Offering a wide range of contemporary and innovative degrees, the University of Western Sydney's Sciences programs combine advanced academic knowledge with practical real life training. With inspiring academics, smaller class sizes and state-of-the art facilities, you will have everything you need to pursue an exciting scientific career.
UWS has a number of hightech instruments that provide scientists with the opportunity to perform cutting edge research. The Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometer (SIMS) provides chemical analysis of surfaces, and just below the surface, of a range of materials with a sensitivity up to parts per billion. The unique Confocal Bio-Imaging Facility is a multi-user imaging and microanalysis facility allowing researchers to study how genes, molecules and proteins work and interact in living cells and organisms. The Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) Facility is arguably the best of its kind in the Southern Hemisphere, and contains three spectrometers that can be used to study areas such as drug binding, diffusion in porous systems ranging from sandstone to polymers to brain tissue, plants and water flow, and supercooled liquids and biological tissues.
Note: International students are only able to enrol on a full-time study mode.
Key: F = Full Time, P = Part Time