At UOW College they are committed to providing high quality education with a mission of “unlocking potential through learning”. They are committed to a strong culture of diversity and equity, based on their Values and principles of fairness, inclusiveness, and respect. At UOW College, they respect differences because brings individuality and a rich variety of experiences to the workplace and classroom. Over the past twenty five years they have educated students from over thirty different nationalities. They also know that diversity and equity helps us to improve their college, enhance innovation and assist in supporting their students to achieve their educational goals.
UOW College provides a supportive learning environment where students build skills and knowledge through their delivery of quality English language teaching and testing, vocational courses and academic pathway programs. As an integral and strategic unit of the University of Wollongong, UOW College enables their students to meet their personal, educational and career goals. Their ambition is to create a more educated, better informed world, by assisting people to advance their careers, through their study programs. In 2013, UOW College marked its 25th anniversary. Since 1988, more than 23,000 students from 30 different nationalities have graduated from the College.
UOW College programs are taught at the Wollongong, Shoalhaven and Southern Sydney campuses of the University of Wollongong. The Wollongong campus is located on the New South Wales coast, 80km south of Sydney and 3kms from the centre of Wollongong. The campus sits at the foot of Mount Keira, five minutes from the heart of Wollongong City and its renowned beaches. The grounds are an immaculate stunning combination of bush land, lawn and waterways. UOW College is located in a specific building on the Wollongong campus (Building 30). This is where many of the classes take place and where you can access staff, the multimedia centre and computer labs. The UOW library and other facilities are situated within close walking distance.
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