Located on the southern coast of NSW in the Illawarra region, Wollongong, UoW has built an extensive network of international campuses and is recognized for its fundamental and applied research strengths that create societal and economic impact in the four discipline strengths of:
Engineering and Information Sciences: a range of leading research is undertaken from fundamental to applied in areas from Mathematics and Applied Statistics, through Physics, to Engineering (Civil, Computer, Environmental, Materials, Mechanical, Mechatronics, Mining, Electrical, Software, Telecommunications) and Information Science and Technology.
Science, Medicine and Health: Wollongong is a leading research institution in the areas of Chemistry and Molecular Bioscienc, Earth, Atmospheric and Life Sciences, Medical and Health science and Nursing.
Business and Law: community relevant and globally impactful research is undertaken across Accounting, Economics, Finance, Law, Management and Marketing.
Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities: Research is undertaken in the broad areas of Arts, English and Media, Education, Geography and Sustainable Communities, Health and Society, Humanities and Social Inquiry, Liberal Arts and Psychology.