At UOW, you can choose from more than 200 undergraduate degrees, allowing you to explore your passions and find your why.
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Degrees & scholarships
Whether you see yourself designing the sustainable world of tomorrow, inspiring our future leaders or thriving in business, we’ve got the degree for you. Our Course Finder provides details of all UOW degrees, and allows you to search by the study area or by ATAR. Take a look – you may be surprised at your options.
There is also a wide variety of double degrees you can explore, allowing you to combine your passions, gain variety within your studies and expand your career options. Find out more about the double degree and double major options available to you.
Advanced degrees and opportunities
For students who have proven they can go above and beyond, UOW offers opportunities and support, including special degree programs, extended learning opportunities and a range of undergraduate research opportunities. See individual degrees in Course Finder to which opportunities are available.
Honours and Advanced degrees
An Honours or Advanced degree is recognised as a qualification above and beyond a Bachelor degree. At UOW, Honours are either integrated into a degree, or are taken as an additional one-year program after completing a Bachelor degree. Advanced degrees are highly responsive to your interests and provide opportunities to participate in research projects. An additional Honours year is offered in most disciplines.
Dean's Scholar and Scholar degrees
Dean’s Scholar and Scholar degrees give high-achievers opportunities to excel. They are built on standard Bachelor degrees and give you the chance to be paired with an academic mentor in your faculty. Scholars will have opportunities to tailor their studies to their interests, and may be able to accelerate their degrees.
Did you know you could be paid to work while you study? And have your tuition fees covered? If you have strong communication skills, and can demonstrate initiative and creativity, you should consider applying for a UOW Management Cadetship. The Cadetship program provides opportunities for successful applicants to combine paid work at UOW with their study. Working in a professional environment while studying has provided our Cadets with employment experience that has helped them become very successful in their graduate employment positions.
International exchange programs
UOW offers a range of adventure-laden international exchange programs where you have the opportunity to study part of your UOW degree with one of 175 international partners. You can immerse yourself in another culture, combine your travel and study, and have an amazing educational experience. Travel grants and funding support are also available.
UOW scholarships provide financial assistance to allow you to focus more effectively on your studies, with some also offering opportunities for work-integrated learning. Our range of scholarships for new commencing students include categories recognising and considering (but not limited to): academic excellence, community involvement, regional students relocating to Wollongong and financial hardship.
Our scholarships site has a full list of categories and more than 200 scholarships. We encourage new students to apply.