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Virtual Live University Presentation

Published March 21, 2022 · Academic
Our students in the secondary have been jumping on board to make use of the various Western Australian universities, moving to live virtual presentations, about various undergraduate courses being offered. These presentations have covered the process and procedure in applying for entrance, a typical university timetable, scholarships, clubs and facilities available to the students along with many other sports and recreational activities.
Additional brochures are available from the magazine racks between Rooms M1 and M2 for students to access.
We would like to thank Curtin, Edith Cowan and Notre Dame universities for their presentations. Our final presentation this term will be by The University of Western Australia on March 23, at 12.50pm. Your daughter/s should connect via the email link available to all Years 9 to 12 students.
Please feel free to contact Almond Margherita on the above if you have any queries via email at
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