UC Economics Grad Hitting the Big Time
Economics student Tim Anderson has just been offered one of just 24 graduate positions with the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA).UC ECONOMICS GRAD HITTING THE BIG TIME Read more about this slide
Gene editing: Placing citizens of the world at the centre of the discussion
Researchers from the University of Canberras Centre for Deliberative Democracy and Global Governance have won funding to enact and film the world’s first ‘global citizens’ deliberation’ on genome editing.Read more
UC Law Alumni's Shared Passion for Innovation
Client-focused and empathetic are just some of the terms that can be used when talking about two University of Canberra alumni looking to change the legal industry.Read more
Faculty of Business, Government & Law
Welcome to the Faculty of Business, Government & Law. We are home to over 3500 students, including undergraduate, postgraduate and higher degree by research students located in the Canberra Law School, the Canberra Business School, the Canberra School of Politics, Economics & Society and the Institute for Governance and Policy Analysis.
Within the Faculty we are committed to providing an outstanding student experience, where teaching and learning is delivered by exceptional teachers and researchers in sectors where our students enjoy the best employment outcomes in the ACT following graduation. Indeed, the practical nature of our degrees, within which opportunities for students to engage in experiential, clinical, entrepreneurial and external placement opportunities abound, are specifically designed to bring study and real-world experience together.
We pride ourselves on providing students with an exceptional learning experience in a supportive environment where employers, industry, government and professionals are integrated into the curriculum. Located in the nation’s capital and, representing the major employment sectors within the ACT, a UC degree in business, government, law, policy/political science, economics, management, tourism and justice studies, will give you the advantage you are looking for!
Professor Wendy Lacey
Executive Dean, Faculty of Business, Government and Law