If a student group wants to get a ‘tasting plate’ of the University of Western Australia and UWA CELT, a short-term study tour that combines any or all of the following - academic study, Australian culture and English language - could be just the answer.
International students come to UWA for study tours for a variety of reasons. They may not have travelled outside their country before or ever been to Australia. They may want to experience world-class education in a beautiful setting; or wish to see exotic animals like the kangaroo, koala and quokka up close.
These new experiences are exciting and available with these choices in almost any length of study:
Environment and Nature Study Tour
A general study tour for students from various discipline areas; includes Aboriginal culture, bush walks, kayaking, a botanical tour and local history.
Law Study Tour
Law lectures, field trips to courts, parliament and a heritage prison.
English and Australian Culture Study Tour
Includes field trips to UWA Future Farm, working biodynamic farms, Aboriginal sustainable farming.
Agriculture Study Tour
Includes field trips to UWA Future Farm, working biodynamic farms, Aboriginal sustainable farming
Science Study Tour
Combines Physics, Plant Biology, Human Biology and Biochemistry
English and Aboriginal Experience Study Tour
Ideal for high schools, polytechnics and universities that want to give their students a good English language experience. This memorable study tour includes Australian flora, fauna and food.