The University of Western Australia Statute (the UWA Statute) governs the University’s internal structure, procedure and practice. It deals with matters of central importance, including the Senate, Convocation, the Student Guild, Admission, Enrolment and Awards.
- The Acts of the Western Australian Parliament cover, among other things, the establishment of the University, its colleges, buildings and teaching hospitals.
- The Statutes govern the University's internal structure, procedure and practice. They deal with matters of central importance, including the Senate, the Schools, the granting of degrees and diplomas and student discipline.
- The University of Western Australia Lands By-Laws
- These by-laws apply to every person, vehicle or thing which is at any time on the Lands of the University.