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University of Western Australia rises in university rankings

The University of Western Australia (UWA), continues to strengthen its position on the international stage with further increases achieved in its University rankings. According to the 2017 Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU) UWA has been ranked 91 in the world, increasing its position by five places on the previous year. For the first time, UWA have also entered the top 100 universities worldwide in the 2017/18 QS World University Rankings at number 96.

UWA have been ranked Australia’s best in four major subject areas in the latest ARWU results, those include biological sciences, agricultural sciences, as well as marine/ocean engineering, and environmental science and engineering. These results reinforce the excellence achieved by our University partner and their focus on providing world class tertiary education.

Taylors Perth provides international students the ideal pathway to study at the University of Western Australia. Choosing from the UWA Foundation Program or the Taylors Diploma of Commerce or Diploma of Science, students will attain the skills they need to succeed in their chosen degree at university and beyond.

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