The UWA Master of Physics (Astronomy and Astrophysics) is a two-year degree full-time by coursework and dissertation that is open to both domestic and international students. Not only does the degree give an ideal preparation for undertaking a PhD in Astronomy & Astrophysics, but will also equip the student with skills highly sort after in industry and business.
The two-year degree has a total workload of 2.0 EFTSL (measured as 96 credit points at UWA). Students undertake ten coursework units and six research units, with each unit being 0.125 EFTSL.
- Course Structure and Unit Selection
- Example Study Plans
- Research Areas and Projects
- Admission Requirements, Fees, and How to Apply
- Postgraduate Coursework Units Taught by ICRAR
If you are interested in applying, contact the course coordinator, Matthew Young, and begin your journey into the exciting world of Astronomy and Astrophysics at UWA.