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Mid-Year Intake 2013 at the University of Wollongong Australia

Mid-year Applications to Undergraduate and Postgraduate Courses will close on 29 July 2013

The University of Wollongong (UOW) announced that mid-year intake applications to undergraduate and postgraduate courses will close on 29 July 2013.

Through mid-year enrollment, students can start their studies at the end of July, instead of waiting for the new calendar year.

Mid-year entry has proven popular with undergraduate students who have worked or traveled since high school and don’t want to wait until Autumn Session (February) to start their studies.

University of Wollongong Assistant National Marketing Manager Janet Holen also said postgraduate students often appreciate the flexibility mid-year entry offers.

“These students are often up-skilling or retraining to advance their careers. For whatever reason, it’s often not practical for them to wait until February to start further study.”

She claims future students sometimes miss out based on misconceptions of course availability.

“UOW actually offers mid-year entry to over 300 of our undergraduate and postgraduate degrees. Many people are interested in study, they’re ready to study, but they think they have to wait for the new year before they enroll.

Ms Holen also said mid-year enrollment was useful for students who weren’t sure of their study goals in Autumn and had since decided what they wanted to do.

Unlike most undergraduate students finishing Year 12, applicants for mid-year entry can apply online directly to UOW through their website.

The University of Wollongong was recently named as one of the world’s best young universities, placed 24th in the world in the QS Top 50 Under 50 Rankings 2013.

UOW is a comprehensive research and teaching institution located 90 minutes south of Sydney in Wollongong, in the Illawarra region of NSW.

The University combines modern teaching facilities with a student-centred approach to teaching and learning. Its network of campuses offers students the opportunity to learn from respected teachers in convenient locations.

The University combines a research focus with an active agenda of community engagement to connect academics, students and the public on issues of local, national and international importance.