A world-leading institution, the University of Wollongong (UOW) provides an innovative and transnational global education for its students.
Ranked in the top one per cent of universities worldwide (QS World University Rankings 2021), it delivers a range of programmes across ten campuses and multiple global partners. A diverse and vibrant institution, UOW welcomes around 6,000 international students each year. Students can choose from over 360 programmes across humanities, social sciences, and STEM fields.
Established less than 50 years ago, it has already been recognised as the 14th best modern university worldwide (QS Top 50 under 50 Rankings 2021) and has a strong reputation internationally. Its teaching and research excellence has been recognised globally, with QS Stars Rating System 2021 awarding the university five-plus stars, the highest score possible.
As well as its Australian campuses, UOW offers programmes in several international locations including Dubai, Hong Kong, China, Malaysia, and Singapore.
Its international education focus has created strong relationships with many global partners, and communities worldwide, including over 400 institutions in 45 countries. This provides students with enriching opportunities for research and teaching collaborations, as well as exchanges and study abroad programmes.
Keeping on top of industry trends within their programmes and research, through studying at Wollongong, students are fully prepared for a modern workplace.
UOW is consistently ranked within the top 200 universities worldwide for its graduate rate (QS Graduate Employability Rankings 2020). 72 per cent of UOW graduates are in full-time work within four months of completing their programme.
Its Australian campus is based on the beautiful east coast, nearby to Australia's largest city. The newest campus is in Liverpool, one of the most culturally exciting suburbs in Sydney. Sydney is just 90 minutes away, as well as the stunning Tasman Sea and mountains.