- 6 Courses
- Private Institution Type
For the past 100 years, UWA has contributed significantly to the intellectual, cultural and economic development of the State of Western Australia and the nation as a whole.
Your degree may include opportunities for practical work or fieldwork, and you will learn the theory in group lectures, group discussions and through independent study. The balance of methods of teaching you will experience depend on the degree you choose.
The type and number of assessments you will need to complete depends on the degree you choose. Some degrees involve regular assessment.
Some may be assessed with one final exam. Some may include both assessments and exams. You may submit coursework, essays and a final dissertation, take part in group work and presentations, or sit exams.
You can study a degree in Australia if you would like to explore your chosen subject in greater depth.
UWA is a research-intensive university and is part of the internationally recognised Group of Eight. With over 130 research and training centres, UWA attracts a high calibre of globally-recognised researchers and postdoctoral research students to carry out important projects.
UWA is one of only two Australian members of the Worldwide Universities Network, a partnership of 18 research-led universities from Europe, Africa, the Americas and the Asia-Pacific region.
The University is also a foundation member of the Matariki Network of high-quality, research-intensive universities with a particular focus on student experience.
Having supported thousands of students on their journey to UWA over the years, it understands the needs of international students.
UWA helps you adapt to life in a new country by surrounding you with a network of support, including a Student Welfare Officer who can advise you on academic, career, health and wellbeing matters.
You’ll find our Academic Support Coordinator on site each day to help you with any areas of study.
Free tutorials are scheduled daily for each subject. This is your time to speak to your teachers one-to-one, or in a small group.
Interactive whiteboards, fitted in most classrooms, enhance your learning experience.
Known for their sense of community and diversity, UWA residences, University Hall, St Catherine’s College, St George’s College, Trinity College and St Thomas More College, are located a short bus ride from the Claremont Campus.
Living here gives you the opportunity to live, socialise and make friends with over 2500 students from around the world, as well as from Australia.
As a stipulation of your student visa, you are required to obtain overseas student health cover. The campus elected provider is Allianz. If you have opted to use Allianz, your healthcare card will be available on campus during orientation. If you have decided to go with another health insurance provider, you are responsible for knowing your health cover details.
Taylors College Perth is located at the UWA Claremont Campus, which offers an inspiring mix of historic buildings, green spaces and modern facilities.
Claremont is a safe and peaceful area that is well served by public transport, so you’ll find that getting to and from class is simple.
The main UWA campus is a short bus ride away, and you will have plenty of opportunity to explore the facilities there during your time at Taylors College Perth.
As a Taylors College student you will be a part of UWA’s friendly student community from day one. You’ll be able to enjoy an active student life and make new friends from all over the world, including Australia.