University of Western Sydney

University of Western Sydney

Introduction:
The University of Western Sydney doesn’t have one campus, it has six, spread across greater western Sydney. These campuses are situated in Parramatta, Penrith, Bansktown, Campbelltown, Hawkesbury and Blacktown (Nirimba Education Precinct), with a wide range of education opportunities at each.

UWS officially started its operations on 1 January, 1989, and the university has grown across greater western Sydney ever since. There are over 39,700 students enrolled across these campuses.

Its most populated campus is Parramatta, and the most enrolments are  in the fields of Management and Commerce, followed by degrees in the fields of Society and Culture. UWS has an extensive Law program, available at a number of campuses, where students can combine their study with a range of other degrees. There is a unique focus on pathways to Education, and an endless choice of Engineering options. Study Medicine in state-of-the-art facilities, or enjoy a stimulating real-life education in an Arts degree.

There is an enormous amount of research being generated from UWS, and the opportunities to get published make for an exciting education. Its high standard is making waves nationally and internationally. There is a unique and diverse range of options for study at the University of Western Sydney.

Arts & Education

Arts & Education

The School of Humanities and Communications Arts at UWS offers a huge range of undergraduate degrees, both single and combined programs. The degrees spread across eight disciplinary fields.

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Law

Law

The School of Law offers nine combined degree programs for Law, as well as a postgraduate Law program. It offers these degrees on the Campbelltown and Parramatta campuses. The School was integral to launching the Parramatta Community Justice Clinic.

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Business & Economics

Business & Economics

Commerce and Business degrees are part of the School of Business, which offers students programs in the following disciplinary areas: Accounting, Economics and Finance, Human Resource Management and Industrial Relations, Management, Marketing and International Business, and Property.

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Science

Science

The School of Science and Health offers a range of undergraduate degree programs in the natural sciences, health sciences and medial sciences. The school offers these degrees at the Campbelltown, Hawkesbury, and Parramatta campuses.

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Medicine

Medicine

The College of Health and Science offers a Bachelor of Medicine/Bachelor of Surgery degree to its students. It is also available to be combined with a Bachelor of Arts. Students will study Medicine at the Campbelltown campus.

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Nursing

Nursing

The School of Nursing offers two undergraduate Nursing programs: the Bachelor of Nursing and the Bachelor of Nursing (Advanced). Nursing degrees are available to be studied at Parramatta, Campbelltown and Hawkesbury campuses.

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Architecture & Design

Architecture & Design

The School of Computing, Engineering and Mathematics is the body that oversees undergraduate degrees such as: Industrial Design; Housing; Construction Management; Design (Visual Communication); and Design and Technology.

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Engineering

Engineering

The School of Computing, Engineering and Mathematics offers two Engineering undergraduate degree programs: Bachelor of Engineering and Bachelor of Engineering (Advanced). There are 1,340 students enrolled in Engineering degrees. Engineering degrees are available to be studied at the Penrith campus.

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Information Technology

Information Technology

Information Technology degrees are studied in the School of Computing, Engineering and Mathematics. It offers IT programs at Parramatta, Penrith and Campbelltown. UWS offers a range of Computer Science undergraduate degrees for its students.

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