World University Rankings 2022: UC rises in global top 200, stays in Australia's top 10
The University of Canberra has climbed to 170th spot in the THE World University Rankings 2022, and retained its place in the Australian Top 10.Read more about slide
UC launches online Master of Counselling and Juris Doctor courses
The new industry-led courses from the University of Canberra are flexible, versatile and tailored for working professionals and those looking to upskill.Read more about slide
UC joins the Innovative Research Universities Network
The University of Canberra has joined the Innovative Research Universities, a network of universities committed to inclusive excellence in teaching, learning and research.Read more about slide
UC and Instaclustr establish partnership for open-source software training, certification, research and development
The University of Canberra has partnered with Instaclustr to develop and deliver professional courses designed to advance Australia’s software engineering skills.
In conjunction with the University of Canberra graduation celebrations this week, the Faculty of Science and Technology hosted a prize presentation ceremony for student achievers of 2019 and 2020.
Analysing past rates of evolution, University of Canberra researcher Dr Joanne Bennett has found that many species won’t be able to adapt their physiologies fast enough to respond to climate change.
Organised by three student-led societies within the University of Canberra’s Faculty of Science and Technology, the event will provide opportunities for learning, development and networking.
This World Wetlands Day (WWD), we are still seeing an alarming decline in wetlands and their ecosystems, says the University of Canberra’s Professor Peter Bridgewater – despite the fact that millions of hectares of wetlands have been declared rare or important for conserving.