Graduate School of Education
Imagine, inspire, ignite
Imagine a world in which all young people achieve their full potential. Imagine making the difference. At the forefront of teacher education for more than a century, the Graduate School of Education stands as a world top 100 school of education (QS 2020).
Be inspired to learn and inspire others to learn. Be part of the Graduate School of Education tradition. Be challenged by Australia’s highly rated researchers who are creating knowledge that informs education policy and practice.
Ignite your passion to educate and ignite the flame of learning in others.
The UWA Graduate School of Education is where tradition meets innovation.
100 years+ teaching educators
In the world’s top 100 for Education (QS 2020)
Graduates in high demand locally and internationally
Our award-winning staff
Professor Stephen Houghton
Stephen Houghton is a professor in the Graduate School of Education at UWA and a specialist in child psychology and adolescent behaviour.Read more about Professor Stephen Houghton
Dr David Lawrence
Dr David Lawrence is a mental health researcher within the Graduate School of Education. He holds research interests in child and adolescent mental health and the mental health of police and emergency services personnel.Read more about Dr David Lawrence
Dr Fiona Mayne
Dr Fiona Mayne is a lecturer at The University of Western Australia’s Graduate School of Education, specialising in technology and childhood education.Read more about Dr Fiona Mayne
UWA student runner up in Matariki Three Minute Thesis competition
UWA PhD student Olivia Johnston has been awarded runner up in the Matariki Network of Universities’ Three Minute Thesis (3MT) competition.Read more
New Vice-Chancellor starts at UWA
Professor Amit Chakma is looking forward to building on the strengths of the University’s staff, students and wider community.Read more
Education innovators help prepare students for work of the future
A UWA initiative has brought together more than 20 WA school principals and education innovators to examine the future of the workforce and students' transitions from high school to university.Read more