The Law School Office can help with any questions about your course of study.
For course advice, contact the Law School Office. Call (+61 8) 6488 2945 to arrange an appointment or visit the Law Student Office. The Law Student Office is located two buildings down from the Law and Law Link buildings.
UWA offers you online access to effectively manage your enrolment. However, we understand enrolment may be a confusing process so our Faculty Administrative Officers are here to help.
Enquiries about the administration or assessment of a particular unit should be directed to the unit co-ordinator.
Questions of an academic nature, such as selection of optional units and overloads, should be directed to the Associate Dean of the Faculty. Appointments to see the Associate Dean can be made at the Law Student Office or telephone (+61 8) 6488 2945.
We have helpful advice online regarding exams and assignments.
Study Smarter includes a range of expert services to help you to improve your study and assignment skills. Advisers can help with all aspects of studying at UWA including assignment writing, exam strategies, efficient reading, research techniques, lectures and note-taking, managing time and study and public speaking.
The Learning, Language and Research Skills (LLRS) team offers drop-in advice daily from 1-2 pm during semester (no appointment needed), a series of survival guides, free workshops and individual consultations. LLRS is located on the 2nd floor of the Guild Village.
Assistance in statistics is available for Postgraduates students by research at the UWA Centre for Applied Statistics.
The Student Services Support Centre offers a range of free services to help you get the most out of your time at UWA.
Counselling services are free to UWA students. Counsellors who work at universities are very familiar with all sorts of issues that are likely to affect people who are trying to manage their lives and the demands of university at the same time.
The Stress Less! site provides useful tips to help you manage the combined pressures of studying and enjoying uni life while meeting your non uni commitments.
Other initiatives aimed at assisting students to learn more about stress prevention and mental health first aid will be offered this year as a joint initiative of the Law School, UWA Health Promotions Unit and the Blackstone Society
A free and confidential service offered by Student Services, for help with Youth Allowance, Austudy, Abstudy, OS_HELP loan, your Centrelink entitlements, University fees advice, etc.