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Faculty of Health
The Faculty of Health at the University of Canberra educates clinicians, professionals and researchers to be leaders in the ever changing sectors of health and sport.
With a focus on innovative education methods, the Faculty is continuously evolving with the environment and producing high quality graduates and leading health research.
Our range of undergraduate, postgraduate and research programs use innovative education methods to ensure that you graduate straight into an exciting and successful career in health or sport.
Thinking of a career in health or have a general enquiry?
Improving everyone's quality of life, including yours
The Faculty of Health at the University of Canberra educates health professionals and researchers to be leaders in the ever-changing health sector. Sport, at both the community and elite levels, is also a major focus. Essentially, courses in Health and Sport are about improving the quality of life for individuals and the broader society. Read more >
Professor Michelle Lincoln, Executive Dean, Faculty of Health
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Students
University of Canberra is committed to building a strong and sustainable Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health and sport industry workforce.
If you are an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander person interested in studying a health or sport course, please email Rachel Harrigan or phone 6201 2608.
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