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UOW COLLEGE

UOW COLLEGE

Offering guaranteed pathways to UOW Wollongong, South Western Sydney, Bateman's Bay & Shoalhaven.

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UOW STUDENTS GET THE JOBS

UOW STUDENTS GET THE JOBS

73 per cent of UOW graduates secured full time employment within four months of graduating.

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PERSONALISED EXPERIENCE

PERSONALISED EXPERIENCE

With over 300 degrees, and passionate lecturers who take time to know you - what will you study?

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See for yourself

See for yourself

See how UOW stack's up against other Australian universities on the Quality Indicators for Learning and Teaching website.

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A CAMPUS LIKE NO OTHER

A CAMPUS LIKE NO OTHER

Only an hour from Sydney, the UOW Wollongong campus sits amongst 83 hectares of landscaped Australian bushland, only 5 minutes from the beach.

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5-STAR EDUCATION

5-STAR EDUCATION

UOW received the most stars in the 2017 Good Universities Guide, including five star ratings in seven categories.

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A REAL SOCIAL NETWORK

A REAL SOCIAL NETWORK

With 120 student clubs and over 50 sporting teams, your UOW calendar will be full of social, sporting and cultural events.

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Study close to home With 7 NSW locations, including Wollongong and a new campus in Liverpool, it's possible to study where you are.

UOW’s metropolitan campuses in Liverpool and Loftus provide local access to world-class education, and offer degrees that are tailored to each region’s growing and changing workforce. These campuses are keeping the city’s brightest minds close to home, right where they are needed.
 

 UOW’s regional campuses mean you can choose where you want to study – explore life in a new town or stay closer to the familiar comforts of home.
 

Don’t let 2017 pass you by

Mid-year applications are now open and it’s time to find your why. Follow your passion and start a degree at UOW – NSW''s top rated university*

Find your why

Over the past ten years more than 6,000 non-school leavers have graduated from UOW. There are people at all stages of life earning their degrees at UOW right now. So if you’ve just finished TAFE, on a gap year, or simply looking for a career with more purpose – don’t let 2017 pass you by. Compare universities for yourself using the Australian Government's Quality Indicators for Learning and Teaching.

*2017 QILT rankings

Mia Donaldson

“Moving to Wollongong was a big change, but I didn’t lose anything. I gained so many new friends from all parts of the world and becoming more independent opened up a world of new experiences. Through my clinical placements I can see my dream career is within reach.”

Mia Donaldson Bachelor of Nursing
Abdul Lawal

“I’ve found a great balance at UOW. Once you settle into a rhythm of good habits, good marks follow. There have been times when I have been stressed about marks, but talking it through with friends and lecturers – who always make themselves available – is a huge help.”

Abdul Lawal Bachelor of Arts (Psychology)
Amy Wilson

“My favourite place on campus would have to be McKinnon Lawn – listening to the running water of the stream and wildlife is very relaxing. Studying something I enjoy helps to maintain my motivation to do well and, ultimately, secure a job that I will enjoy.”

Amy Wilson Bachelor of Business Information Systems
Campbell Jirgens

“My first year engineering class tutor not only answered my endless questions, he’d even run study sessions at our student accommodation in his own time. His enthusiasm gave me the drive to not only get though my subjects but to excel.”

Campbell Jirgens Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) - Mechanical Engineering
Lydia Zheng

“I love children and I love everything about primary school. UOW is helping me discover who I am and reinforcing my passion for teaching. I’m gaining confidence with all the professional placements and school visits we do each year.”