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, work ready graduates and leading health research.

Our range of undergraduate, postgraduate and research programs use innovative education methods to ensure that you graduate straight into an exciting and successful career in health or sport.


Recent news

  1. UC launches new Sport and Exercise Sciences partnership with Swansea University

    The partnership between the University of Canberra and Swansea University will create new opportunities for research and teaching collaborations, as well as student exchange.

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  2. School kids

    Pilot program sees UC Occupational Therapy students working in Canberra schools

    University of Canberra Occupational Therapy students are participating in a brand-new program that sees them working with Kindergarten and Year 1 students in the ACT.

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  3. National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Academy launched at UC

    Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students in Years 11 and 12 will be eligible to begin early study in the healthcare sector, through a new program under the National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Academy ACT.

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  4. Charity Ball

    Grab your dancing shoes for the UC Nursing Society’s upcoming charity ball

    The UC Nursing Society is set to hold its annual charity ball on Saturday 5 June, to raise funds for Beryl Women Inc.

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