Music and Fine ArtsApply
Ranked in the world Top 100 for Performing Arts (QS 2019)
Producing world-class graduates for 50+ years
Over 200+ events every year showcasing work from students, staff and industry professionals
Majors and popular combinations
Tailor your degree by exploring your career path or interest area in your first year, before selecting one or two majors in your second year. It's a unique feature of our course model and the best part is, it won't cost any extra or take longer to complete your degree.
Bachelor of Arts (Honours)
Gain the lifelong, transferable skills employers are seeking with one of Western Australia's most diverse degrees. Honours study develops your knowledge and skills as an independent researcher under the supervision of a member of staff with expertise in your chosen area.
Bachelor of Philosophy (Honours)
The Bachelor of Philosophy (Honours) is an inspiring, holistic four-year degree comprising a three-year bachelor’s (chosen from UWA’s Arts, Biomedical Science, Commerce or Science degrees) and a fourth year of honours.
Become an expert in your chosen field by taking your skills and qualifications to new heights after completing your undergraduate degree. With a UWA postgraduate degree, you can learn from reputable thought leaders and build strong, life-long connections.
I chose Music Studies because music is such a big part of my life and I wanted to deepen my understanding of it. I’m also studying Chemistry as it’s another passion of mine and would open up other career options. Joshua Van Zuylen
Our established network of connections span the creative sectors including Perth Fashion Festival, Perth Institute of Contemporary Art (PICA) and the West Australian Symphony of Music (WASO).
With 180+ clubs and societies, there is something for everyone at UWA.
Home to a huge range of events and experiences, the Electronic Music Appreciation Society (EMAS) is the club for anyone – from music lovers to party goers, and DJs to producers. The club offers free courses on learning to DJ or produce, as well as opportunities to work behind the scenes at events.
Learn from the best
James Ledger is an ARIA award winner, renowned composer and senior lecturer in composition at the UWA Conservatorium of Music.Read more
A highly experienced teacher and performer, Suzanne Wijsman has initiated many research projects aimed at improving the health and performance of musicians and music students.Read more
Dr Sarah Collins
Dr Sarah Collins is a lecturer of musicology at the UWA Conservatorium of Music. She seeks to understand the ways in which music and sound shape our culture.Read more