University of Canberra

The University of Canberra is situated in Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, the national capital of Australia. There are more than 12000 students studying in this university. This university has a total of 120 hectare campus that includes tall trees and native wildlife and is considered to be a campus of clean air. The social life on-campus has restaurants, coffee shops, bar, food outlets, lounges and lawns, student group-study annexes and the University residences. This university organizes regular social events and banks, shops and hairdressing salons are located on campus in convenient places.

More than 60000 students have graduated from this university since 1970. Education in Australia is always preferred by most of the abroad students and so is this university.

Stephen Parker is the Vice Chancellor of this university. The ACT government offers one percent of the operating budget of the university.

This university has more research centres relevant to its areas of research strength such as Institute for Applied Ecology, National Centre for Social and Economic Modelling (NATSEM), eWater Cooperative Research Centre, Cooperative Research Centre for Sustainable Tourism, Invasive Animals Cooperative Research Centre, Centre for Labour Market Research, Australian Institute for Sustainable Communities, Centre for Customs & Excise Studies and Centre for Developing Cities and lots more.