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of UOW disciplines were rated as 'high' or 'medium' for research impact.Research Engagement and Impact (EI) 2018
UOW ranks number one in NSW and the ACT overall.Quality Indicators for Learning and Teaching (QILT) 2020
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Being the third-largest city in New South Wales and only an hour from Sydney, Wollongong is a vibrant city that offers the perfect Australian lifestyle.Explore Wollongong
UOW has two campuses in Australia’s largest city, Sydney, and a new campus in one of Australia’s fastest growing regions, the Great South West.Explore our campuses
In 1993 UOW established the ﬁrst of its regional campuses in the Shoalhaven. Since then the network has been extended so that residents of other regional areas can beneﬁt from a university education close to home. We now have campuses in Bega, Batemans Bay, Shoalhaven and Southern Highlands.Explore our campuses
UOW is a global network of campuses, delivering world-class research and teaching to students in Australia, the United Arab Emirates, Hong Kong, China, Malaysia and Singapore. We have formal agreements with more than 400 overseas institutions in 45 countries.Learn more
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How art helps children to thrive
A connection with the visual arts is fundamental to a child’s growth and development.
Australia's summer of smoke
Australia's summer was the worst in living memory with acrid smoke choking our towns and cities.
Why Yasmine's research is deeply personal
Associate Professor Yasmine Probst is driving research into the role diet can play in managing Multiple Sclerosis.