The Albany Centre

Study InBroad

Steve Hopper Teaching

Have you considered studying part of your degree in another place?

Spend a semester at UWA Albany

Why not choose to spend a semester or more studying your Arts, Commerce or Science course whilst enjoying all the fantastic recreational, cultural and social activities in the region? If you are studying at least one of the majors available at UWA Albany then you will be eligible to continue your course at the campus.
Find out more on the majors available at UWA Albany and the units you can choose to study.

Study InBroad

Study InBroad is a unique study package designed to enable metropolitan students in the third year of their undergraduate degree to broaden their study experience by continuing their degree in Albany for a semester or two. This is available for Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Arts students enrolled in one of the majors offered in Albany.

The package will include recreational group activities which may include weekend trekking on the Bibbulmun Track, climbing Bluff Knoll, cycling the Munda Biddi trail, a visit to the National Anzac Centre or other exciting Southern coastline activities.

An important and underlying element of the study package is the opportunity to enrol in unique Albany based units. Choose from Research Residency in Albany - Part A, Research Residency in Albany - Part B, or Research Residency in Albany (Science). A key feature of these units is the opportunity to develop industry partnerships and networks through projects working with professionals from government agencies, historical, cultural and environmental groups.

Group Sitting at CafeAbout UWA Albany

Situated in the hub of the city, the campus is located on Albany’s café strip and close to shops and other local amenities. A friendly, welcoming community combined with small class sizes provides an alternative study experience. Expert tutors provide personalised attention and assist you to achieve your best.

A vibrant student committee plan regular social events and participate in community activities.

Gap and Natural Bridge

About Albany

UWA Albany is located 400kms south of Perth, Albany is connected by a well-maintained highway. It has a daily plane and bus service. Located in a biodiversity hotspot, Albany is close to some of the most spectacular beaches and scenery in Australia. Award winning wineries, the city’s rich historic heritage, the National Anzac Centre and renowned walk and bike trails are just some of the features to explore and enjoy.


There’s lots of affordable accommodation available. You can choose to share a rental house with other students or friends, stay at the dedicated student housing facility Norman House – located directly opposite the campus. Like the UWA Albany campus, Norman House is centrally located to all amenities such as shops, buses, restaurants, the library and health care. It offers modern, streamline self-contained accommodation and is a secure complex with modern, well-equipped shared kitchen facilities. Each room is equipped with an en-suite bathroom, basic furniture in each room, including a bed and desk as well as spacious shared living areas with TV.  Accommodation ranges $150 – $160 per week. Norman House is administered by the Great Southern Community Housing Association. There’s the option to take advantage of cheap student rates offered at Six Degrees, an urban retro hotel facility with dormitory accommodation located in Albany’s CBD overlooking Princess Royal Harbour and walking distance to uni.