5 Stars for Student:Teacher Ratio and Student Demand (GUG 2018)


Seven of our subjects are ranked in the world’s Top 50 (QS 2018)


100+ units that offers practical work experience


Most affordable capital city in Australia


World class teaching staff including a Nobel prize winner


Strong and well-established industry partnerships


Award winning teaching facilites


Dedicated student support services

Course Description

The Master of Architecture emphasises the application of concepts to the design of specialised building projects, with a focus on context, environmental performance and sustainability. You will complete core units in technology and practice and then direct your study within a range of option units in design, technical and critical studies streams.

Course Description

The Master of Landscape Architecture emphasises ecological, cultural and social concerns at global, regional and local levels. The degree requires completion of fully resolved projects including a developed design through independent research. Graduates achieve a range of high-level technical, analytical, design and communication skills to meet contemporary challenges.

Course Description

Discover the power of legal thinking and become the lawyer you want to be with a Juris Doctor.

The Juris Doctor (JD) is a three-year postgraduate qualification in law. The JD opens up a world of career possibilities, ensuring that you’ll be challenged every day. You will develop a deep understanding of how power and justice operate in society, and how you can make a difference to the world through law reform and advocacy.

By choosing to study the Juris Doctor at UWA you will:

• Acquire knowledge and skills that will equip you for a diverse range of careers
• Benefit from UWA Law School’s long-standing and deep links with the legal profession which contribute to consistently high rates of employment for our graduates
• Learn from the very best of the legal profession and academic staff, who are recognised nationally for excellence in teaching and research
• Have the opportunity to participate in practical skill building programs, including mooting (legal advocacy) competitions and internships
• Build lifelong friendships with a talented, diverse and vibrant cohort of future leaders
• Gain an internationally portable qualification: the UWA JD is formally recognised in Singapore as an accredited pathway to practice.

This course prepares university graduates for a rewarding career in teaching. By studying a teaching degree at UWA you will gain valuable practical experience in our many partner schools and work with outstanding lecturers who integrate theory and practice across learning areas.

Early Childhood

Course Description

Early childhood teachers play a critical role in preparing young children for lifelong learning, personal wellbeing and participation in society. This course places a strong emphasis on in-depth knowledge of the research, theory and practical skills required of educators in early childhood settings, from birth to the lower primary years. The Master of Teaching (Early Childhood) will qualify you to work in government and non-government schools in Australia, as well as in a range of other early childhood setting such as childcare centres.

Primary

Course Description

Primary teachers are pivotal in helping children build strong foundations and confidence in their learning. This course provides in-depth knowledge on how to support children in their development of knowledge, understanding and skills across a range of learning areas. The Master of Teaching (Primary) will qualify you to teach in Australian primary schools.

Secondary

Course Description

This course prepares university graduates for a rewarding career in teaching. Candidates must have a degree with a major in the subject that they wish to teach and that can be found in the school curriculum. This course aims to graduate highly skilled professionals who have the key practical skills required for effective secondary teaching, informed by current theory and research. As there is a severe shortage of secondary Mathematics and Physics teachers in Australian schools, we particularly encourage students with qualifications in those areas to consider a career in teaching.

Course Description

The Master of Translation Studies provides advanced translation training to develop your abilities to practise as a bilingual/multilingual professional. The course, taught by practitioners and translation researchers, is approved by the National Accreditation Authority for Translators and Interpreters of Australia (NAATI), making you eligible to apply to the prestigious NAATI accreditation as a Professional Translator. Specialised translation training is available between English and Chinese, French, German and Italian language pairs in both directions. Chinese interpreting is also available to students in combination with the English/Chinese language pair.1

From 2019, translation training between English and Spanish, Indonesian, Japanese, Korean, Arabic and Russian will also be available. The course fosters critical thinking, linguistic and analytical skills through frontier translation theories and latest technologies as well as the opportunity for individual supervision of a translation research project. As a result of strong collaboration links with local and national professional organisations and agencies, students are offered practical skills development on a regular basis.

1 Chinese interpreting is available to students in the language pair English/Chinese, provided they have completed 48 points of the Master of Translation Studies, achieving a WAM of 70 per cent.

Course Description

Audiology is the clinical science involving the prevention, assessment and rehabilitation of hearing loss and associated communication disorders. The course includes supervised clinical placements in a variety of workplace settings and graduates are eligible for full membership of the Audiological Society of Australia. The Master of Clinical Audiology is available every second year. The next intake of students will commence in 2020.

Course Description

The Master of Social Work is suitable for those with an undergraduate degree in a relevant field who would like to pursue a professional qualification in social work. This course prepares beginning social work practitioners for employment in local, State and international human services agencies. The course is accredited by the Australian Association of Social Workers (AASW).

Course Description

As a Doctor of Dental Medicine (DMD) student you’ll be based at the Oral Health Centre of Western Australia, a high-tech dental teaching hospital and learning facility at the UWA Health Campus. You will learn by treating patients under close supervision by highly experienced and skilled tutors, and by observing general and specialist dentists treating a wide range of dental conditions. Successful graduates will be able to register with the Dental Board of Australia as a dentist and enter the profession immediately. You’ll have early clinical exposure with dental immersion activities on introductory concepts in clinical dentistry, preclinical exercises including dental simulation from first year. In your third year you’ll actively engage in a research project. In your final year, you’ll undertake quasi-independent but supervised practice, which takes place inside and outside the School with compulsory rural and metropolitan placements with Dental Health Services.

This program is also included in the ‘List of Registrable Degrees’ by Singapore Dental Council.

Course Description

The Doctor of Medicine (MD) aims to produce graduates committed to the wellbeing of the patient, community and society as responsible, accountable, scholarly, capable and caring doctors. The future doctor will need to fulfill a number of roles including that of a professional, leader, advocate, clinician, educator and scholar, and these key roles form the themes around which the UWA MD curriculum is structured. This course prepares graduates with the professional attributes required for successful internships, and graduates are able to be registered for professional practice as a doctor. In the first year, you’ll gain necessary background knowledge in biomedical sciences. In years two and three, students have clinical attachments in the wards and clinics of the hospitals of Perth, general practices or other community settings. Many students spend their third year learning in a UWA Rural Clinical School. You may also pursue opportunities for depth of study in areas of your interest through electives and scholarly activity. The final year continues the clinical attachments and completion of a scholarly activity and concludes with a Preparation for Internship block to ensure graduates are ready for work as interns.

This program is also included in the ‘List of Registrable Basic Medical Qualifications’ by Singapore Medical Council.

Course Description

The Doctor of Podiatric Medicine (DPM) is an exciting course designed to produce highly trained and competent podiatrists who are prepared to enter clinical practice as primary contact healthcare practitioners in the diagnosis and treatment of conditions affecting the foot and ankle. Most podiatrists work in general practice and see an interesting and wide range of patients with foot and leg problems, often associated with other medical conditions. Many podiatrists develop expertise in a specific area of podiatry, such as the management of sporting injuries or podiatric biomechanics; treatment of the high-risk foot or the elderly; or children’s foot and leg problems. Podiatrists are independent practitioners with the right to perform minor foot surgery, refer patients for relevant investigative tests and administer drugs necessary for the treatment of podiatric conditions. A variety of teaching methods are used including lectures, tutorials, practicals and directed self-learning. Case-based and symptom-based learning are used to emphasise patient-focused practice. Clinical practice begins in first year and increases over the following two years. There are opportunities for interested students to spend time in chosen areas of clinical practice in rural and remote areas of WA.

Course Description

The Master of Pharmacy course provides advanced study in the areas of pharmacy practice, clinical pharmacy, pharmaceutics, medicinal chemistry, pharmacotherapy and health systems, and includes practical training in community and hospital pharmacies. Our program differs in many respects from others; most notable is our small yearly intake of about 50 students who are selected from a large pool of applicants each year. This fosters an excellent learning culture and our students complete their work in small groups with readily available access to academic and professional staff, plus a superior level of peer support. Students benefit from one to-one interaction with academic and professional staff, particularly in the area of pharmacy practice, which greatly enhances our students’ professional interpersonal skills. We’re also in a fortunate position to offer every student the opportunity of workplace-based training, not only in the community but in a number of major hospitals and aged care facilities. This provides students with insight into various career pathways and exposes them to the diverse range of healthcare in our society (primary, acute, women, children and aged care). For eligible students we offer alternative placements in rural Australia and international locations.

Course Description

This course is for graduates who have completed undergraduate studies in engineering, mathematics or physics and who want to gain an internationally recognised qualification to practise as a professionally accredited engineer. The course, designed in consultation with industry, equips you with both outstanding technical and leadership skills and the ability to work creatively as part of a team across the breadth of an engineering challenge in your area of specialisation.

Professional accreditation

The Master of Professional Engineering has been assessed for accreditation by Engineers Australia, the national accreditation body. The Chemical, Civil, Electrical and Electronic, Environmental, Mechanical, Mining Engineering specialisations were fully accredited in 2016–2017. The remaining specialisation (Software) is provisionally accredited until the required number of students graduate. In addition, our graduates are recognised internationally through the Washington Accord of the International Engineering Alliance. Additionally, The Master of Professional Engineering (Chemical) specialisation is accredited by the Institute of Chemical Engineers (IChemE). The Master of Professional Engineering (Software Engineering) has been provisionally accredited by the Australian Computer Society.

Professional practicum

As part of your engineering studies you will complete a 12-week practicum and professional development experience. This can be done with at least eight weeks in an engineering firm of your choice.

Specialisations

Choose from the following specialisations:

• Biomedical Engineering
• Civil Engineering
• Chemical Engineering
• Electrical and Electronic Engineering
• Environmental Engineering
• Mechanical Engineering
• Mining Engineering
• Software Engineering

The Bachelor of Arts degree at UWA offers you a unique learning experience with the flexibility and depth to pursue your passion while gaining the skills for a successful career in a diverse range of fields

Why study Arts?

Studying Arts equips you for every aspect of life. It enables you to discover your talents, interests and abilities, and develop them fully. You’ll acquire skills such as critical thinking, communication, reasoning and problem-solving. These proficiencies are all highly sought-after and valued by employers and will provide you with many future career opportunities.

Career-ready

As part of your Arts degree, you can choose to undertake the Arts Practicum. This provides you with the opportunity to work on a supervised project in a workplace of your choice, while earning credit towards your degree. You’ll gain practical workplace experience, helping you gain the skills you need to launch a successful career.

You can major in:

  • Anthropology and Sociology
  • Architecture (co-requisite majors)1
  • Communication and Media Studies
  • Landscape Architecture
  • Law and Society
  • Linguistics
  • Music Studies
  • Political Science and International
  • Psychology in Society
  • Psychology (double major)
  • Work and Employment Relations
  • and many more..

1 The Architecture co-requisite majors are two majors which must be taken together.

As a Biomedical Science student, you’ll be taught by world-class researchers in cutting-edge laboratories and tutorial rooms, at UWA’s main campus and at the Queen Elizabeth II Health Campus (QEII). After graduating, you could pursue a career or further study in areas as diverse as clinical practice, medical technology, medical research or public health.

Why study Biomedical Science?

The Bachelor of Biomedical Science is a practical degree that equips students with the essential knowledge and skills to impact the health of people and populations. You will first gain a sound understanding of how the human body functions in healthy and diseased states, barriers to healthcare and methods for treatment. This degree could lead you to a career developing public health policy or designing medicines to alleviate symptoms or vaccines to prevent diseases.

Career-ready

You’ll be given the opportunity to participate in community engagement through structured visits to health organisations, voluntary work experience programs, field trips and assignments linked with the health sector. You’ll also gain critical skills in laboratory practice and research.

You can major in:

  • Aboriginal Health and Wellbeing
  • Anatomy and Human Biology
  • Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
  • Exercise and Health
  • Genetics
  • Medical Sciences1
  • Microbiology and Immunology
  • Neuroscience
  • Pathology and Laboratory Medicine
  • Pharmacology
  • Physiology
  • Population Health
  • Science Communication

1 The Medical Sciences major requires a 94 ATAR. Quota restrictions apply for this course.

Why study Commerce?

The Bachelor of Commerce focuses on the factors that drive economic behaviour at both an individual and organisational level. Your studies will equip you with the analytical, communication and problem-solving skills to effectively identify issues, source information and find efficient and practical solutions. The course has been tailored in consultation with representatives from leading local and international organisations, ensuring you graduate with an industry relevant degree.

Learn from leading academics, develop high-level industry networks and graduate with a degree that can take you anywhere in the world. UWA’s internationally accredited Business School celebrates strong links with the business community, allowing for insights into leading industry practice.

With a multitude of Business School student societies, you can attend professional development, networking and social events, all while taking part in a student managed investment fund, leading a social entrepreneurship project or launching your own start-up enterprise.

Career-ready

Apply your business knowledge to real-world situations by undertaking a business practicum or by taking part in national and international competitions run by leading organisations.

You can major in:

  • Accounting
  • Business Law
  • Economics
  • Finance
  • Human Resource Management
  • Management
  • Marketing
  • Professional Economics (double major)

The Bachelor of Science focuses on understanding and improving the natural world through systematic observation, experimentation, modelling and calculation. The Bachelor of Science gives you the opportunity to harness the skills and knowledge necessary to make a real contribution to the global challenges facing humanity.

Why study Science?

Scientists study the nature of the universe, its properties, the life that exists within it and the laws that govern the behaviour of all matter. As a student you’ll investigate the big issues confronting our planet including climate change, diagnosis and treatment of disease, healthy lifestyles, food sustainability and conserving biodiversity. The importance of science is recognised by industry, business and government. You will acquire skills that make you highly employable, such as critical thinking and problem solving.

Beyond your degree

The skills you gain when studying the Bachelor of Science form the foundation of a great science education and are highly valued and sought-after by employers. These include reason, logic, observation, analysis, resourcefulness, communication, creativity, imagination and experimentation. Science graduates are in demand worldwide with job opportunities across a range of sectors. If you choose to pursue further study, a master’s degree by research or a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) will enable you to move into a career in scientific research.

You can major in:

  • Agricultural Science
  • Anatomy and Human Biology
  • Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
  • Chemistry
  • Computer Science
  • Conservation Biology
  • Data Science
  • Engineering Science
  • Exercise and Health
  • Genetics
  • Marine Science
  • Microbiology and Biology
  • Neuroscience
  • Physiology
  • Psychological Science
  • Psychology (double major)
  • Science Communication
  • Zoology
  • and many more..

The Bachelor of Philosophy (Honours) is a challenging research-oriented, four-year degree. The course offers an innovative curriculum with an individually designed academic program, focusing on your chosen area of specialisation. In addition to innovative research project work, the course includes a scholarship supported study abroad experience, academic mentoring, high-level communications training, professional skills development and an on-campus residential experience prior to the start of first semester (usually in the week before orientation). This highly competitive course is unique in Western Australia and represents an exciting and distinctive experience for high achieving students.

Why study the Bachelor of Philosophy (Honours)?

The Bachelor of Philosophy (Honours) course ensures you develop high-level research and communication skills that prepare you for the challenges of achieving the highest international standards of excellence. While many graduates will choose to pursue further studies or a career in research, the intensive focus of the degree on developing analytical, teamwork and communication skills will ensure you are highly employable upon graduation.

What can I study?

The Bachelor of Philosophy (Honours) gives you the freedom to choose a major from any field of study within Arts, Biomedical Science, Commerce or Science. It is an integrated honours degree with research embedded throughout the four-year course and the opportunity to learn a language.

Throughout your course you will participate in collaborative and interdisciplinary research projects, work closely with a research mentor from your chosen field of study, develop your own research project with an academic supervisor, present your research orally, produce a research dissertation, undertake an overseas study experience, and have the opportunity to meet international research leaders visiting the University.

Course Description

The MBA Full Time Intensive is a 12-month course designed to equip experienced professionals with the leadership and management skills to transform their careers. The course includes a tailored personal and career development program, in-depth contact with industry and senior executives and a choice of two specialist focus areas: Leadership or Finance. A generous range of scholarships is available.

Course Description

The MBA Flexible includes core studies in all the principal areas of business: accounting and finance, economics, management, marketing, strategy and decision making. A wide range of option units is available in areas including entrepreneurship and innovation, finance, leadership, natural resource management and social impact. In addition, you can choose to participate in extracurricular networking and professional development activities.

Course Description

The Master of Professional Accounting provides training in the technical aspects of the preparation of accounting data; develops your skills in the application of accounting information to solve problems and make decisions; and develops knowledge and skills in related professional disciplines such as finance, taxation, auditing and management. The course is recognised by CPA Australia, the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia and New Zealand, and the Institute of Public Accountants. Graduates who hold an undergraduate degree in  Accounting should seek advice from the Business School before applying for this course.

Course Description

The Master of Commerce includes core studies in all the principal areas of business: accounting, economics, management, marketing, global business and ethics, as well as a range of specialisations and option units. This course is suitable for both business and non-business graduates wishing to gain advanced skills across a broad range of business areas.

Specialisations

Choose from the following specialisations:

  • Accounting
  • Business Information and Logistics Management
  • Economics
  • Employment Relations
  • Finance
  • Human Resource Management
  • Management
  • Marketing

Course Description

The Master of Applied Finance is a practical course designed for graduates who seek a career in finance. The curriculum is designed to complement the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) program. Candidates preparing for the CFA qualification are encouraged to enrol in the Master of Applied Finance as a preparatory course.

Course Description

The Master of Human Resources and Employment Relations (HRER) provides you with the specialist knowledge and expertise to work in human resource management or related fields such as industrial relations, recruitment, employee development or human resources planning. Topics include broad introductory units in HRER, together with specialised units in areas such as assessment and selection, strategic human resource management, negotiation, managing workplace diversity, and international employment relations.

Course Description

The Master of Education introduces you to theory as well as national and international educational practices. You can then connect these considerations with your own experiences to broaden your knowledge and improve your skills. The course also presents an opportunity to select an area of specialisation while maintaining sufficient flexibility for tailoring to your individual needs. The course delivery arrangements are flexible and particularly suited to the requirements of people in full-time careers.

Course Description

The PhD is a program of independent, supervised research that is assessed solely on the basis of a thesis and is examined externally. The work presented for a PhD must be a substantial and original contribution to scholarship, demonstrating mastery of the subject of interest as well as an advance in that field of knowledge.

Course Description

Early Childhood

Early childhood teachers play a critical role in preparing young children for lifelong learning, personal wellbeing and participation in society. This course places a strong emphasis on in-depth knowledge of the research, theory and practical skills required of educators in early childhood settings, from birth to the lower primary years.

The Master of Teaching (Early Childhood) qualifies you to work in government and non-government schools, both in Australia and internationally, as well as in a range of other early childhood settings such as childcare centres.

Primary

Primary teachers are pivotal in helping children build strong foundations and confidence in their learning. This course provides in-depth knowledge on how to support children in their development of knowledge, understanding and skills across a range of learning areas. The Master of Teaching (Primary) qualifies you to teach in primary schools.

Secondary

This course prepares university graduates for a rewarding career in teaching. Candidates must have a degree with a major in the subject that they want to teach and which can be found in the school curriculum. This course aims to graduate highly skilled professionals who have the key practical skills required for effective secondary teaching, informed by current theory and research. As there is a severe shortage of secondary Mathematics and Physics teachers in Australian schools, we particularly encourage students with qualifications in those areas to consider a career in teaching.

Course Description

This advanced program is designed to give tax professionals the expertise necessary to specialise in the complex and varied field of taxation law. Students have the option of specialising in either domestic or international tax law and develop an advanced understanding of the technicalities of tax law in a range of specialist areas. Subjects covered include international tax, resource tax, advanced capital gains and corporate tax, taxation of trusts and transfer pricing.

Course Description

A professional practice coursework program for non-law graduates who are interested in obtaining the academic qualification necessary to practise law in Australia. The course focuses on legal skills, including drafting, legal research and advocacy.

Course Description

The Master of Architecture emphasises the application of concepts to the design of specialised building projects, with a focus on context, environmental performance and sustainability. You complete core units in technology and practice and then direct your study within a range of option units in design, technical and critical studies streams.

Course Description

This course is aimed at advancing knowledge and skills acquired by experienced professionals in engineering, construction, quantity surveying, architecture, project management, and associated industries. The accelerated program extends your practice into powerful and valuable applications of digitally-based, data-rich building information models. You develop your potential to innovate creative and considered solutions for our technological, economic and built futures.

Course Description

The Master of Landscape Architecture emphasises ecological, cultural and social concerns at global, regional and local levels. The degree requires completion of fully resolved projects including a developed design through independent research. Graduates achieve a range of high-level technical, analytical, design and communication skills to meet contemporary challenges.

Course Description

The Master of International Relations prepares graduates for a rewarding career in foreign affairs and diplomacy, government, international and non-governmental organisations, the media, or in education.

The course offers students the opportunity to study regional politics in greater depth with particular focus on the Asia–Pacific region and Africa.

For those students interested in pursuing a career in academia or education, the course offers an optional dissertation component.

The Master of International Relations is also available as a combined two-year course with the Master of International Law.

Course Description

The University of Western Australia, through the cross-disciplinary expertise of the Law School and the School of Social Sciences, is providing a one of-a-kind opportunity for graduates to attain two  sought-after qualifications through the combined Master of International Relations and Master of International Law.

Suited to both legal and non-legal professionals, students acquire both qualifications in a shorter time frame than if undertaking them individually through the granting of advanced standing of key relevant units.

Course Description

The Master of Strategic Communication provides you with advanced skills, knowledge and capabilities required to participate in the contemporary global communications environment.

Through practical and analytical engagement, you gain advanced skills and in depth understanding elevant to a broad range of communications and media roles; capabilities in developing effective communication strategies in a global digital media context; and skills in managing communications projects.

Course Description

The Master of Data Science provides students with the knowledge and skills to understand and apply appropriate analytical methodologies to transform the way an organisation achieves its objectives; to deal effectively with large data management tasks, to master the statistical and machine learning foundations on which data analytics is built; and to evaluate and communicate the effectiveness of new technologies.

Course Description

The course is designed for students and professionals who have a tertiary degree and who seek to develop specialist skills in computing and software engineering. It is ideal for students and professionals who wish to change direction or expand their skill set to pursue a career in IT.

Graduates of this course have the knowledge and skills to anticipate the changing direction of IT and evaluate and communicate the effectiveness of new technologies in order to help an organisation achieve its goals and objectives.

The course has a strong emphasis on the application of contemporary and emerging technologies, including cloud and high performance computing, agile web development and software project design and management.

Course Description

This course is for graduates who have completed undergraduate studies in engineering, mathematics or physics and who want to gain an internationally-recognised qualification to practise as a professional accredited engineer.

The course, designed in consultation with industry, equips you with both outstanding technical and leadership skills and the ability to work creatively as part of a team across the breadth of an engineering challenge in your area of specialisation.

Professional accreditation

The Master of Professional Engineering has been assessed for accreditation by Engineers Australia, the national accrediting body. The Chemical, Civil, Electronic and Electrical, Environmental, Mechanical and Mining Engineering specialisations
received full accreditation in 2016–2017.

Our graduates are recognised internationally through the Washington Accord of the International Engineering Alliance. Additionally, the MPE Chemical Engineering specialisation is accredited by the Institute of Chemical Engineers (IChemE) and Software Specialisation has been provisionally accredited by the Australian Computer Society (ACS).

Professional practicum

The Master’s program focuses on delivering hands-on industry-related learning. As part of your studies, you will complete a 12-week practicum, with at least eight weeks in an engineering environment. The remaining weeks can be undertaken in a general work environment in a capacity unrelated to your MPE specialisation, such as voluntary work or professional development.

Specialisations

Choose from the following specialisations:

• Biomedical Engineering
• Chemical Engineering
• Civil Engineering
• Electrical and Electronic Engineering
• Environmental Engineering
• Mechanical Engineering
• Mining Engineering
• Software Engineering

Course Description

This professional degree provides suitably qualified graduates with the knowledge and skills to enter the dentistry profession upon completion. Studies cover fundamental dental and medical sciences together with clinical practice modules including patient care, preventative and conservative dentistry, restorative dentistry, and child and adolescent dental health. There is early clinical contact from first year.

You actively engage in a research project in the third year, while the final year is occupied by independent but supervised practice which takes place inside and outside the UWA Dental School, with compulsory rural and metropolitan clinical
placements.

Course Description

This course is suitable for qualified graduates wishing to enter the podiatry profession. Podiatrists specialise in the diagnosis and treatment of conditions affecting the lower extremity and, in particular, the foot and ankle. Podiatrists are independent practitioners with the right to perform minor foot surgery under local anaesthesia, refer patients for relevant investigative tests and, if endorsed for scheduled medicines by the Podiatry Board of Australia, administer and prescribe a range of medications necessary for the treatment of podiatric conditions.

Course Description

The professional practice doctorate is for those who seek to enter the medical profession as a doctor. You will undertake a scholarly activity in one of three streams of research, coursework and/or service learning. This is done simultaneously with the core medical rotations in Internal Medicine, Surgery, Psychiatry, General Practice, Women’s and Infants’ Health, and Paediatrics and Child Health. Further rotations are taken in Emergency Medicine, Internal Medicine, Surgery, Cancer, Pain and Palliative Care, Anaesthetics, Rural General Practice and an elective.

Course Description

This course is for those seeking a postgraduate professional qualification in pharmacy for registration as a pharmacist in Australia. Advanced study is offered in the areas of pharmacy practice, clinical pharmacy, pharmaceutics, medicinal chemistry, pharmacotherapy and health systems, and includes practical training in community and hospital pharmacies.

Course Description

This course is suitable for those with any undergraduate degree who would like to pursue a professional qualification in social work. The course is accredited by the Australian Association of Social Workers (AASW).

Course Description

Based in the state-of-the-art AUD$73 million Bayliss Building, the most advanced biomolecular sciences facility in Western Australia. This course has an emphasis on cutting-edge research and its translation to healthy living and to clinical diagnosis and treatment of disease. You are able to focus on advancing your knowledge through coursework or research. The program places strong emphasis on developing research literacy.

Specialisations

Choose from the following specialisations:

• Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
• Human Biology
• Neuroscience
• Physiology

Course Description

Under the guidance of our professional body Exercise and Sports Science Australia (ESSA), Accredited Exercise Physiologists (AEPs) have gained national recognition as allied health professionals with the knowledge and experience to prescribe exercise for people with chronic and complex medical conditions.

Course Description

This course produces psychologists who have the necessary academic and practical foundation, skills and experience to develop into competent clinicians grounded in the scientist practitioner tradition. Such clinicians should be skilled at developing therapeutic relationships with their clients and be competent to work productively and to the benefit of a wide range of clients across a broad variety of settings.

The Doctor of Philosophy and Master of Clinical Neuropsychology has been awarded Conditional Accreditation by the Australian Psychology Accreditation Council (APAC).

Course Description

You will gain highly developed assessment, intervention, research and evaluation, and communication and interpersonal skills in the area of Clinical Psychology. The skills developed are in line with the essential core capabilities and attributes required by the Australian Psychology Accreditation Council (APAC) and the Australian Psychological Society’s (APS) College of Clinical Psychologists, for postgraduate professional courses.

ScholarshipStudy AreaStudy LevelAmount
Global Excellence ScholarshipAll study areas with exclusions on certain coursesUndergraduate, Postgraduateup to A$45,000 for undergraduate studies and up to A$30,000 for postgraduate studies
International Achievement ScholarshipCommerce, Engineering, Computer Science, Data ScienceUndergraduate, Postgraduateup to A$10,000 per year

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