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Undergraduate - your first degree

Set yourself apart with a UWA degree. Our courses are designed to equip you with the skills and knowledge to succeed locally, nationally and internationally.

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Find out all you need to know about studying your first degree at UWA. Here you’ll learn everything from our vibrant student lifestyle to our internationally recognised course model.

Your future starts here

Year 12 graduates

If you're a Year 12 school leaver, make UWA your first preference. 

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Mature-age

If you're over the age of 20 and are ready to start your first degree, begin your application now through our online portal.

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International

If you're from overseas and are ready to pursue your studies with us, apply now through our online portal.

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Transferring

If you're transferring from another institution find out how to apply.

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Our global reputation

Ranked in the world’s top 100 universities and, 1st in WA (QS 2018).

5 stars for student demand, student/staff ratio and student retention (QS 2018).

180+ student exchange partners (largest in the state). 

UWA course model

Our course model is benchmarked against world-leading universities, giving you a competitive edge when you enter the workforce. As a student, you can study two majors in one degree, no matter how different they are, so you can combine your interests and career goals without losing time or money.

Direct Pathways

We offer assured places for Year 12 students wishing to pursue a professional career in a range of fields. These allow you to reserve a place in – or progress to – your desired professional postgraduate degree (your second degree).

Direct Pathways

What sets UWA apart

Develop your professional experience while at university. We offer a range of services to help you achieve your career goals before and after you graduate.

Careers Centre

Develop certain skills, build self-awareness of your work interests and preferences, and begin decision-making and career planning.

UniMentor

Get paired with a UniMentor (a current student) to help you settle in as soon as you accept your offer.

Careers and Employability Award

Have the activities and hands-on learning you've undertaken appear on your transcript at graduation.

Internships and work integrated learning

Formal supported opportunities to experience a workplace and develop your technical and soft skills.

Careers Fair

Meet potential employers on campus, apply for summer internships and work with big-name brands.

Resources

CareersHub (job listings), workshops, online resources, interview skills and more.

Social media

LinkedIn workshops and personal branding (you can get your LinkedIn photo taken).

Student Experience

University is more than a degree and as a UWA student, you’ll have the opportunity to be an active member of our vibrant student life. Our UWA student Guild is one of the most active in the state, and with over 150+ clubs to choose from (the largest in the state), there are countless events and activities for you to get the most out of your time at uni.

We also offer a range of support services, dedicated to help you get your studies off to the best start possible and supporting you over your journey with us.

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Learn more about yourself

Discover a range of careers suited to you through our career discovery tool.

Career discovery tool

 

Your future starts here

Year 12 graduates

If you're a Year 12 school leaver, make UWA your first preference. 

Find out more

Mature-age

If you're over the age of 20 and are ready to start your first degree, begin your application now through our online portal.

Find out more

International

If you're from overseas and are ready to pursue your studies with us, apply now through our online portal.

Find out more

Transferring

If you're transferring from another institution find out how to apply.

Find out more

Contact us

View our extended opening hours over the holiday period

Phone

Phone

Speak to a Future Students Adviser from 8.30am to 5.00pm, Monday to Friday (Western Standard Time)

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Web chat

Chat with a Future Students Adviser from 2.30–4.30pm, Monday to Friday (Western Standard Time)