Opportunities for Partners
The University of Canberra's (UC) campus development project will transform the University campus into a vibrant community with excellent facilities, innovative researchers and talented students.
The project creates opportunities for organisations to use the land on campus for a range of purposes that complement our campus development priorities.
The Health Precinct is the University's platform for expanding and transforming health research, education and service delivery . Our vision is to achieve better health and wellbeing for our local and global communities.
We invite you to join us on this journey to achieve innovative and world-leading health research and education. Whether you collaborate, invest, learn, research or access health services on campus, we welcome your interest and the potential to speak further.
Our innovation initiative will transform our campus into a thriving ecosystem of research and development in biomedicine, biotechnology, sports technology, materials fabrication and IT solutions.
UC is aiming to develop partnerships that enable national and international research partners to pursue research and collaboration opportunities directly from our campus. Innovation partnerships may be two-way, between UC and an external partner, or multifaceted agreements incorporating multiple partners across campus in research and technological innovation. We aim to create an innovation ecosystem to facilitate this activity.
A cutting-edge, sustainable residential development will rise at the University's Bruce campus over the next two decades.
The Campus Community project will set a new benchmark for contemporary living, demonstrating innovative planning and design in architecture, landscape and streetscape. Up to 3,300 residences will be constructed, including a mix of units and townhouses.
The project will provide a reference site on campus for research projects in housing design, urban design, community health and mental health policy studies.
UC is developing a Sports Precinct to help it become one of Australia's leading tertiary sports institution. The project will see sports facilities built on campus for use by professional sporting teams, staff, students and the local community.