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The Faculty of Education offers courses specialising in Early Childhood, Primary, Secondary and Educational Leadership, aligning with national requirements for teacher registration.

We work closely with our professional and industry partners to ensure that all of our programs combine the best of practice, new knowledge, and innovative teaching and learning.

All initial teacher education courses have been accredited by the ACT Teacher Quality Institute and are recognised as such across Australia. Students seeking registration as a teacher in another jurisdiction should confirm the requirements with the teacher registration organisation in that jurisdiction.

Our Master and other postgraduate qualifications have been thoughtfully designed with an appreciation of the diverse circumstances of our students, including working education professionals.

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  1. Research shows UC’s ELSA Program significantly boosts STEM outcomes and improves language skills, rolling out now for 2023

    More than 400 early childhood centres and preschools around Australia have now used the ELSA Program, with evidence from the University of Canberra showing students achieve better STEM outcomes thanks to the program.

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    Associate Professor Ben Wilson from the University of Canberra was named Scholar of the Year at the 2022 Canberra and District NAIDOC Awards.

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    Primary school students in the Cook Islands are benefiting from a global collaboration between the University of Canberra, Massey University and the University of Arizona that aims to help make maths more relatable.

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