The University of Western Australia (UWA) is ranked in the World’s Top 100 universities (QS 2020) and the only Western Australian university in the Group of Eight. Situated in Perth, one of the world’s top 10 cities, UWA is home to globally recognized scholars such as Nobel Laureate Professor Barry Marshall. Seven of our subjects are ranked in the World’s Top 50, and we are proud to have a network of more than 5,000 UWA Alumni in Malaysia.

The UWA course model is progressive, personalized, and benchmarked against the world’s leading universities. Students can choose from five bachelor’s degrees: Arts, Biomedical Science, Commerce, Science and Philosophy – and students won’t be limited to one major. UWA course model means students can major in two areas. Choosing to complete two majors during the three-year bachelor’s degree means students will broaden their knowledge across multiple disciplines.

Students also don’t need to confirm the major, or majors, until the end of first year, so they can explore their strengths and interests without losing time or money. Once students have graduated from the first degree, they can go straight into the workforce or continue to postgraduate study.