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    Duo makes transition from students to professionals at PwC

    Two University of Canberra students have shared how they turned work placements at PwC into full-time employment

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    University of Canberra Hospital a step closer to operation

    The University of Canberra Hospital is a step closer to welcoming patients, staff and students with construction of the facility now complete

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    Students make new friend in Lucy the chatbot

    A new chatbot is enhancing support services at the University of Canberra and helping students get the information they need, when they need it

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    Alumnus helps trio make their mark at local agency

    A long-running arrangement between the University of Canberra and a local marketing agency has helped three students turn internships into ongoing roles

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    UC alumnus the ACT’s 2018 Australian of the Year

    University of Canberra alumnus Dion Devow was named the ACT’s 2018 Australian of the Year 12 months after becoming the 2016 ACT NAIDOC Person of the Year

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