Our campus

Open space, natural calm, tall trees and wildlife. Close to the city. Convenient to shopping. Great food, cool cafes, events and markets; a buzzing social hub with something for everyone.

The University of Canberra is located in the suburb of Bruce in the Australian Capital Territory.  Surrounded by Lake Ginnindera, the new suburb of Lawson, Radford college and residential housing, regular public buses can drop you right on campus.

Student accommodation, an on-campus medical and counselling centre, the Australian Institute of Sport, Calvary Public Hospital, Belconnen Shopping Mall and a variety of restaurants are all within walking distance.

Virtual tours

Explore some of our campus and facilities as if on campus.

3D campus tours

Street view

News

  1. UC’s student athletes join Australia’s World Uni Games team

    UC’s student athletes join Australia’s World Uni Games team

    A further seven University of Canberra students have qualified for the 2017 World Summer University Games

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  2. UC alumna Diana Abdel-Rahman was the special guest speaker at the University's UN World Refugee Day morning tea

    UC honours refugees on World Refugee Day

    University of Canberra staff and students mark the United Nations’ World Refugee Day with a morning tea

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  3. Government funds new clinical school

    Government funds new clinical school

    The ACT Government will spend $2.7 million on establishing a new clinical school for nursing, midwifery and allied health which will be run in conjunction with the University of Canberra's Faculty of Health

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  4. UC Capitals welcome back favourite daughter

    UC Capitals welcome back favourite daughter Hurst

    Seven-time WNBL championship winner and hometown favourite Natalie Hurst has re-signed with the University of Canberra Capitals for the 2017/18 WNBL season

    More on UC Capitals welcome back favourite daughter Hurst

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