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Alumni Postgrad Scholarship
The University of Canberra would like to offer you the opportunity to apply for a scholarship to help support your postgraduate coursework degree in Diagnostic Pathology, Health Research, Sports Analytics, Counselling, Ecological Public Health, High Performance Sport, or Nutritional Science.*Read more about this slide
Faculty of Health
The Faculty of Health at the University of Canberra educates clinicians, professionals and researchers to be leaders in the ever changing sectors of health and sport. With a focus on innovative education methods, the Faculty is continuously evolving with the environment and producing high quality graduates and leading health research.
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Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Students
University of Canberra is committed to building a strong and sustainable Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health and sport industry workforce.
If you are an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander person interested in studying a health or sport course, please contact Rachel Harrigan or phone 6201 2608.
A Taste of Uni
More than 370 high school students from rural and regional NSW high schools recently visited the University of Canberra for the UC 4 Yourself Expo.
One in five Australians live with chronic pain – and a researcher from the University of Canberra is investigating the complexity of the issue to determine how it may affect people differently.
A University of Canberra physio student has won first prize in a national competition for promoting the positive impact physical activity has on people with dementia
University of Canberra Clinical Assistant Professor in Physiotherapy Dr Nicole Freene has been awarded a Women with Heart Award in recognition of her efforts to support the fight against heart disease.
Saliva might be the perfect way to determine if social interaction, facilitated by an art program, is effective at improving quality of life of people living with dementia, according to a University of Canberra researcher.
Important DatesSee all dates >
Monday, 24th Sep 2018
Semester 2 class free period begins
Friday, 28th Sep 2018
Classes resume for Semester 2
Friday, 2nd Nov 2018
Semester 2 teaching period ends