South Western Times : 2018-12-20

News : 6 : 6


6 NEWS S Thursday, December 20, 2018 Entry pathways for Indigenous students STAGE 2 Casuarina Drive BP Beach Upgrades to & Be Inspired by The University of Western Australia’s dynamic learning environment, student life and support services through the School of Indigenous Studies. There are more ways than one into UWA, including: BP Beach • Our Provisional Entry Scheme for students with an ATAR of 70+ and mature-age students with substantial work experience Casuarina Drive Draft Landscaping Concept Now Available For Feedback • The Aboriginal Orientation Course which provides entry into an undergraduate degree through a one-year bridging course, or The draft landscaping concept for Transforming Bunbury’s Waterfront Stage 2 Casuarina Drive and BP Beach redevelopment area is now available for community feedback. Read about the project, view the draft landscaping concept and provide your feedback by visiting: • UWA Smart Start Course which is available at UWA’s Albany "+1/" +! -/"- /"0 012!"+10 #,/ Ɯ/01Ȓ6" / 012!6 &+ + undergraduate degree. The community feedback period closes Thursday 31 January 2019, 2pm WST. LandCorp, the South West Development Commission and the City of Bunbury are working together under the guidance of the Bunbury Development Committee to redevelop Casuarina Drive and BP Beach by delivering improved pedestrian and cycle links, enhanced landscaping and new social spaces. Funded by the State Government, the redevelopment will revitalise the precinct and offer modern public amenities to locals and tourists, activating the precinct and providing a new tourism destination. For further information visit , Ɯ+! ,21 *,/" 3&0&1ǿ CRICOS Provider Code: 00126 Transforming Bunbury’s Waterfront is supported by Royalties for Regions.

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