Studying a postgraduate degree in a Commonwealth supported place (CSP) could see your total course fees subsidised by up to 75% by the Australian Government.
Commonwealth supported places
If you apply for any CSP eligible course at UOW, your eligibility is automatically considered when we assess your application.
While there are eligibility criteria to meet, if you are an Australian citizen, or a New Zealand Special Category Visa holder who meets the long-term residency requirements, or a holder of a permanent humanitarian visa - you're more than halfway to meeting these criteria.
Eligible students may also be able to access HECS-HELP to defer all or part of their course fees. Find out more about Domestic Postgraduate fees, deferred payment options, and CSP eligibility.
In addition to all UOW undergraduate courses, the following postgraduate coursework degrees at UOW offer Commonwealth supported places in 2021.
- Autism studies
- Dementia & Gerontology
- Exercise & Nutrition
- Health & Medicine
- ICT & Physics
- Maths & Statistics
- Occupational Health & Safety
- UOW Online
- Public Health & Social Work
- Graduate Certificate in Autism
- Graduate Certificate in Dementia Care
- Graduate Certificate in Gerontology and Rehabilitation Studies
- Graduate Certificate in Health Promotion
- Graduate Certificate in Public Health
- Graduate Certificate in Strength and Conditioning
- Graduate Certificate in TESOL
- Graduate Diploma in TESOL
- Master of Autism
- Master of Education (Digital Technologies for Learning)
- Master of Education (Educational Leadership)
- Master of Education (Interdisciplinary Studies)
- Master of Education (TESOL)
- Master of Medical and Health Leadership