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Advances in technology and science are transforming our world at an incredible pace. Join us and tackle global, regional and local issues from food security to restoring and maintaining balance in our natural environment. With a UWA postgraduate degree, you can learn from reputable thought leaders and build strong, lifelong connections.
1st in Australia and 18th in the world for Agricultural Sciences (ARWU 2019)
1st in Australia and 19th in the world for Environmental Science and Engineering (ARWU 2019)
28th in the world for Oceanography (ARWU 2019)
Available in Semester 1, 2020
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I studied my master's at UWA because the environmental science course offered the best combination of theory and field work to advance my knowledge of marine and coastal management. Because of my studies at UWA, I am better equipped with the skills to develop policy that is based on proven scientific frameworks. Dinah Yunitawati, Master of Environmental Science graduate
UWA’s strong connections with industry leaders and global research collaborations provide students and graduates with a critical edge. We collaborate with industry, government agencies and universities worldwide to offer diverse education and research programs, forging meaningful partnerships with organisations to strengthen their capabilities and achieve solutions. Our corporate supporters influence our courses and teaching practices to stay at the forefront of industry trends and developments. They also provide guest lectures, case studies, mentoring and a suite of scholarships and prizes to support our students as they achieve at the highest level.
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Dr Archa Fox
Dr Archa Fox is a senior lecturer and leading researcher in the School of Molecular Sciences whose research has uncovered a new cellular structure, paraspeckles.Read more
Professor Shane Maloney
Professor Shane Maloney's research focuses on the thermal physiology of humans and animals.Read more
Associate Professor Jane Pillow
Associate Professor Jane Pillow is a clinical scientist and neonatologist whose work focuses on improving outcomes for premature infants.Read more
Winthrop Professor Daniel Green
Winthrop Professor Daniel Green is a cardiovascular exercise physiologist in the School of Human Sciences studying ways to prevent chronic disease.Read more
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