The School of Indigenous Studies (M303)
The University of Western Australia
35 Stirling Hwy
Western Australia 6009
Telephone (+61 8) 6488 2467
Fax (+61 8) 6488 1100
While studying at UWA, there are many opportunities for Indigenous students to become involved in university life, e.g by living at one of the residential colleges, participating in interfaculty sport, and joining sporting and social clubs. The School of Indigenous Studies encourages students to take up the opportunity of invaluable work experience through internships, clerkships with law firms and land councils, cadetships and vacation employment. Our students also take up opportunities to attend and actively participate in a range of conferences.
Many students choose to live in one of the five residential colleges while they study at UWA.
Indigenous students also have opportunity to represent the School of Indigenous Studies/ CAMDH and UWA at conferences in WA, interstate and overseas.
Students are able to gain real-world experience by undertaking paid and unpaid work experience relevant to their degree while they study.
Students can complete a placement or practice unit that is credited towards their degree.