It's not too late to study in 2022

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Postgraduate study

Start your UOW postgraduate course this July to take advantage of up to 75% off course fees, with online and flexible study options across a range of study areas.

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Undergraduate study

Deferred your offer? Continuing your education after a break? There’s still time to join UOW this year and start the journey towards your dream career. Classes start as soon as 25 July.

Regional campuses

Launch your career with a world-class education close to home at one of UOW's regional campuses. Find the campus that's closest to you and start classes on 25 July.

I encourage anyone thinking about a new start to join UOW in Spring 2022. There’s no need to wait until 2023. We're excited to have students back on campus and can’t wait for you to join us this year. Professor Patricia M. DavidsonVice-Chancellor and President University of Wollongong
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