UWA’s new system

THE University of WA has adopted the Callista Student Management system to replace technology developed in-house. The $8.5 million system has been purchased from Callista Software Services and according to UWA acting vice-chancellor Professor Alan Robson would be used to manage the student lifecycle at the university.

“We believe it will better position UWA to compete in the global education market. UWA students will have ‘anywhere, anytime’ access to their information and the university will be able to better respond rapidly to emerging opportunities and requirements,” Professor Robson said.

The system will be operation in time for the 2005 enrolment period.

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