Welcome to the University of Wollongong (UOW) South Western Sydney campus. We are located in the heart of Liverpool and offer world-class education in one of Australia’s fastest-growing urban areas.
South Western Sydney Campus
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We provide an exceptional personalised educational experience across a range of undergraduate and postgraduate courses in areas such as:
- Computer Science and Information Technology
- Communications and Media
- International Studies
- Social Work
- Maths & Statistics
- Public Health
- Social Science
Pathways to UOW
There’s more than one way to the future that you want, but sometimes things can be happening in your life that makes studying to get there hard. The Pathways team wants to help you find a way to pursue your career and study goals in a way that works for you:
UOW College's University Access Program (UAP)
The UAP is a 14-week course to give you the fundamental skills required for university-level study and to maximise your chance of success.
The course is specifically designed for students who may not meet the requirements for direct entry to UOW, but would like to start their academic journey and are interested in studying in Business or Commerce in future.
The University Access Program is now available online via remote delivery and guarantees* you entry into a degree at the University of Wollongong. Find out more about the University Access Program.
No ATAR is required to get in! Full scholarships and Commonwealth government subsidies available^.
Find out more about this course or apply at uow.college/uap or call 1300 367 869
*subject to UOW entry eligibility criteria
If you are a current student and would like more information, please visit our Current Students page.
We are strongly committed to driving positive change in communities through our partnerships and collaboration. Our researchers are actively working with the Western Sydney community on a range of important projects, including healthcare, youth mental health, urbanisation, and greenspaces. For more information about UOW’s research or to find an expert, please visit our