The University of Western Australia
With three campuses in and around Perth, UWA is one of just five Australian institutions ranking in the world’s top 100
Established in 1911, the University of Western Australia is now among the world’s top 100 universities and is responsible for almost 70% of university-based research in Western Australia. It has three campuses in Crawley, Claremont and Albany. The Crawley campus is the university’s main one, set in over 65 hectares by the Swan River in North Perth. Choose accommodation in the North Perth to live within easy reach of the campus.