At the end of another highly successful year for the students and graduates of the University of Wollongong’s Batemans Bay Campus Jaimey Facchin, Campus Manager is already looking towards the 2019 year ahead, excited by what the University is able to deliver to students in the South East.
Ms Facchin told the Beagle "We may be small but our options are wide! Plus we have the advantage of smaller classes and lots of personal attention to assist students in their studies. "You can study a complete university degree at the University of Wollongong’s Batemans Bay Campus. The UOW Batemans Bay Campus has had a presence in the Eurobodalla Community since 2000 and has seen over 630 students graduate from the campus". "The Batemans Bay campus offers students the opportunity to study degrees in Arts and Humanities, Business, Commerce, Nursing and Education. Our Arts students have gained careers in: Teaching, Government Roles, NGO’s, Community Services, Historian/Historiography, Media and Communication organisations, International Development." "The Bachelor of Arts degree is one of the most popular degrees at University." said Ms Facchin "Students who are passionate and curious about humanity and society enjoy the breadth and flexibility of the Bachelor of Arts degree. At the Batemans Bay campus students can major in Sociology; Community, Culture and Environment; History; English Literature; and Indigenous Studies. "The degree allows you to hone your skills in interpretation, critical thinking, critical analysis, problem solving and synthesising complex ideas. Every ‘real world’ problem today has a cultural and social dimension that can be understood using the skills you will gain doing a Bachelor of Arts degree, whichever major you choose."
"We also offer a Bachelor of Business or Bachelor of Commerce and a Bachelor of Nursing "Our Business and Commerce students have gained careers in: Accounting, Financial Planning, Banking, Investment Banking, Economy, Commercial Lending, Commercial Lending and Stockbroking and Business Development while our Nursing students have gained careers in: Aged Care, NICU, Paediatrics, Chronic Care, Midwifery, Paramedicine and General Practice." "If you are interested in teaching as a career, both secondary and primary teaching are now offered as a post graduate, two year course. If you don’t already have a degree, you can enter this course with either our Bachelor of Arts or Commerce degrees, depending on your preference. "The one year course gives students plenty of opportunity for professional experience in local schools and has proved to be a very popular course. "The Master of Teaching (Primary or Secondary) is for university graduates from non-teaching courses who want to become either primary school teachers (Kindergarten to Year 6) or secondary teachers (Year 7 to Year 12). On completion of this degree, students will obtain formal qualifications making them eligible to teach in public and private schools.Our Master of Teaching students have gained careers in: Private and Public Schools, Department of Education and the Catholic Education Office."
Ms Facchin said "Uni is for everyone!" "There is a FREE, six-week pathway program called UniNow that can help you to develop the skills you need to success at university. Completion of the program guarantees you entry into a variety of UOW degrees commencing in 2019"
"We also have a Pathways to University collaboration program run through the South Coast Careers College campus in Batemans Bay. On successful completion of this program students are guaranteed entry into all degrees at UOW Batemans Bay."
"Besides our complete degrees, UOW Batemans Bay also offers various programs to our local schools and community such as the very sucessful Learning Labs. The next commences in the April 2019 school holidays" "Learning Labs is an academic enrichment program for high achieving students from Year 1 to Year 10 and April 2019 application forms for Batemans Bay Learning Labs will open in Term 1" Ms Facchin added.
"We also have our popular In2Uni Program that engages with individuals in schools and communities in our local region to build their awareness and aspirations toward higher education and to provide them with the knowledge and skills to get there." "At the UOW Batemans Bay, we understand that the journey to ‘what you want to be when you grow up’ can take individuals in many directions. That’s why our programs start working with students early in year one and continues to support individuals through high school and on to vocational pathways or university to ensure their successful journey in higher education. Our focus is on lifelong learning and engagement with education, whilst providing tangible outcomes for individuals. That’s why we not only offer individuals with university preparation programs, but also vocational pathways to encourage them to remain connected with education."
"We may be small but our options are wide! Plus we have the advantage of smaller classes and lots of personal attention to assist students in their studies." UOW Batemans Bay Jaimey Facchin, Campus Manager
"On Monday the 17th and Tuesday the 18th December UOW Batemans Bay staff UOW staff will be available throughout the day to answer any questions, take you on a campus tour, discuss your ATAR, or show you how you can change careers."
"Join us in 2019 and study close to home at the highest-rated uni in NSW."
If you would like to find out more, or book an appointment to look around a Centre to find out what studying in the Bay is all about, phone 4472 2125 or email firstname.lastname@example.org *********************************************************************************
Bachelor of Business
Business plays an important role in assisting to evolve a complex global economy by providing solutions to problems in a sustainable and ethical way. The Bachelor of Business and Bachelor of Commerce provide you with the knowledge and experience to move into many types of business careers such as international business, finance, public relations, management and marketing. You will develop a comprehensive knowledge of business and organisations, and the skills to analyse business issues in local, national and international contexts. You will also undertake a final-year capstone subject that lets you apply everything you've learned up to that point in collaboration with students from other disciplines. Plus, you have the option of applying for an internship that provides work-integrated learning.
Bachelor of Nursing
Registered nurses play an important role in the healthcare system and are involved in a range of activities that are designed to provide care for people with acute, chronic and complex health conditions. Registered nurses are integral in the treatment of people, families, communities and populations. You will have opportunities to apply theory to practice in modern simulated learning environments in a supportive environment, prior to undertaking workplace experience. During the course you will attend 21 weeks of off-campus workplace experience in hospitals, clinics, aged care facilities and health services.
Master of Teaching (Primary and Secondary)
If you are interested in teaching as a career, both secondary and primary teaching are now offered as a post graduate, two year course. If you don’t already have a degree, you can enter this course with either our Bachelor of Arts or Commerce degrees, depending on your preference. The one year course gives students plenty of opportunity for professional experience in local schools and has proved to be a very popular course.
The Master of Teaching (Primary or Secondary) is for university graduates from non-teaching courses who want to become either primary school teachers (Kindergarten to Year 6) or secondary teachers (Year 7 to Year 12). On completion of this degree, you will obtain formal qualifications making you eligible to teach in public and private schools.