Documents needed for application (Australian domestic students)

What documents do I need to submit along with my application as an Australian domestic student?

For undergraduate entry: all qualifications noted on your application, and any change of name, must be supported by documentary proof.

For first-semester entry through the Tertiary Institutions Service Centre (TISC), TISC can obtain some of this proof electronically, but not all of it.

If you need to provide any documentation, your TISC application cover-sheet (which will be produced towards the end of your online application) will tell you.

If TISC is unsuccessful in obtaining your results electronically, they will contact you by e-mail once your application has been processed and request the documentary evidence from you.

Please read the TISC guide information carefully. It explains what documents may be required and how to make sure they are submitted successfully.

For second semester entry, applications made direct to the University will require original or appropriately certified copies of all academic transcripts, proof of citizenship/permanent residency and proof of English Language Competence. You will need to upload transcripts of any qualifications obtained outside UWA or completed WA High school results, as well as proof of citizenship/permanent residency and proof of English Language Competence for the purpose of assessing your application  You will be asked to provide original or certified copies of these documents to complete your enrolment.

For postgraduate entry: Original or appropriately certified copies of all academic transcripts, proof of citizenship/permanent residency and proof of English Language Competence should be provided with hard copy applications. If you are applying online, you will need to upload transcripts of any qualifications obtained outside UWA, as well as proof of citizenship/permanent residency and proof of English Language Competence. You will be asked to provide original or certified copies of these, if required. Contact the relevant faculty if you require more information.

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