The University of Wollongong’s (UoW) campus in Gift City is inviting applications for its graduate certificate and master’s in Financial Technology course. Candidates who wish to apply for the programme can visit the official website, https://www.uow.edu.au/india/.           

These two programs are joining the previously announced Master of Computing (Data Analytics) and Graduate Certificate in Computing programmes which will be launched in July this year.       

Professor Patricia M Davidson, vice-chancellor, UoW, says, “We look forward to welcoming students to the university’s newest campus and providing them a world-class Australian education in India. We are excited to open applications to UOW India and look forward to welcoming our first cohort of students to our GIFT City campus. This is an excellent opportunity for students to gain a world-class education and experience in the field of computing and financial technology.”    

Eligibility criteriaStudents need to have an undergraduate degree, requisite work experience and will need to clear an English language assessment.    

When UOW begins operations, UoW India will be the second highest ranked university in India in the QS World University Rankings 2024.  

Colin Picker, executive dean, Faculty of Business and Law, says, “UOW is ranked in the top 250 universities in the world for Accounting and Finance subjects, with a well-earned reputation for excellence. Our innovative Fintech courses will equip students with the skills, knowledge and experience needed for success in finance and the emerging field of financial technology. The graduate certificate in Financial Technology is a shorter course for students who want to gain specialised knowledge in computing with a focus on finance.”     

“The graduate certificate in Computing provides a postgraduate introduction to computing for students without prior knowledge of IT and computing. It will allow graduates and professionals from a non-IT background to add to their current knowledge and skills set with a recognised qualification in computing. The Master of Computing (Data Analytics) programme is designed to bridge computing and data analytics expertise, catering to diverse graduates, while mastering technical and ethical dimensions of the field,” says, Professor Gursel Alici, executive dean, Faculty of Engineering and Information Sciences.  

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