Anthropology teaches you about the nature of humanity and the many different cultures of the world.
Archaeology is the study of past human societies through their material remains, the things people leave behind.
Asian Studies encompasses a range of topics, including Asian societies, cultures, history, politics, religion and environmental issues.
Chinese (Mandarin)is the most widely-spoken language in the world and its study can open up extraordinary opportunities for your future.
Roman and Greek ancient civilisations provided the foundations for modern Western society.
Communication and Media Studies is one of the most exciting and rapidly-evolving areas of study in today's media-driven world.
With English and Literary Studies, you will explore many areas of reading, writing and performance including the study of literature, film, theatre and creative and professional writing.
Studying French at UWA is more than simply learning a language. It's an experience which will open your mind to different cultures and enrich you with knowledge of history.
Studying History introduces you to the way we create the collective memory of the human race. This is not as easy as it sounds, as our memory can play tricks.
The History of Art major introduces you to art within the whole spectrum of our visual experience.
A major in Indonesian Studies enables you to achieve a high level of fluency in the language and learn about the unique culture and history of the country.
A major in Indigenous Knowledge, History and Heritage will allow you to explore the worldview and historical experiences of Indigenous peoples in Australia as well as critically analyse Western disciplinary constructs around Indigenous knowledges and peoples.
Italian is a rewarding language to learn as it explores the riches of Italy's cultural past and its dynamic present.
Studying Japanese language, culture and society means taking a significant step towards becoming Asia-literate – an important attribute for future global citizens, particularly in Australia.
The new Korean Studies major combines learning the language with the study of Korean related subjects in various disciplines.
Linguistics is the study of the nature of human language.
The study of Philosophy involves thinking about some of the big questions we ask during our lifetime.
Political Science and International Relations provides an understanding of governments and political systems in Australia and internationally.
A professionally oriented course for graduates and practitioners seeking expertise in international relations. We offer credited internship options and professional networking.
The Master of International Relations course is designed both for those purely interested in acquiring a better understanding of global governance and politics, as well as those seeking a qualification to enhance their career prospects.
Bridge language barriers with a Graduate Certificate in Translation Studies, offering fundamental translation training.
Heritage Studies teaches how we choose and manage what we keep from the past for future generations.
Become a researcher and help solve the world’s problems.
Gain the skills and knowledge you need to tackle international issues.
TheGraduateDiploma in Translation Studiesoffers fully-accredited translation training between English and Chinese, French, German, and Italian.
Become a researcher and help solve the world's problems.
The Master of Translation Studies offers fully-accredited translation training between English and Chinese, Indonesian, Japanese, Korean, French, German, Italian or Spanish
Learn how to protect and preserve the world's cultural, historical and natural heritage for future generations.
Asia has emerged as the most exciting and vibrant region in the contemporary world.
Enhance your expertise in international law and commerce
Advance your knowledge in international law
Advance your knowledge in international law.
Are you interested in how governments can work to create a better future?
Lead the way in shaping economic, social and legal change
Engage with the contemporary challenges of addressing poverty and inequality globally, and engage with the complex challenges of international development.