our vibrant campus

Our vibrant Perth campus is located just minutes from Perth’s city centre and on the picturesque banks of the Swan River. Take yourself on a 360-campus tour to explore aerial views of our expansive grounds, innovative facilities and top locations to visit.

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UWA Winthrop Hall view from the air

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