The University of Canberra is Australia’s Capital University. It offers a wide range of undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in coursework and research. Located in Australia’s capital city, it has a student population of 12,000 and international students from 81 countries. The University specializes in what it calls Professional Preparation for Professional Careers. This combines work-integrated learning with a high standard of course work and theory, and means that students in most courses find themselves working hands-on in their chosen field before graduation. This preparation is one reason for the popularity of UC graduates with employers, and their excellent starting salaries.
The University of Canberra is a single campus set on 120 hectares of native bushland, with tall trees, resident kangaroos and abundant bird life. It is within walking distance of a major shopping centre with cinema complex, restaurants and all amenities. It’s also just ten minutes from Canberra’s city centre. UC is two hours by car from the beautiful white surf beaches of Australia’s south coast, and the same distance from the Snowy Mountains for winter skiing or summer hiking. It is a great central location from which to explore one of the world’s great tourist destinations.
When you are not in class you can laze on the lawn, use the computer labs open 24/7, or study in the library. For the more active souls, you can use the gym, walk by the lake or join one of the many sports teams. ‘The Hub’ is the commercial centre of UC where you can drink, eat, have your hair cut, do your banking, mail things home, buy your books, and plan your travels around Australia. Combine our applied learning approach, academic excellence, and vibrant campus life, and its clear why our university is a great choice for you!
University of Canberra latest news
The has continued to rise to sit at number 34 in the 2019 Times Higher Education (THE) Young University Rankings.
The rankings list the world’s best universities aged 50 years or under, and the latest results cement the ’s place among the world’s top 40 young universities.
Vice-Chancellor and President, Professor Deep Saini, said the ranking was welcome news.
“We are delighted with the latest results from the THE Young University rankings. …
The new Hospital (UCH) has welcomed its first students undertaking placements through the dedicated Clinical Education and Research Centre (CERC).
The CERC, a collaboration between ACT Health and the , is an innovative teaching facility that allows for valuable practical training and greater teaching and research opportunities between the two organisations.
Students studying a variety of health-related degrees at the began classes and placements at the new hospital earlier this month. …
The has cemented its place among the world’s top 100 young universities according to new rankings.
The University has soared to number 58 in the prestigious 2018 Times Higher Education (THE) Young University Rankings.
The ranking, which lists the best universities under 50 years of age, saw the climb 33 places after being named at number 91 last year.
Vice-Chancellor and President Professor Deep Saini said the ranking was terrific news. …
The ’s Dr Ana Tanasoca is the joint recipient of the 2018 Max Crawford Medal, Australia’s most prestigious award for early-career researchers in the humanities.
Dr Tanasoca, a postdoctoral research fellow at the University’s Centre for Deliberative Democracy and Global Governance, has been recognised for her work around the ethical and political problems that accompany dual citizenship and questions of multiple citizenship.
Dr Tanasoca’s research is captured in a new book, …
The community in Canberra and surrounding region is a step closer to accessing ’s newest purpose-built public hospital with construction of the facility on the University’s Bruce campus now complete.
The hospital, which will open its doors in July, will provide great opportunities of learning and research for the University’s students and staff.
To mark the completion of the construction phase, Minister for Health and Wellbeing Meegan Fitzharris and other stakeholders toured the facility which will officially be known as Hospital: Specialist Centre for Rehabilitation, …
|Location:||Canberra, Australian Capital Territory|
|Strengths:||Health Science (Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy), Sport Studies|
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