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Scholarship of University of Wollongong

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

The UES offers a 25% reduction of the published annual course 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:
- Australian 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; and Psychology (all degrees).
This scholarship provides a further 25% reduction of the published tuition fees bringing the total scholarship value to 50% off the tuition fee when offered in combination with the UES.
The International Academic Merit Scholarships are for those with outstanding results, in the same categories outlined above for the UES, and applying for the following Bachelor degrees at UOW (Australian campuses only):
- Business Information Systems
- Commerce
- Computer Science
- Economics & Finance
- Accounting & Financial Services*
- Banking & Financial Services *
- Engineering (Civil, Computer, Electrical, Environmental, Materials, Mechanical, Mechatronic, Mining, Telecommunications)
- Information Technology
- Mathematics, Mathematics & Finance, Medical Mathematics
- Medical & Radiation Physics
- Science (Materials, Nuclear Science & Technology, Physics)
Uni Graduates
* Offered at the Sydney Business School, Sydney
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, which offer the following additional benefits:
- $500 textbook allowance per year
- Pairing with an academic mentor
- Special workshops and seminars
- Extended library privileges and designated for study space
International Students - HDR Scholarships
The University of Wollongong offers a wide range of research scholarships and awards to eligible International Higher Degree Research students. The UOW HDR scholarships are in the form of allowances to assist candidates in meeting their living costs while they undertake their research. They can include: Annual Stipends, Living Allowances and Tuition Fee costs.
Who is an international student?
In the Australian higher education sector, an ‘international student’ is a person who:
• Is not an Australian citizen and
• Is enrolled or will enrol, in a course of study with a higher education provider
An international student is not:
• A person entitled to stay in or enter and stay in Australia, without any limitation as to time
• A New Zealand citizen
• A diplomatic or consular representative of New Zealand, a member of the staff of such a representative or the spouse or dependent relative of such a representative.
For further information please refer to the DEEWR website.
Closing Dates for UOW Scholarships:

For Scholarships Commencing Autumn Session: 17th October