Open doors. Open minds.
The University of Wollongong (UOW) Open Day is the perfect opportunity to visit our amazing Wollongong campus, speak with our staff and students, and see why UOW is ranked as one of the best universities for student experience.
Whether you are looking at your next steps after Year 12, or you finished school some time ago and are looking for a pathway into university, Open Day is for you.
UOW Open Day also caters to graduates who are considering further study, offering one-on-one consultations with postgraduate course experts. Whatever your education or career goals, our staff are able to answer your questions and open your options.
Featuring an Expo Hall full of course information and advisors, 100+ information sessions, plus campus and accommodation tours, you really don't want to miss UOW Open Day.
Our Liverpool campus will be holding an Open Day on Saturday 22 July, 11am - 2pm. Attend information sessions, watch a demonstration, visit the Early Admission application help hub or go on a campus tour. There will be plenty of opportunities to get all your questions answered and ensure you're making a confident decision about your studies in 2024.Learn more
Missed out on Open Day? Book a campus tour at UOW. Bookings are essential. Once you have booked a campus tour you will receive a confirmation email with more information.
We are currently unable to provide tours at all our campuses. Keep checking back to this page, as we hope to be able to offer them soon!
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We acknowledge the Custodianship of the Aboriginal peoples of this place and space that has kept alive the relationships between all living things.