Information Evening

information EVENING

MONDAY 19th AUGUST, 6:30pm

UOW Batemans Bay, ‘Hanging Rock’, Beach Rd, Batemans Bay
P: (02) 4472 2125
E: tess_snowball@uow.edu.au

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Nursing starts in 2014!

Yes finally it's here so now it is your chance to come along and see our state of art clinical teaching facilities and find out how the program works. Find out why 100% of UOW nursing graduates are in full employment within 3 months of graduation, talk to faculty staff and hear how to apply for the program.

TEACHING?

2014 will be the final year of the Graduate Diploma in Education in its current format. In 2015 UOW will replace it with the new Master of Teacher program. If you have completed a degree and want to qualify as a Primary or Secondary teacher come along and find out about next year's program and future developments.

OUR FLAGSHIP GENERALIST DEGREES

We continue to offer our flexible Arts, Commerce and Business degrees which offer local students flexibility for full or part time studies as well as the opportunity to choose from a variety of subject areas including English literature, modern and ancient history, sociology, Indigenous studies, accounting, economics, finance, marketing, management and more. These degrees provide an ideal starting point for a number of careers including public service, local government, accounting, business administration, management, journalism, community service, teaching and more.

WhO CAN STUDY at UOW BATEMANS BAY?

You can! We have an entry pathway for everyone and there are now a variety of options for school leavers, mature age and Indigenous entry. If you want a degree, we will show you how to get there - the rest is up to you.

WHAT WILL YOU FIND OUT?

The unique way the UOW offers complete degrees at the Batemans Bay campus. Our students graduate with a UOW degree which is recognised nationally and internationally. Because we have a small campus, students receive personalised attention from staff and tutors yet still have access to resources and support from both the local and Wollongong campus. You will find out about finances, support, the application process and meet current students and staff members.

We look forward to meeting you!

 

Last reviewed: 4 August, 2013

Campus Open Night

Welcoming prospective 2015 students:

6:00-7:30pm

Wednesday 20th, August 2014

ABORIGINAL ENGAGEMENT 

Information regarding the Aboriginal Higher Education Advisory Committee and other Aboriginal Community engagement projects at UOW Batemans Bay.