UWA Visit

Today a group of Year 10 Students from St Stephen’s  were fortunate enough to spend the day chatting with top researchers from UWA about their careers and opportunities in the Sciences. Hearing so many stories from young science researchers creating new knowledge and understanding for the human race is an inspiration to us all.

The students were amazed at the incredible variety of science fields that are available and that these are open to students that have a passion to make a difference in the world and that the years ahead are in fact a very exciting and interesting time. And our young people will be at the forefront of this.

Charles Biddle

Head of Learning Area Science

 

 

 

Year 12 ATAR Visit

The Year 12 ATAR Biology students from Duncraig visited UWA and the Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Science this term. They investigated nanotechnology learning how it can make cancer cells self-destruct, forensic anthropology to produce evidence that could be used in court and used biotechnology to identify disease. It was an amazing two days that gave students insight into the real application of their course to improve society.

Nicola Ross

Teacher Science

MODERN SCIENCE

Year 12 ATAR Biology students recently visited UWA to discover the application of nanotechnology in modern day science and to investigate forensic anthropology. Students learned about how to make cancer self-destruct by inserting Nano gold into cancer cells and how fossils can be used to confirm the age, gender and race of people. Wow!

UWA Course Information Evenings

Year 10 – 11 Course Information Evenings
Giving students a head-start on making their Year 10/11 experiences a positive one.
Date: 19 March 2018

Year 12 Course Information Evening
Advice on UWA courses, admission requirements and key dates for 2018.
Date: 19 March 2018

Year 10 – Individual Advisory Sessions
School holiday sessions designed to help students answer questions about future study.
Date: 17-19 April 2018

 

Sarah Cooke

Careers Advisor

 

UWA Health Campus Open Day

 

Any students interested in studying healthcare or pursuing a career in the fast-growing and in-demand health industry, UWA is holding a Health Campus Open Day on Sunday 8 April.

Those attending will be able to meet staff and current students from the Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences and discover courses available in areas like medicine, biomedical engineering, sports science and pharmacology. The full program is available through the link below.

UWA Health Campus Open Day

Sarah Cooke

Careers Advisor

 

 

Career Information for Y10 – 12s

 

1.     Interested in studying at UWA?

5 March 9am – UWA Campus Tour

Start your pursuit with a UWA campus tour.

Current UWA students will take you on a tour of our campus giving you an insight into what it’s like to be a student at UWA.

All future students and their families are welcome.

10-11am light morning tea and chat with Future Register HERE

 

 

2.     Anyone interested in Creative Industries?

28 March – Murdoch Creative Industries Careers Evening

Courses you’ll learn about:

  • English & Creative Writing
  • Global Media & Communication
  • Games Art & Design
  • Graphic Design
  • Journalism
  • Photography
  • Screen Production
  • Sound
  • Strategic Communication
  • Theatre & Drama

Register HERE.

 

Sarah Cooke

Careers Advisor

Year 12 Course Information Evening

Make the most of your WACE results and reach your goals

For many Year 12 students and their parents, applying for university can be a daunting process.

Our free information sessions provide advice on UWA courses, admission requirements and flag key dates for 2018. Our Future Students team will be available to answer your questions after the presentation.

The Faculty Expo is an excellent opportunity to talk directly to Faculty-specialists about your specific interest areas.

Year 12 Course Info Evening

Sarah Cooke

Careers Advisor

 

Year 10 & Year 11 Course Information Evening

Making high school less stressful for everyone

Our free information sessions gives you a head-start on making your Year 10 or 11 experience a positive one… even if you’re not sure if university’s the right pathway for your future goals.

Find out more about:

  • UWA’s courses and entry requirements;
  • Maximising your ATAR
  • How to keep your options open when selecting your upper-school subjects; and
  • On-campus activities and events we offer for Year 10 and 11 students.

You can also talk directly to Faculty-specialists about your specific interest areas.

UWA Year 10 & Year 11 Info Evening

Sarah Cooke

Careers Advisor