University of Canberra
The University of Canberra campus is an important part of the life of the National Capital, with strong ties to the community, business and government. A central platform for the future development of the University is the establishment of a 24/7 campus closely connected to the broader community.
The university has more than 70,000 alumni across 100 countries who occupy senior positions in public and private enterprise in Australia and around the world. The University curriculum provides students with leading disciplinary knowledge and practice, presented through coherent learning streams which use up-to-date, relevant and appropriate teaching and assessment practices, and focus on learning experience. Its vibrant, friendly campus is home to a wide array of cafes, eateries and fitness facilities. University of Canberra is a progressive university on the rise, with big opportunities, a welcoming atmosphere and a great sense of community on campus.
University of Canberra aims to be amongst Australia's most innovative tertiary institutions, continue their ascent in world rankings, and extend their regional, national and international reach. UC is committed to preparing professional and highly employable graduates with the right mix of skills and knowledge. The University is a learning community of students, staff and external stakeholders, built on principles of intellectual enquiry, inclusivity, equity, and diversity and produces socially and ethically responsible graduates. The university focuses on applied education and industry leading work-integrated learning philosophy based around internships, work-based projects, professional placements and other activities.
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