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  1. Differences between undergraduate and postgraduate study The first studies undertaken at university are generally referred to as undergraduate studies, designed to introduce students to the knowledge base within a specific discipline. A Bachelor's degree... Date Updated: 12/08/2019
  2. Grade Point Average explained At UWA your grade point average (GPA) is a simple numerical index which summarises academic performance in a course. Your GPA is reported on your Statement of Academic Record and can be found on... Date Updated: 01/08/2019
  3. Weighted Average Mark explained Your WAM, or Weighted Average Mark, is a numerical value, which is calculated based on the mark you have received in each unit. It is the average mark you achieve across the units you have completed... Date Updated: 01/08/2019
  4. Credit points explained The University assigns a credit point value to each unit of study. A unit is normally worth six points (with some exceptions). A six point unit normally represents approximately 150 hours... Date Updated: 07/10/2019
  5. UWA Undergraduate Scholarships Updated About the scholarship If you are a commencing student going into an undergraduate course, UWA have scholarships that may support your studies. Select the area of study that best suits your study area... Date Updated: 13/12/2019
  6. UWA Postgraduate Scholarships Updated About the scholarship If you are considering Postgraduate studies, UWA have scholarships that may support your studies. Select the area of study that best suits your study area below to view the... Date Updated: 13/12/2019
  7. Christmas holidays at UWA The University officially closes for the festive season from  12 noon on Friday 20th December 2019 and will reopen on Monday 6th January 2020. If you have any questions during this... Date Updated: 04/09/2019
  8. Semester starting dates If you are a commencing student at UWA, the academic year is normally divided into two semesters. Semester 1 runs from late February to the end of May. Semester 2 from July to October... Date Updated: 05/09/2019
  9. Undergraduate - UWA Hackett Scholarship About the scholarship Application status:   automatically awarded (no application required) for commencement in 2020 Applicable study:    To assist and encourage eligible Year 12 WACE... Date Updated: 02/07/2019
  10. Scanned document requirements when applying for a course online When you are applying for a course online as a new applicant, you will be asked to provide electronic copies of documents. These guidelines also apply to current students applying for advanced... Date Updated: 30/07/2019