The University of Western Australia's streamlined course structure, prepares graduates for the challenges of a changing world.
Our courses are progressive, flexible and benchmarked against the world’s best.
Graduates are equipped with communication and critical thinking skills at the highest international standards, and to have a broad, global perspective – all of which are vital in order to excel in a range of professions.
All UWA degrees are available at the Crawley Campus in Perth. At the Albany Centre you can enrol in first year courses in Arts, Commerce and Science and complete a selection of majors.
Search our careers database, including first hand accounts from past students, to find out which courses could launch you on your desired career path.
Students have the option of taking one or two majors within their bachelors degree.
Students who choose to pursue a professional qualification in the following fields complete a postgraduate degree after finishing their bachelor's degree:
Students in the Bachelor of Arts, Commerce, Design and Science degrees who perform well in the first three years of their degree may apply to undertake honours which generally involves a further year of study. The University also welcomes honours applications from students who have completed their undergraduate degrees at other institutions.
The Bachelor of Philosophy (Honours) is a four-year program with honours as an integral part of its structure.
The University offers graduates a diverse range of exciting opportunities for postgraduate study by coursework and research.
Complementing UWA's existing selection of postgraduate courses, degrees leading to a professional qualification will now be offered at postgraduate level.
The professional postgraduate courses will commence over the coming years, building on the introduction of New Courses 2012.
Architecture, audiology, early childhood teaching, nursing, pharmacy, primary teaching, psychology, secondary teaching and social work are already studied as professional qualifications at postgraduate level and will continue to be offered in this way.
The Master of Professional Engineering, Doctor of Dental Medicine, Doctor of Podiatric Medicine and Juris Doctor (Law) degrees will commence in 2013.
2014 will see the introduction of the new Doctor of Medicine program, with new Master of Architecture, Master of Landscape Architecture and Master of Teaching (Music) courses being taught for the first time in 2015.