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Dallas Hodgetts: Completing the University Access Program (UAP) in 2016, Dallas learnt the crucial steps at UOW College to navigate a university degree at UOW.

Dallas Hodgetts: Completing the University Access Program (UAP) in 2016, Dallas learnt the crucial steps at UOW College to navigate a university degree at UOW.

Students at University of Wollongong campus:  While studying at UOW College you get all the privileges and advantages of students studying at UOW.

Students at University of Wollongong campus: While studying at UOW College you get all the privileges and advantages of students studying at UOW.

If you have always dreamed of going to university, didn’t get the necessary ATAR or want a career-ready qualification, then take a look at UOW College.

With a long and proud history as one of Australia’s most successful university colleges, UOW College has 30 years’ experience in the delivery of academic pathway programs, higher education diplomas and vocational education and training plus English language courses.

After successful completion of a UOW College course, students are guaranteed* entry into the first or second year of a range of UOW undergraduate degrees, and/or receive a nationally recognised career-ready qualification – over 89 per cent of UOW College vocational program graduates have found employment or progressed to higher study^.

The highly accredited, dedicated and passionate UOW College staff have supported more than 31,000 students from over 70 nations through their first crucial steps on the journey to achieving tertiary qualifications and careers.

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“UOW College students benefit from a seamless transition to university, thriving on the world-class campuses of UOW,” general manager Julie Renwick of UOW College said. “UOW College also provides students with specialised academic and personal support tailored to their College program to prepare them for success at university and in the workforce.”

Key benefits include:

  • Become immersed in the university campus life from day one
  • Get treated like a university student while studying at UOW College
  • Access to all on-campus facilities
  • First year accommodation guarantee
  • Join any of the UOW clubs and societies
  • UOW College activities program – sport, BBQs and other social activities
  • Tailored student support services e.g. PASS – Peer Assisted Study Sessions, mentor programs, Studiosity – 24|7 online study help

UOW College students benefit from quality academic courses, small class sizes and a caring and diverse culture. This prepares students for a real working environment through practical learning and work placement opportunities.

UOW College offers programs for: school leavers who did not attain an ATAR or achieve the required ATAR for their chosen university course, mature aged or other individuals who did not finish high school who seek preparation and entry to a university degree, school leavers who experienced disadvantage, and those who seek a career-ready qualification to enter the workforce.

Dallas Hodgetts, who completed the University Access Program (UAP) in 2016 said, “UOW College has been an invaluable step for my future study at UOW. Not having finished high school or completed any formal study for nearly 20 years, UAP eased me into study. It taught me how to navigate the university systems, how to write academic style essays, referencing and how to research topics.”

With over 25 courses in Business and Management, Early Childhood Education and Care, Engineering, Fitness, Nursing and Health, Information Technology, Legal Services, University Preparation and English Language Programs.

Applications are now open for UOW College in 2018. Just select your course at website uow.college/courses or call UOW College to discuss options on 1300 367 869. Apply online at uow.college/apply.

*Guarantee is subject to meeting UOW entry requirements. ^Vocational Graduate Student Outcomes survey 2016.