UOW ALUMNI SAVE 10%
Gain the skills and qualifications you need to get ahead at Australia’s number 1 university for postgraduate study.
If you’ve been thinking about furthering your qualification, getting a promotion or making a career change, postgrad study at UOW can help you achieve your goals.
The University of Wollongong Alumni Scholarship is a 10% tuition fee waiver from UOW. It is available to international and domestic students studying at the University of Wollongong in 2018. There’s no better time to discover new opportunities and find your edge in the global job market.
You are eligible if you:
- Are a UOW alumnus (have completed your bachelor degree at any UOW campus, overseas campus or teaching site)
- Are commencing a full-fee paying postgraduate coursework degree at UOW in 2018.
- Maintain a credit average throughout your course.
How to apply
If you are eligible for the tuition fee waiver, the fee reduction will automatically be applied. There is no need to make a separate application. Contact the Postgraduate enquiries team for more information.
Why study postgrad?
Earn more: Investing in yourself, your skills and your knowledge is worthwhile when you consider postgraduates earn over $22,000 more in their first year, than those with only an undergraduate degree.
Specialise, or diversify: Postgrad study at UOW is your opportunity to can gain highly valued, specialised skills that will help you become a leader in your industry. It is also a chance to expand your skillset, opening new career opportunities.
Quality teachers: At UOW, you will learn from industry experts, who are passionate about what they do and who have strong links with industry and business partners.
Learn more, quickly: Compress a decade of on-the-job experience into a few short years with an industry-focused degree, or diversify your skills by choosing a course in a complementary field or industry.
“I worked full-time in Canberra while I was studying, it was challenging but at the same time there was a lot of support provided which made it a lot easier and more manageable. I did a mixture of learning, most of the course was online and then I’d do block learning where I would come up for a week once a semester. I found that really good because I got to meet people face-to-face and develop relationships. My teachers were all really supportive, even after I finished studying.”
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