Bachelor Degrees

Bachelor Degrees at the University of Wollongong

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UOW courses are recognised internationally and in Australia through accreditation by professional organisations.  

Application and entry requirements

Applicants can enter directly from high school or foundation studies programs in Australia or overseas, or with advanced standing or credit exemption from prior diploma or bachelor studies. 

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What is a Bachelor Degree?

UOW provides a wide range of bachelor degrees from across its five faculties, in Engineering and IT, Health Sciences and  Medicine; Business and Commerce, Applied and Natural Sciences; Arts, Communications and Creative Arts; Law and Education.

Bachelor level studies (also referred to as undergraduate studies) lead to the award of a bachelor degree (after 3 or 4 years of study) or a bachelor with honours (4 years). Honours studies can be a opportunity to work in one of UOW’s research strengths.

UOW offers more than 50 double degree programs (4.5 to 5.5 years); and some degrees allow a double major within a single degree e.g. a Bachelor of Commerce (Marketing & Economics) or a Bachelor of Arts (History & Politics).

For the high achiever, UOW offers a range of challenging Deans Scholar and Advanced bachelor programs; and an undergraduate experience at UOW can be further enriched through an international exchange semester at one of UOW’s 190 partner universities around the world.

To recognise your high school performance record, we offer a Selective Entry scheme.

Last reviewed: 21 June, 2016