The University of Western Australia
UWA is a leading university ranked in the global top 1% by the Academic Ranking of World Universities. The UWA Energy and Minerals Institute enhances and connects UWA’s talent and capability across the energy and minerals value chain, builds multidisciplinary networks and strengthens partnerships.
UWA plays a vital role in scholarship and discovery of global significance, with the long-term aim to be counted among the top 50 universities (top 0.5%) in the world by 2050. UWA is a member of the Group of Eight (Go8), which is a coalition of Australia’s leading universities that has been operating since 1994, and the only Australian member of the Matakiri group of seven universities (the others are in Europe and New Zealand), which focuses on improving the undergraduate experience. UWA is also part of the Worldwide Universities Network (WUN) which spans 11 countries across six continents and supports the facilitation of collaborative research and the exchange of research staff and students. Through the Energy and Minerals Institute, UWA’s academics are consistently selected to partner with industry and government on global projects that develop new technology for today's resource challenges.