Information for students from India
Indian cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar alongside UOW students and staff recently. Learn more.
Welcome to the University of Wollongong - one of the best modern universities in the world
UOW is a popular choice for Indian students - thousands of Indian students have chosen UOW for their higher education study and we have more than 11,500 International students from over 90 countries currently studying at UOW. Wollongong city is known as the city of Innovation and ideal for aspiring students. Wollongong is also the 7th largest city of Australia and just 1 hour south of Sydney’s International airport. It is home to a multicultural population with a range of services for Indian students such as authentic grocery stores, an active Indian community, restaurants and diverse cultural events. A Hindu temple, mosque, a variety of Christian churches, and the largest Buddhist temple in the southern hemisphere are all located in the Wollongong area. For more information on these facilities visit the About Wollongong site. UOW offers a wide range of courses for both undergraduate and postgraduate studies, including Engineering, IT, Business, Logistics, Biotechnology, Education, Law, Science, and Nursing. For further information about courses offered at UOW, please visit CourseFinder. We also offer scholarships for deserving candidates based on merit. Bradman Scholarship Bradman Scholarship - students can now also apply for Bradman Scholarship, which offers 50% tuition fee discount to cricket players wanting to pursue undergraduate courses at UOW. The Sydney Business School, University of Wollongong also has a campus located in the heart of Sydney, offering the popular MBA and other Masters programs in Project Management, Logistics, and International Business.
Meet with us in India
University of Wollongong staff will travel to India in August and September 2015. Find all the details and register now.
Our Stories: Information for students from South Asia
At UOW, we’re proud to be among the best modern universities in the world. Throughout our 60-year history, we’ve built an international reputation for world-class research and exceptional teaching quality. In fact, 2013 was the sixth year in a row that employers ranked our graduates as some of the most career-ready in the world.
- 1st in Australia for Educational Experience and Graduate Outcomes – Australian Good Universities Guide 2013
- 6th year in a row that employers have ranked our graduates in the top 100 universities in the world – QS World University Rankings Graduate Employers Survey 2013
Fore more information, visit Awards and Rankings.
Connect with Indian students and get updates on Facebook
The Indian Society meets regularly on campus and organises activities on and off-campus throughout the year. It represents and promotes Indian culture and helps new students to get acquainted with their new environment. The Indian Society also promotes sporting activities and celebrates Indian Festivals. Like the UOW South Asian Students on Facebook.
For more information
Click on the following associated links for further information:
Why Choose UOW? – awards and achievements proving our ranking as one of the leading universities in Australia
UOW College – English language, foundation and diploma programs