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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: 12/03/2018
  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 published under... Date Updated: 04/04/2018
  3. UWA parking during the vacation period With the exception of Carpark 31 (Nedlands site) and Carpark 37, during the University vacations YELLOW student permit areas are available for parking free of charge to non parking permit... Date Updated: 10/05/2018
  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: 08/05/2018
  5. Semester starting dates If you are a commencing undergraduate student at UWA, the academic year is divided into two semesters, with classes running roughly from February to May, and then from July to October. The exact... Date Updated: 01/08/2017
  6. Scanned document requirements when applying for a course online When you are applying for a course online, you will be asked to upload scanned documents. The University of Western Australia requires scanned original documents to be provided during the admission... Date Updated: 17/04/2018
  7. Entry requirements for medicine or dentistry (Australian domestic students) STANDARD ENTRY Doctor of Medicine (MD) 1. Study any of our  five bachelor's degrees with your choice of major(s). Admission requirements: a minimum ATAR of 80 or equivalent [The ... Date Updated: 09/08/2017
  8. Difference between General English and English for Academic Purposes General English aims to achieve a high standard of everyday English communication skills. It covers the four main skills of: Reading Writing Listening and Speaking English for Academic Purposes is... Date Updated: 07/06/2018
  9. Tuition fees for international students International Postgraduate and Undergraduate course fees can be found on the  Fee Calculator . Information on any other incidental fees applicable to study at the University of... Date Updated: 01/11/2017
  10. Applying for postgraduate coursework studies (Domestic) You can apply for all postgraduate coursework studies online. Our  Postgraduate website for future students contains detailed information about the course, entrance requirements and... Date Updated: 18/09/2017