Let a current UOW student show you around our beautiful campus and amazing facilities. Tours depart every 30mins from 10.00am until 2.30pm.
This purpose-built teaching lab houses the latest digital microscopes, rock specimens and computers on wheels for enhanced student learning. Tours every 30mins from 10am to 3.30pm.
See the facilities you'll use as a UOW student: labs and workshops, including the fluids tank, 3D print lab, imaging lab, and civil labs. Tours start every hour from 10am ...
Check out the amazing artwork produced by students and staff who are practising artists in the gallery.
Tour our multipurpose Clinical Skills labs, used primarily in the training of UOW medical students. Tours start every 30 mins from 10am to 3:30pm.
Join a guided tour to one of our closest and newest student residences. See and hear what living at a UOW residence in 2018 could be like for you.
Visit UOW Library's Virtual Reality space, where students create and test, or simply immerse themselves in virtual worlds.
Tour the new MakerSpace where UOW students experiment with the latest prototyping tools and technology, including 3D printers, virtual reality headsets and digital recording programs.
Join us at this interactive exhibit that lets you try your hand at programming a robot to solve a maze.
Meet the student-built hospital robot of the future, built to navigate and deliver medicine in hospitals (the winner of the 2016 National Instruments Autonomous Robotics Competition).
UOW's Nursing Teaching lab simulates a clinical environment and engages our students in real-life situations to prepare them for practice. Tours start every 30 mins from 10am to 3:30pm.
Visit the Whole Room Calorimeter lab where energy expenditure is calculated based on measurements of air samples. Tours start every 30 mins from 10am to 3:30pm.
Watch physics students whip up some of their famous liquid nitrogen ice cream using science!
Students interested in postgraduate study can receive course advice at the Postgraduate booth or speak directly to Faculty staff.
Students interested in Pre-Med, Science & Health should join any of the Health & Medicine tours. Tours every 30mins from 10am to 3.30pm.
Get hands-on and explore different aspects of Science-Technology-Engineering-Maths (STEM) with fun activities and displays, including drones, balsa plans and bottle rockets.
A 'hop-on-hop-off' bus tour covering some Wollongong's main attractions. Stops at UOW residences, so you can get a closer look. Departs every 15mins from 10.00am until 2.30pm.
A demonstration of real projects from UOW students, showing the innovative and rewarding work that students undertake.
Some of Australia's most successful innovators and entrepreneurs are female. Address the gender imbalance not because you're female, but because careers in STEM are rewarding for all.
Learn how close to 200 UOW students from all study areas are designing, building and operating a futuristic solar-powered home as part of an international student competition in Dubai.
Hear about the exciting career opportunities chemistry opens up as well as other interdisciplinary study areas, including medicinal chemistry and the emerging field of bionanotechnology.
Digital innovation is changing how we work, live and play. Learn how you can use these in-demand skills to design, create and build solutions for our digital future.
Hear how a creative arts degree from UOW will help you to become an artist or creative professional with the skills to think analytically, creatively and conceptually.
For those who can't wait. Don't. Come and find out how you can earn a place at UOW before you sit your final exams.
Events, hospitality and tourism are big business. Hear how our practical degree programs with TAFE will provide you with two qualifications and the skills to succeed in these worldwide industries.
Come and learn how a degree in international studies will give you the skills to not only analyse global issues but influence their impact on our modern world.
See how writing and research skills underpin modern communications, and that online delivery is central to the provision of information and cultural participation.
Hear about this accredited degree that builds on your undergraduate study and kick-starts your teaching career as a Primary or Secondary Educator.
In a recent survey, four of the top 10 careers required strong mathematical skills. Find out about the wonderful ways mathematicians and statisticians make the world a better place.
Nursing is a rewarding profession, and skilled and compassionate nurses are the key to healthcare in the future. Hear how you can make a difference to people's lives every day.
If you don't get the ATAR or IB you need to get into UOW, or if you're looking for a career-ready vocational qualification - UOW College can help you achieve ...
This session shows you how pre-medical studies build a foundation for entry into medical school or further study to become a dentist, pharmacist, physiotherapist, podiatrist and more.
Social Science will help you understand and help shape your world. Hear about major study areas, including criminology, human geography, public health, sociology, social marketing.
Want to go places? UOW can take you to all corners of the world. Get more from your degree with a Study Overseas program, your passport to a truly global ...
Witness an industrial robot in action.
Take a guided tour of Caring for the Incarcerated with curator, Associate Professor Louella McCarthy from the School of Medicine, and explore the place of medicine in our prison system.
Accountancy is providing reliable, timely and accurate information for decision makers, especially for economic decisions. Hear why the future needs accountants with skills beyond numbers.
Hear how a degree in Arts and Humanities will empower you to think differently about the world. Gain the skills to solve problems across a huge range of industries.
75% of future jobs will be in STEM. Listen as researchers, alumni and industry professionals share their stories and insights about digital innovations and their global impacts.
Studying based on passion alone is one thing. Understanding how to begin a career in a dynamic job market is another. Do just that with prep and info from UOW ...
Earth and Environmental Sciences (geology, physical geography and environmental geosciences) deciphers the past, understands the present, and predicts earth's future sustainability.
Come and hear how economics helps us answer big questions: Should the government legalise drugs? How can we fight extreme poverty? Why should we invest in education?
Engineers make things happen! Learn more about different majors and how engineers design and create solutions to improve life for everyone, such as clean water and sustainable energy.
Find out how the Summer Master Class can help you get a head-start in your uni degree, a guarantee you an Early Admissions Interview and help maximise your HSC results.
This 15 minute demonstration will showcase the MakerSpace art sewing and computerised embroidery machinery, as well as some of the designs already created by our students.
On campus, near the beach or in the city. Living in a student residence is an excellent way to start uni and your place is guaranteed for qualifying first-year students.
Marketing skills are in demand as the world transforms into a global marketplace. Come and find out why marketing is so important and the range of careers it can lead ...
Learn about UOW's Master of Education specialisations. Join an interactive session on teaching English rhythm: a part of the Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages major.
Hear about study within Medical and Health Sciences, and Exercise Science & Rehabilitation: important health professions within the medical research and clinical health fields.
Those who build a successful career in medicine demonstrate a commitment to the ideal of 'service to society'. This session covers information on our graduate medicine program.
This is the session for parents to hear about UOW and ask questions they have about uni life, and what it may be like for their child as a UOW ...
Physicists use their skills to create innovating technologies and new approaches to problem-solving. Come and hear about the career options you can have with a degree in physics.
Learn about our suite of postgraduate courses, flexible learning and alternative entry based on experience. Hear how you can expand your expertise and build professional networks.
Learn how social work empowers individuals, families and communities to make positive changes in their lives. Discover how it confronts disadvantage and distress by enabling these groups.
Tour UOW's extensive sporting and fitness facilities and discover how you can get involved with sport and fitness on campus. Be inspired by UOW's Sporting Hall of Fame.
If you yearn for a daily challenge to be creative and generous, to be a life-long learner, then come and see what it takes to be a success in the ...
Getting staff to perform at their best requires specialised skills. Come and learn about management and HR, and the careers you can have working with and leading people.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people face a unique set of social and health issues. Discover how these studies will give you the skills needed for effective and appropriate healthcare.
Find out how studying a language can prepare you for a globalised and multicultural world economy.
Hear how a legal education will provide you with the broad skill set needed for a wide range of legal careers both in and outside the courtroom.
See a robotic arm move with voice commands and explore the possibilities experimenting with Arduinos and Edison Robots. This 15 minute demo will show how to use this technology.
Social work empowers individuals, families and communities to make positive changes in their lives. Hear how this graduate degree can further your current career, or find a new one.
The Dean of UOW Sydney Business School will show you how an MBA/EMBA will enhance your career, how to manage study with work and discuss entry options based on ...
Learn about specialist degrees and majors, including Atmospheric Science, Biomolecular Physics, Medical Radiation Physics, Nuclear Science and Technology, and Physics.
Come and gain an appreciation of the political, ethical and economic perspectives needed to make a contribution to solving a range of problems confronting contemporary society.
Are you unsure about how to apply to uni through UAC? This session will explain it in plain English and answer any question you may have.
Come and experience UOW's music students showcasing their exceptional talents.
Hear about the exciting career opportunities biology opens up as well as other interdisciplinary study areas, including conservation biology and marine science.
Interested in finance? Join our interactive session in the UOW Bloomberg training labs and get hands on with the platform that's used by the world's leading banks and investment firms.
Nutrition is the science of how the foods we eat affect our health. Hear how you can help support people's development and prevent chronic disease.
Explore how important the early years are to a child's education and how you can become a lifelong learner alongside young children. Maximise their potential with Early Years education.
Don't miss your opportunity to enjoy the theatre experience and see an innovative production featuring UOW Performance and Theatre students.
In this increasingly connected and digital world, communicators with broad skills are in real demand. Come and find out where communication and media skills can take you.
What is a carving machines you ask? The 15 minute Carve It Up demo will guide you through this specialised machinery, including a viewing of 'the carve' right before your eyes.
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