More than 1800 graduates of The University of Western Australia will receive their degrees, certificates and diplomas at five ceremonies in Winthrop Hall from 13 to 20 September.
Among them are the University's first 16 nursing graduates (Masters of Nursing Science), 61 Masters of Education and 73 Masters of Engineering.
Higher qualifications of PhDs will be conferred on 84 graduates, and a further 13 will receive doctorates in education, business administration and psychology.
The Business School will award the most degrees, with 325 Bachelors of Commerce while 138 students will be awarded Bachelors of Science and 136 Bachelors of Arts.
UWA Vice-Chancellor Professor Alan Robson said the University was proud to continue producing graduates who were able contribute to global solutions and whose qualifications were recognised alongside those from other leading universities.
"Our graduates - many of whom will live and work internationally - help to drive local economies, support civil society and lead effective governments," Professor Robson said.
"The range of skills and accomplishments represented by our graduates exemplifies the breadth of the University itself, where we are fortunate to have leaders in every field of human endeavour."
Michael Sinclair-Jones (UWA Public Affairs) (+61 8) 6488 3229 / (+61 4) 00 700 783