Future student events

The University of Wollongong regularly holds and attends information sessions for prospective students. These events are designed to give you the information you need about choosing courses and studying at UOW.

School leaver events

ATAR Q&A Webinar

  • Online via Zoom
  • Thursday, 14 December, 2023, 6 pm

Is your ATAR higher or lower than you expected? Is it enough to get into your dream course? What about your other options and pathways? Join us online as we answer your questions live - giving you the answers you need so you can make the right decisions.



Options Day

  • UOW Wollongong campus, UOW Liverpool campus
  • Friday, 15 December, 2023

Looking for clarity around which courses to apply for or what to do next once your have your ATAR? UOW will be hosting Options Day in December to guide you around the decisions you need to make to study at UOW in 2024. We will have faculty experts, current students and important information ready for this event at our Wollongong and Liverpool campuses. 


Postgraduate events

Postgraduate Business Webinar

  • Online via Zoom
  • Wednesday, 6 December, 2023, 6 pm

Sydney Business School, University of Wollongong offers a range of postgraduate business programs that are designed to expand your business expertise and build your leadership capabilities.

Advance your career and attain leadership credentials with a Sydney Business School, University of Wollongong Postgraduate Business program.

There will also be a chance to have your course questions answered by the panel.



Postgraduate Indigenous Health Webinar

  • Online via Zoom
  • Tuesday, 23 January, 2024, 4.30 pm

Improving health outcomes of First Nations People is one of the biggest challenges facing Australia today. To tackle this problem—on a local and national scale—those working on the frontline in health first need a greater understanding of the impact of the widespread trauma experienced by Indigenous Australians to drive positive change.

These courses provide a solid grounding in Indigenous Trauma and Recovery Practice, and the Master of Indigenous Health also provides the opportunity to expand research and leadership skills to put graduates in the position to lead change.

Our programs have been co-designed with a broad range of First Nations people and Indigenous organisations. The core subjects are taught using an Indigenous Framework, in a culturally safe and inclusive environment.

There will be a chance to have your course questions answered by the panel.


Discipline specific events

2024 Languages Day

  • University of Wollongong campus
  • Friday, 23 February, 2024, 9 am to 2.15 pm

This free, full-day excursion is suitable for students studying languages in Years 9-11. Participants will take part in engaging activities led by UOW staff and students which will invigorate their passion for languages. Students must be accompanied by supervising teachers.


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