Dear Institutional Partners and friends of UWA around the world,
We are sincerely heartened by the way our global education community has come together to tackle the COVID-19 pandemic. We are all thinking of each other and providing unwavering support during these unprecedented times.
The University Western Australia (UWA) has taken several measures to ensure the safety and well-being of our students, staff and the wider University community, and, at the same time we are continually developing and refining academic solutions, many online, so that all students are able to continue with their UWA studies with minimal disruption.
Rest assured that everyone at UWA is working tirelessly to ensure each international student and researcher is receiving the support they need to continue their studies/research and move through this unsettling period while away from their normal support network of family and friends.
We would like to wish you all the very best during this time. Should you have any queries relating to your partnership with us, please do not hesitate to contact the Director of our Global Engagement Office at email@example.com.
For more information and regular updates, please visit our COVID-19 website.
We focus on global engagement by identifying internationalisation opportunities, establishing new strategic partnerships, and maintaining strong relationships with key education, research, public and private organisations worldwide. We support and facilitate student exchange and study abroad opportunities, international education on campus from study tours to joint degrees and pathway programs, research links through international networks and more. Whether you are a future student, collaborative partner, or an international visitor, we look forward to welcoming you to Perth and UWA.
Fri, 03 Apr 2020
A new autonomous robot developed by engineers at NASA and tested in Antarctica by a team of researchers, including an engineer from The University of Western Australia, is destined for a trip into outer space and could, in the future, search for signs of life in ocean worlds beyond Earth.
Thu, 02 Apr 2020
The Falkor, the 83-metre-long oceanographic research vessel, was home to a team of international scientists lead by Dr Julie Trotter, an ARC Future Fellow from UWA, on a month long expedition to explore the unchartered depths of the Bremer, Leeuwin, and Perth submarine canyons located off the south west coast of Western Australia.
Wonder Women everywhere: female achievement front and centre at IOMRC International Women’s Day Celebrations
Fri, 27 Mar 2020
“Why and how to have women in the mix?" This big question formed the focal point of this year’s IOMRC International Women’s Day celebrations, held on 10 March.