As an undergraduate (high school leavers and those studying at university for the first time) you will be able to choose from a range of discipline areas (majors) in the three-year Bachelor of Science (BSc) degree.
Students enrolled in one of the other UWA Bachelor's degrees can still study science as a second major or through broadening, complementary or elective units.
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The Peer Assisted Learning Program (PAL) gives first-year students enrolled in core units the opportunity to work collaboratively in small groups with guidance from trained student leaders who have recently completed the unit successfully.
Postgraduate degrees by coursework will allow you to gain specialised qualifications and skills and include Graduate Certificates, Graduate Diplomas and Masters programs.
A Masters by Thesis and Coursework provides students with the opportunity to further develop their knowledge through a combination of coursework and the opportunity to undertake independent research in their chosen area of study.
Research degrees include a Master of Science or PhD and involve a major research investigation or a series of related research projects, the results of which make a significant contribution to the knowledge and understanding in a field of study.
The International Centre provides support and information for international students on admission, fees and visas.
International students can: