School of Indigenous Studies

ATAR Revision Courses


Further Information


Ms Heidi Madden

Senior Project Officer
School of Indigenous Studies
Phone 6488 4603
Email: [email protected]

DATES: 11 - 16 July 2021




Students prepare for WACE exams with support from the School of Indigenous Studies

The School of Indigenous Studies sponsors Indigenous students in Years 11 and 12 who are studying WACE subjects with the aim of gaining an ATAR score for entry to UWA to attend ATAR Revision courses.

ATAR Revision assists students to increase their subject knowledge and learn valuable study skills and exam preparation techniques.

Year 11 and 12 students who are studying subjects with a view to gain an ATAR and intend to study at UWA, may be eligible for sponsorship. Students are required to enrol in 3 subjects for ATAR Revision (July) and priority will be given to Year 12 students.

Students may be sponsored for one or more revision courses held in April, July and October each year.

April and October ATAR Revision Courses:

As the School of Indigenous Studies cannot provide accommodation for the courses run during the April and October school holidays, attendance at these courses is primarily aimed at students from the metropolitan area or country students who are boarding in Perth and have accommodation during the holidays. Sponsorship is available for enrolment fess only for the courses held in April and October.

July ATAR Revision Courses:

The July Revision classes are open to Indigenous students in Year 11 and 12 from all over WA who are studying at least 4 subjects to gain an ATAR. Country students are encouraged to apply and all students are expected to live at one of the UWA?s residential colleges for this period to gain the benefit of the university experience.

Eligibility for July residential program:
  • Studying 4 subjects to gain an ATAR.
  • Enrol with private providers, nominated by the School of Indigenous Studies, UWA.
  • Stay in residential accommodation provided by UWA.
  • Participate in evening information sessions and activities.
  • Intend to nominate UWA as first preference on TISC.
The sponsorship for the July residential program includes:
  • Revision course fees
  • Accommodation, travel and meals (country and metro students)
  • Supervision during the week
  • Pick up and drop off from airport, train and bus stations
  • An information evening about applications for university, courses at UWA and careers by the School of Indigenous Studies
  • Informal workshop with current UWA Indigenous students and graduates regarding courses and university experience
  • Leadership Dinner.
The closing date for the July program is Friday 28 May, 2021. Late applications may be considered.