Important Dates 2017
UOW Management Cadetship 2017
Each year the Management Cadetship program at UOW provides two young minds with the opportunity to combine work and study at one of Australia’s best modern universities. While undertaking a relevant Bachelor’s degree cadets put their studies into practice by working across the University.
The five year program is designed to optimise a cadet's employability, graduating with a broad range of skills applicable to their degree with work experience.
Cadets are provided with an education allowance to cover university tuition fees and textbooks. With a competitive starting salary cadets are granted annual increments with opportunities to study abroad on an international exchange, short course programs or internships. On top of all this, you will join a unique group of people and share with them the world of experience that is the UOW Management Cadetship.
Summer Master Classes - FOR 2017 YEAR 11 STUDENTS - Applications now open and close 22nd September 2017.
- Maximise your HSC results and kick-start your Bachelor degree with our three week Summer Master Class university experience. Each subject refers to and extends upon the 2018 HSC Syllabus, giving you an opportunity to gain new perspectives, assessment techniques and knowledge for your HSC!
- Complete a university-level subject at UOW while you’re still at school.
- Summer Master Class graduates are guaranteed an interview for Early Admission at UOW.
- You could be eligible to skip a whole subject when you start at UOW after you receive 6 unspecified credit points.
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University Preparation Program - FOR 2017 YEAR 11 STUDENTS - Click here to find out more details.
The Year 12 University Preparation Program (UPP) is designed to support you to improve your HSC study skills and experience a taste of UOW student life.
Over two school terms, you will receive tailored study sessions with trained In2Uni Mentors for your HSC subjects through an on-campus study centre. This includes receiving advice on study skills, discussions about your options post-high school, and support in applying for your UOW Early Admissions interview*.