Future Students

Future Students

Future Students - International

The University of Wollongong is a truly global educator, and offers you outstanding opportunities for teaching and research programs at locations in Australia and at our overseas teaching locations in the United Arab Emirates, Malaysia, Singapore and Hong Kong.

You’ll join students from more than 150 nationalities, and have the opportunity to study at one or more of our campuses, or at one of our 140 partner universities around the world. In Australia, our Wollongong campus offers programs at undergraduate and graduate level, as well as language and academic preparation programs through UOW College. The Sydney Business School downtown Sydney campus provides a range of postgraduate and specialised undergraduate programs in a range of business fields.

You can also choose to study all or part of your UOW degree program at the University of Wollongong in Dubai, or any of our other overseas teaching sites. A UOW degree offers exceptional graduate outcomes, and for the eighth year UOW has been ranked in the top 100 universities in the world in the QS World University Rankings Graduate Employers survey. 

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Future Students At Overseas Campuses:

Dubai – UOW Dubai

Malaysia - INTI International University and Colleges

Singapore - SIM and PSB

Business Student wins 2016 Bradman Foundation Scholarship


Cricketing legend Adam Gilchrist AM presented the 2016 UOW Bradman Foundation Scholarship to Ajay Dalal. The scholarship is named in honour of the world’s greatest-ever cricketer, Sir Donald Bradman, and was launched by Gilchrist in India in 2012. 

The Wollongong Campus Experience 

We are a young, internationally recognised university that’s determined to create positive change at every opportunity. Our personalised approach encourages bright minds to collaborate through learning and research to deliver world-class results that have impacts across the globe.

International Undergraduate Guide 2016

International Postgraduate Guide 2016 

Last reviewed: 17 February, 2017