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Information Seminar on Top-up Programmes by the University of Wollongong

Information Seminar on Top-up Programmes by the University of Wollongong
Date: 19 March 2016 (Saturday) (二零一六年三月十九日 (星期六))
Time: 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm (下午二時至三時半)
Venue: LT6, Academic 1, Kowloon Tong (九龍塘城市大學學術樓(一) 演講廳六)
Application Fee: Waived (免報名費)
Enquires: 3442 9880
We are pleased to inform you that the University of Wollongong (UOW) is offering three scholarships of
HK$42,300 for each of three Top-up programmes (a total of nine). The three programmes being offered
to commence at the Community College of City University (CCCU) in September 2016 are, namely:
1. Bachelor of Business
2. Bachelor of Computer Science
3. Bachelor of Communication and Media Studies
The Quality Indicators for Learning and Teaching (QILT) has ranked UOW as the best overall university in
Australia, while it is globally ranked 17 in the QS Top 50 Under 50 modern universities in the world.
These degrees, representing a good opportunity for you to achieve articulation to further studies, have
been carefully chosen for CCCU associate degree graduates with credit exemption, requiring only a
further three trimesters over one year to complete, right here in Hong Kong. On completion of your
studies you will receive a degree awarded by the University of Wollongong: an internationally
recognized and respected symbol of a world-class graduate.
To learn more about these programmes and scholarships, you are welcome to attend the above
information seminar. More information on each programme is available from the CCCU website at
[url]www.cityu.edu.hk/cccu[/url] (under “Academic Programmes”). Applications are now open and forms are
available for downloading.

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UOW launches new 2016-2020 strategic plan
Andrew Herring
14/03/2016Media Resources
Media contact:

Andrew Herring, Media Communications Manager, on +61 2 4221 5501, +61 409 787 446 or [email]andrew_herring@uow.edu.au[/email].




UOW LAUNCHES NEW 2016-2020 STRATEGIC PLAN

The Strategic Plan will position UOW as a global leader in discovery and learning, transforming the world we live in.

A commitment to continue building a research and learning environment that tackles society’s challenges, produces highly sought after graduates, enables new enterprises, achieves global growth and earns a place in the top 1 per cent of the worlds universities was at the heart of the University of Wollongong’s new strategic plan, launched today (14 March).

Vice-Chancellor Professor Paul Wellings CBE launched the University’s 2016-2020 Strategic Plan at a function at its main Wollongong campus, which was also viewed by staff at UOW’s Shoalhaven, Bega, Batemans Bay Southern Highlands and Sydney campuses via a live webcast.

The plan refreshes the University’s previous five year plan, launched in 2013, in response to continuing changes in the higher education sector and the growing role universities are playing in confronting society’s challenges.

It also follows the University Council’s reappointment late last year of Professor Wellings as Vice-Chancellor, extending his tenure as the Institution’s leader until 31 December 2020, enabling him to oversee the refreshed strategy’s implementation.

“Our society today is characterised by unprecedented change,” Professor Wellings said

“We face complex social, environmental, and economic challenges. Our universities have never been more important to our future, and we need to play a central role in keeping Australia economically competitive and socially cohesive.

“To ensure that the University of Wollongong is leading the way in addressing these complex issues, we’ve refreshed our Strategic Plan.”

The plan is centred around six goals: aligning research and teaching efforts with national and international priorities; providing an exceptional student experience; continuously improving UOW’s global standing; fostering and celebrating international partnerships; maximising UOW’s capacity to deliver on its promises; and making a positive difference in society.

These broad goals are underpinned by a series of core strategies that guide initiatives throughout the organisation including more than $300 million in capital expenditure over the next five years.
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