A UWA education sets you up for a career with infinite potential.

Our curriculum and global networks will prepare you for the ever-changing world outside your degree. By working alongside industry partners on real challenges, and taking on networking opportunities, work placements and internships, you’ll gain the skills, knowledge and connections to kick start your dream career.

Apply now for mid year entry and start studying in July 2023

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WA's #1 university for graduate employability

(QS Graduate Employability Ranking 2021)

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Rated 5 stars for Student Demand, Student: Teacher Ratio and Learner Engagement

(Good Universities Guide 2022)

Award-winning teachers

(AAUT 2020)

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Benefit from global industry networks with partners around the world

A world top 100 university

(90th in QS 2023 and 99th in ARWU 2022)

Group of Eight member

(Australia's best research-intensive universities)

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Study in one of the world’s most liveable cities

(Economist Intelligence Unit)

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9 subjects ranked in the world's top 50

(QS World University Rankings by Subject 2023)

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Make connections with more than 160 clubs and societies

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Experience UWA – Years 10, 11 and 12

Wednesday 5 July | 10am - 2pm

Are you in Year 10, 11 or 12? Join us on campus on Wednesday 5 July from 10am to 2pm for Experience UWA. Explore UWA's diverse courses, vibrant campus life and range of entry pathways.

Take a deep dive into your area of interest with a campus tour, where you'll visit teaching facilities, find out about hands on learning and chat with our staff and students to get all your questions answered.

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Stay up-to-date with the latest information about studying at UWA including, our courses and career pathways, events and webinars, key dates, what uni life is really like, tips for studying plus, so much more!

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Study options

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Seeking your first university degree? Whatever career you seek, you’ll find a course that fits.

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Whether you're looking to develop your skills or change jobs completely, a postgraduate degree will take your career to the next level.

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International students

Set yourself apart with a globally recognised degree from a world top 100 university.

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Indigenous students

Be a part of the story of Indigenous education and success at UWA. Welcome to our Bilya Marlee community.

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The best thing about teaching students is their enthusiasm and the new perspectives they bring to my research and teaching. 
Dr Caleb Goods

Learning and teaching

The UWA study environment is built around experience-rich learning. You’ll take your studies beyond the books, out into the field, into the real world, and develop the practical skills and experiences you need to not only succeed, but thrive.

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I love that I get to learn with intelligent, hardworking and dynamic students.
Dr Marilyn Bromberg

Our spaces

Our student-centric learning spaces are all designed to enhance your skill development and job preparation. You’ll use facilities that enhance your experiential learning and provide you with collaborative, practical opportunities in your field of study.


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Callaway Auditorium
Japanese room
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It’s really a privilege to have the opportunity to work with highly motivated students on amazing music each week. I can't imagine a more satisfying career.
Dr Jonathan Fitzgerald

Get in touch with us


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Our Future Students Centre is ready to answer all your questions.

View FAQs or ask your own question
Phone – Domestic students
131 UWA (131 892)
8.30am–5.00pm (AWST), Monday to Friday

Phone – International students
+61 8 6488 1000
8.30am–5.00pm (AWST), Monday to Friday
Online consultation
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