Information and Dates

Providing teachers and career advisers with a quick guide to course information, pathways into university, scholarships and activities.

Career advisers and teachers can access a range of online resources for information on:

  • Courses
  • Scholarships
  • Application pathways 
  • Our latest event updates.

Important Dates

  • 27 April 2022
    Discover Western Webinar: Medicine
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  • 5 May 2022
    Discover Western Webinar: School staff - HSC True Reward, Pathways & Early Offer Information Session
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  • 14 May 2022
    Mid-Year Information Day
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  • 24 - 25 May 2022
    Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Pathway Program Assessment Days (Mid-Year commencement)
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  • 14 August 2022
    Open Day
  • 18 August 2022
    Discover Western Webinar: Parents - Your Role and How You Can Help Guide Them To University
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  • 24 - 25 August 2022
    Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Pathway Program Assessment Days (2023 commencement)
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  • 13 September 2022
    Discover Western WebinarApplying and Early Offers - Getting An Early Offer and How To Apply to University
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  • 20 September 2022
    Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Future Student Information Evenings: Learn about the different pathways to study, the support services available, scholarships on offer and life on campus
    Find out more.
  • 16 - 17 November 2022
    Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Pathway Program Assessment Days (2023 commencement)
    Find out more

View scholarship information and application dates here

Education Knowledge Network Home School Fact Sheets

Western’s Education Knowledge Network (EKN) have created a series of fact sheets for parents of both primary and secondary aged students in various learning areas. 

The fact sheets have been approached with student well-being as a priority and facilitated by healthy approaches to managing a lockdown and home-learning.

Wellbeing Online Resources

Western’s Work Health Safety and Wellbeing (WHS&W) team have created online resources that include information and tips to help with wellbeing, productivity, physical and mental health.

Western Entry

HSC True Reward

We know HSC can be a stressful time, and sometimes even the best, most prepared students suffer from test stress and exam pressure. That’s why we created our HSC True Reward program. This unique program can offer students at Western, based on your HSC subject results, before you receive your ATAR. After all, we know students are made up of more than just their ATAR score.

The Western Sydney University Advantage

As part of our commitment to creating opportunities for as many students as possible to study at university, we are offering your year 12 students the Western Sydney University Advantage, a program that provides numerous ways to boost results, gain early entry into Western Sydney University degrees and transform the tertiary education learning experience.

The Western Sydney Advantage provides many admission advantages including HSC True Reward and Adjustment Factors (Bonus Points) schemes. 

All students living or studying in the Greater Western Sydney region, who qualify for an ATAR or IB Diploma, will automatically receive five Bonus Points when they apply to do a course at Western Sydney University. Please refer to Regional Bonus Points for more information.

As a way of rewarding outstanding performance in a nominated range of HSC or IB subjects, students may be offered up to 10 Bonus Points for their achievements in those subjects. Students can search by Western Sydney University Course or by HSC Subject to find out what they could be eligible for. Please see Subject Bonus Points for more information.

As an elite athlete-friendly university, Western Sydney University welcomes applications for the Elite Athletes or Performers Scheme. Students who have been disadvantaged by performance at a state or national level are given the opportunity to gain further bonus points. Visit the Elite Athlete and Performer Bonus Scheme webpage to find out more.

Students whose educational performance has been seriously affected by forces beyond their control during Year 11 and/or Year 12, or equivalent, are able to apply for EAS Bonus Points. For further information about EAS, or to obtain a booklet and application form, please contact the Course Information Centre on 1300 897 669.

If you’re a Year 12 student completing your HSC or IB, and you’re applying through UAC, the Schools Recommendation Scheme (SRS) gives you a chance to receive an early offer based on your performance in Year 11 and your school’s recommendation.

We recognise that ADF members have unique skills and may have differences in study, experience, and degrees. To ensure you are recognised for your service, you can receive five bonus points on your application.

For more information, see our Australian Defence Force Scheme.

Contact Schools Engagement