University of Western Australia
Neuroscientists investigate areas of the nervous system. How do nervous systems grow, develop and learn? How do we process the sensory stimuli we receive? You’ll be taught by academics with established international reputations in research.
About The Course
Discover the nervous system at all levels, from molecules that make up individual nerve cells and the transfer of information from one nerve cell to another, to the complexities of how behaviour, thought and emotions are produced.
|CRICOS Code||For the course code, kindly refer to the university website.|
|Institution Name||University of Western Australia|
|Campus Location||Albany (selected Level 1 units) Perth|
|Course Duration||3 years (BBiomedSc), 4 years (BBiomedSc[Hons])|
|Course University||University of Western Australia|
The University of Western Australia (UWA) is one of Australia’s leading universities and has an international reputation for excellence in teaching, learning and research. It has almost 24,000 students enrolled across four faculties. A model of broad undergraduate studies followed by postgraduate professional qualifications is designed to produce well-rounded graduates, as well as provide additional entry opportunities for a wider range of students.
As Western Australia’s premier university, UWA was equal first overall in Australia based on key measures in the Good Universities Guide 2016 including student demand, graduate outcomes, graduate starting salaries, finding a full-time job and research grants.The University aims to be counted among the top 50 universities in the world by 2050, and is currently ranked in the top 1% of universities in the world.The University continues to set the standard for other West Australian universities to follow in terms of recognition for its achievements nationally and internationally.