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University of Canberra

ACT, Australia

Phone: 02) 6201 5111
Web Site: www.canberra.edu.au/


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University of Canberra


The University of Canberra (UoC) is Australia’s capital public university. It was primarily known as the Canberra College of Advanced Education when it was founded in 1967. It aims to provide the kind of education that will be able to transform their students into valuable members of the society, regardless of their personal background. Its only campus is located in Bruce with about 290 acres of land, which serves as a training ground to about 13000 students. 

High Quality and Socially Relevant Learnings in the University of Canberra

UoC is focused in offering a range of programs that enforces integrated learning. Its undergraduate and graduate courses at present tackle six different areas of discipline namely: Applied Science, Engineering, Information Science, Art and Design, Business, Education and Governance and Law. 

The University also has several research centres on different fields of expertise which aim to build up communities to become successful, peaceful, and sustainable. It values quality in its work such that mechanisms to assess it are being implemented. The University of Canberra carries out the Plan, Implement, Evaluate, Improve (PIEI) approach and undergoes periodical evaluation by the Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA). 
  
University Jobs and Careers for Growth at University of Canberra

The university jobs at UoC are described to be dynamic wherein comprehensive yet ethical research studies are being carried out. It prides itself on its numerous achievements in the past, including its present work and possible endeavours in the future. 

The University of Canberra ensures that it maintains a healthy working environment. Aside from the fact that the city of Canberra was ranked highest for liveability; career growth in university jobs and research jobs are ensured with accelerated promotion via a program called 10 Steps to the Top. Employees surely find their research jobs and other university jobs to be stable because of the highly competitive salaries and benefits provided by UoC.


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