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Marked by youthful dynamism and determination, the University of Canberra has treaded a unique journey since its inception. With a dual focus on producing profession-ready graduates and mission-oriented, problem-solving research, the University has risen in merely a quarter of a ...

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The choices we make matter

Why governments and universities should reconsider their dependence on international students as a major means of funding. I recently mentioned to a group of newly arrived students that Australia once offered free education to international university students. They looked at me ...

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A room of one’s own

In a competitive world, a new scheme has been developed by the University of Canberra to guarantee rooms for its students. By Dallas Bastian. International and first-year students will be guaranteed accommodation at the University of Canberra in the first ...

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UC expansion plan halted

The federal government has rejected the University of Canberra’s plans to partner with Holmesglen Institute of TAFE to offer degree courses in Melbourne. Last year the University of Canberra announced a plan to offer Melbourne students 11 degrees from the ...

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Time to trade in well-worn university model

Higher education faces the prospect of dramatic change in the next few years, writes Stephen Parker. What might a university of the future look like? The future of higher education globally is bright, but the current conception of a university ...

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University cleared of ‘soft-marking’

The University of Canberra has been cleared of any wrongdoing following an independent inquiry into allegations of “soft-marking” of international students. The inquiry, led by retired University of New England senior academic Professor Graham Webb, was set up to examine ...

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