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The world may have changed, but there’s no need to put your study ambitions on hold. Whether you’re changing career direction or upskilling to get ahead, a qualification from the University of Canberra can help get you there.
In response to the COVID-19 environment, UC courses are being delivered through our virtual campus until the government advises it is safe to return to normal. This means each and every one of our Semester 2 degrees are open for new student applications now.
With a range of remote-access classes and workshops, video lectures, support services and ways interact with your classmates, you can get a head start on building a better future for yourself - all from your home.
Whether you’ve studied before, or you’re taking the leap for the first time - you’ll fit right in at UC. With over half of our students returning to study after a break, we know how important this next step is for you.
When you’ve made the decision that it’s time to invest in your future - you can be sure that the University of Canberra is the right place to start your life changing journey. As ACT’s #1 university for graduate employment, our industry-aligned, practical approach to learning is proven to prepare students to achieve their career ambitions.
We know going back to study and working full-time can be daunting but we are here for you every step of the way. UC’s flexible nature makes juggling workloads, family and social commitments possible.
Our flexible learning solutions allow you to select online or in-person learning styles that work for you.
Part-time study is a great way to ensure you’re not taking on more than you can handle.
Study when it suits you
Choose from lectures, tutorials and workshops at the time of day that suit you. Many of our lectures can also be viewed online.
In response to the COVID-19 environment, UC has transitioned to a virtual campus. Get a head start on building a better future for yourself - All from your home.
Semester 2 on-time* application deadline
Semester 2 orientation week
Semester 2 commencement
Semester 1 census date
* Applications received after this date will still be considered, however we strongly recommend that you submit your application on time to allow for sufficient processing before the commencement period.
Whether you’ve been busy gaining valuable work experience, studying another qualification or travelling the world there, has never been a better time to invest in yourself and upskill. There are a number of entry options for those who aren’t starting their degree directly from school. Depending on your previous qualifications or work experience, you may also be eligible to gain credit for units within your degree, or Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) helping you to finish your studies sooner.
The UC Uplift Package is designed to support you, with pathway options to study at the University of Canberra, no matter your situation.
You could be eligible for recognition of prior learning and work experience to gain credit in a course, allowing you to complete your degree sooner.
Worried about how you’ll afford your degree? The University of Canberra is a registered FEE-HELP provider, meaning domestic students can begin study now and pay course fees later through your income tax. To find out if you’re eligible use the eligibility calculator on the study assist website.
Some courses also provide Commonwealth Supported Places, meaning the government subsidises your course fees. To find out if this applies to your degree, simply navigate to the fees tab in your online course listing.
UC also offers a variety of scholarships to assist you with living costs, textbooks, accommodation, relocation or contribution towards your fees. Simply submit one application, and you’ll be considered for every scholarship for which you’re eligible.
After high school, I was in full-time work for four years and I took time for some soul-searching and to decide what I wanted to study. One day I decided I had to stop comparing my path to everyone else’s and just know that this was where I was supposed to be.
Bachelor of Communications and Media