Pathways to Dreaming Online

Acknowledgement of Country

With respect for Aboriginal cultural protocol and out of recognition that its campuses occupy their traditional lands, Western Sydney University acknowledges the Darug, Eora, Dharawal (also referred to as Tharawal) and Wiradjuri peoples and thanks them for their support of its work in their lands (Greater Western Sydney and beyond).

Welcome to Pathways to Dreaming

The Pathways to Dreaming team have developed a suite of resources including recorded webinar sessions and associated workbooks for the use of students involved in the Pathways to Dreaming program. We hope you find these resources useful. 

What is Pathways to Dreaming?

Indigenous Education is a key priority of Western Sydney University. Working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Elders and educators, teachers, parents, families and students, we aim to support you to choose the path that’s right for you. We provide information and advice on all the opportunities going to University holds in store.

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.

Upcoming Pathways To Dreaming Events

Drop-in to a Pathways To Dreaming Senior Student session to talk through your post school options and have any of your questions answered.

2023 Dates will be added to the hub soon!

Pull up a chair and have a yarn with the Pathways To Dreaming team.

The Online Yarning sessions, delivered via Zoom are driven by student participation. Students have the opportunity to ask questions and find out about Western Sydney University, pathways to study, current student perspectives, courses, options post high school and any other information they may be looking for.

2023 Dates will be added to the hub soon!

Advice for Senior Students

Pathways To Dreaming Scholarship

The Pathways To dreaming Scholarship is available to Aboriginal & Torres Strait islander students who have been actively involved in Pathways To program whilst at high school. The scholarship is available for any undergraduate degree at Western Sydney University which may include honours, the scholarship is valued at $5,000 AU per year for up to four years. Applicants must demonstrate a minimum ATAR of 75 or equivalent through the Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Alternative Entry program. Successful applicants will be chosen based on their written application, academic potential and the degree to which they meet the criteria.

Western Scholarships

Visit the Western Scholarships page to find out more about the range of scholarships on offer. We also have a great resource to assist with checking your criteria and eligibility to apply. Students can use the Find a Scholarship Selection Tool to find the best scholarships for you.

Webinars for Senior Student

The Pathways To Dreaming Senior Student Webinar series

The webinar series covers a range of key information to assist senior high schools students in making informed decisions about higher education.

For students, teachers and parents interested in learning further information on Scholarships available at Western and how to apply, there are series of videos available to view.

Discover Western Webinars

The Discover Western Webinar Series features live and on-demand webinars throughout the year. The series provides prospective students with information about university life, pathways to Western and future careers.

Pathways To Dreaming Senior Student Webinars

Contact Pathways to Dreaming

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