Student support

Student support summary

Your welfare is as important to us as your academic success

Having supported thousands of students on their journey to UWA over the years, we understand the needs of international students.

We help you adapt to life in a new country by surrounding you with a network of support, including a Student Welfare Officer who can advise you on academic, career, health and wellbeing matters.

Academic Support Coordinator

You’ll find our Academic Support Coordinator on site each day to help you with any areas of study.

Tutorials

Free tutorials are scheduled daily for each subject. This is your time to speak to your teachers one-to-one, or in a small group.

Technologically advanced classrooms

Interactive whiteboards, fitted in most classrooms, enhance your learning experience.

Online learning

Study Smart gives you access to web-based learning activities and course materials designed specifically for your needs. You will also be able to interact and share information with your fellow classmates and track your results throughout the term.

Online study guides

Study Guides take you through the content of your course, providing details of the curriculum, assessment tasks and supplementary course materials.

Student services

Our Student Support Centre staff can help you with any welfare and social issues, giving you the space to concentrate on your studies, and enjoy a fantastic student life. 

Supporting under 18s

If you’re under 18 you’ll be assigned to a Caregiver. Caregivers liaise with the school and your parents, reporting on your academic progress and any other relevant matters.

Counselling

Personal counselling services are provided to help you with academic or health issues.

24-hour contact

We’ll give you emergency contact details so you can get in touch with our staff 24 hours a day.

Health

We have a fully trained First Aid Officer and a sick room available, should you need them.


The syllabus coursework was curated meticulously to hone and nurture our critical thinking skills, independent learning skills, teamwork and public speaking abilities.

Farhan from Singapore UWAFP graduate, now studying a Bachelor of Arts degree