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  • If you are an International Student click here to apply for a UOW College course.
  • If you are a domestic student please follow the steps below to submit your UOW College application.

 

Step 1: Complete the Application Form

The first step in applying for a UOW College academic course is completing an application form. Select the course below that you would like to study at UOW College to download and print the relevant application form.

If you are applying for a sponsored, non-fee paying place that you have been offered by the University of Wollongong complete both forms below.

For information about sponsored non-fee paying places contact Kylie Austin (02) 4252 8885 or .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

Step 2: Supporting Documentation

Your UOW College application requires additional documentation. This documentation differs depending on which course you are applying for. Identify the checklist for your desired course below and ensure you have included all of the relevant documents in your application.

UAP, University Entrance Certificate, Foundation Studies and Diploma Programs:
Application Form

Download and complete the above application form. It is important that all sections are filled out.

Academic Transcripts

Attach certified copies of your academic transcripts, or other documentation as listed on the application form.

Terms and Conditions

Read and understand the terms and conditions, refund policy and privacy information on the application.

Citizenship

Attach a certified copy of Australian citizenship or Permanent Residency or Humanitarian Visa.

UniAdvice Address

Please send your complete application to:
UniAdvice
Building 36
University of Wollongong
2 Northfields Avenue
Wollongong NSW 2522

Make an appointment with a student advisor if choosing part-time study.

Students wishing to undertake part-time study must specify this at enrolment and must meet with a student advisor upon enrolment to discuss their enrolment pattern.

Additional Checklist for Nursing and Education Applicants (UAP, University Entrance Certificate, STEP to UOW & Foundation Studies):
Additional written statement

Include with your application a written statement addressing the additional criteria:

  1. State your most recent academic qualifications and results (e.g. HSC, TAFE).
  2. Describe your career ambitions and motivations for studying.
  3. Describe any community involvement or other achievements relevant to your desired program of university study, e.g. teaching/childcare experience in the case of Bachelor of Teaching.
STEP to UOW Application Checklist:
Application Form

Download and complete the above application form. It is important that all sections are filled out.

Additional Documentation

Attach certified copies of your academic transcripts, and documentation explaining your disadvantage as listed on the application form.

Terms and Conditions

Read and understand the terms and conditions, refund policy and privacy information on the application.

Citizenship

Attach a certified copy of Australian/New Zealand citizenship or Permanent Residency or Humanitarian Visa.

Request for Commonwealth Support

All STEP to UOW places are government supported, therefore the student is not required to pay an amount upfront.

UniAdvice Address

Please send your completed application to:
STEP to UOW
UniAdvice
Building 36
University of Wollongong
2 Northfields Avenue
Wollongong NSW 2522

Make an appointment with student advisor if choosing part-time study

Students wishing to undertake part-time study must specify this at enrolment and must meet with a student advisor upon enrolment to discuss their enrolment pattern.

Step 3: Submit your application by the closing date

Applications close approximately 4 weeks prior to the start of the session. To view keys days including application closing dates, visit the key dates page of our website.

Please allow time for your application to reach its destination by post. Late applications will only be considered if places are available.

Step 4: Email notification

You will be notified via email of the outcome of your application 2-3 weeks after the application closing date.

Step 5: Offer Acceptance and Payment

If you are a successful applicant and receive an offer you must return your Offer Acceptance and Payment advice by the date specified in your offer.

Step 6: Orientation

You will be notified via email with the date for orientation and enrolment. Be sure to make time to attend orientation and enrolment where you will sign up for your classes. You should note that late enrolment may not be permitted.

Need Help?

If you have any questions regarding pathway programs into UOW call UniAdvice on 1300 367 869 or email .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) for assistance with all enquiries.

Students who have questions about our  vocational education programs should call 1300 885 395.

For information about sponsored non-fee paying places from UOW contact Kylie Austin (02) 4252 8885 or .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

*Please note that in some instances, where there are limited places available and there is very high demand for UOW College pathway programs, applications for a session at the Wollongong campus may close early. This may particularly occur with UOW College pathways leading to courses in the Faculties of Arts, Education and Health and Behavioural Sciences. If the closing date is brought forward due to high demand, applicants will be advised that they will be considered for the next available intake.

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