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Applying to study with us is easy. The subjects you complete in year 11 and 12 determine whether you're an ATAR student or non-ATAR student and this determines the application process you'll need to follow.

You will need to ensure you have met our minimum requirements before you apply. These include, but are not limited to:

  • English competency
  • Satisfying the requirements of the Western Australian Certificate of Education (WACE)
  • Any subject prerequisites for the course you intend to apply for

We haven’t finalised details for 2016 entry just yet, but feel free to check out our 2014 application details, below, to find out what's involved.

Semester 1 2016


If none of the above applies to you, you should consider our Portfolio entry option and apply through the online admission system.


  • 13 - 24 July: Orientation for most courses (refer to the course for more information)
  • 19 July: Open Day at Joondalup Campus
  • 20 July: Portfolio application documents – closing date for receipt
  • 24 July: Honours applications close for Bachelor of Arts (Hons), Bachelor of Communications (Hons) and Bachelor of Creative Industries (Hons)
  • 27 July: Semester 2 starts for most courses (refer to the course for more information)
  • 5 August: Honours applications close for other courses
  • 9 August: Open Day at Mount Lawley Campus
  • 23 August: Open Day at South West Campus (Bunbury)
  • 14-18 September: Research Week
  • 30 October: Semester 2 ends


  • 8 - 19 February: Orientation for most courses commencing in Semester 1 2016 (refer to the course for more information)
  • 22 February: Semester 1 starts for most courses
  • 27 May: Semester 1 ends
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