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3 CONTENTS Why Study Policing and Criminology at UWS? 4 Degrees of Success The Academy 6 Bachelor of Applied Leadership and Critical Thinking 7 Bachelor of Policing (Leadership Program) 8 Bachelor of Policing 9 Bachelor of Criminal and Community Justice 10 Bachelor of Criminology 11 Bachelor of Social Science (Criminology and Criminal Justice) 12 Double Degrees Bachelor of Social Science/Bachelor of Applied Leadership and Critical Thinking 13 Bachelor of Criminal and Community Justice/Bachelor of Social Work 13 Bachelor of Social Science (Criminology and Criminal Justice)/ Bachelor of Laws 13 Bachelor of Criminal and Community Justice/Bachelor of Laws 13 Bachelor of Criminology/Bachelor of Laws 13 Applicant checklist 14 Providing Support through Scholarships POLICING AND CRIMINOLOGY
4 WHY STUDY POLICING AND CRIMINOLOGY AT UWS? DISTINCTIVE, HIGH- IMPACT PROGRAMS UWS offers leading criminal justice and policing programs. We offer the only metropolitan Sydney-based policing degree with a unique blend of professional recognition, regular consultation with the NSW Police Force recruiters, broad unit choices and scholarships. The School of Social Sciences and Psychology at UWS has the largest group of core criminology staff in NSW. CHALLENGE YOURSELF For a rewarding career in criminology, criminal justice or policing you need the confidence and competence that come with a first-class education. A UWS Policing and Criminology degree combines theory and real-world practical experience. Many UWS Criminology students have undertaken an arranged semester of international criminology study in the UK, France or Eastern Europe, providing them with an invaluable learning experience. CONTEMPORARY CURRICULUM AND EXCELLENCE IN TEACHING UWS staff bring a combination of disciplinary and professional expertise that ensures teaching engages with, and is informed by, contemporary debates and the latest developments in the field. Our lecturers come with a vast amount of research experience in such fields as hate crime, violent crime, youth crime, drugs and drinking, domestic violence, sexual violence, crime and masculinities, social theory and critical ethnography. DO YOU WANT TO GO TO UNIVERSITY IN 2015? MAKE IT EASIER WITH THE UWS ADVANTAGE. Applying to study at university can be a big decision. At UWS we d like to make that decision easier by providing you with a number of entry advantages, including up to 10 Bonus Points. The UWS Advantage can help you get into the course of your choice and achieve your higher education goals. Early Offer Program Regional Bonus Points Subject Bonus Points Apple ipad Initiative Educational Access Scheme (EAS) Elite Athlete and Performer Bonus Scheme 4 UWS Policing and Criminology 2015 Go to uws.edu.au/uwsadvantage for more details.
5 MAKE A DIFFERENCE A career in policing, criminology and criminal justice is your opportunity to make a difference to Australia s future. UWS offers Bachelor degree programs that focus on practical outcomes, recognising that successful graduates are those who are also given the opportunity to immerse themselves in the practical applications of what they have been taught. If your mind is thirsty for more after the Bachelor degree, then the Honours degree program will really refine your knowledge in a 12-month extension. SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES UWS offers a range of scholarships with many differing criteria. They reflect our strong commitment to academic excellence and opportunity for Greater Western Sydney students. Our scholarships support students who have diverse interests and skills, and who can and do make an active contribution to the community. BLENDED LEARNING ENVIRONMENT Units are delivered in an innovative, flexible and easy-to-study blended learning mode by a dynamic group of lecturers with vast criminal justice and policing experience. Criminology and criminal justice and the Bachelor of Policing degree are offered on our well-resourced Bankstown and Penrith campuses. APPLE IPAD INITIATIVE We understand that technology is vital in today s world and that is why, in 2015, UWS will provide all new commencing undergraduate students* with an Apple ipad which will enable them to engage in learning anytime, anywhere. (*terms and conditions apply).
6 THE ACADEMY AT THE UNIVERSITY OF WESTERN SYDNEY THE ACADEMY Students enrolled in an Advanced Degree at UWS also automatically join The Academy. This program sets UWS apart as a cuttingedge institution and provides talented students with unprecedented skills through a premium academic experience, personal academic mentoring, hands-on industry exposure, networking opportunities and engagement with our various communities. Students of The Academy will participate in exclusive workshops and events, collaborate on projects and initiatives and have support to bring their ideas to life. The students in The Academy will have experiences that will help change their world and shape the future. Explore the opportunities available at theacademy.edu.au THINK INSIDE THE A
7 BACHELOR OF APPLIED LEADERSHIP AND CRITICAL THINKING The University of Western Sydney will offer a Bachelor of Applied Leadership and Critical Thinking in UWS Summer. This unique degree can be taken in combination with a crosssection of Bachelor degrees, including Social Science. The Bachelor of Applied Leadership and Critical Thinking combines a cross-section of courses with a focus on high-level critical thinking and innovative problem-solving practices. The degree prepares students for challenges and opportunities yet to be imagined, and provides cross-disciplinary practical experience and ethical leadership based on building relationships. The course is designed for today s leaders who are looking to build a better tomorrow. COURSE UAC CODE LOCATION DURATION ATAR B Social Science/B Applied Leadership and Critical Thinking Key: B = Bachelor of; F = Full-time; P = Part-time; nc= New Course. Note: Part-time refers to study load, not to timetabling of evening classes. *Part-time applies only to the Applied Leadership and Critical Thinking degree. Note: The Bachelor of Applied Leadership and Critical Thinking is not a stand-alone degree. It can only be taken in combination with an existing Bachelor degree. Students enrolled in a degree linked with the Bachelor of Applied Leadership and Critical Thinking will gain entry into The Academy. A minimum ATAR of is required for the double degree. For more detailed information about the course structure and units, visit uws.edu.au/courses Parramatta 4F/7P* nc MARINA IBRAHIM Bachelor of Policing UWS is the most down-to-earth university in NSW. Not only does it have a number of campuses in Greater Western Sydney for convenience but it is also the simplest and most laid back to be a part of. UWS never fails to support students coming from different and/or disadvantaged backgrounds and is always willing to accommodate all types of students. The Bachelor of Policing allowed me the excitement that I enjoy but still within the politics and criminal justice field that I am extremely passionate about. It is also a well-structured course that is developed in partnership with the NSW Police Force, thus leading me to the career and future I want myfuture.uws.edu.au 7
8 BACHELOR OF POLICING (LEADERSHIP PROGRAM) COURSE UAC CODE LOCATION DURATION ATAR B Policing (Leadership Program) Penrith 3F/6P nc Bankstown 3F/6P nc Key: B = Bachelor of; F = Full-time; P = Part-time. Note: Part-time refers to study load, not to timetabling of evening classes. KELLY MOYLAN Bachelor of Policing (Honours) Don t be worried if you do not get the grades you need at high school. UWS offers a number of pathways to help you get to uni, such as the Foundation Studies program and diploma programs offered by UWSCollege. In my experience the university lecturers and tutors were welcoming and encouraging. Policing is a great degree that provides many opportunities for other forms of employment. If you don t want to join the Police Force, you can consider employment with other services such as corrections, customs, the RMS, juvenile justice, and a wide range of other government and non-government departments. Are you a natural leader keen to make a difference in the area of law enforcement and policing? This advanced coursework program will equip you with superior skills and knowledge to become a leader in the NSW Police Force, or other policing or related organisation. You will study social science and criminology units, and a range of specialist policing units to give you an understanding of the role of police in society. The curriculum recognises the complexities and challenges of contemporary policing and explores the application of policing practice to a changing Australian society. Course content traces the history of policing and its relationship to societies being policed. Students seeking a career with the NSW Police Force, national intelligence agencies, customs, juvenile justice, corrections or other state and federal police agencies will be required by those agencies to satisfy their entrance requirements. An ATAR of at least is required and students are expected to maintain a Grade Point Average (GPA) of 5.0 throughout their studies. 8 UWS Policing and Criminology 2015
9 BACHELOR OF POLICING The UWS Policing degree gives you an advanced knowledge of modern policing theory and practice. You will also develop an appreciation of the diverse nature of Australian society, analytical and problemsolving skills, and a client focused approach to serving the community. Whether you plan to join the NSW Police Force, or you are after a career in other law enforcement or justice agencies, the UWS Policing degree is the ideal choice. The course has been developed in collaboration with the NSW Police Force and is based on real-life, practical experience. It will provide you with essential knowledge and skills in policing theory and practice to equip you for a career with the NSW Police Force and other policing agencies. If you are planning to join the NSW Police Force, your third year of study will be completed at the Goulburn NSW Police Academy. Professional Suitability assessment occurs during the first and second years of study (this assessment is not a requirement for entry into the degree). You must also satisfy the Professional Suitability criteria before any offer of police employment is made. Online Application forms for Professional Suitability are available at: download_professional_suitability_ application/professional_ suitability_application_forms COURSE UAC CODE LOCATION DURATION ATAR B Policing Bankstown 3F/6P* Penrith 3F/6P* Key: B = Bachelor of; F = Full-time; P = Part-Time. Note: Part-time refers to study load, not to timetabling of evening classes. * Dependent on course commencement times for the NSW Goulburn Police Academy. Please note: Students are not guaranteed entry into the NSW Police Force or Charles Sturt University. INFORMATION FOR STUDENTS NOT INTENDING TO JOIN THE NSW POLICE FORCE After completion of the second year of studies, those students not intending to join the NSW Police Force or who do not satisfy the NSW Police Force Professional Suitability assessment criteria will transfer into the Bachelor of Policing Studies. If you plan to pursue a career in a law enforcement agency other than the NSW Police Force, or for whatever reason are unable to join the NSW Police Force, you will do your third year on-campus at UWS. Other agencies include national intelligence agencies, border protection authorities, juvenile justice, corrections, corporate sector crime prevention, and fraud control and investigations. CORE UNITS AND ELECTIVES To graduate with a Bachelor of Policing, you will be required to complete 16 units and complete your third year at the Goulburn NSW Police Academy. The core units you may study in this degree include: Introduction to Crime and Criminal Justice; Theories and Concepts of Policing; People, Place and Social Difference; Evidence, Investigations and Police Intelligence; Legislation, Courts and Policing; and Contemporary Policing. There are two electives within the Bachelor of Policing. Electives can be chosen from other courses offered by the University of Western Sydney. For detailed information about the course structure and units, visit myfuture.uws.edu.au PROFESSIONAL RECOGNITION This course has been developed in collaboration with the NSW Police Force. Applicants are advised to contact the NSW Police Recruitment Branch for more information on standards criteria. INDIGENOUS AUSTRALIAN STUDIES Enrolment in the Indigenous Australian Studies (IAS) major, sub-major or units is available to all UWS undergraduate students who have open electives. Find out more at studyias.com.au CAREER OPPORTUNITIES With its focus on problem-solving and analytical skills, the Policing degree opens doors into the NSW Police Force, the Australian Federal Police, numerous other law enforcement agencies and an array of alternative careers. You may pursue roles in: criminal investigation prosecutions youth liaison crime prevention accident investigation traffic management education and training human resource management national intelligence agencies juvenile justice corrections probation and parole myfuture.uws.edu.au 9
10 BACHELOR OF CRIMINAL AND COMMUNITY JUSTICE The Bachelor of Criminal and Community Justice degree is designed for current employees within Corrective Services and other similar professions, as well as students external to the industry who wish to pursue a career in corrections, probation and/or parole (Community Corrections). The degree has been designed in collaboration with Brush Farm, the training academy of Corrective Services NSW. The degree draws upon disciplinary areas such as Criminal Justice, Criminology, Psychology, Social Work and Welfare in order to provide a theoretical framework for those who work with offenders. This degree is a specialised degree that targets a range of central themes and issues, that are paramount for those who work with victims and also offenders, both in terms of their treatment and management. These issues include rehabilitation, through-care and resettlement. As well as providing a theoretical framework, the program will equip those who complete the degree with the knowledge and skills to develop and evaluate practice with a view to enhancing work with offenders and victims. The Bachelor of Criminal and Community Justice can be described as an applied degree insofar as the teaching within the program will link theory to practice. COURSE UAC CODE LOCATION DURATION ATAR B Criminal and Community Justice Key: B = Bachelor of; F = Full-time; P = Part-time. Note: Part-time refers to study load, not to timetabling of evening classes. It is important to note that this degree does not guarantee direct employment into Corrective Services or related fields. Some academics who teach in the program have had first-hand experience working directly with offenders and victims in a variety of settings, including prisons, courts and a community setting. This is reflected in some of the specialised units, which feature in this applied degree, including Assessment and Treatment of Offenders and Managing Offenders in the Community: Through-care and Resettlement. PROFESSIONAL RECOGNITION This degree was designed in consultation with Brush Farm Academy, the training department of Corrective Services NSW. FURTHER STUDIES An additional Honours year is available to high-achieving students. The application and proposal need to be provided to the relevant academic in the final year of your Bachelor degree. Information about Honours options will be provided to you as you progress through your Bachelor degree, or you can find out more at myfuture.uws.edu.au/honours Bankstown 3F/6P Penrith 3F/6P CORE UNITS AND ELECTIVES To graduate with a Bachelor of Criminal and Community Justice you will be required to complete 24 units. The core units you will study in this degree include: Assessment and Treatment of Offenders, Managing Offenders in the Community: Through-care and Resettlement. Elective units can be chosen from a variety of disciplines such as Sociology, Psychology, Policing and other fields. For more detailed information about course structure and units visit myfuture.uws.edu.au CAREER OPPORTUNITIES This degree is designed for those currently working in, or those wanting to pursue a career in, corrective services and related practices such as juvenile justice and probation (Community Corrections). The degree can also lead to further study at honours and postgraduate level, which will specifically focus on criminal justice administration and practice in order to support the work of the Criminal Justice System and wider academic areas. 10 UWS Policing and Criminology 2015
11 BACHELOR OF CRIMINOLOGY The Bachelor of Criminology degree offers students the opportunity to study criminology, crime and criminal justice in a critical and applied way. COURSE UAC CODE LOCATION DURATION ATAR B Criminology Key: B = Bachelor of; F = Full-time; P = Part-time. Note: Part-time refers to study load, not to timetabling of evening classes Bankstown 3F/6P Penrith 3F/6P The method of study stresses the legal, social and cultural definitions of criminality and the reactions to these. Areas of focus include: criminal justice institutions and practices; the development of criminology as a discipline; forms and patterns of victimisation; crime prevention strategies and debates; aspects of juvenile justice; offending, prisons and different forms of punishment; law enforcement and surveillance; violence, gender and crime; restorative and international criminal justice; cultural depictions of crime and contemporary debates in criminology. The degree equips all students with the specialist skills and knowledge that a new graduate needs on entering the professional workforce or on proceeding to advanced university study. Students may also complete a submajor in another social science. These sub-majors include: Child and Community Studies; Geography and Urban Studies; Heritage and Tourism; Peace and Development Studies; Psychological Studies; and Sociology. FURTHER STUDIES An additional Honours year is available to high-achieving students. The application and proposal need to be provided to the relevant academic in the final year of your Bachelor degree. Information about Honours options will be provided to you as you progress through your Bachelor degree, or you can find out more at myfuture.uws.edu.au/honours CORE UNITS AND ELECTIVES To graduate with a Bachelor of Criminology you will be required to complete 24 units. One of the core units you may study in this degree is Perspectives of Criminology. Elective units can be chosen from a variety of disciplines such as Social Science, Sociology, Psychology, Policing and other fields. For detailed information about the course structure and units, visit myfuture.uws.edu.au CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Nationally and internationally, criminology has become one of the most important areas of social science and there is a broad range of employment and research opportunities in the field. As a graduate of the UWS Bachelor of Criminology, your future offers some very rewarding career prospects. Graduates typically find employment in areas such as: crime research and analysis criminal justice system crime prevention law enforcement policy-making community agencies university research and teaching myfuture.uws.edu.au 11
12 BACHELOR OF SOCIAL SCIENCE (CRIMINOLOGY AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE) The University of Western Sydney s Criminology and Criminal Justice major gives you highly developed skills and knowledge in criminology and related areas. COURSE UAC CODE LOCATION DURATION ATAR B Social Science (Criminology and Criminal Justice) Key: B = Bachelor of; F = Full-time; P = Part-time. Note: Part-time refers to study load, not to timetabling of evening classes Bankstown 3F/6P Penrith 3F/6P If you have ever thought about the problem of crime and its prevention or how society defines and responds to crime, the UWS Bachelor of Social Science with a major in Criminology and Criminal Justice could be the degree for you. This major will give you a comprehensive understanding of how all of these factors fit together. The Criminology and Criminal Justice major offers you the opportunity to study crime and criminal justice in a critical way by examining the selective process of dealing with some acts and persons as criminal and not so other acts and people. Areas of focus include: criminal justice institutions and practices; the development of criminology as a discipline and its various strands; forms and patterns of victimisation; crime prevention strategies and debates; aspects of juvenile justice; the evolution of prisons and different forms of punishment; policing, violence, gender and crime; cultural depictions of crime; and contemporary debates in criminology. FURTHER STUDIES Information about Honours will be provided to you as you progress through your Bachelor degree, or you can find out more at myfuture.uws.edu.au/honours CORE UNITS AND ELECTIVES To graduate with a Bachelor of Social Science (Criminology and Criminal Justice), you will be required to complete 24 units. The core units you may study in this degree include: Working with Communities; Understanding Society; People, Place and Social Difference; The Individual in Society; Ethics in the Social Sciences; Social Research Methods; Applied Social Research; and Contemporary Social Issues and Professional Practice. In addition to the eight core units listed, you must satisfactorily complete eight units from the Criminology and Criminal Justice pool, which may include: Introduction to Crime and Criminal Justice; Crime, Deviance and Society; Crime Prevention and Community; Prisons, Punishment and Criminal Justice; Juvenile Crime and Justice; Perspectives in Criminology; Culture and Crime; and Gender, Crime and Violence. For detailed information about the course structure and units, visit myfuture.uws.edu.au CAREER OPPORTUNITIES As a graduate of the UWS Bachelor of Social Science majoring in Criminology and Criminal Justice, your future offers some very rewarding career prospects. Graduates typically find employment in areas such as: probation and parole policy advice and research corrective services community agencies child protection violence prevention local government Federal Police, NSW Police Service and other investigative agencies international law enforcement and intelligence agencies. 12 UWS Policing and Criminology 2015
13 DOUBLE DEGREES COURSE UAC CODE LOCATION DURATION ATAR B Social Science/B Applied Leadership and Critical Thinking B Criminal and Community Justice/B Social Work B Social Science (Criminology and Criminal Justice)/B Laws B Criminal and Community Justice/B Laws Parramatta 4F/7P* nc Bankstown 5F Campbelltown 5F Parramatta 5F Campbelltown 5F nc Parramatta 5F nc Campbelltown 5F nc B Criminology/B Laws Parramatta 5F nc Penrith 5F nc NATALIE PARMETER Bachelor of Policing The Bachelor of Policing degree provided by UWS enables students to gain a greater understanding of the diverse role of police within the community. The teaching and support staff at UWS are from various fields within the criminal justice system. As such the experience, knowledge and advice they provide to students is incredibly useful. UWS also provides great opportunities for current and future networking opportunities within the criminal justice system. Key: B = Bachelor of; F = Full-time; P = Part-time; nc = New Course. Note: Part-time refers to study load, not to timetabling of evening classes. *Part-time applies only to the Applied Leadership and Critical Thinking degree. Your study options at UWS are increasing. Now you can tailor your studies to your specific goals by combining degrees. In 2015, the Bachelor of Social Work degree can be combined with a Bachelor of Criminal and Community Justice. In addition, the Bachelor of Social Science (Criminology and Criminal Justice) can be combined with a Bachelor of Laws. You may also be interested in the Bachelor of Science (Forensic Science). For further information on this course, please refer to the Forensics Area of Study brochure. For more information please call the UWS Course Information Centre on or myfuture.uws.edu.au 13
14 APPLICANT CHECKLIST FIND OUT ABOUT OUR COURSES Read the information within this Guide Talk with Careers Advisors, your parents and teachers/mentors Refer to the Future Students site, visit myfuture.uws.edu.au TALK TO US Attend UWS events find out more at myfuture.uws.edu.au/events Call the UWS Course Information Centre on or Get the inside information on Alternative Entry Pathways to UWS, UWS Advantage and Bonus Points and Scholarships APPLY TO UWS Apply through UAC, visit uac.edu.au Place your UWS Preferences Check your eligibility and submit a scholarship application, visit uws.edu.au/scholarships THE FACTS ON FEES The Federal Budget announced on 13 May 2014 listed proposed changes to higher education including fee deregulation and changes to FEE-HELP (formerly referred to as HECS). UWS recognises the need to continue to provide access to highquality, affordable university education. For students already enrolled, and new students enrolling in 2014, the current fee arrangements will remain applicable and are not affected by the changes proposed by the Government. The student fee freeze will apply to all new domestic students commencing anytime in 2014 in a Commonwealth supported place. UWS continues to discuss the changes proposed in the Federal Budget with the Commonwealth and is working to determine an accessible fee structure to be applied from 1 January For more information please visit the Federal Department of Education s website at: https://education.gov.au/students STUDENT CONTRIBUTION BANDS AND AMOUNTS Bands and General Discipline Areas 2014 Maximum Student Contribution (Per EFTSL) Band 3: Law, Accounting, Administration, Economics, Commerce, Dentistry, Medicine, Veterinary Science $10,085 Band 2: Mathematics, Statistics, Computing, Built Environment, Other Health, $8,613 Applied Health, Science, Engineering Surveying, Agriculture Band 1: Humanities, Behavioural Science, Social Studies, Education, Clinical Psychology, $6,044 Foreign Languages, Visual and Performing Arts, Nursing Note: Pre-2010 HECS students should go to studyassist.gov.au for more information. The rates shown and the placement of units of study shown in the table above will change for For more information visit studyassist.gov.au 14 UWS Policing and Criminology 2015
15 HELPING YOU PASS PROVIDING SUPPORT THROUGH SCHOLARSHIPS INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS Peer Assisted Study Sessions Peer Assisted Study Sessions (PASS) is a student-centred learning program. In PASS you will work with other students to understand the content of your unit/s and develop various study strategies to help you improve your academic performance. Through actively working together with other students, you will find that you are more engaged with the content and that your understanding deepens. You will also get to meet other people in your course. Each PASS group is run by a facilitator who has successfully studied the unit previously. PASS is free and voluntary. PASS is open to all students who want to improve their understanding of course material and their academic performance. It is highly recommended whether you are striving for a high distinction or a pass. PASS sessions run for an hour each week throughout the semester. Multiple sessions are offered in larger units and you can attend as many sessions as you wish. If you have any further enquiries please The University of Western Sydney is not only about obtaining an education. We also challenge ourselves to engage students who will get involved and make a difference to the University and wider communities. UWS has a unique set of scholarships on offer with many differing criteria. They reflect our strong commitment to academic excellence and opportunity for Greater Western Sydney students. Our scholarships support students who have diverse interests and skills, and who can and do make an active contribution. UWS works closely with business, industry and the community to ensure we offer scholarships that meet the needs of our students. Our scholarships provide our students with support and give them the opportunity to establish professional relationships while they study. Take the time to examine our scholarships and make the most of your opportunities for success. For details on UWS Scholarships, including the eligibility requirements and how to apply, refer to uws.edu.au/scholarships or call If you are an international student completing one of the following qualifications in 2014, you must apply through UAC International: an Australian Year 12 in or outside Australia an International Baccalaureate a New Zealand National Certificate of Educational Achievement (NCEA) Level 3 All other international students must apply directly to the University of Western Sydney. UWS International application forms, 2015 International tuition fees and further information about studying in Australia can be found at uws.edu.au/international If you have any questions about applying as an international student call or For international students, you can lodge your international student application online at uac.edu.au/international The University of Western Sydney reserves the right at all times to withdraw or vary courses listed within this publication. Variations may include but are not limited to location of its courses on UWS campuses or other locations. In the event that a course within this publication is to be changed or withdrawn, applicants will be advised by mail to the address specified by them on their UAC application before the last date for the change of preferences for the main round. In respect of course location change, students should be aware of the need to accommodate such changes for the whole or part of courses for which they enrol. The University also reserves the right to update, amend or replace online versions of this publication without notice. Published 2014 CRICOS Provider Number 00917K From Sustainably Managed Forests: fsc.org
16 SEE YOU AT Parent Information Days, July 2014 UWS Open Day, 31 August 2014 UWS Campus Tours, September 2014 UWS Day Campbelltown, 6 November 2014 UWS Day Bankstown, 7 November 2014 Course Decision Day, 5 January 2015 More information: myfuture.uws.edu.au/events INTERACT WITH US TO EXPERIENCE UWS LIFE Visit the Future Students Site: myfuture.uws.edu.au Visit the Events Mini-Site: myfuture.uws.edu.au/events Find us on Facebook: uws.edu.au/facebook Connect with us on Twitter: twitter.com/uwsnews Watch our YouTube videos: uws.edu.au/youtube Call the Course Information Centre: the Course Information Centre: University of Western Sydney Locked Bag 1797 Penrith NSW 2751 Australia uws.edu.au Course Information Centre