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In2Uni schools programs

In2Uni activities engage with students in targeted schools and communities to enable their awareness and aspirations towards higher education. Funded under the Higher Education Participation and Partnership Program (HEPPP), In2Uni partners with the Department of Education (DoE) NSW and the Catholic Education Office (CEO) to design, implement and evaluate outreach activities.

Register your interest for Term 3 & 4 programs

In2Uni schools are able to register via the link below for the programs outlined in the Term 3 & 4 High Schools Program Guide. Availability of programs is subject to change- your local UOW Campus Manager will be in contact to discuss options upon your registration.

View Term 3 & 4 Outreach & Pathways High School Program Guide here Register for programs here
In2Uni Year 6

2020 programs

In2Uni programs add value to school and vocational curriculum by working with students to navigate and achieve their academic goals, whilst enabling their aspirations to participate in higher education. Programs listed are currently offered remotely, or are subject to availability.

Year 6 Future Finder Program in 2020

The Year 6 Future Finder Program will not be held as an on-campus event in 2020 due to social distancing measures in place at UOW. Instead, schools are being offered a selection of resources designed to start future discussions about career options with their students.

More information about Kids In2Uni
Year 6 Learning Labs UOW

Our Students: accessing & succeeding

UOW has a proud history of working closely with its communities to drive increased participation and attainment among underrepresented groups in higher education. Our strategic aim as an institution is to increase the proportion of domestic undergraduate students from low socioeconomic backgrounds to 21% by 2020, through providing targeted outreach and pathways programs to the community, and seamless transition activities and support to UOW students.