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University of Western Australia (UWA)

  • 22% international / 78% domestic

About University of Western Australia (UWA)

Established in 1911, UWA is one of the top 100 universities in the world, and the first to be founded in Western Australia. We have earned an international reputation for high-calibre teaching and learning, and our focus on research attracts the finest minds from around the globe. We’re part of the Group of Eight (a coalition of the top research universities in the country) and one of only two Australian members of the Worldwide Universities Network.

Our well-established network of industry partners allows students to connect with professionals in their chosen fields, providing one-on-one advice and the chance to develop skills in real-world scenarios. Other work placements and volunteering opportunities can be arranged as part of our degrees, and we also offer student exchanges with 180 universities in 30 countries.

UWA’s main Perth campus is often described as one of Australia’s most picturesque. Just 10 minutes from Perth’s main shopping and business district, it’s also close to many stunning beaches. Our dynamic cultural scene draws the community to our galleries, museums and theatres, and our Student Guild is one of the most active in Australia, providing independent advice to students and organising countless activities, with more than 180 student clubs.                     

Applying for postgraduate study

Tertiary education details
You must declare and submit evidence of all attempts at tertiary studies, including failed courses or units, regardless of how long ago you undertook them.

English language competency
To be eligible for admission to UWA, you must demonstrate satisfactory performance in a UWA-approved test of English. This is the case even if English is your first language.

Domestic students generally meet their English Language Competence (ELC) requirements by successful completion of the last two years of full-time or equivalent degree studies undertaken in an English-speaking university.

Campuses

Albany

Perth

Albany

Perth

Courses

Featured Courses

Graduate Certificate

Find out about studying a Graduate Certificate in Public Policy at University of Western Australia (UWA).

Bachelor

Engineering is the creative application of science and mathematics to solve complex problems.

Masters (Coursework)

Pursue your passion with a supervised research experience in Forensic Science.

Performance Indicators

76.1%
Overall satisfacation
81.1%
Skill scale
59.8%
Teaching scale
81.6%
Employed full-time
$77.3k
Average salary

Featured Scholarships


This scholarship is part of an Australian Research Council (ARC) funded project: The African Diaspora and Pentecostalism in Australia.This project investigates the new African Diaspora in Australia and its embrace of Pentecostalism, particularly after arrival. The project aims: to understand the range of challenges African-Australian communities faces; to determine why so many of their members join Pentecostal churches; to investigate how Pentecostal churches support these communities' translocal and transnational mobility and sense of belonging, and; to contribute to policy efforts to improve outcomes for African new arrivals in Australia.Within this larger project, the PhD candidate will conduct ethnographic research with Pentecostal churches in Australia, and with African Diasporas in the country and be based in Perth, at the School of Social Sciences, University of Western Australia (UWA).

Student Stories


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What I loved most about the course was how students would help each other out.

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What I loved most about the course was how students would help each other out.

India Cywinski-Jan

  • Student Stories
What I loved most about the course was how students would help each other out.

India Cywinski-Jan