University of Wollongong

University of Wollongong

Introduction:
The University of Wollongong can trace its beginnings back to 1951, but the university was officially opened in 1975. Since then, the university has grown to become one of the top 2% of universities in the world, with now over 30,500 students.

With 476 undergraduate and postgraduate degrees on offer, the University of Wollongong offers modernity as one of its key strengths, in its approach to education, as well as its architecture and degree offerings.

UOW has a range of campuses, situated around the Illawarra region, Shoalhaven, Moss Vale, Batemans Bay, Bega, and of course, Wollongong.

Students travel from across NSW to study at the University of Wollongong, and really enjoy the relaxed lifestyle combined with modern facilities and a modern education. With a strong focus on research, and many courses offering practical components as part of their degrees, students really get the best of both worlds.

Arts & Education

Arts & Education

The Faculty of Arts and the Faculty of Education offer all kinds of programs for students interested in the humanities and early-childhood, primary and secondary school education.

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Law

Law

The Faculty of Law at the University of Wollongong was established in 1990 and offers both undergraduate and Law programs to students. Prospective students will be able to combine with Bachlelor of Laws with many other degrees available at UOW.

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Business & Economics

Business & Economics

The Faculty of Commerce is home to all Business and Economics degrees at the University of Wollongong. There are a range of Commerce specialisations available, alongside Business degrees, as well as specific degrees relating to the application of Economics and Mathematics to Finance.

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Science

Science

The Faculty of Science offers a huge number of programs, from different areas of science to psychology, medical science, health science and environmental science. Students will received specialised education which will make them leaders in their fields.

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Medicine

Medicine

The Graduate School of Medicine offers Medicine as a postgraduate four-year long degree only. Students are treated to a first-class education at new building at the Shoalhaven and Wollongong campuses.

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Nursing

Nursing

Nursing, as well as Midwifery, at UOW is offered by the Faculty of Health and Behavioural Sciences. So far, 100% of Nursing graduates have found work just three months after completing their degree.

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Engineering

Engineering

The Faculty of Engineering delivers a range of Engineering programs to students, including Civil, Mining and Environmental; Mechanical, Materials and Mechtronic; and Electrical, Computer Telecommunications.

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Information Technology

Information Technology

The Faculty of Informatics delivers a range of programs, where at the heart lies a sense of communication being the driving force behind information technology education. Students will be offered a range of programs with different disciplines.

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