About Western Australia (WA)
Western Australia is composed of five tourism regions including, Perth, Coral Coast, Golden Outback, North West, and South West, each region has it’s own unique experiences for students and visitors. The Western Australia weather and climate is one of the most diverse in Australia – from the tropical north to the temperate south.
CURTIN UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY
Perth, Kalgoorlie, Sydney and Malaysia (Sarawak).
Curtin has a reputation for research and an increased profile with the Chinese government in business, management and research projects, especially supercomputing and minerals and petroleum. The five faculties are: Aboriginal Studies, Business School, Health Sciences, Humanities and Science & Engineering. Curtin is a partner in the African Virtual University and has 90 exchange partnerships.
EDITH COWAN UNIVERSITY (ECU)
Perth and Bunbury
ECU was formed from amalgamations of teachers’ colleges dating back to 1902.There are four faculties: Education and Arts; Computing, Health and Science; Regional Professional Studies and Business and Law which includes schools of Accounting, Finance & Economics, Law & Justice, Management, Marketing and Leisure. Study programs are offered at Bachelor, Master and Doctoral levels.
MURDOCH UNIVERSITY, Perth
Murdoch University is recognised as one of Australia’s leading research institutes. Their Western Australia campus includes a Vet hospital, Engineering pilot plant, Chiropractic clinic and Media Arts Centre while their campuses in Singapore and Dubai offer TV and Radio stations, Newsrooms and Editing suites. With their 18,000 students, including 2,000 from 90 countries overseas, Murdoch University prides itself on helping to make a difference in the world.
UNIVERSITY OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA (UWA)
Perth and Albany.
Established in 1911, The University of Western Australia is one of Australia’s leading universities and has an international reputation for excellence in teaching, learning and research. A dynamic and progressive university, UWA is a member of the prestigious Group of Eight partnership of leading Australian universities and offers a diverse range of courses.
UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME
Fremantle, Broome and Sydney.
This private Roman Catholic university was established in 1990 in Freemantle and has strong links with the American university of the same name in Indiana. A Sydney campus was established at Chippendale in 2006 followed by a new Medical School at Darlinghurst in 2008. Faculties include Law, Arts, Sciences, Business, Education, Medicine, Nursing and Theology.