Entry to UOW Bega
UOW Bega offers a variety of flexible pathways into our degree programs. If you want to get a university qualification, we will help you find a way.
Come and visit the campus for a site inspection and have all your questions answered in person. Call 6494 7035 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
How to Apply will also answer many of your questions.
High School Students
Do the exams. Get your results. Join our crew!
If you're doing your HSC and your sights are set on uni, make sure you apply through the Universities Admissions Centre, (UAC). For advice on applying through UAC please contact the Bega Campus on 6494 7035.
Admission for school leavers to most UOW undergraduate degrees is determined by your ATAR - which you’ll find out from UAC - normally in December.Remember the ATAR isn’t the be-all and end-all of getting into uni. We want people who work hard and can get results where it matters. We’ll give you Bonus Points if you do well in HSC subjects relevant to your UOW degree. You can also apply for bonuses if you live in our neighbourhood or in regional NSW.If your ATAR’s not what you hoped, we also offer a range of alternative entry options and university preparation options to get you started.
PATHWAYS TO UOW
There’s more than one way to the future that you want, but sometimes things can be happening in your life that makes studying to get there hard. The Pathways team wants to help you find a way to pursue your career and study goals in a way that works for you:
UniNow is a free, six week enabling course being run out of UOW regional campuses, which acts as a direct pathway for participants to enter specified UOW undergraduate degrees commencing in February 2019.
Course dates: 14th January- 22nd February, 2019
Locations: UOW Shoalhaven, Southern Highlands, Batemans Bay and Bega campuses
For further information or to apply, please go to the UniNow webpage
Vocational Pathways Program
The Vocational Pathways Program offers;
- A Certificate IV with one of our recommended providers
- While you are doing that you will be enrolled as a UOW Student in our Bridging and Transition Subject
- Entry into a UOW Degree (subject to some conditions)
- Support and assistance once you get here with enrolment, networking and staying on track as part of the You're In2Uni Program
Indigenous Admission Program
The Woolyungah Indigenous Centre at UOW offers an Alternative Admissions Program (AAP) to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. It assesses applicants’ suitability for study at UOW based on a series of tests and interviews instead of the ATAR. It is available to all students of Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander descent who are 17 years old or older. Students from the Bega Valley Shire can sit these tests at the Bega campus. Contact UOW Bega on 6494 7035 for further information.
The following qualifications may be submitted for assessment of entry eligibility:
- Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) Level IV Certificate
- Advanced Diploma
- Associate Diploma
There are a number of training providers in this region that offer eligible courses. These include:Credit transfer may be granted for these awards.
Special Tertiary Admissions Test (STAT)
You can gain entry to UOW via the two hour multiple choice STAT. The STAT is designed to assess a range of skills and knowledge you will need for tertiary study. It is coordinated by the Universities Admission Centre (UAC) and held several times a year.
Registration and payment for STAT is done through the Universities Admissions Centre. For further information go to UAC.
Completed or partially-completed tertiary studies
If you have gained admission to another university and/or partially completed a university degree, you may use this as entry into our degree courses. You need an appropriate record of achievement from an approved university. You may also be eligible for some advanced standing from subjects completed. Documents must be accompanied by an official English translation if they were produced in another language.