University of Canberra Today
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 developed campus will bring together professional partners and businesses to provide diverse opportunities for teaching, research and industry. Work-integrated learning, collaborative research, industry and cultural hubs, student placements and adjunct appointments will thrive through such collaborations.
Our intention is to open the University to the world and to bring the world to the University.
- 70,000 Alumni in 100 Countries
- 14,000 Current Students
- 2,230 students living in University of Canberra campus accommodation
- 2,000 Members of Staff
- Strong International Links
Central to achieving our future goals will be a continued focus on innovation and collaboration, which has been fostered at all levels of the University since its inception. This has enabled us to provide seamless interactions for our students between formal study and industry work experience. From the outset we have been focused on the pursuit of real world learning opportunities for our students, providing high quality professional training that complements our academic programs and research activities. We are committed to securing the future with strong partnerships and mutually beneficial collaborations.