Located in the seaside city of Wollongong, New South Wales, some 80 kilometers south of Sydney, lies the public research institution known as the institution of Wollongong (abbreviated as UOW). In 2023, the institution had over 33,000 students enrolled (including over 12,300 foreign students), over 176,000 alumni, over 2,400 staff members, including 16 Distinguished professors, and over 2,400 students enrolled.
The University of Wollongong has grown into a multi-campus organization on both a national and international scale. The main campus of the university, located in Wollongong, covers an area of 82.4 hectares and has 94 permanent buildings. It is located on the original location, five kilometers north-west of the city center. As well as three Sydney campuses, including the UOW Sydney Business School, UOW Liverpool, and UOW Sutherland, there are regional university campuses in Bega, Batemans Bay, Moss Vale, and Shoalhaven. UOW has campuses outside of Australia in Dubai, Hong Kong, and places in Malaysia. Additionally, UOW has forged alliances with other institutions of higher learning abroad in China and Singapore.
Nine campuses make up the University of Wollongong in Australia.The university's main site, the Wollongong campus, is situated on the coast of New South Wales, 3 km from downtown Wollongong and 80 km from Sydney. The North Wollongong railway station, which opened in 1915 on the South Coast railway line, serves the area.The Faculty of the Arts, Social Sciences & Humanities, the Faculty of Business and Law, the Faculty of Engineering and Information Sciences, and the Faculty of Science, Medicine and Health are the four faculties that offer courses. On the Wollongong campus, there are over 2,400 staff members and close to 33,000 total students that attend classes. The campus also has student housing, conference facilities, food halls, supermarkets, cafés, restaurants, a bar, indoor sports facilities, a gymnasium, a swimming pool, and sports grounds in addition to the teaching and research buildings. UOW College is located on the Wollongong campus.
In order to inform, engage, and entertain, the journalism and reporting sector uses a wide range of media, including print, video, audio, the web, and social media. Journalists may present a fascinating tale compiled from many sources thanks to their highly developed investigative, research, and writing abilities.
The Bachelor of Journalism program offers in-depth, hands-on instruction in multimedia storytelling, digital communication, and convergent media (audio, video, online, and mobile). With a strong emphasis on practical learning and studio-based courses in the creation of multimedia content, it has a strong professional orientation. You will develop your ability to do individual and group research, create engaging, current, and instructive multimedia stories in both short and long form, including podcasting and webcasting.
The Bachelor of Journalism offers a set of required core classes as well as the option to use electives to finish one major or two minors from a range of diverse specializations. You will contribute to the student newsroom at UOWTV and create content for the organization's website, YouTube channel, and social media channels. You will interact with the community and industry, and you will have actual deadlines. Additionally, you will experiment with new forms of media including podcasting, data journalism, and immersive video.
Tuition: $37936 per year
30% tuition fee reduction for the minimum duration of an eligible course
Academics: 2.8 GPA