University of Wollongong Begins Application Process in India

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Posted on February 2, 2024


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The University of Wollongong (UoW) has begun the applications today (February 2) for the Master of Computing (Data Analytics) and Graduate Certificate in Computing programme for a start in July this year. The application process will take place online and interested students can apply at the university website —

The goal of the Master of Computing (Data Analytics) program is to bridge the gap between expertise in computing and data analytics, allowing graduates from a variety of backgrounds to benefit from the program’s technical and ethical aspects.

For students who have no prior experience with computers or IT, the Graduate Certificate in Computing offers a postgraduate introduction to computing. Having a recognized computing qualification will enable professionals and recent graduates with non-IT backgrounds to expand on their current knowledge and skill set.

Entry requirements for the programs offered at UOW’s Australian campuses, including work experience, an undergraduate degree, and an English language assessment (IELTS overall score of 6.5), are the same for the GIFT City campus (Gujarat).

Additionally, UOW India students will have the chance to spend a semester studying at one of the university’s international campuses, where the same degree is offered.


At present, the Women Leaders in Fintech Scholarship program is being developed by the University of Wollongong (UoW). About women in the financial technology industry, this initiative is centered on networking, mentorship, and sponsorship opportunities.

Supporting up-and-coming women in the FinTech industry who are enrolling at the GIFT City International Branch Campus within the UoW global network is the goal of this scholarship. The University of Wollongong’s dedication to tackling the underrepresentation of women in the FinTech industry is reflected in this endeavor. Pro Vice-Chancellor (Global Strategy) Professor Tony Travaglione of UOW stated, “It is reported that only 2% of Fintechs worldwide have been founded by women, and there is a significant lack of female representation in leadership roles within this industry.”