Since 1911, The University of Western Australia (UWA) has blazed a trail in producing remarkable and life-changing contributions across learning, teaching and research.
Our industry connections, innovative courses, commitment to student experience and high-impact research place UWA as the only World Top 100 university (QS 2023) in WA.
On the banks of the Swan River and the land of the Whadjuk Noongar, our main Crawley campus is home to over 25,000 students, with more than 4,000 international students hailing from 100 countries.
The workforce of the future
Ranked first in WA for graduate employability (QS Graduate Employability Ranking 2022), UWA produces highly employable graduates who forge long and successful careers. Working with industry partners on real challenges, and taking on networking opportunities, work placements and internships, our students gain the skills, knowledge and connections to kick start their career.
Our researchers partner with industry and communities to tackle some of the world’s most complex problems. We have key strengths in mining engineering, marine and ocean engineering, environmental science, biological science and agricultural science. As a member of the Group of Eight and the Matariki Network of Universities, UWA is globally recognised as a leading research-intensive university, contributing to the world’s intellectual, cultural and economic development.
Serving our community
Through our students, research and partnerships, we’re improving the lives of those in our communities. Our vibrant campus is an arts and culture hub and our partnerships with WA sporting organisations reflect our commitment to promote elite men’s, women’s and grassroots sport in WA.