Undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in the Faculty of Law, Humanities and the Arts combine the study of traditional disciplines with a focus on professional skills and graduate qualities. With the ability to flexibly tailor many of our courses to suit your individual needs, you can choose disciplines and subjects to suit your ambitions as well as your passions.
Our programs allow you to explore your interests and prepare for the global workplace at the same time. Our aim is to ensure that you receive the very best education you can.
At UOW there is much more to studying law than simply learning legal theory and rules. One of our aims has always been to have graduates known for what we call ‘real world readiness’. You will have a sound skills base and you will also be a flexible, analytical thinker who is sensitive to the human side of the law.
The UOW Bachelor of Laws is accredited by the Bar Council of India and the University Grants Commission of Bangladesh. Students from India and Bangladesh are encouraged to apply. Graduates can be accredited to practice as a barrister or solicitor upon returning home, subject to the completion of any required bridging course.
Humanities and Social Inquiry
The Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of International Studies combine traditional disciplines and modern theories with a focus on flexibility, professional skills and graduate qualities. They provide opportunities to choose from a variety of subjects and disciplines, such as Media and Global Development or Peace and Security Studies and Politics. Our double degrees allow students to combine courses from other faculties and schools and our Dean’s Scholars degrees offer high achievers additional support while challenging them to excel in their chosen fields.
The Arts, English and Media
If you are creative, ambitious, and keen to make your mark, it makes a lot of sense to study Creative Arts at the University of Wollongong. It’s your entry into one of the fastest growing employment sectors in Australia—and internationally.
Our students produce diverse, ambitious and exciting works, in everything from traditional art forms to innovative new media. You’ll spend much of your time in studios, labs and theatres, practising your art form and finding new ways of tackling creative challenges.