The establishment of the Badanami Centre for Indigenous Education in 2006 demonstrates the University of Western Sydney’s commitment to enhancing educational opportunities for all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students.
The purpose of the Badanami Centre is to provide support and encouragement for every Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander student enrolled at the University.
Students can drop into Badanami at anytime to study or relax.
The Badanami Centre for Indigenous Education provides a range of services for staff, students and community members in accessing higher education. The centre has offices located on each campus across UWS, so you’ll never feel alone! The Badanami Centre for Indigenous Education offers student spaces and support services on each campus and offers a range of services and support to guide Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students through their study and to help make their time at the University of Western Sydney enjoyable and enriching.
Badanami can put you in touch with a range of services available on campus, from study skills courses, careers advice, counselling and medical assistance all the way through to opportunities to study abroad.
Badanami’s major role is to:
For more information, please see the Indigenous Education Brochure (PDF, 280.87 KB) (opens in a new window)
Locked Bag 1797
Penrith NSW 2751
Tel: +61 2 9852 5222
ABN 53 014 069 881
CRICOS Provider No: 00917k