Get involved in this amazing opportunity to participate in a unique reading experience, connect with other members of this lifelong learning community, and embrace the positive impact that reading can have on our focus and mental health.
We are hard at work to ensure that we offer ways for you to meaningfully engage with UC – from conferences to book clubs to digital platforms, and soon a range of benefits that are still in their development phase.
The University of Canberra has an active network of alumni volunteers who give back to the university by assisting with and organising events, mentoring, contributing to our blog, and sharing their stories.
UC Foundation Scholarships are for students from rural or remote areas, Indigenous and refugee backgrounds and students with a disability.
Your donation of $2 or more is tax-deductible, with 100% of every gift supporting students in need.
Your support can change lives, one degree at a time.
"I remember the difficulties I faced balancing work, study and being a mother. My hope is that by supporting UC students in this way, I can help them reach their potential."
Lyn O'Toole, UC Alumna
Work Integrated Learning
There are a number of ways you can work with our talented pool of students to further benefit your organisation. These partnerships are facilitated through our Careers UC team who will work with you to discuss your business needs, structure your opportunity to ensure you’re meeting the requirements set out for students and connect you with a student that is the right fit for your organisation.
Placements, internships and projects
Connect with students at events
Career workshops and seminars
UC Market Days
Partner with UC
The University of Canberra (UC) provides innovative solutions that delivers outcomes for our industry partners. Through Engage UC, let us assist your organisation with achieving your goals by:
- Connecting you with world-class expertise and facilities
- Forming research and development partnerships
- Accessing professional and consulting services
- Applying for government grants and tenders to support projects and problem-solving
- Being part of innovative thinking and commercialisation of great ideas