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What we What struck me the most in the first weeks at UOW was how well they cared for us stand for students. That, along with the beautiful campus and the enthusiasm of lecturers, made UOW a perfect choice for me. — Of course, a semester abroad is about more than studying. Wollongong’s awesome surf spots and hiking opportunities, food markets, along with being just 1 hour from Sydney made my time abroad packed with memorable experiences.” JESPER LINDMARK LINKÖPING UNIVERSITY – SWEDEN The University of Wollongong is 5 stars Inside a global leader in discovery and for Overall Quality, Student Retention, Learner Engagement, Learning Resources, — learning – working to transform Skill Development, Student Support and Teaching Quality1 LIFE AT UOW 2 people and the world we live in. Wollongong, a university city Top 20 The campus experience Not just lectures and exams Our ambition for our graduates is 17th best modern university in the world2 Support that they will be agile, ethical and — competitive in the global economy. Highest ranked LIVING AT UOW Accommodation options 9 And that their experience will shape NSW/ACT university in 9 study areas3 — their sense of self as well as their future career. Top 2% SYDNEY CAMPUS 12 of universities in the world4 — Our purpose is geared to making an 131,859 STUDY OPTIONS 14 Choosing your program impact at a global level. graduates working in 147 countries Choosing your subjects Study areas Admissions requirements We stand for purpose and you are Top 1% How to apply welcome to stand with us. for graduates as rated by global employers5 — GLOBAL PARTNERS 26 1. Good Universities Guide 2018 2. QS Top 50 Under 50 — Rankings 2018 3. Quality Indicators for Learning and IMPORTANT DATES 28 Teaching (QILT) 2017 4. 232nd QS World University Rankings 2018 5. QS World University Rankings Graduate Employers Survey 2018
Life at Blue Mountains LIFE AT UOW Wollongong, SYDNEY Sydney Airport UOW aw ay Cronulla a university city r ay ou — aw 1h ns rox i 0m App x3 Appro UOW WOLLONGONG Being Australia’s ninth largest city and just over an hour from Sydney, Wollongong is a vibrant city that offers the perfect University of Wollongong University of Wollongong Australian lifestyle. It’s affordable, easy to get around and 0 30km enjoys a lower cost of living than other Australian cities. With 17 patrolled surf beaches, a strong sporting community, a rapidly growing music scene and café culture, Wollongong makes being a student easy. Study Abroad and Exchange 2018/19 Study Abroad and Exchange 2018/19 2 3 average max summer 27°C temperature (80.6°F) average annual 22°C temperature (71.6°F) 83KM drive to Sydney (53 miles )
LIFE AT UOW University of Wollongong University of Wollongong SUPERMARKET The ON CAMPUS DUCKPOND LAWN Groceries, fruit, vegetables, The heart of the campus, delicatessen and more hosting events and live music. campus LEARN FROM THE BEST experience eat cash buzz Be inspired by world class educators and researchers — 18 FOOD OUTLETS 2 BANKS & 1 BUBBLE TEA & & 1 SUPERMARKET 7 ATMS 7 COFFEE SHOPS send fly doctor Study Abroad and Exchange 2018/19 Study Abroad and Exchange 2018/19 Our Wollongong campus combines modern teaching and study spaces on POST OFFICE TRAVEL AGENT CAMPUS HEALTH 83 hectares (205 acres) of landscaped Australian bushland. At UOW you can study in a clean, healthy environment that clip read snack combines the benefits of an active Australian lifestyle with HAIR & BEAUTY BOOKSHOP & CAMPUS the resources of an international university. SALON NEWSAGENT CONVENIENCE STORE SPORTING LIFE When you want to work together and make new friends you’ll Over 60 UOW sporting teams find yourself in a welcoming community filled with people from over 130 countries. Our campus includes academic support, accommodation, sports, culture and entertainment—everything you need. UOW LIBRARY Study, research, collaborate 4 5 UNIBAR REFUEL Home to local, national and international Over 15 food outlets on campus music as well as parties and events.
LIFE AT UOW Not just lectures and exams University of Wollongong University of Wollongong — During your time at UOW there are endless opportunities to get involved with life on campus. With 100 clubs and societies and 180 live acts on campus each year, it’s just a matter of choosing between them. Study Abroad and Exchange 2018/19 Study Abroad and Exchange 2018/19 CLUBS AND SOCIETIES UNIBAR clubs.uow.edu.au pulse.uow.edu.au/unibar There are over 100 clubs and societies on campus, ranging The UniBar hosts some of the best local, national and from social and recreation to religious and cultural groups. international music, as well as great events to make sure you have fun throughout the year. The UniBar provides UNILIFE students with a casual, relaxed atmosphere and affordable meals and drinks. pulse.uow.edu.au/unilife The UnLife Team run events, programs and activities UNIMOVIES that add to your total student experience while studying unimovies.uow.edu.au at UOW. Gain skills, make connections, and broaden your knowledge when you join a club, attend an event or get Latest release, foreign language and arthouse films are involved with volunteering. screened in the Uni Hall every Wednesday night during session where for a nominal price movie-goers enjoy a full SPORT AND RECREATION cinema-sized screen and quality surround sound. uniactive.uow.edu.au UOWX 6 7 UOW houses world-class sporting facilities including a uow.edu.au/uowx fully equipped gym, tennis courts, squash courts, 50-metre heated swimming pool, multi-court indoor sports centre, UOWx is about exploring new ideas, gaining experience fitness classes, sports fields, basketball courts and more. and expanding your skills. Get involved with co-curricular opportunities and events to expand yourself outside your Join social and representative team sports competitions coursework, and earn an Interim UOWx Record for your plus a range of outdoor activities. You’re bound to find time at UOW. something you enjoy.
LIFE AT UOW Support — University of Wollongong University of Wollongong CAREERS CENTRAL PEER ASSISTED STUDY SESSIONS uow.edu.au/careers (PASS) Achieve your career goals and increase your uow.edu.au/student/services/pass employability as you study. Get free academic assistance from current students who have already successfully completed the subjects you are enrolled in. HEALTH, MEDICAL AND COUNSELLING A range of health services are located on campus, including a doctor and dentist. UOW also offers a free, RELIGIOUS SERVICES confidential counselling service to all students. Study Abroad and Exchange 2018/19 Study Abroad and Exchange 2018/19 There are a range of religious services on and off campus, including a Muslim prayer space, the Omar Mosque near the University, the Nan Tien Buddhist INTERNATIONAL STUDENT Temple in nearby Berkeley and the Sri Venkateswara PROGRAMS (ISP) Hindu Temple. There are also a range of student-run uow.edu.au/student/services/ISP religious clubs available to join. ISP is here to support you in making new friends and connecting you to the campus and local Illawarra SAFEZONE community. We encourage you to attend and All students can download SafeZone, the free participate. Living smartphone app that makes it easy to ask for assistance from UOW Security Services with the LEARNING CO-OP press of a single button. uow.edu.au/student/services/learning-coop STUDENT CENTRAL Academic resources and services to help answer at UOW your questions, save you time, build your skills and uow.edu.au/student/central improve your chances of success. A one-stop-shop for all assistance for enrolled 8 students, including enrolment matters, official 9 LGBTIQ SUPPORT documents (including transcripts), exams and results, and student fee matters. UOW’s Ally Network provides a visible network of people who are allies of students and staff who are LGBTIQ. UOW WELLBEING UOW also provides LGBTIQ students and staff with uow.edu.au/student/wellbeing inclusive Safe Places where they can feel accepted Programs, workshops and events to help you live well It’s living where home is more than and included. Students can find UOW’s first dedicated all-gender toilet facility on campus in Building 25, and perform at your best. four walls and a roof. It’s learning UOW OFFERS A GUARANTEED PLACE IN UOW ACCOMMODATION TO STUDY and Safe Places can be found across the Wollongong with students studying everything ABROAD AND EXCHANGE STUDENTS. campus and in some regional campuses. from politics to polymers. You will be Conditions apply. Learn more about living on campus: welcomed to campus living and have the uow.edu.au/accommodation support you need, right down the hall.
LIVING AT UOW SYDNEY Accommodation options Fairy Meadow Station Fairy Meadow 5/10 minute walk to train station Undergraduate accommodation Beach — 3 Postgraduate accommodation Drive Length of contract (weeks) Meal service (19 per week) Close to popular beaches FAIRY MEADOW Close to shops and cafes Free shuttle bus nearby ial Memor Number of beds Shared rooms Science University of Wollongong University of Wollongong Single rooms Space Bathrooms wy Princes H Mount Ousley Rd Innovation 4 Campus UOW Campus 1 INTERNATIONAL HOUSE 52 222 a a S a a a a a Northfiel ds Ave 7 6 NORTH Catered 1 2 WOLLONGONG Botanical WEERONA 44 204 a a S a a a a a a Gardens Catered 3 Nth Wollongong Station CAMPUS EAST 44 527 a S a a a a a a a Flexi catered/ Self catered North Wollongong Beach 4 GWYNNEVILLE Princes Hwy Study Abroad and Exchange 2018/19 Study Abroad and Exchange 2018/19 KOOLOOBONG VILLAGE 52 & 44 1258 a S a a a a Self catered y 5 w Wiseman a ree Beaton Wollongong MARKETVIEW 52 144 a P a a a a a a Park rn F Park Harbour the Self catered Sou F6 2 6 GRADUATE HOUSE 52 78 a P M a a a Self catered units WOLLONGONG Postgrad, family and mature age 7 BANGALAY 52 254 a a S/P M a a a 5 Self catered Postgrad, family and mature age Wollongong Hospital Mall Wollongong Wollongong City Beach Princes Hwy Station KEY 10 11 FREE Route 55 Gong Shuttle FREE Route 9 North Gong Shuttle S = Shared bathroom P = Private bathroom M = Mature undergrad FREE Gwynneville - Keiraville Shuttle All residences feature student development and peer mentor programs, social, sporting and cultural events, and 24/7 student wellbeing care. Utilities, furniture, laundry, car parking and environmentally responsible recycling programs are available at each residence. 1 3 5 7 2 4 6
Sydney campus University of Wollongong University of Wollongong The UOW Sydney Business School Sydney Campus BUSINESS SUBJECTS IN: offers graduate business programs in state-of-the-art –– Accounting –– Applied Finance facilities and a unique learning environment, located –– Economics in the heart of Sydney’s central business district, –– Finance –– Financial Management overlooking Sydney Harbour. The Sydney campus –– Financial Services provides tailored learning and teaching facilities, –– International Business –– Investment and Corporate Treasury together with full administrative support and online –– Logistics links to the main campus, including all electronic –– –– Management Project Management catalogues and databases from the main library. Study Abroad and Exchange 2018/19 Study Abroad and Exchange 2018/19 sydneybusinessschool.edu.au 12 13
Study STUDY OPTIONS SUBJECT AVAILABILITY Choosing When choosing subjects, note that many subjects at the Wollongong campus are ONLY offered in either Autumn or Spring session. options your subjects Postgraduate business subjects are offered by UOW’s Sydney Business School at the Wollongong and Sydney campuses on a trimester system. Trimesters begin in February, May, and — August. Students enrol in three subjects (18 credit points) per trimester. Students must decide whether they wish to study at the Wollongong or Sydney campus, and only select subjects available at that campus. Students cannot select subjects in a Wollongong or Sydney-based program that includes both Subjects are taught as a mix of lectures, trimesters and semesters. tutorials or seminars, laboratory work ASSESSMENT where appropriate, and individual The assessment details for each subject are available under University of Wollongong University of Wollongong “Subject Information” at uow.edu.au/handbook. study. Study Abroad and Exchange Choosing A comprehensive syllabus outlining assessment and other STUDY ABROAD PROGRAM students are assessed in the same way expectations is provided to students in the first lecture of each The Study Abroad program is designed to welcome students to as Australian students. subject. your program UOW from both formally recognised study abroad partners and non-affiliated institutions for one or two semesters. THE GRADING SYSTEM: PLANNING A PROGRAM OF STUDY Study Abroad students pay tuition fees directly to UOW for their High Distinction (HD): 85–100% — program of study at UOW. Study Abroad and Exchange students enrol for one or two sessions Distinction (D): 75–84% as a non-award student at UOW. UOW sessions (semesters) Credit (C): 65–74% INTERNATIONAL EXCHANGE PROGRAM commence in Autumn and Spring (February and July). Pass (P): 50–64% If you are studying a postgraduate business program at our Fail (F): 0–49% The University of Wollongong has established formal exchange Technical Fail (TF): 0% Sydney Business School Sydney or Wollongong Campus, your Study Abroad and Exchange programs agreements with a number of leading universities worldwide to study at UOW for one or two semesters. This program allows sessions are trimesters and start in February , May and August. The transfer of grades to your home university varies for each are designed for international After receiving your offer letter from UOW, you are required home college or institution. Study Abroad and Exchange 2018/19 Study Abroad and Exchange 2018/19 a limited number of students to enrol each session. Exchange undergraduate or postgraduate students students are not required to pay tuition fees to UOW. Refer to the list of exchange partners on pages 26-27, and contact your home to submit a UOW Study Plan. Your proposed subjects will then be assessed based on your academic background prior to your WORKLOAD who wish to spend one or two semesters university for more information. arrival. Every effort will be made to obtain approval of your Study Abroad and Exchange students must enrol in a minimum selected subjects, however this is not guaranteed. You’ll need in a program of study at the University of BUSINESS INTERNSHIP PROGRAM to be flexible with your subject selection, and be prepared with of 18 credit points (usually equivalent to three subjects) and a maximum of 32 credit points (usually equivalent to four Wollongong and transfer the credits to The Work Integrated Learning subject, COMM391 Business additional subjects choices. Academic advice on your study subjects) per semester (three is the maximum number of program is available from UOW staff during orientation week. subjects per postgraduate business trimester) to meet the their home institution. For application Internship is designed for students undertaking any Business We advise that you bring a current transcript of your academic requirements of a student visa. or Commerce degree, and provides an opportunity for students procedure information see page 25. to integrate and apply their university knowledge in an industry record from your home university or college, as well as subject Your home institution may separately require that you enrol in a outlines and descriptions. It is your responsibility to ensure that context. Students accepted into the Business Internship minimum of four subjects per semester. the proposed program will earn the credits needed to satisfy the Program are required to enrol in at least one other subject from In determining your individual program, you should note that: degree requirements of your home university or college. the Faculty of Business along with COMM391, and one or two other UOW subjects to make up a full-time study load. More –– subjects are offered on a credit point basis CHOOSING SUBJECTS information on the COMM391 Business Internship Program can –– a normal full-time course load is 48 credit points over two be found at business.uow.edu.au/internship The subject information in this prospectus should be used as a sessions, or 24 credit points for one session (in either Autumn guide only. For further information on subjects please go to or Spring session), or 12 credit points in Summer session. VISITING RESEARCH PROGRAM uow.edu.au/handbook and select “Subject Descriptions” from the menu. One credit point has an implied workload of two hours per week. The Visiting Research Program is designed for students Six credit points represents a minimum of 12 hours of work: 14 undertaking research at either undergraduate or postgraduate You can choose by the subject codes on pages 17–23, or by 15 this may be three hours of lectures, four hours of reading and level who are currently enrolled full-time at an overseas entering part of a subject name. five hours of personal study or essay writing. Many full-time university and wish to obtain research experience with a UOW Undergraduate students choose subject codes between 100–400 students will spend fewer than 15 hours a week in contact with research team. This program is usually between three and (i.e. 1st – 4th year subjects). lecturers or tutors but will be expected to prepare for these six months in duration and must be a formal requirement for classes with reading and tutorial preparation. the degree at the student’s home university. Securing a UOW Postgraduate students choose subject codes between 800–900. Australian universities require students to be self-directed in academic supervisor is the responsibility of the applicant. You can study postgraduate subjects if you have completed the their study and to submit a considerable amount of written work Participants must contact the relevant UOW faculty or school to recognised equivalent of undergraduate studies at your home in assignments and seminar or tutorial papers. gain the support of member of UOW academic staff to supervise institution. their project. Check for prerequisites as some subjects require that you have TRANSCRIPTS taken an equivalent subject or number of credits from your home Transcripts of your UOW subject results are issued by the university. University at the end of each session, and provide details of the To give yourself some flexibility with timetabling during subjects completed and final mark and grade awarded. Official enrolment, you should obtain approval in advance for five or six transcripts are sent to your home university or program provider subjects per session. for credit transfer.
UOW study areas BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS — At UOW we focus on strong links with industry, business and government to keep our degrees relevant, with a wide range of professional recognitions. UOW is ranked in the top 200 in the world in the QS 2017 subject rankings for Accounting and Finance and for Business and Management Studies. The Academic Ranking of World Universities has ranked UOW Hospitality and Tourism in the top 50 in the world in 2017. UOW offers subjects in a wide range of study areas. Study Abroad and Exchange students UNDERGRADUATE SUBJECT CODE POSTGRADUATE ** SUBJECT CODE are welcome to choose any combination of Accounting ACCY Accounting ACCY subjects from the Subject Descriptions link Business Information Systems CSIT Applied Finance FIN on the Course Handbook website. e-Business Economics CSCI, ISIT ECON Economics Finance ECON FIN University of Wollongong University of Wollongong Finance FIN Financial Management FIN uow.edu.au/handbook Financial Planning FIN Financial Services FIN Human Resource Management MGNT Human Resource Management MGNT In the following pages you will find lists of International Business ECON, MGNT International Business MGNT, FIN, OPS, BUS subject areas available for Study Abroad and Management MGNT Investment and Corporate Finance FIN Exchange students to choose, along with the Marketing and Advertising Public Relations MARK MARK Logistics Management OPS MGNT corresponding subject codes. Supply Chain Management/Logistics OPS Marketing MARK Additional subject prefixes BUS, COMM Project Management OPS, MGNT See also under Mathematics and Statistics ** Postgraduate subjects are offered at both the Wollongong and Sydney Campus. Human Resources Management and Marketing subjects are only offered at the Wollongong Campus. Study Abroad and Exchange 2018/19 Study Abroad and Exchange 2018/19 COMPUTER SCIENCE AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY At UOW, we place a strong emphasis on industry links to ensure our programs are relevant and our graduates are well positioned to be leaders in their respective fields. The Times Higher Education World subject ranking for 2018 has ranked UOW Technology in the top 100 in the world. UNDERGRADUATE SUBJECT CODE POSTGRADUATE SUBJECT CODE Big Data CSCI, ISIT Computer Science CSCI Business Information Systems CSIT, ISIT Enterprise Networking ISIT Computer Science CSIT, CSCI Health Informatics ISIT, HAS Cyber Security CSCI, ISIT ICT Strategic Planning ISIT Digital Systems Security CSCI Information Systems Development ISIT, MTS eBusiness OPS, ISIT Information Technology ISIT, MTS Enterprise Systems Development CSCI Information Technology Management ISIT, MGNT Mobile Computing CSCI Intelligent Systems CSCI 16 17 Multimedia and Games Development CSCI IT Strategic Management ISIT Network Design and Management ISIT, CSCI Multimedia and Visual Processing CSCI Software Engineering ISIT, CSCI Programming and Software MTS Web Design and Development ISIT Software Engineering CSCI
CREATIVE ARTS ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES Be inspired to do your best at a university that understands With our main campus nestled between the rainforest and the sea, these diverse environments open a world of study opportunities, UNDERGRADUATE SUBJECT CODE what it means to be creative. Your studies will be balanced - and will give you balance in your studies, spending as much time in the classroom as out in the field. UOW is ranked in the top 200 in Creative Writing CACW spending lots of time in the studio creating and refining your the world in the QS 2017 subject rankings for Geography. Graphic Design CAGD technique, then exploring the theory, history and meaning of your chosen discipline in the classroom. UOW is ranked in the Music CAMS Photography CAVA UNDERGRADUATE SUBJECT CODE POSTGRADUATE SUBJECT CODE top 150 in the world in the QS 2017 subject rankings for Art Theatre CAPA, CAPF Biological Sciences BIOL Earth and Environmental Science EESC, ENVI and Design. Visual Arts CAVA Conservation Biology BIOL Environmental Biology SCIE, BIOL Additional subject prefixes CACS, CAOS, CST Earth and Environmental Science EESC Environmental Engineering ENVE Environmental Engineering ENVE Environmental Science BIOL, EESC, SCIE, University of Wollongong University of Wollongong ENVI EDUCATION Geology EESC Physical Geography and Environmental EESC, GEOG Our range of education degrees provide you with authentic learning experiences and prepares you to work with young Geosciences children, parents, families, communities and other professionals. UOW is ranked in the top 150 in the world in the QS 2017 Land and Heritage Management EESC, GEOG subject rankings for Education. Marine Science MARE, BIOL Physical Geography EESC, GEOG UNDERGRADUATE SUBJECT CODE POSTGRADUATE SUBJECT CODE Science and Technology Studies STS, SCIE Early Childhood EY** Adult and Vocational Education EDGH Education for Change ED**, HAS Educational Leadership EDGL Health and Physical Education Primary Education ED, EDPE ED** Health and Physical Education Higher Education EDGP EDGH HEALTH AND MEDICINE Additional subject prefixes ED** Information and Communication EDGI At UOW we ensure our students can practise their skills on real people, in the real world. You’ll be taught by staff who know Technology in Education how to prepare you for the challenges you’ll face in the industry because they work in it, and undergraduate and postgraduate Study Abroad and Exchange 2018/19 Study Abroad and Exchange 2018/19 Literacy EDGR qualifications from UOW carry a wide range of professional recognitions. Primary Education EDMP Secondary Education EDMS Special Education EDGS UNDERGRADUATE SUBJECT CODE POSTGRADUATE SUBJECT CODE **These subject prefixes apply to a large range of subjects. Please see the subject database TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of EDGT Epidemiology HAS Clinical Exercise Physiology EXSC at solss.uow.edu.au/owa/sid/CAL.PUBLIC_VIEW1 for a full search of subjects available. Other Languages) Exercise Science and Rehabilitation MEDI, EXSC Dementia Care SNPG Health Administration HAS Health Informatics ISIT, HAS Health Promotion HAS Health Leadership and Management SNPG ENGINEERING Indigenous Health HAS Medical Radiation Physics PHYS Medical and Health Sciences MEDI, MHSA Nursing SNPG In recognition of the quality of our teaching, research, and facilities, UOW is a Group of Eight Engineering Associate. UOW is ranked Medical and Radiation Physics PHYS Nutrition and Dietetics MEDI, DIET in the top 50 in the QS 2017 subject rankings for Mineral and Mining Engineering, top 150 in the world for Civil and Structural Medical Biotechnology MEDI, CHEM, BIOL Occupational Health and Safety SNPG, HAS Engineering, and top 200 for Mechanical Engineering. The Times Higher Education World subject ranking for 2018 has ranked UOW Medicinal Chemistry CHEM Public Health HAS Engineering in the top 100 in the world. Nursing NMIH Nutrition and Dietetics DIET, MEDI, HAS UNDERGRADUATE SUBJECT CODE POSTGRADUATE SUBJECT CODE Population Health HAS, EESC, GEOG 18 Civil Engineering CIVL Asset Management ENGG 19 Pre-Medicine MEDI, CHEM, BIOL Computer Engineering ECTE Civil Engineering CIVL Public Health HAS Electrical Engineering ECTE Computer Engineering ECTE Environmental Engineering ENVE Electrical Engineering ECTE Materials Engineering MATE Engineering Management ENGG, MGNT Mechanical Engineering MECH Environmental Engineering ENVE Mechatronic Engineering ECTE, MECH Innovative Manufacturing MECH Mining Engineering MINE Materials Engineering MATL Telecommunications Engineering ECTE Mechanical Engineering MECH Additional subject prefixes ENGG Mechatronic Engineering ECTE, MECH Mining Engineering MINE Telecommunication Engineering ECTE
HUMANITIES MATHEMATICS AND STATISTICS In humanities studies at UOW, you will learn critical thinking Mathematics and statistics are the basis for successful decision-making and problem solving in every industry. UNDERGRADUATE SUBJECT CODE and analysis skills applied to real world issues to inform thinking and practice in business, government and not for Chinese (Mandarin) for Character MAND Background Students UNDERGRADUATE SUBJECT CODE POSTGRADUATE SUBJECT CODE profit sectors. UOW is ranked in the top 200 in the world Chinese (Mandarin) for Non-Chinese MAND Applied Statistics STAT Financial Mathematics MATH, FIN, STAT in the QS 2017 subject rankings for English Language and Background Students Literature. Financial Mathematics INFO Mathematics MATH English Literatures ENGL Mathematical Economics MATH, INFO, ECON Statistics STAT French FREN Mathematics MATH History HIST Quantitative and Computational MATH, FIN, STAT, CSCI Indigenous Studies INDS, AUST Trading Italian ITAL Quantitative Corporate Finance and MATH, FIN, STAT, CSCI University of Wollongong University of Wollongong Japanese JAPA Investments Philosophy PHIL Risk Management and Insurance FIN, STAT Politics POL, INTS Science and Technology Studies STS Sociology SOC MEDIA AND COMMUNICATIONS Spanish SPAN Writing and English Literatures ENGL, CACW At UOW, you’ll enter a hands-on, intensive learning environment that encourages you to develop a wide range of creative, technical and conceptual skills. You’ll communicate with broad audiences to influence their behaviour and acquire skills Additional subject prefixes CST that are in demand. UOW is ranked in the top 200 in the world in the QS 2017 subject rankings for Communications and Media Studies. INTERNATIONAL STUDIES UNDERGRADUATE SUBJECT CODE Digital Media and Communication MEDA, BCM, DIGC Study Abroad and Exchange 2018/19 Study Abroad and Exchange 2018/19 Our international studies program will connect you with a changing world: the rise of social media, fluctuations in the Global Media and Communication BCM, CST economy, multicultural complexity, a shifting climate and revolutions in how we work and play. UOW prepares flexible, Journalism and Professional Writing JRNL analytical graduates who are ready to thrive in this world. Marketing Communication and MARK Advertising UNDERGRADUATE SUBJECT CODE POSTGRADUATE SUBJECT CODE Global Sustainable Development INTS International Studies MIST International Relations INTS PSYCHOLOGY Also search the subject database under “Global”, “Asia” and “Europe” Our psychology courses are accredited by the Australian Psychological Accreditation Council, so our staff are constantly working to ensure our courses meet the evolving needs of students and industry. LAW, MARITIME LAW AND POLICY UNDERGRADUATE SUBJECT CODE POSTGRADUATE SUBJECT CODE Psychology PSYC, PSYS Psychology (clinical) GHMC, PSYP Our unique approach to legal education will provide you with a critical and questioning attitude, broad perspectives and skills and knowledge valuable in a diverse range of legal careers. Postgraduate students with an interest in ocean law and policy will enjoy access to UOW’s Australian National Centre for Ocean Resources and Security (ANCORS). UOW is ranked 20 in the top 200 in the world in the QS 2017 subject rankings for Law. The 2018 Times Higher Education World Subject Ranking 21 places UOW Law in the top 100 in the world. UNDERGRADUATE SUBJECT CODE POSTGRADUATE SUBJECT CODE Law LAW, LLB Law LAW Fisheries Policy CMP Maritime Policy CMP Maritime Studies CMP
PUBLIC AND POPULATION HEALTH SOCIAL SCIENCE Societies all over the world face huge disease burdens including chronic disease and lifestyle related conditions, such as Social Scientists are tasked with improving the lives of not just individuals but whole communities. UOW social science obesity. Preventing these illnesses, injuries and disabilities is the core business of public health. You will learn the skills to students engage in interdisciplinary study about human behaviour, including subjects in psychology, human geography and work with communities and populations to improve health outcomes, and contribute to an equitable, healthy and sustainable social determinants of health and wellbeing. global community. UNDERGRADUATE SUBJECT CODE POSTGRADUATE SUBJECT CODE UNDERGRADUATE SUBJECT CODE POSTGRADUATE SUBJECT CODE Criminology HAS Psychology GHMC, PSYP Epidemiology HAS Psychology GHMC, PHYS, PSYP Education for Change ED**, HAS Public Health HAS Health Administration HAS Public Health HAS Human Geography GEOG Indigenous Studies INDS Health Promotion HAS Workplace Health & Safety HAS Psychology PSYC, PSYS Indigenous Health HAS Public Health HAS University of Wollongong University of Wollongong Population Health HAS, EESC, GEOG Public Health Nutrition HAS, MEDI Psychology PSYC, PSYS Social Marketing HAS, MARK Public Health HAS Social Policy HAS, SOC Public Health Nutrition HAS, MEDI Sociology SOC SCIENCE SOCIAL WORK UOW is ranked in the top 150 universities in the world in QS 2017 subject rankings for Materials Science and Chemistry, and in the Studying social work at UOW will give you theoretical and practical knowledge to pursue your passion, while working with top 200 for Earth and Marine Sciences. The Academic Ranking of World Universities has ranked UOW Energy Science in 2017 in the leading experts in the field who share your passion. top 50 in the world. UNDERGRADUATE UNDERGRADUATE SUBJECT CODE POSTGRADUATE SUBJECT CODE Study Abroad and Exchange 2018/19 Study Abroad and Exchange 2018/19 Social Work SOWK Biological Sciences BIOL Biotechnology SCIE, BIOL Chemistry CHEM Chemistry SCIE, CHEM **These subject prefixes apply to a large range of subjects. Please see the subject database at https://solss.uow.edu.au/owa/sid/CAL.PUBLIC_VIEW1 for a full search of subjects available. Conservation Biology BIOL Earth and Environmental Sciences EESC, ENVI Earth and Environmental Science EESC Environmental Biology SCIE, BIOL Environmental Engineering ENVE Medicinal Chemistry MEDI, CHEM Environmental Science BIOL, EESC, SCIE, ENVI Medical Radiation Physics PHY, PHYS Geology EESC Environmental Engineering ENVE Materials MATE Medical Biotechnology MEDI, BIOL Medical and Radiation Physics PHYS Nuclear Science and Technology PHYS Physical Geography and Environmental EESC, GEOG Geosciences Physics PHYS Science and Technology Studies STS, SCIE Sports and Movement Science MEDI, CHEM, SCIE 22 Additional subject prefixes SCED, SCIE 23
STUDY OPTIONS STUDY OPTIONS Admission Apply now: requirements a step-by-step guide — — STUDY ABROAD & INTERNATIONAL EXCHANGE PROGRAM ENGLISH LANGUAGE PROGRAMS 1 SUBMIT YOUR APPLICATION ONLINE Visit uow.edu.au/future/studyabroad/apply 4 CONFIRMATION OF ENROLMENT & VISA University of Wollongong University of Wollongong ENGLISH FOR ENTRY TO UOW Create a Student Mobility Online (SMO) account and The UOW Office of Global Student Mobility will email complete your online application. you an electronic confirmation of enrolment (eCOE) ACADEMIC REQUIREMENTS : Students who do not meet the direct entry requirements for once you have accepted your offer and your payment –– Completion of at least one year of study at a university or Study Abroad and Exchange may choose to enrol in a period You will be asked to upload the following has been processed. You will use this eCOE when other recognised tertiary institution of intensive English through UOW College (located on the documentation in your online application: applying for your Australian student visa (visa sub –– A cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 2.7 or higher on a Wollongong campus). Courses are offered for 6, 12 or 18 weeks class 500 Non Award). with the option of adding additional weeks of study depending on –– An original copy of your academic transcript 4.0 scale 5 your level of English. English classes commence every 6 weeks. –– An original copy of your English language results (if applicable) APPLY FOR AIRPORT PICK-UP ENGLISH LANGUAGE REQUIREMENT –– A Study Abroad and Exchange Supporting Statement Form completed by your home Request your complimentary airport pick-up at ENGLISH PLUS UNI IELTS university uowairportpickup.com.au Offered through UOW College, English Plus Uni is for students –– Academic overall 6.0, and 6.0 in reading and writing. You will also be asked to submit your study plan as part who do not have English as their first language, and have not 6 met the required level of English to undertake a formal semester of the online application. For more information on how TOEFL to select the subjects you will study at Wollongong, Study Abroad and Exchange 2018/19 Study Abroad and Exchange 2018/19 program. ENROL ONLINE –– 550 paper please see Planning your Semester Program at –– 213 computer Students audit one or two university subjects and at the same uow.edu.au/future/studyabroad/yourprogram Six weeks prior to the commencement of your –– 4.0 TWE/Essay Rating time take part-time English language classes. Students study program, you will receive instructions on how to enrol 2 –– 79 internet-based with not less than 20 in writing, 18 in English for 14 hours per week and attend their chosen university as a UOW student and how to enrol in the subjects that reading, 17 in listening and 16 in speaking. subject(s) for 3–6 hours per week. APPLY FOR ACCOMMODATION have been approved on your Study Plan. You will also receive your UOW username and password and your Applicants who have studied in a country where English is the Students receive a transcript from UOW College for their If you wish to live in a UOW residence then you MUST UOW email address. medium of instruction may be exempted—this includes studies studies. Home universities may choose to offer credit for this apply to UOW Living by: in English-speaking countries, as well as completion of schooling program. Keep checking your personal emails regularly though –– October 31 for Autumn (February) for important pre-arrival information. in Malaysia, Hong Kong and Singapore, and examination –– May 1 for Spring (July) results in high school English subjects in some European and 7 Scandinavian countries. STUDY TOURS AND GROUP PROGRAMS You should apply for accommodation by the above UOW College offers customised study tour programs for groups dates to guarantee your accommodation placement ARRIVE AT UOW! of students. Study tours can be held at any time of the year, apply-accom.uow.edu.au INDICATIVE TUITION FEES (2018 FEES) and consist of English language training and/or academic 3 Tuition A$9,600 per semester (4 subjects) components and/or leisure and social research activities. A$7400 per trimester (3 subjects) Students are typically accommodated in homestay. RETURNING YOUR OFFER A$9600 per trimester (4 subjects) For all or some of the study tour components, the home ACCEPTANCE (ATTACHMENT A) 24 Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) $404 (per semester – university may choose to grant credit towards studies at the Successful applicants will receive an Offer of 25 single cover)# (2017 rate, likely to increase) home university. Admission letter to the UOW Study Abroad & Exchange Program via email. Student Services and Amenities Fee A$149 (per semester)** Accept your offer through your Student Mobility Additional full-time English language course (if required to Online (SMO) account by uploading your signed offer reach entry) – $510 per week acceptance document – ‘Attachment A’ and make As for English Plus Uni - $565 per week any required payments as outlined in your Offer of Admission letter (tuition, OSHC and SSAF). # Not applicable to Swedish or Belgian students; subject to change without notice by the Australian government. Some Norwegian students may also be exempted. ** Not applicable to exchange students; fee for other students subject to change
Global partners AGREEMENT TYPES INSTITUTION TYPE INSTITUTION TYPE INSTITUTION TYPE Student Exchange Agreement LATVIA SOUTH KOREA UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Study Abroad Agreement Latvijas Universitate, Riga Chung-Ang University Alma College Utrecht Network (Exchange Program) Daejin University American Institute for Foreign LIECHTENSTEIN Keimyung University Study Universität Liechtenstein Kyung Hee University Arcadia University Seoul National University Ball State University LITHUANIA Beloit College Sogang University Viliniaus Universitetas Woosuk University Boise State University INSTITUTION TYPE INSTITUTION TYPE INSTITUTION TYPE Butler University, IFSA MALAYSIA SPAIN AUSTRIA Wuhan University HONG KONG California State University, Chico INTI International University & Universidad Complutense de Karl-Franzens-Universität, Graz Zhejiang Normal University City University of Hong Kong California State University, Long Colleges Madrid Hong Kong Baptist University Beach Zejiang Yuexiu University of Universiti Sains Malaysia Universidad de Almeria BELGIUM Foreign Languages The Hong Kong Polytechnic California State University, Universidad de Leon Monterey Bay Universiteit Antwerpen University MALTA DENMARK Universidad de Deusto Colgate University The Hong Kong Institute of Università ta’ Malta BRAZIL Aarhus Universitet Education Universidad de Oviedo Colorado School of Mines University of Wollongong University of Wollongong Pontificia Universidade Catolica Københavns Universitet MEXICO Universitat de València Emory University (Goizueta de Campinas HUNGARY Business School) University of Southern Denmark Instituto Panamericano De SWEDEN Pontificia Universidade Catolica Eötvös Loránd University (ELTE) Goucher College Alta Direccion De Empresa, Do Rio De Janeiro (PUC-Rio) ESTONIA Universidad Pamamericana KTH Royal Institute of Hanover College Universidade de Brasila ICELAND Tecchnology Indiana University of Pennsylvania Tartu Ülikool Tecnológico de Monterrey Universidade de Sao Paulo Háskóli Íslands Guadalajara Campus University of Lund Indiana University, Bloomington Universidade Federal FINLAND Universidad Iberoamericana Umeå University Kalamazoo College de Santa Catarina INDIA Karlstads Universitet Kansas State University University of Eastern Finland Helsingin Yliopisto, Helsinki Pandit Deendayal Petroleum NETHERLANDS Uppsala Universitet Keene State College CANADA University Arnhem Business School (HAN Lebanon Valley College Concordia University FRANCE University) SWITZERLAND INDONESIA Marist College HEC Montreal Audencia Business School Universiteit Maastrich Universität Basel Michigan State University McMaster University Universitas Gadjah Mada Hogeschool voor de Kunsten University of Lucerne Université Catholique de Lille Molloy College University of Alberta (IÉSEG School of Management) Utrecht University of St Gallen IRELAND Montana State University University of British Columbia École Catholique d’Arts et Métiers Radboud Univeristy University College Cork TAIWAN North Carolina State University, University of Calgary (ECAM Lyon) Universiteit Utrecht Raleigh École Catholique d’Arts et Métiers University of Limerick Chang Gung Institute of Study Abroad and Exchange 2018/19 Study Abroad and Exchange 2018/19 University of Manitoba Northern Arizona University (ECAM Strasbourg) NEW CALEDONIA Technology University of Montreal ITALY Occidental College University of Toronto École Internationale des Sciences University of New Caledonia MingDao University Politecnico di Milano Pacific University du Traitement de I'Information National Pingtung Institute of University of Victoria Roger Williams University École Spéciale de Mécanique et Università di Bologna NORWAY Commerce University of Waterloo Smith College D'Electricité (ESME – Sudria) Università di Cagliari VID Specialized University National Taiwan University of The IGS Group (Including The Università G. D. Annunzio Di The University College of Science and Technology (Taiwan Springfield College CZECH REPUBLIC American Business School, Paris) Chieti-Pescara Southeast Norway Tech) State University of New York at Masarykova Univerzita, Brno Soochow University Plattsburgh Institut National des Sciences Università degli studi di Ferrara Lillehammer University College Appliquees de Lyon (INSA Lyon) Università degli studi di Genova Southern Taiwan University of Univeristy at Albany, CHINA Norwegian University of Science Institut Polytechnique LaSalle Technology State University of New York Beihang University Università degli studi di Napoli and Technology (NTNU) Beauvais Federico II Dep of Economics and Tatung University University of Arizona Beijing Institute of Technology Universitetet i Bergen SUPELEC Statistics Tunghai University University of Colorado (Boulder) (BIT) University of Oslo Université d'Orléans Università degli studi di Molise University of Connecticut Beijing Jiaotong University University of Stavanger University of Pau and Pays de Università per Stranieri di Siena THAILAND University of Denver Central China Normal University l'Adour Assumption University University of Hartford POLAND China Univeristy of Miniing Université de Lille JAPAN Chiang Mai University University of Illinois, Urbana- Technology (CUMT Beijing) Uniwersytet Jagiellonski Kraków Université de Strasbourg Aichi Prefectural University Kasetsart University Champaign China Univeristy of Miniing University of Kansas, Lawrence Université François-Rabelais, Tours Aoyama Gakuin University PORTUGAL Technology (CUMT Xuzhou) TURKEY Université de Montpellier Dokkyo University Universidade de Coimbra University of Maine Guangdong University of Foreign Studies Doshisha University Instituto Superior Tecnico Bogaziçi University University of Massachusetts, GERMANY Doshisha Women’s College of Koç University Amherst Jinan University (Guangdong) Universidade da Madeira 26 Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Liberal Arts University of Miami 27 Jinggangshean University Erlangen-Nürnberg UNITED KINGDOM Gunma University ROMANIA University of Nebraska, Lincoln North China University of Fachhochschule Kiel Cardiff University Technology Hiroshima Shudo University Universitatea ‘Alexandru Ioan University of North Carolina, Julius Maxmilian University of J.F. Oberlin University Cuza’, Iasi Lancaster University Chapel Hill Shanghai University of Wurzburg International Business and Kindai University Queen’s University of Belfast University of North Carolina, Leibniz Universität Hannover Kobe University SLOVAKIA University of East Anglia Asheville Economics (SUIBE) Ruhr-Universität Bochum Kwansei Gakuin University Univerzita Komenského v University of Exeter University of North Carolina, Shanghai International Studies University (SISU) SRH University Heidelberg Braislave University of Hull Wilmington Kyorin University Technische Universität München University of Leeds University of North Florida Tongi University Meio University University of Applied Sciences, SLOVENIA University of Oklahoma University of Electronic Science & Nagoya Institute of Technology University of Liverpool Technology of China (UESTC) Kiel Univerza v Ljubljani University of Sheffield University of Redlands Oita University University of Jinan (Shandong) Universität Mannheim University of Surrey University of Scranton Otaru University of Commerce SINGAPORE University of Science & Universität Leipzig University of Texas, Dallas Senshu University Nanyang Technological University Technology Beijing Western Michigan University GREECE Shinshu University University of Science & Wheaton College Aristotéleio Panepistimio of Sophia University Technology of China Thessalonikis University of Electro- Communications
Important dates Your UOW WOLLONGONG CAMPUS ACCOMMODATION APPLICATIONS University of Wollongong Autumn (Feb) Session 2018 Applications for university residences must be made online at Orientation 20-22 February apply-accom.uow.edu.au experience Classes commence 26 February In order to guarantee a place in the residences, application End of Autumn session 21 June must be submitted by: 31 October for studies commencing in February Spring (July) Session 2018 May 1 for studies commencing in July Orientation 16 July Classes commence 23 July awaits. End of Spring session 15 November ENGLISH LANGUAGE COURSE DATES Autumn (Feb) Session 2019 For entry to Length of Start date Orientation 19-21 February UOW session study required Classes commence 25 February 18 weeks 26 February 2018 Study Abroad and Exchange 2018/19 End of Autumn session 21 June Spring 2018 12 weeks 9 April 2018 Spring (July) Session 2019 6 weeks 21 May 2018 Orientation 15 July 18 weeks 2 October 2018 Classes commence 22 July End of Spring session 15 November Autumn 2019 12 weeks 12 November 2018 6 weeks 7 January 2019 SYDNEY BUSINESS SCHOOL – SYDNEY AND 18 weeks 25 February 2019 WOLLONGONG INNOVATION CAMPUS Spring 2019 12 weeks 8 April 2019 Trimester 1–2018 (February-April) 6 weeks 20 May 2019 Enrolment/Orientation 30-31 January (Sydney) 1-2 February (Wollongong) Lectures Commence 5 February End of Session 27 April Trimester 2–2018 (May-August) Enrolment/Orientation 8-9 May (Sydney) 28 10-11 May (Wollongong) Lectures Commence 14 May End of Session 3 August Trimester 3–2018 (August-November) Enrolment/Orientation 14-15 August (Sydney) 16-17 August (Wollongong) Lectures Commence 20 August End of Session 15 November Trimester 1-2019 (February-May) Enrolment/Orientation 5-6 February 2019 (Sydney) 7-8 February 2019 (Wollongong) Lectures Commence 11 February 2019 End of Session 3 May 2019
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