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University of Canberra, Australia
Australia

Overview

Year founded
1967
Type
Public
Courses
10
Intake
Feb Aug
Type
Public
Scholarship
0
Population
13,000
Female : Male
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Local : International
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About University of Canberra

The University of Canberra (UC) is located in Australia’s national capital. Currently there are 2,500 international students fromover 100 different countries, which means UC has a rich and diverse campus culture. With the new Strategic Plan, ‘Breakthrough’, the purpose is to help students develop the strengths and skills needed to make important academic, professional and personal breakthroughs in life. UC aims to be recognised as one of Australia’s most innovative tertiary institutions; world-ranked, with regional, national and international reach by 2018.

UC research delivers solutions to real-world challenges while research income and research publications continue to increase. On the teaching front, the University of Canberra delivers a professional education focused on equipping students with the skills to hit the ground running in their careers. UC graduates are among the most sought after and highly paid in the country. UC graduates are consistently ranked among the most employable in Australia. Whatever the discipline, students will develop professional networks with friends, colleagues, academics and mentors who'll be working in related fields in every state of Australia and many countries around the world.

The University offers undergraduate and postgraduate courses covering six main learning areas: Applied Science; Health; Art and Design; Business, Government and law; Education and Information Sciences and Engineering. As of 2014, the university also offers its degrees at the Holmesglen Institute of TAFE, Metropolitan South Institute of TAFE, Northern Sydney Institute of TAFE and South Western Sydney Institute of TAFE. UC is partnered with two local ACT schools UC Senior Secondary College Lake Ginninderra (formerly Lake Ginninderra Senior Secondary College) and University of Canberra High School (formerly Kaleen High School). The University of Canberra College also provides pathways into university for domestic and international students.

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