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The University of Western Australia (UWA) is a world’s top 100 university, ranked first in Western Australia for graduate employability.

UWA is a public research university in the Australian state of Western Australia. The university’s main campus is in Perth, the state capital, with a secondary campus in Albany and various other facilities elsewhere.



UWA Institute offers Bachelor’s and Master’s programs in: 
– Agricultural, Environmental and Biological Sciences
– Architecture, Design and Planning
– Business and Commerce
– Data and Computer Science
– Education
– Engineering
– Health and Biomedical Sciences
– Humanities and Social Sciences
– Law
– Music and Fine Arts
– Physical Sciences and Mathematics
– Psychology

The University of Western Australia study environment is built around experience-rich learning. You’ll take your studies beyond the books, out into the field, into the real world, and develop the practical skills and experiences you need to not only succeed but thrive. UWA curriculum and global networks will prepare you for the ever-changing world outside your degree. By working alongside industry partners on real challenges, and taking on networking opportunities, work placements and internships, you’ll gain the skills, knowledge and connections to kick-start your dream career.

Why University of Western Australia?

  1. UWA is a world top 100 university Ranking within the world’s top 100 (ARWU 2021). UWA is also the only Western Australian university in the prestigious Group of Eight, a coalition of world-leading research-intensive Australian universities.
  2. Western Australia graduates receive a globally recognised degree. UWA is proud to have received the highest ranking among all Australian universities in mining and mineral engineering; marine/ocean engineering; agricultural sciences; environmental science; and engineering and biological sciences in the 2020 Academic Ranking of World Universities by Subject (ARWU).
  3. UWA has over 75 state-of-the-art teaching and research facilities. UWA’s Perth campus is home to many globally recognised scholars, including Nobel Laureate Professor Barry Marshall.
  4. The University of Western Australia has a global reputation and global connections. UWA is a founder member of the Matariki Network of high-quality, research-intensive universities with a particular focus on student experience.
  5. UWA focuses on graduate outcomes. At UWA, you’ll not only study towards a degree but also gain valuable experience towards your future career with practical learning. UWA offers professional placements, internships, mentoring and work experience to help you to graduate career-ready.
Scholarship at University of Western Australia

UWA does provide scholarships – Contact us for more information about costs.

My year abroad in Perth gave me the opportunity to explore the biggest and most amazing state of Australia: Western Australia.

It’s not all about koalas and kangaroos (don’t worry you will find plenty of them) but it’s such a unique city, with an incredibly diverse population (there is people from all over the world, it’s incredible) and a very a conventional history (it all started with a prison!), all surrounded by a breathtaking landscape of greens and blues (honestly, the best beaches I have seen in my life).

The UWA campus is one of the few historical buildings of the city, and its gardens are like the rainforest, it’s so beautiful! Also, Australian people are extremely friendly, always ready to help, and very open-minded. At last but not least, the quality of Education is more than satisfactory: you will find engaged teachers with impressive explaining skills and lots of activities to help you in case you are struggling. If you want to learn, discover new places, meet people and have fun, there is no place you would rather be than Perth!

Maria from Spain

The University of Western Australia has an amazing campus only a few blocks from Perth CBD.

When I started my studies I was surprised by the diligence of lecturing team, the great variety of courses and the high amount of international students.

I always wanted to live in Perh; upon completion of my studies I will apply for a postgraduate and continue my journey in Australia!

Nicola from Ireland – MA Social Work