The University of Western Australia (UWA)

Doctor of Clinical Dentistry

The University of Western Australia (UWA)

Institution
Institution Title :
The University of Western Australia (UWA)
Local Title :
The University of Western Australia
Institution Type :
Government
Country :
Australia
Location :
Perth
Website :
https://www.uwa.edu.au/
Total Number of Students :
25,000
Course
Course Title :
Doctor of Clinical Dentistry
Program :
Masters Degree (Extended) of Dental Studies
Level :
Masters Degree (Extended)
Faculty :
Health
Broad Field :
Health
Narrow Field :
Dental Studies
Detailed Field :
Dentistry
Foundation Studies :
No
Work Component :
No
Course Language :
English
Duration (Weeks) :
156 weeks
Tuition Fees Range :
207,000 AUD (Non Tuition Fee: 939 AUD)
Dual Qualification :
No
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Address :
International Centre
The University of Western Australia
35 Stirling Highway
CRAWLEY
Western Australia  6009
Title: The University of Western Australia

The University of Western Australia (UWA) is a public university located in Perth, Western Australia. UWA was established in 1911 and is the sixth-oldest university in Australia. UWA is classed one of the "sandstone universities", also belonging to the Group of Eight and the Matariki Network of Universities.

UWA graduates go on to positively impact society – from Nobel Prize-winning scientists such as Professor Barry Marshall, to entrepreneurs like Mecca Cosmetica founder Jo Horgan and politicians such as former Prime Minister Bob Hawke. 

UWA is also home to Fields Medal winner Professor Akshay Venkatesh; Decjuba CEO/owner Tania Austin; comedian, writer and musician Tim Minchin; and Academy Award winner Shaun Tan.

Schools

  • Business School
  • Conservatorium of Music
  • Dental School
  • Graduate Research School
  • Graduate School of Education
  • Law School
  • Medical School
  • Oceans Graduate School
  • School of Allied Health
  • School of Biological Sciences
  • School of Biomedical Sciences
  • School of Design
  • School of Earth Sciences
  • School of Engineering
  • School of Human Sciences
  • School of Humanities
  • School of Indigenous Studies
  • School of Molecular Sciences
  • School of Physics, Mathematics and Computing
  • School of Population and Global Health
  • School of Psychological Science
  • School of Social Sciences
  • UWA School of Agriculture and Environment

Rankings

#93 in the World, QS World University Rankings 2022

#96 in the World, Academic Ranking of World Universities 2021

#132 in the World, Times World University Rankings 2022

Rankings by Subject

QS World University Rankings 2021

No 13 in Australia and 101-150th in the World for Accounting and Finance No 2 in Australia and 26th in the World for Anatomy and Physiology

No 8 in Australia and 101-120th in the World for Anthropology

No 9 in Australia and 101-150th in the World for Archaeology

No 10 in Australia and 168th in the World for Arts and Humanities

No 7 in Australia and 111th in the World for Biological Sciences

No 8 in Australia and 150th in the World for Business and Management

No 13 in Australia and 251-300th in the World for Chemistry

No 15 in Australia and 151-200th in the World for Communication & Media Studies

No 14 in Australia and 251-300th in the World for Computer Science and Information Systems

No 2 in Australia and 37th in the World for Earth & Marine Sciences

No 12 in Australia and 151-200th in the World for Economics

No 14 in Australia and 101-150th in the World for Education & Training

No 9 in Australia and 201-250th in the World for Chemical Engineering

No 6 in Australia and 47th in the World for Civil & Structural Engineering

No 13 in Australia and 151-200th in the World for Electrical & Electronic Engineering

No 10 in Australia and 151-200th in the World for Mechanical, Aeronautical & Manufacturing Engineering

No 4 in Australia and 6th in the World for Mineral & Mining Engineering

No 5 in Australia and 51-100th in the World for Petroleum Engineering

No 11 in Australia and 163rd in the World for Engineering & Technology

No 9 in Australia and 101-150th in the World for English Language and Literature

No 8 in Australia and 99th in the World for Environmental Sciences

No 10 in Australia and 101-150th in the World for Geography

No 2 in Australia and 36th in the World for Geology

No 4 in Australia and 45th in the World for Geophysics

No 9 in Australia and 151-200th in the World for History

No 12 in Australia and 101-150th in the World for Law & Legal Studies

No 7 in Australia and 100th in the World for Life Sciences & Medicine

No 9 in Australia and 151-200th in the World for Linguistics

No 10 in Australia and 151-200th in the World for Mathematics

No 8 in Australia and 127th in the World for Medicine

No 9 in Australia and 201-250th in the World for Modern Languages

No 8 in Australia and 147th in the World for Natural Sciences

No 9 in Australia and 51-100th in the World for Performing Arts

No 7 in Australia and 101-150th in the World for Pharmacy & Pharmacology

No 11 in Australia and 151-200th in the World for Philosophy

No 9 in Australia and 201-250th in the World for Physics & Astronomy

No 6 in Australia and 41st in the World for Psychology

No 7 in Australia and 166th in the World for Social Sciences & Management

No 11 in Australia and 101-150th in the World for Sociology

No 6 in Australia and 28th in the World for Sports Related Subjects

Campuses

UWA’s main campus is home to 25,000 students, with more than 4,000 international students hailing from 100 countries. They also have an Albany campus in the heart of the South West (a five-hour drive from Perth), and UWA Health Campus at the Queen Elizabeth II Medical Centre, along with additional facilities in Claremont and Nedlands.

UWA Perth

There’s much more to UWA’s campus than iconic Winthrop Tower greeting you from Stirling Highway. UWA Perth provides a mix of high-tech facilities, studios, labs, tutorial spaces, lecture and performance theatres, in addition to uni essentials like libraries, cafés, shops, health services, sporting venues and more. With a lively cultural scene, including a museum, gallery and seasonal open-air theatre, UWA is like its own vibrant city. 

Set against a backdrop of lush gardens, our campus celebrates heritage-listed buildings alongside striking new facilities. The beloved sandstone pillars and arches that adorn our grounds also attract visitors year-round. From campus, it’s an easy walk, cycle or drive to significant, treasured landmarks such as Kings Park, Cottesloe Beach, Fremantle, and more.

UWA Health Campus 

Located on the grounds on the Queen Elizabeth II Medical Centre, this training site includes two major public hospitals and is home to internationally renowned organisations. UWA academics and students feature throughout these organisations, where they engage in world-leading research and clinical teaching. 

UWA Albany

Sitting along the town’s café strip just a five-hour drive from Perth is UWA’s southwest campus, UWA Albany. Studying in Albany can be an excellent transition year for country school leavers who want to start their studies without the stress and expense of moving to the city. 

 

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