Western Sydney University currently has over 600 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students, and is located in the midst of the largest Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander population in Australia.
This unique placement has ensured that the University strives to offer a range of education programs and services to support Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students, in both accessing education via various opportunities and pathways, and supporting them through their studies.
You will find further information below, from applying to the University, to various programs and support offered.
If you would like further information, or to chat to someone about coming here to Western Sydney University, please call our designated Badanami helpline on 1800 032 923.
Making the journey from school to university can seem like an enormous challenge, however a new initiative has been developed to support you through your decision to seek tertiary education. Prime Minister Tony Abbott has endorsed the initiative, which provides information and resources designed to help you on your journey. Find out more on the Make your Mark (opens in a new window) website, and start your journey today.