The UWA School of Agriculture and Environment (SAgE) is a comprehensive, research-intensive school that spans the broad disciplines of Agricultural and Resource Economics, Agricultural Science, Environmental Science and Geography and Planning.
The school is strategically located in one of the world’s biodiversity hotspots and is surrounded by a wealth of agricultural, natural and mining resources. Our teaching and research benefits from a network of both national and international collaborators and has a strong track record in PhD supervision and external research grant success.
The Australian Research Council rated Agricultural Science as 'above world standards' and Environmental Science as 'well above world standards' during the last Excellence in Research Australia assessment.
Teaching and Research is translated into practice and policy through our strong industry and government links in areas related to agricultural and environmental management, regional development, and urban policy and planning.
The School is responsible for undergraduate majors (including honours) in Agricultural Science, Environmental Sciences, Geographical Sciences, Human Geography and Planning, Natural Resource Management, and contributes to the Marine Science and Agribusiness majors.
At a postgraduate level the School leads master's degrees in Agricultural Science, Agricultural Economics, Biotechnology, Environmental Science, Geographic Information Science, International Development, and Urban and Regional Planning.