International Fees

International Scholarships

UOW College offers a range of partial tuition scholarships to students from selected countries for both English Language and Academic pathway courses.

No need to apply for these scholarships, you can simply complete the Application Form for your course and the scholarship will be assessed and awarded as appropriate.

To be eligible to receive a scholarship with UOWC all applicants must be a citizen of an eligible country and must be residing in that country at the time of application.

International Bursaries and Scholarships, click here. 


 Australia Awards Scholarships

Australia Awards Scholarships are long term development awards administered by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade. They aim to contribute to the long term development needs of Australia's partner countries in line with bilateral and regional agreements. They provide opportunities for people from developing countries, particularly those countries located in the Indo-Pacific region, to undertake full time undergraduate or postgraduate study at participating Australian universities and Technical and Further Education (TAFE) institutions.

BUPA Scholarships 

BUPA provide Overseas Health Cover (OHC) to UOW College and University of Wollongong international students. In conjunction with OSH, BUPA awards $2500 annually to UOW College for student scholarships. From this, the College awards six BUPA scholarships annually to our best performing students during the year. Scholarships are subject to change.  

Undergraduate Excellence Scholarships (UES) 

The UES offers 25% reduction of the international tuition fee for the duration of the course, up to a maximum of 4 years. 

There is no limit to the number of UES available - as long as you meet the academic criteria, you will automatically be awarded the scholarship along with your offer of admission. You may be eligible if you have excellent results in one of the following categories: 

  • Australia Year 12 or equivalent international secondary school qualification;
  • Foundation Studies programs approved for direct admission to Bachelor degrees and offered at an institution recognised by UOW;
  • Diploma or other academic pathway program approved for admission with credit exemption from an institution with which UOW has a formal agreement;
  • Up to one year of study in a Bachelor degree at a recognised University, where there is no credit exemption awarded to study at UOW.

 The UES is available to students enrolling in Bachelor degrees at UOW (Australian campuses only) except for the following: Medicine & Surgery; Nursing; Science (Nutrition or Exercise Science); Nutrition & Dietetics; Exercise Science & Rehabilitation; Social Work; and Psychology (all degrees).  

Faculty Merit Scholarships (FMS) 

This scholarship provides a further 25% reduction of the international tuition fees bringing the total scholarship value to 50% off the tuition fee when offered in combination with the UES.

The Faculty Merit Scholarships are for those with outstanding results, in the same categories outlined above for the UES, and applying for a number of Bachelor degrees at UOW (Australian campuses only). Refer to the UOW website for a full list of eligible degrees.

UOW International Academic Merit Scholarship recipients have the opportunity to pursue work placements and internships. Engineering students have guaranteed vacation work at the end of their third year to ensure they meet Engineering Australia accreditation requirements.

Scholarship recipients may be offered the option to enrol in an advanced program; these include the Dean’s Scholar, Advanced Degrees and the Engineering (Scholar) programs. 

Last reviewed: 29 April, 2016