October 08 2016

Since 1913, UWA has built its reputation upon the enquiring minds and bright ideas of its staff and students. Our students are central to the educational goals of this University: as we move through our second century’s developments in technology and access to information, providing a world-class education remains the keystone of our activities.

Your UWA degree is an investment in your future. Our graduates consistently exceed national graduate employment rates and the national average starting salaries.

Welcome to The University of Western Australia – Western Australia’s most established and leading university, ranked 88th in the world.

By choosing UWA, you will join a vibrant student community of more than 24,000 intelligent minds who seek to progress and create knowledge for the benefit of the Western Australian, Australian and international communities.

UWA at a glance

  • Nine faculties and schools include: Architecture, Landscape and Visual Arts; Arts (Humanities, Social Sciences and Music); Business; Education; Engineering, Computing and Mathematics; Law; Science; Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences; and Indigenous Studies.
  • Vibrant student community of 24,000+ students comprising of 17,500+ undergraduate, 6,700+ postgraduate.
  • 109 diverse nationalities represented within our 5000+ strong international student community.
  • 5 broad undergraduate courses with 71 diverse majors, and 180 postgraduate courses.
  • 160+ Student Exchange Agreements with leading universities including University College London, National University of Singapore and many more
  • Featured in the world’s top 200 institutions in 24 of the 30 subjects assessed according to the QS World University Rankings by Subject 2014.
  • 11 highly cited scholars within the world’s top 200 according to Thompson-Reuters ISI Web of Knowledge 2014.
  • Distinguished alumni include Nobel Prize Laureate Professor Barry Marshall, who is the most popular living Nobel Laureate, according to the Nobel Foundation.
  • We’ve produced 100 Rhodes Scholars within the last 100 years.
  • 100+ vibrant clubs and societies on campus.
  • 5 residential colleges located close to campus.

CRICOS Code: 00126G

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