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Studying in 2021

We’re working hard to safely welcome more students back to campus in 2021, to make the most of our outstanding and vibrant campus experience.

HOW STUDY WILL WORK IN 2021 UOW’s COVID-19 RESPONSE
McKinnon Lawn at UOW Wollongong Campus

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UOW degrees give you options for how and what you learn. They equip graduates to meet the needs of a changing world, and to succeed not just in their jobs, but their careers.

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UOW graduate Susie Alderman. Photo: Paul Jones
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95%

of UOW disciplines were rated as 'high' or 'medium' for research impact.

Research Engagement and Impact (EI) 2018

Number 1

UOW ranks number one in NSW and the ACT overall.

Quality Indicators for Learning and Teaching (QILT) 2020
Find out more about our rankings

Driven by discovery

Dr Gai Lindsay. Photo: Paul Jones

How art helps children to thrive

A connection with the visual arts is fundamental to a child’s growth and development.

Professor Clare Murphy. Photo: Paul Jones

Australia's summer of smoke

Australia's summer was the worst in living memory with acrid smoke choking our towns and cities.

Dr Yasmine Probst. Photo: Paul Jones

Why Yasmine's research is deeply personal

Associate Professor Yasmine Probst is driving research into the role diet can play in managing Multiple Sclerosis.

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