Recognised as one of the best universities in Australia, the University of Western Australia attracts high calibre undergraduate and postgraduate students from Australia and overseas.
UWA graduates have consistently been the best in gaining full-time employment when compared to graduates from other WA universities. They have matched or exceeded national graduate employment rates according to Graduate Destinations Surveys (1999-2007).
UWA offers internationally recognised courses ranging from bachelor's degrees to higher degrees by research across a broad range of traditional and new disciplines.
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The University academic year is divided into two semesters with classes conducted from March to June and July to November.
A students' progress is assessed each semester and results awarded according to a grading scale:
A full list of examination grades is available. Students' academic transcripts will also show a percentage-based Weighted Average Mark reflecting achievement across the duration of their course.