UOW students awarded Liverpool City Council community scholarships

May 27, 2021

Liverpool City Council has awarded three students studying at the University of Wollongong’s (UOW) South Western Sydney (SWS) campus $5000 each.

UOW Information Evenings

May 25, 2021

From 27 May to 22 June, UOW is hosting information evenings throughout NSW and the ACT to help students and parents learn more about studying at UOW.

Subject Readings Spring Session 2021: Early-bird option

May 13, 2021

The library is now accepting Spring Session Subject Reading submissions.

Are you coordinating a co-curricular activity that can be recognised by UOWx?

May 11, 2021

UOW co-curricular activities that engage students in a paid, voluntary or compensatory capacity can apply to have their activity recognised by UOWx.

Free short course: Emotional Intelligence Skill Set

May 4, 2021

Do you find managing staff challenging?

Blasting into a promising mining career

April 29, 2021

UOW Engineering alumna Ellie Hawkins’ mining engineering career has started with a bang.

UOW Early Start Discovery Space: Expert insight into ESDM

April 29, 2021

Join Dr Leanne Gibbs for an in-depth discussion into the Early Start Denver Model (ESDM) with Elizabeth Aylward, ESDM Program Leader.

Taking charge of sustainable business

April 27, 2021

A push for experiential, forward thinking promotional programs with innovative brand, Tesla.

UOW HSC subject support sessions

April 15, 2021

At UOW, we’re committed to providing additional resources and assistance to help students successfully complete their final year of school and transition to tertiary study.

WATTLE ‘Connect & Create’ session: Dual Delivery Pedagogy

April 13, 2021

Please join us online or face to face for our next WATTLE ‘Connect & Create’ Session for 2021 on Dual Delivery Pedagogy.

Woolyungah Indigenous Centre helped Mitchell find his place at University

April 8, 2021

Juggling studies and internship a learning curve for engineering graduate Mitchell Strange struggled in high school.

UOW College offers scholarships to Screen and Media students

April 1, 2021

UOW College is offering $40,000 worth (10 x $4000 each) of scholarships for students interested in the new fully online CUA51015 Diploma of Screen and Media commencing study in 2021.

Finding a poetic path: Dr Sarah-Jane Burton’s pursuit of her literary passion

March 30, 2021

It was on the shelves of the humble Forbes Public Library in western New South Wales that Sarah-Jane Burton made a discovery that would shape the course of her professional life.

Scholarship opportunity comes full circle

March 25, 2021

A dedicated scholar, turned academic leader – UOW alumnus, Dr George Wang, is a living example of how supporting an educational dream, can be the springboard to a prosperous and rewarding career.

Opinion piece: Australian schools are becoming more segregated. This threatens student outcomes

March 18, 2021

The Australian school system is concentrating more disadvantaged students in disadvantaged schools, with serious implications for student achievement A report released today by the Gonski Institute says schools in Australia are more regressive, divided and socially segregated than in most other rich countries.