- Bachelor of Bionanotechnology (Honours) (Dean's Scholar)
- Bachelor of Bionanotechnology (Honours)
- Bachelor of Communication & Media | Bachelor of Science
- Bachelor of Conservation Biology (Honours)
- Bachelor of Conservation Biology (Honours) (Dean's Scholar)
- Bachelor of Environmental Science (Honours)
- Bachelor of Environmental Science (Honours) (Dean's Scholar)
- Bachelor of Marine Science
- Bachelor of Marine Science (Honours)
- Bachelor of Marine Science (Honours) (Dean's Scholar)
- Bachelor of Medical Biotechnology (Honours)
- Bachelor of Medical Biotechnology (Honours) (Dean's Scholar)
- Bachelor of Medicinal Chemistry (Honours)
- Bachelor of Medicinal Chemistry (Honours) (Dean's Scholar)
- Bachelor of Science (Biological Sciences)
- Bachelor of Science (Bionanotechnology)
- Bachelor of Science (Chemistry)
- Bachelor of Science (Conservation Biology)
- Bachelor of Science (Environment)
- Bachelor of Science (Geology)
- Bachelor of Science (Honours)
- Bachelor of Science (Honours) (Dean's Scholar)
- Bachelor of Science (Medical Biotechnology)
- Bachelor of Science (Medicinal Chemistry)
- Bachelor of Science (Physical Geography & Environmental Geosciences)
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- Graduate Certificate in Biofabrication
- Graduate Certificate in Regulatory Science
- Graduate Certificate in Science
- International Graduate Certificate in Science
- International Graduate Diploma in Science
- International Master of Science
- Master of Science (Biotechnology)
- Master of Science (Chemistry)
- Master of Science (Earth and Environmental Sciences)
- Master of Science (Environmental Biology)
- Master of Science (Medicinal Chemistry)
- Master of Science and Management
- Doctor of Philosophy Integrated
- Doctor of Philosophy (Science)
- Master of Philosophy (Biofabrication)
- Master of Philosophy (Biological Sciences)
- Master of Philosophy (Chemistry)
- Master of Philosophy (Electromaterials)
- Master of Philosophy (Environmental Science)
- Master of Philosophy (Health, Science and Medicine)
- Master of Research
Why study at UOW
The most exciting thing about science is that no matter how many new discoveries are made, there are still endless questions out there to be answered.
You study science because your inquisitive nature leads you to ask the important questions. Learn how to use the answers to advance society and protect our natural world.
The government’s Labour Market Information Portal forecasts growth of 14.4 per cent in the Professional, Scientific and Technical Services Industry from 2014 to 2019, which means more exciting career options for scientists.
The best in NSW/ACT
- The Federal Government’s Quality Indicators for Learning and Teaching (QILT) ranked UOW in 2017 as the best university in New South Wales and the ACT for Agriculture and Environmental Studies, and second among all universities in New South Wales and the ACT for Science and Mathematics.
- UOW also ranked in the top 150 universities in the world for Chemistry and Materials Science, and top 200 universities in the world for Earth and Marine Sciences in the QS World University Rankings by Subject 2017.
Flinders Ranges: The Golden Age of Rock
In July 2016 a group of geology students from the University of Wollongong and the University of Colorado embarked on a two-week journey through the South Australian outback.
Then continue to watch Simona explain how she found her 'why' at UOW.
Why study Science at UOW
- Our new $35 million Sciences Teaching Facility is equipped with the latest technologies to assist your learning.
- Learn the most current knowledge direct from leading researchers who are keen to instil their passion for science into every student.
- You’ll spend close to half your course hours out in the field or doing practical work in our modern labs where data can be analysed as its being collected.
- Our campus location offers a wide range of coastal, freshwater, bushland and geologically diverse environments, right on our doorstep.
- Help make ground-breaking discoveries working alongside our scientists in areas such as medical biotechnology, climate change, anti-cancer drugs and biodiversity.
- Engage with like-minded students and join a network of individuals making a difference.
UOW's $80 million Centre of Molecular and Life Sciences is its biggest ever self-funded research infrastructure investment.
The purpose-built collaborative research centre will be equipped with world-leading technologies, centred around the revolutionary $7m Titan Krios cryo-electron microscope.
The three metre tall, one tonne Titan Krios microscope—one of only a handful in the world and only the second, but most advanced, in Australia— is the world’s most powerful and flexible high-resolution electron microscope for biological research.
Overview of careers
Whether you study earth and environmental science, life science, molecular science or international science, an exciting and meaningful career awaits.Agricultural Adviser
- Cartographer (Mapping)
- Coastal or Estuarine Management Officer
- Conservation Biologist
- Drug Regulation Officer
- Environmental Consultant
- Food Chemist
- Forensic Scientist
- Laboratory Assistant
- Marine or Fisheries Biologist
- Materials Scientist
- Medical Biotechnologist
- Medical Researcher
- Science Teacher
- Veterinary Researcher
UOW is in the top 1% for graduates as rated by global employers: UOW is consistently ranked in the top 1% of universities in the world for the quality of our graduates, ranking in the 151-200 band in the 2018 QS Graduate Employability Rankings.
Study abroad was part of my degree because science isn’t just restricted to a country, it’s everywhere. I did one semester in Colorado, and one semester in Ireland. Studying overseas has allowed me to form connections in two very different places and hopefully that can be a stepping-stone. I want to combine my passion and knowledge of immunology to create a vaccine.
International Bachelor of Science (Biological Sciences)
When it came to choosing a university, Wollongong’s diverse natural environments and the quality of the science program at UOW were too much to ignore. The various field trips and practicals were invaluable. My role at Gnaraloo means I’m on the beach most days and some nights undertaking digital mapping, spatial analysis and monitoring the turtles.
Bachelor of Marine Science (Honours) Scientific Intern, Gnaraloo Turtle Conservation Program
On graduating, Catherine earned one of only 12 places in the Sydney Water Graduate Program. “I intend to take full advantage of the flexibility of the Graduate Program and try policy, infrastructure planning and human resources. I've come to realise that of all the things I learned at UOW, the ability to communicate is perhaps the most important.
International Bachelor of Science, Graduate Production Officer, Sydney Water Corporation