ENROL NOW.

To finalise your enrolment, you'll need to complete a number of steps.

We'll guide you through the process. Let's get started.

GET YOUR STUDENT ID CARD.

Once you've enrolled, you can visit any Student Central to get your student ID card.

FREE DIGITAL TEXTBOOKS.

That's right. Up to $800 worth of digital textbooks for Western students enrolling in first year units in 2017.

This ground-breaking initiative is one of the world's largest provisions of free textbooks for commencing university students and it is exclusive to Western Sydney University.

SCHOLARSHIPS.

Western offers over 100 different scholarships, worth from $2,500 to $25,000 per year. Their criteria are diverse, including financial need and academic performance.

Some are focused by area of study: nursing, medicine, science, engineering, agriculture, accounting and more.

O-WEEK 2017.

O-Week is a week of workshops, tours and sessions to help you get comfortable at uni before classes start.

Meet teaching staff, senior students and other beginning students. Take a library tour, and a campus tour.

PARKING PERMITS.

If you’ll be driving regularly, there’s a range of half-yearly or annual parking permits that may be a better option.

TRAVEL CONCESSIONS.

Concession Opal cards entitle you to reduced-rate travel on trains, buses, ferries and light rail.

They're available to students who meet citizenship, residency and study workload criteria, and to students with disabilities.

ADVANCED STANDING.

Advanced standing gives you credit for previous studies or experience towards your Western Sydney degree. In some cases you can get credit for specific equivalent subjects. In others you can gain 'unspecified' credit points. Applications are individually assessed by academic staff.

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