So, you’ve submitted your UOW Early Admission application – well done! Keep an eye on the email address you used to submit your application. We'll send you details on your personalised next steps.
Each person's Early Admission process will be different. You might be invited to an online event or interview, depending on the UOW course(s) you've applied for and your application. Invitations will be emailed on 12 September.IMPORTANT DATES
Early Admission events and interviews will be held online between 21 - 28 September 2022.
If you're eligible for an Early Admission offer you'll be invited to attend an Offer Activation Event to activate your course offer. Simple!
If you've been invited to an admission interview that's because we want to find out a little more about you and ensure the course(s) you’ve applied for is right for you. You can also meet the UOW team and ask questions about what you’ll be studying next year.
Activation events and interviews are the final steps in the Early Admission application process. Your attendance is essential to ensure you are considered for an offer in October.INTERVIEW TIPS
If you receive a UOW Early Admission offer for 2023 and completed your final studies (HSC, IB or equivalent) at a high school in rural or regional Australia, you will automatically be considered for a $5,000 scholarship. As long as you meet these criteria and apply for your UOW accommodation by 11 October 2022, you are eligible to be considered for one of 24 scholarships. It's as easy as that.FIND OUT MORE
You'll receive your official UOW offer on 10 October 2022, before you sit your final exams. Be sure to accept it as soon as you receive it! We hope it will give you extra motivation to keep striving for the results you deserve.
Your offer may include some simple and straightforward conditions, which will be noted in an email along with your offer. If it does, we'll contact you after you receive your final results to confirm if you have or haven't met these conditions, and what your next steps are. Please contact us if you have any questions.CONTACT US
You do not need to meet any particular subject band results or ATAR score unless specified in your Early Admission offer email. For most students, completing the Year 12 exams is the final step to joining us at UOW in 2023.
It's important to note that your final marks should be consistent with the marks you provided with your application and UOW used to evaluate your eligibility for an offer to study with us in 2023. We encourage you to continue to study hard, aim to do your best in your final exams and make yourself proud.
A number of UOW students have told us about their journey to UOW through Early Admission. Have a read and be inspired by their experiences and achievements. What is possible...starts here.STUDENT STORIES
Once you accept your offer in the portal - which will be provided with your offer - there's nothing more you need to do. You do not need to apply for the course through the Universities Admissions Centre (UAC) - that was essentially taken care of when you applied for Early Admission.
If you do not receive an early offer in October you still have options to study at UOW next year.
We will continue to monitor your application. If your final results are better than expected we may make you an offer in December or January.
You may also be eligible to gain admission to your course of choice by applying through UAC and fulfilling the ATAR–based admissions requirements.ATAR-BASED ADMISSION
From a hike in the mountains, to a swim in the ocean and all the food, shopping and culture nestled in between, there’s always something happening in Wollongong. With thousands of students calling this coastal city home, it’s the ideal place for you to study.
Your time at UOW is about uncovering your passions and using them to make an impact. With over 360 courses, across 17 fields of study - you are sure to find a degree that will support your passion and future success.
If you're interested in studying close to home, UOW also has campuses in Batemans Bay, Bega, Liverpool, Loftus, Moss Vale and the Shoalhaven.
UOW Accommodation offers a vibrant community, with students from diverse cultural backgrounds. Our residents enjoy being part of an active community, and many make friends for life.
With catered and non-catered options, shared and single rooms, and residences on-campus or near the beach, there's a room and lifestyle to meet everyone's needs.
Get in touch with our Future Students team, by phone or email. They've got the answers.
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