University of Western Australia
- Country: Australia
- Location: Perth, Western Australia
- Language: English
- Level(s): Undergraduate and Graduate
- Subjects: Most majors
- Length: Academic smemester or year
- Cost: MSU Tuition plus room and board at host institution
- Deadline: March 1 for the following fall; October 1 for the following spring
If you have any questions or need additional information about studying in Australia, contact:
Study Abroad Advisor
Office of International Programs
400 Culbertson Hall
Established in 1911, the University of Western Australia's riverside campus has established itself as one of Perth's best loved landmarks. The campus is widely acclaimed for the beauty of its setting along the Swan River. Today the University enrolls over 19,000 students in 9 Faculties. The campus has students and staff from more than 80 countries with world-class facilities in a magnificent garden setting. UWA is a member of Australia's 'Group of 8' leading research-intensive universities. Its agriculture program has distinguished departments in animal science, agricultural and resource economics, plant sciences, plant nutrition and soil science.
The University of Western Australia offers programs from a wide variety of subjects including:
- Arts and Architecture
- Computer Science
- Science and Engineering
- Social Sciences and Humanities
Located on the banks of the Swan River in Perth the capital city of Australia's largest State -- Western Australia -- the University is the State's longest established tertiary institution.
As a center for learning, it combines the refined traditions of the world's old and great universities with the esprit and excitement of study and research in the 1990s. The University, which opened in 1913, has acquired an international reputation for excellence and enterprise. It is regarded as one of Australia's top research institutions, attracting researchers of world standing across the range of disciplines, with international leaders in many diverse fields.
The University has a strong research culture. Recently it attracted more competitive research funding -- on a per capita basis of staff involved in research -- than any other Australian University. This strength in research makes the University especially appealing to students from across Australia, and from neighboring Asian nations, Europe and America.
The high caliber of its teaching staff, state-of-the-art research facilities, well-equipped lecture theatres and laboratories -- plus a superb range of arts venues that accommodate some of the city's most celebrated cultural events -- provide a learning environment that stimulates both creativity and innovation. From its extensive art collection to its wealth of sporting facilities, the University seeks to meet the cultural and recreational needs of students, staff and the broader community.
Students pay MSU tuition and fees.
Check with Financial Aid to see if your scholarship will apply.
Federal financial aid applies to this program. Check with the financial aid department for more information regarding individual financial aid questions.
The University of Western Australia offers on-campus housing for students as well as resources to help students find off campus accommodation.
Start your online profile and fill out the advising questionnaire at http://www.montana.edu/international/studyabroad/sa_apply.htm
When you have completed your online profile, please contact the study abroad office via email at email@example.com or via phone at 406-994-7151 to set up a one on one advising appointment.
Spring deadline: October 1st
Summer and Fall Deadline: March 1st