University of Wollongong Australia

University of Wollongong Australia

The University of Wollongong traces its origins to 1951 when a Division of the then New South Wales University of Technology was established in Wollongong. Ten years later the Division became the Wollongong College of the University of New South Wales and, in 1975, the University of Wollongong was incorporated by the New South Wales Parliament as an independent institution of higher learning.

In 1982, the University amalgamated with the Wollongong Institute of Higher Education, which had begun life in 1962 as the Wollongong Teachers’ College. The merger formed the basis for a period of rapid growth in the 1980s and the emergence of the University of Wollongong’s distinctive identity as an enterprising institution with a personalised style and a growing reputation for excellence in teaching and research.

Originally established as a provider of technical education for engineers and metallurgists required for the region’s steel industry, the University now offers a wide range of courses across nine faculties – Arts, Education, Health & Behavioural Sciences, Engineering, Law, Science, Informatics, Commerce and Creative Arts. These faculties incorporate 40 teaching units with some 865 members of academic staff and over 1,700 staff overall.

Since its foundation, the University has conferred more than 52,000 degrees, diplomas and certificates. Its student population, originally drawn predominantly from the local Illawarra region, is now comprised of students from over 70 countries with international students accounting for more than 30 percent of total enrolments.

UOW Australia Campuses

  • Wollongong Campus
  • University of Wollongong in Dubai ( UOWD )
  • Sydney Business School
  • Innovation Campus ( iC )
  • Shoalhaven Campus
  • UOW Batemans Bay
  • UOW Bega
  • UOW Southern Sydney
  • UOW Southern Highlands

Wollongong University Courses

Select a course type then choose from the degrees listed under the relevant study areas. You can also browse through the courses offered at other UOW campuses.

1. UOW Undergraduate and Postgraduate Courses

  • Arts / Humanities
  • Engineering
  • Health Sciences
  • Business & Commerce
  • Information Technology
  • Law
  • Creative Arts / Performance
  • Mathematics
  • Double Degrees
  • Media / Communication Studies
  • Earth & Environmental Sciences
  • Nursing
  • Science
  • Education

2. Distance Education Courses

University of Wollongong Scholarships

There are two type of scholarships :

  • Future and Current Student Courses Work Scholarship
  • Higher Degree Research Students ( HDR )

Future Student Scholarships

  • Academic Scholarships
  • Faculty Scholarships
  • Equity ( Financial and / or Social Hardship ) Scholarships
  • Indigenous Scholarships
  • Sporting Scholarships
  • Corporate Sponsored Scholarships
  • Work Integrated Learning Scholarships

Current Student Scholarships

  • Community Scholarships
  • Equity ( Financial and / or Social Hardship ) Scholarships
  • Community / Equity Scholarships
  • Indigenous Scholarships
  • Corporate Sponsored Scholarships
  • Sporting Scholarships
  • Work Integrated Learning Scholarships

 Higher Degree Research Students Scholarship

  • International Higher Degree Research students.
  • Domestic Students – HRD Scholarships

UOW Research

UOW has built its successful research reputation by focusing on Research Strengths, grouped by 5 Research Themes. Research environment is multidisciplinary, focussed on outcomes to real problems and underpinned by strong partnerships.

  • Environmental Sustainability
  • Innovative Materials, Engineering & Manufacturing
  • Health & Medical Research
  • Information & Mathematical Sciences
  • Society, Policy & Culture

University of Wollongong Contact Address

Australian campus business hours are generally from Monday to Friday 9am-5pm, Australian Eastern Standard Time ( GMT +10 ).

University of Wollongong,
NSW, 2522 Australia,
Phone No. : From Australia :  ( 02 ) 4221 3555 / International : +61 2 4221 3555,
Website : www.uow.edu.au.