School of Design

Course advice

Further information

In Person

Level 1, ALVA Building

UWA Nedlands campus

Corner Clifton St and Stirling Hwy


Telephone

Tel. 6488 2064 or 6488 4649

 

Online

askUWA

 

Our Student Office provides advice on courses, majors and units.

Design and Education Student Office

Located on the Nedlands campus the Student Office can assist with your enrolment and course queries. 

 

Opening Hours

Monday - Friday, 9am - 5pm

We have an open door policy, so you can drop in between these hours. However, making an appointment in advance is advisable to ensure a staff member is available.

Choosing your major

The School of Design offers undergraduate majors in Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Fine Arts and History of Art.

A design major will develop your creative, analytical, communication and design thinking skills, in addition to equipping you with subject specific knowledge. By including design in whichever degree you choose to study, you will add to your skill base and open up an exciting new range of career options. You can choose to study:

Choosing your units

Explore the units available for your chosen degree course or major, along with the course or major structure and rules by using the online university handbook.

Bachelor of Arts Honours:

Postgraduate courses:

Visit the Design and Education Office for assistance with you course, study plan or enrolment.

Enrolment Guides

Download one of the following handy enrolment guides.

Undergraduate

Postgraduate

Students admitted to these courses without the relevant undergraduate major(s), will be required to undertake conversion units, lengthening the duration of the degree. The exact admission credit and conversion units required is normally determined at application stage, on a case by case basis. Those with entirely unrelated academic backgrounds will need to complete the maximum conversion units, as outlined in these enrolment guides:

Articulation Students

Students entering the Bachelor of Arts with majors in Architecture or Landscape Architecture through an approved articulation agreement may be eligible for some advanced standing credit. Enrolment guides for some common articulation partners can be found below.