University of Wollongong courses and instructors

The University of Wollongong (UOW) is an enterprising university with a global presence and a proud regional role. In less than 40 years UOW has become a benchmark for Australia’s new generation of universities. In 2013, it was ranked among the top 25 emerging universities in the world and received a five star rating for ‘Graduate Outcomes’ in the Good Universities Guide (getting a job, graduate starting salary and positive graduate outcomes) - for the 14th year in a row. UOW now has more than 23,000 students enrolled in Australia and a further 6,000 in Dubai, Kuala Lumpur and other international locations.

The University of Wollongong (UOW) is an enterprising university with a global presence and a proud regional role. In less than 40 years UOW has become a benchmark for Australia’s new generation of universities. In 2013, it was ranked among the top 25 emerging universities in the world and received a five star rating for ‘Graduate Outcomes’ in the Good Universities Guide (getting a job, graduate starting salary and positive graduate outcomes) - for the 14th year in a row. UOW now has more than 23,000 students enrolled in Australia and a further 6,000 in Dubai, Kuala Lumpur and other international locations.

UOW researchers are recognized as world-class leaders in their fields with ground-breaking research into areas like bio-printing, spinal cord injury and long-life electric batteries for sustainable cars, propelling UOW into the top 2 per cent of universities world-wide.

UOW’s reputation is built on initiative reinforced by quality and high standards. While 110,000 UOW alumni are making their mark in the world (from chief executives, to senior government ministers and leaders in business, IT, engineering, the arts and science), UOW continues to educate the next generation of the global workforce.

UOW offers flexible courses, which blend face-to-face learning with technology-supported classes, at nine different locations across New South Wales (from Sydney to Bega – and of course, Wollongong). In addition to upgrading its suite of online learning tools, UOW is working to develop fully online/distance courses to take education to all who can benefit from it. UOW have been leaders in eLearning for a decade and will continue to leverage the latest technologies to meet the needs of a diverse, international, mobile student body.

The University of Wollongong VISION is to be a leader in ideas and solutions, a community of campuses and partners where discovery, learning and technology connect to transform people and the world we live in.

University of Wollongong Instructors (3)

  • Associate Professor Lyndal Parker-Newlyn

    Lyndal is a rural GP who has practised in the community for 20 years.

    Lyndal is a rural GP who has practised in the community for 20 years. She has a passion for educating students and empowering patients and believes that collaboration between doctors and their patients leads to better health outcomes. Since 2006 she has been working at the Graduate School of Medicine at the University of Wollongong where she is currently Associate Professor in Medical Education. In this role she has developed the case based learning curriculum for the UOW Medical programme and also selects new students into the programme.

  • Dr. Kylie Mansfield

    Kylie is a physiologist with 20 years research experience examining how disease affects the normal body function.

    Kylie is a physiologist with 20 years research experience examining how disease affects the normal body function. Since 2006 she has been working at the Graduate School of Medicine at the University of Wollongong where she is currently Academic Leader: Phase 1. She has a passion for student learning and for supporting students on their journey to becoming doctors. In 2013 she was awarded an Office of Learning and Teaching Citation for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning.

  • Stuart Kaye

    Stuart Kaye is the Professor of Law at the Australian National Centre for Ocean Resources and Security at the University of Wollongong. He has been an international law academic, specialising in the law of the sea and maritime security since 1995.

    Stuart Kaye is the Professor of Law at the Australian National Centre for Ocean Resources and Security at the University of Wollongong. He has been an international law academic, specialising in the law of the sea and maritime security since 1995. He was previously Dean of Law at the University of Western Australia (2011-2013), and Dean of Law at the University of Wollongong (2002-2006). He is a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society and of the Australian Academy of Law, and is admitted as a Barrister of the Supreme Court of New South Wales. Stuart has written ten books and around eighty other publications, principally on the Law of the Sea.

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