Confucius once said ‘Choose a job you love, and you will never have to work a day in your life.’ Learn about the colourful careers of our successful graduates to help you choose a major and a career that is right for you.
Archaeology is the study of past civilizations by the recovery and examination of what they left behind. If you’ve ever wanted a career that merges geography, history and the outdoors, read on about our Masters program. Apply from April 28 to start in July 2014.
At this year's Open Day you'll find all the information you need on UWA's undergrad and postgrad courses. You can tour the residential colleges to find out what it’s like to live on campus and there'll also be a range of hands-on activities, live music, entertainment and sporting matches around campus.
The Faculty of Arts is a founding faculty of the University which has an inspiring history of highly successful graduates and outstanding research results which have made a valuable contribution to Western Australia, Australia and internationally.
The Faculty provides a culture of international excellence in research, teaching and learning, and has over 3000 students studying a range of undergraduate and postgraduate courses through the Schools of Humanities, Music, and Social Sciences.
The School of Humanities primarily studies human culture with a significant historical element and includes Classics and Ancient History, History, English and Cultural Studies, Medieval and Early Modern Studies, Gender Studies, Philosophy and European Languages and Studies including French, German and Italian languages.
The School of Music is a vibrant centre of music education and research with strong ties to the community through outreach programs, junior music, concerts and Friends of UWA Music. Music students have the opportunity to learn in a variety of ways including performance, composition, history and education.