Postgraduate applications for 2016 are now open. Studying a postgraduate course from UWA can introduce you to a world of new career opportunities. You’ll get to study alongside other like-minded, passionate peers and learn from leading academics in your field, making global connections that could lead to a successful long term career.
There are more than 130 postgraduate courses offered at UWA, including the Master of Business Administration, Master of Agricultural Science and Master of Translation Studies. UWA’s courses are designed in response to industry and society needs and help you to develop a thorough understanding of an area of study, or allow you to diversify your educational background.
UWA’s flexible course structure gives you the opportunity to pursue a postgraduate qualification which builds on your undergraduate degree, or to study something completely new. Professional qualifications at UWA are offered at a postgraduate degree level and include Architecture, Dentistry, Engineering, Law, Medicine, Social Work and Teaching.
Furthermore, UWA is committed to the highest standards of resesarch and our Faculties and Graduate Research School offer an exciting range of postgraduate higher degree research programs.
We asked a few of our current postgraduate students about their experience:
Throughout my postgraduate studies at UWA, I have been given great opportunities to network with professionals from a wide range of industries.
Hannah Dawson | Postgraduate Student, Master of Professional Engineering (Environmental)
I chose to undertake my postgraduate studies at UWA because my undergraduate experience assured me of the quality of teaching and the industry recognition afforded to graduates of UWA.
Jessie Poon | Postgraduate student, Juris Doctor
As a student based within both the Schools of Music and Humanities, UWA has been an exciting environment where my interdisciplinary work is not only possible, but also strongly encouraged. The flexibility of postgraduate courses at UWA offers potential students a myriad of possibilities.
Makoto Takao | PhD Candidate, School of Music