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University of Canberra
The University of Canberra is and always has been committed to providing a transformative educational experience accessible to everyone, whatever their stage of life and background. This is a central element of our current strategic plan and an aspiration we are absolutely committed to.
Our much-valued predecessor, the Canberra College of Advanced Education (CCAE) transformed many lives with its focus on professional education, at a time when the political and economic climate gave many people opportunity—especially those not traditionally expected to enter tertiary education. This is a commitment that we continue today, within the globalised higher education sector.
UC still has a clear professional focus offering a range of applied degrees and a strong commitment to work integrated learning. Our education and research aims to help build just, prosperous and sustainable communities to redress disadvantage. We are also committed to building the national Reconciliation agenda, through tangible actions under our Reconciliation Action Plan.
Philip Roberts has been recognised by the prestigious American Education Research Association for his study into education’s city-country divide
University of Canberra Professor of Education Chris Sarra received the Anthony Mundine Award for Courage at the 2017 National Indigenous Human Rights Awards
Staff and students at the University of Canberra are a step closer to having access to world-class teaching and research facilities after the UC Public Hospital reached another construction milestone
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Last day to submit a change of course form for Winter Term 2017
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On-time due date to apply for admission for Winter Term 2017
Saturday, 27th May 2017
Semester 1 examination period ends