UWA mixes heritage architecture and state-of-the-art teaching and research facilities in two distinct campuses.
On the banks of the Swan River, just minutes from the city of Perth, sits our main campus. With additional facilities in Claremont and Nedlands, it’s home to more than 22,000 students and 3500 staff.
Featuring cafés, libraries, sporting facilities, galleries, shops and many other dedicated student amenities, the Perth campus is more like a small town.
Open courtyards and expansive green spaces make studying, catching up with friends and relaxing outdoors an invigorating experience.
We provide an ideal learning environment, with modern teaching and research facilities, lecture and performance theatres, tutorial spaces, studios and laboratories.
A five-hour drive from Perth, UWA Albany allows you to experience all that regional WA has to offer while studying at university.
Located in Albany’s historic Old Post Office building, the campus provides students with a high-tech learning environment. Multimedia technology enables students to experience Perth lectures over the internet, while small classes led by well-qualified local tutors balance technology with face-to-face interactive teaching and learning.
The campus also offers after-hours access, a student common room and spectacular harbour views. Studying in Albany provides an excellent transition year for country school leavers who want to start their studies without the added stress and expense of moving to the city. Likewise, for city students, studying ‘down south’ offers a sea change experience that can bring a new perspective to your studies.