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University of Canberra





University of Canberra

CRICOS No: 00212K


Contact person: Karyn Ward

Position: Deputy Director Transnational & Training

Department: Marketing & International

Tel: +61 2 6201 5025  |  Fax: +61 2 6201 5445 


Address: University of Canberra, Canberra, ACT 2601




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Description of institution


University of Canberra, Australia's Capital University

The University of Canberra specialises in professional preparation for professional people and its degrees and qualifications are respected and recognised internationally. Naturally the University offers a rich portfolio of career enhancing electives and double degrees in a number of disciplines.

Academic standards are high, there are strong academic, professional and personal support systems and the University's focus on preparation for the real world means that students in most disciplines enjoy hands-on work experience well before they graduate.

The objective is to produce professionals who are self-confident, knowledgeable, intellectually and emotionally equipped. It all adds up to a valuable competitive advantage that prepares our graduates to hit the ground running in their chosen career.

The University of Canberra offers:

  • state of the art knowledge and skills in your chosen discipline 
  • professional preparation for a competitive edge in your chosen career 
  • the flexibility to change or add to your mix of courses 
  • experience of hands-on work-integrated learning 
  • lecturers informed by research and regular consultation with their professions 
  • career-enhancing qualifications that are recognised and respected world-wide 
  • the opportunity to participate in a research culture that is making substantial contributions to sustaining our quality of life.
  • the transformational experience that only an inclusive, collegial relationship between students and academics can provide 
  • an enjoyable and relaxing social life in a friendly, multicultural environment

Whatever discipline you study, you'll also find you develop professional networks with friends, colleagues, academics and mentors who'll be working in your own or related fields in every state of Australia and many countries around the world.

Recruitment activity in Hong Kong and Macau

Name of activity Date Time Venue URL
21st Australian Education Fair – AEC Education Consultancy 25-26 June 1.00pm- 6.00pm  Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre

Education agent representatives in Hong Kong and Macau

Aston Education, Wanchai –
AUG Hong Kong –
Australian Education Consultancy Limited, Hong Kong –
Dadi Overseas Studies Service Centre –
Iae Global Ltd –
IDP Hong Kong –
Institute of Advanced Learning –
International Student Service Centre, Mongkok –
Linktop Hong Kong –
Rise Smart Overseas Education Centre –

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The Minister for Tertiary Education, Skills, Jobs and Workplace Relations, Senator Chris Evans, and the Minister for Immigration and Citizenship, Chris Bowen MP, announced on 22 September a suite of measures to enhance competitiveness in Australia's international education sector.

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