With its state-of-the-art facilities, the University of Canberra is home to more than 12,000 students, both local and international. It is located in 120 hectares of land amidst extensive flora and fauna. It is within walking distance to various social services such as shopping and entertainment complexes as well as bus services. One can find coffee shops, restaurants and study annexes within campus. There are also banks, shops, a salon and sporting clubs located within premises.
The University of Canberra offers courses on Applied Science, Arts and Design, Law, Engineering, Education and Health. Its location at the Australian Capital Territory makes it easily accessible to various corporate and public service headquarters as well as the two large cities of Sydney and Melbourne.
University of Canberra Accommodation
For on-campus housing, one may opt for the Arscott House, the University of Canberra Village and the newly-opened Weeden Lodge. Visit this link for more information about on-campus accommodation. The university also offers assistance for off-campus accommodation. You can visit this site in your search for off-campus lodging.
University of Canberra Courses
Canberra U offers a variety of undergraduate and postgraduate degrees. Follow this link to search for the program suitable for you.
University of Canberra Contact Details
- General Enquiries: + 61 2 6201 5111 from 9am to 5pm
- Course & Admissions Information: 1300 301 727
- International Student Enquiries: +61 2 6201 5342
You can also go postal:
- Address: University Drive, Bruce, ACT 2617
- Postal: University of Canberra, ACT 2601 AUSTRALIA
Or go online and shoot them an e-mail:
Being the capital city of Australia, Canberra is Australia’s largest inland city and the 8th largest overall. Canberra is the seat of government in Australia and houses the Parliament House, the High Court and various other public departments and agencies. Canberra is rich with museums, libraries, parks and gardens and a number of media companies.
Canberra experiences dry continental climate with warm to hot summers and cool to cold winters. Rainfall is the third lowest in terms of capital cities and is spread evenly throughout the seasons.