Congratulations on taking the first step to pursuing your postgrad studies at UWA.
A postgrad qualification from WA’s only university in the world Top 100 will set you apart. UWA graduates attract the highest average starting salary in the country and are ranked first in WA for graduate employability. As the only Group of Eight university in WA, our grads enjoy valuable connections with industry and professional practice both locally and globally.
A UWA postgrad qualification will help you stand out in the workplace and can become the defining factor in what will be a long and successful career.
Semester One 2017 applications are now open.
Note: Certain courses have varying application opening and closing dates, and these are outlined below.
Australian citizens and permanent residents or New Zealand citizens
- Check the When to Apply tab to make sure applications are open.
- Refer to the Admission Requirements tab to confirm which qualifications are relevant to your application.
- Clarify which documents you will need to submit separately with your application.
- Commence the application process.
Certain courses have varying application opening and closing dates, and these are outlined below. You must applying in those dates to be considered for an offer.
For all other courses, Semester One 2017 applications are now open. To be guaranteed consideration you should apply before 3 February 2017.
|Course||Next Intake||Opening Date||Closing Date|
|Doctor of Clinical Dentistry||January 2018||To be confirmed||To be confirmed|
|Doctor of Clinical Podiatry||Semester 1 2017||4 September 2016||31 October 2016|
|Doctor of Dental Medicine||Semester 1 2017||1 March 2016||31 May 2016|
|Doctor of Medicine|
|Doctor of Podiatric Medicine||Semester 1 2017||1 March 2016||30 September 2016|
|Graduate Certificate in Autism Diagnosis||Semester 1 2017||4 September 2016||31 October 2016|
|Graduate Certificate in Business||Trimester 1 2017||22 August 2016||5 December 2016|
|Graduate Certificate in Entrepreneurship and Innovation||Trimester 1 2017||22 August 2016||5 December 2016|
|Graduate Certificate in Leadership||Trimester 1 2017||22 August 2016||5 December 2016|
|Graduate Certificate in Social Impact||Trimester 1 2017||22 August 2016||5 December 2016|
|Graduate Diploma in Clinical Neuropsychology||Semester 1 2017||4 September 2016||31 October 2016|
|Graduate Diploma in Clinical Psychology||Semester 1 2017||4 September 2016||31 October 2016|
|Graduate Diploma in School Leadership||January 2017||1 August 2016||13 January 2017|
|Juris Doctor||Semester 1 2017||26 April 2016||30 November 2016|
|Master of Business Administration (Flexible)||Trimester 1 2017||22 August 2016||5 December 2016|
Master of Business Administration (Full-Time)1
|January 2017|| |
1 February 2016
Round 1: 2 May 2016
Round 2: 27 June 2016
Round 3: 1 August 2016
Round 4: 31 October 2016
Round 5: 14 November 2016
|Master of Clinical Audiology||Semester 1 2018||To be confirmed||To be confirmed|
|Master of Clinical Pathology||Semester 1 2017||4 September 2016||31 December 2016|
|Master of Industrial and Organisational Psychology||Semester 1 2017||4 September 2016||31 October 2016|
|Master of Pharmacy||Semester 1 2017||1 March 2016||31 May 2016|
|Master of School Leadership||January 2017||1 August 2016||13 January 2017|
|Master of Social Work||February 2017||4 September 2016||24 January 2017|
|All other courses||Semester 1 2017||4 September 2016||3 February 20172|
2Late applications may be considered up to course commencement.
Compulsory for all applicants
- Tertiary education details
- You must declare and submit evidence of all attempts at tertiary studies, including failed courses or units, regardless of how long ago you undertook them.
- English language competency
- To be eligible for admission to UWA, you must demonstrate satisfactory performance in a UWA-approved test of English. This is the case even if English is your first language.
Domestic students generally meet their English Language Competence (ELC) requirements by successful completion of the last two years of full-time or equivalent degree studies undertaken in an English-speaking university.
Provide if relevant
- Secondary education
- Only required for Master of Professional Engineering (MPE - including Preliminary) applicants; however, you can include your ATAR or TEE score (or equivalent) if you know it.
- Work history and other qualifications
- Unless the course you are applying for specifically requires you to submit your resume with your application, you only need to provide details of qualifications and work history relevant to the course you are applying for (such as Senior First Aid certificate, Working With Children check, practical field experience).
In addition to academic qualifications, some courses may require you to provide further information or documentation, before your application can be assessed; examples of these include:
- Personal statements
- Non-academic certifications (such as National Police Certificate, Senior First Aid Certificate)
- Admissions test results (such as GAMSAT, LSAT, GMAT)
Note: not all courses have additional requirements. Refer to the 'Entrance requirements' and 'How to apply' tabs on the relevant course information page to check if there is anything further you need to provide. Once you have referred to this information, continue with the next step.
Find out more about admission requirements.
It is your responsibility to provide all supporting documents. Applications where information or documentation is incomplete may not be successful. Supporting documents (for example, academic transcripts, Proof of Citizenship, Permanent Residency or Name Change) must be scanned from the original in colour (where possible) and uploaded as part of your online application (find out about our scanned document requirements).
Please note that for verification purposes you may also be asked to submit your documents as either originals or correctly certified copies.
Find out more about providing supporting documentation with your application.
Things to remember:
- Read and complete all sections of the online application.
- Declare all attempts at tertiary study.
- Indicate your course preferences.
- Provide copies of your English-language examination results (demonstrating English language competence is compulsory for entry to ALL courses at UWA).
- Provide copies of your qualifications and academic transcripts.
- Provide copies of your Proof of Citizenship/Permanent Residency/Name Change (as applicable).
- Read and accept the declaration.
- Complete online application and submit.
How long will it take?
Set aside about 15-20 minutes to answer all the questions. Once you've created a log-in, you may stop at any time and return to your application later; the system will remember what you have completed so far. Before pressing the final ‘submit’ button, you can go back and edit any of your answers, so don’t worry if you have made a mistake.
Fraudulent applications: UWA considers it a serious offence to submit a false declaration or false documents. If you are offered a place in a course and your application is subsequently found to have been incomplete or misleading, your enrolment may be terminated and your academic record annotated accordingly. By continuing with the application process, you are acknowledging that you understand and accept these terms.