LHA Central

LHA Central

02 4221 3456
Building 19, Level 1
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9am - 5pm, Monday - Friday


Keen to explore China? Apply for a scholarships of up to $7000!

China NCP

Immerse yourself in Asian culture and study with the most prestigious universities in China. Obtain real life experience in China and challenge yourself as a global citizen. Study areas include Mandarin, English Literatures, Linguistics, Philosophy and Chinese Culture.

Participating Universities

  • Guangdong University of Foreign Studies
  • Shanghai University of International Business and Economics
  • Shanghai International Studies University
  • Wuhan University

Are you eligible?
All LHA domestic students who have completed the equivalent of at least one year full-time study and have a WAM of 65% or above are eligible to apply.

$5000 grants available to study in the USA!

Endeavour Grant - USA

Successful students will spend a semester abroad at North Arizona University in Flagstaff, Arizona, USA to study media and communications subjects and Indigenous Studies in Autumn 2019.

Are you eligible?
This opportunity is available to UOW domestic undergraduate students (1st or 2nd year students), preferably studying a major in Indigenous Studies. Selection will prioritise Indigenous students; but the exchange will also benefit non-Indigenous students, affording both groups rich engagement with scholars in Indigenous Studies from both institutions.

Information sessions for both opportunities above will be held the week commencing Monday 21 May. To register you interested contact lha-international@uow.edu.au or visit Room 19.2099

8-6 credit points Transition Subject Information

Students on Lawn

If you are looking to complete one of the following degrees in 2018 or you’re having trouble finding available subjects, please click through to the above webpage for subject information:

  • Bachelor of Arts
  • Bachelor of International Studies
  • Bachelor of Communication and Media Studies
  • Bachelor of Politics, Philosophy and Economics
  • Double degrees including one of the above 

Changes to the Bachelor of Laws

The Bachelor of Laws degree will be changing from 2018. A transitional approach will be taken when implementing the changes, which means that this new degree structure will not apply to current students. For more information about the changes, please visit the Changes to the Bachelor of Laws webpage.

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