The University's Schools operate under clearly defined sets of rules and regulations.
Schools are established within the University in accordance with the University's Statutes. The following School Governance Constitutions set out the membership, role, powers and responsibilities of the Schools:
- Allied Health, School of
- Biological Sciences, School of
- Biomedical Sciences, School of
- Design, School of
- Earth Science, School of
- Education, Graduate School of
- Engineering, School of
- Human Sciences, School of
- Humanities, School of
- Indigenous Studies, School of
- Molecular Sciences, School of
- Music, Conservatorium of
- Oceans Graduate School
- Physics, Mathematics and Computing, School of
- Population and Global Health, School of
- Psychological Science, School of
- Social Sciences, School of
- UWA Business School
- UWA Dental School
- UWA Law School
- UWA Medical School
- UWA School of Agriculture and Environment
The academic year starts in late February. There is a calendar of principal dates.
Today, there are over 25,000 students enrolled. Comprehensive facts and figures about the University are detailed in the UWA annual report.
Schools are required to review their governance documents at least once a year and to forward any amendments to the Academic Secretary for consideration by the relevant committees. Contact Dr Kabilan Krishnasamy, Academic Secretary for further information.