Statistics

UOW at a glance

At UOW, we believe in the power of connecting people, ideas and places to change things for the better.

34,144

students enrolled

138,765

UOW alumni

340

degrees on offer

26,587

students in Australia

7,557

students studying offshore

1,888

subjects

73.4%

 of our bachelor level graduates in full-time employment

179

nationalities represented at UOW

98%

of UOW disciplines rated at, above, or well above world standard

The City of Wollongong

210,350 Population in Wollongong

22°C  Average daily temperature (71.6°F)
27°C  Average summer temperature (80.6°F)

17  Patrolled beaches

Key industries include manufacturing, education, health services, port, tourism, mining, retailing, professional services and technology.

 

International links

270

Academic and research collaborations globally

149

Our Alumni live in 149 countries

6,332 

UOW students have studied on an overseas exchange program

272 

Study Abroad and Student Exchange global links

12,041 

study abroad and exchange students have come from other universities to study at UOW

UOW in Dubai

UOWD currently has around 200 staff and 3650 students enrolled in 12 accredited undergraduate degree courses, 11 Masters and a highly regarded PhD course.

Research impact

5

major research entities

$144.1M

in research income and grants in 2016

64,920  

publications available on Open Access

distinguished professors

77  

start-up companies supported in iAccelerate

Major research facilities

 

Last reviewed: 27 March, 2018

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Prof Paul Wellings CBE

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