University of Wollongong

Studying at The University of Wollongong

The University of Wollongong (UOW) will inspire you to follow your passions, find your purpose and connect with the brightest minds across the globe; so together we can contribute towards solving complex social, environmental and economic challenges. We’re here to open doors and support your choices, which is why our students rate their experience at UOW five stars.*

This approach, which emphasises practical experience and real-world learning, will give you the edge in a competitive job market — as a result, UOW graduates are ranked among the top 1 per cent in the world.#

With eight campus locations across NSW, including our newest campus in South Western Sydney, plus a growing reach of international campuses and partner institutions, you can choose where you study. No matter which UOW campus you join, you ultimately become part of a global community of learning.

Advanced study programs are also available for high achieving students, offering you self-directed study and research opportunities — the kind of opportunities not normally available to undergraduate students. Many of our Dean’s Scholar degrees provide you with an academic mentor from your area of study and the chance to potentially fast-track your degree. 

As a university ranked among the top 250 in the world^, a globally recognised and respected degree from UOW is your passport to a world of opportunity.

* Good Universities Guide 2019
# QS Graduate Employability Rankings 2019
^ Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2019

Admission criteria and entry schemes

The minimum qualifications you need before you can be selected for admission to a course of study.

English language proficiency requirements

English language proficiency is an admission requirement for all tertiary courses offered through UAC.

Scholarships and financial assistance

Equity programs to help you access your potential.

About University of Wollongong

Enrolment, campus information and fees and charges.

Courses offered

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Get in touch

tel: 1300 367 869 
+61 2 4221 3218 (international)


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Saturday 3 August 2019