The Wollongong campus is located on the New South Wales coast, 80km south of Sydney and 3kms from the centre of Wollongong. The campus sits at the foot of Mount Keira, five minutes from the heart of Wollongong City and its renowned beaches. The grounds are an immaculate stunning combination of bushland, lawn and waterways.
Opening in February 2017, the new campus initially occupies two floors in the Liverpool City Council’s Moore Street building and will move into the larger premises in Liverpool’s new Civic Place development, expected to be completed in 2019. Along with the new campus, the University will establish the Western Sydney Nursing Education and Research Centre (WeSNER) to train the next generation of nurses and encourage them to study, train and work in the Liverpool area.
Situated by iconic Sydney landmarks, diverse eateries, shopping outlets, transport and other essential services, the premises is a spacious and engaging environment and promises to encourage stronger bonds amongst peers and between staff and students. The premises provides; additional contemporary teaching, learning and resource spaces all equipped with the latest technology, comfortable social spaces and improved access to transport and essential services operating later into the evening.
Situated west of Nowra in the City of Shoalhaven, the Shoalhaven campus is approximately one hour south of Wollongong. As part of a network of centres designed to bring university education to local communities, the University of Wollongong, UOW College and Illawarra Institute of TAFE jointly use the teaching spaces and library.
UOW Southern Sydney is a joint initiative of the University of Wollongong, Sydney Institute of TAFE Sutherland College and Sutherland Shire Council. At the Southern Sydney campus you will learn in a friendly environment, making full use of small work classes as well as linking with others across the network of UOW students. UOW College offers the University Access Program (UAP) at the Southern Sydney campus during autumn sessions.