Our campus

Open space, natural calm, tall trees and wildlife. Close to the city. Convenient to shopping. Great food, cool cafes, events and markets; a buzzing social hub with something for everyone.

The University of Canberra is located in the suburb of Bruce in the Australian Capital Territory.  Surrounded by Lake Ginnindera, the new suburb of Lawson, Radford college and residential housing, regular public buses can drop you right on campus.

Student accommodation, an on-campus medical and counselling centre, the Australian Institute of Sport, Calvary Public Hospital, Belconnen Shopping Mall and a variety of restaurants are all within walking distance.

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News

  1. Students + Industry

    Translating research into the real world

    A showcase of great ideas translated into practical solutions, the University of Canberra’s Students + Industry is an event held every semester for students to present their projects to industry partners.

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  2. A busy digital world is there a risk

    Making sense of a highly digitised world

    The 2019 Australian and New Zealand Communication Association (ANZCA) Conference will bring together researchers, students, teachers, artists, activists, media and communicators across multiple communication disciplines to discuss the links between data, power and access to information in a highly digitised world.

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  3. research work

    New scholarship available for Indigenous Higher Degree by Research students

    A new scholarship offered by the University of Canberra will provide funding and support for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Higher Degree by Research students.

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  4. Amphibians in New Guinea need to be protected from the onslaught of the chytrid fungus. Photo: Supplied

    An island retreat for frogs … for now

    New Guinea is the last major centre of amphibian biodiversity free from the chytrid fungus, and a consortium of experts is calling for urgent action to safeguard the frog population.

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