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First in NSW/ACT for Learning Resources, Learner Engagement, Skills Development and Generic Skills.Quality Indicators for Learning and Teaching (QILT) 2019
UOW ranked in the 181-190 band overall for graduate employability.QS Graduate Employability Rankings 2019
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Being the third-largest city in New South Wales and only an hour from Sydney, Wollongong is a vibrant city that offers the perfect Australian lifestyle.801-757-2741
UOW has two campuses in Australia’s largest city, Sydney, and a new campus in one of Australia’s fastest growing regions, the Great South West.Explore our campuses
In 1993 UOW established the ﬁrst of its regional campuses in the Shoalhaven. Since then the network has been extended so that residents of other regional areas can beneﬁt from a university education close to home. We now have campuses in Bega, Batemans Bay, Shoalhaven and Southern Highlands.(774) 484-1014
UOW is a global network of campuses, delivering world-class research and teaching to students in Australia, the United Arab Emirates, Hong Kong, Malaysia and Singapore. The University also has formal agreements with more than 150 overseas institutions in the areas of research collaboration, student and staff exchange, and offshore program delivery.Learn more
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The front line of sea level rises
A warming planet is driving sea level rises and forcing the world map to be redrawn to reflect changes to our coastlines. So, what do we stand to lose locally and what if our best defence is already in place?
Getting up close and personal with our DNA
If we are to make advances in the field molecular biology, it’s important that the world’s brightest minds – along with early career researchers and students – have access to the world’s best technology.
All patients admitted to emergency departments of two hospitals in Western Sydney are now tested for type 2 diabetes. It's real change brought about by research conducted by Dr Xiaoqi Feng and her team.