Frequently Asked Questions
    
What does the University's support network look like?
    
        
            

We have a multi-layered support for you when you study with us. A Student Enrolment Adviser (SEA) will support you through your application process, while a personal Student Success Adviser (SSA) will be dedicated to supporting you throughout your study journey up to your graduation. Your SSA is on hand to help with all non-academic queries by phone or email. You will also be surrounded by a learning community of students and academics throughout your study journey.

            
    
    
How is the University of Canberra's ranked nationally and globally?
    
        
            

The University of Canberra is a top 10 university in Australia (Times Higher Education, 2021), the number one university for full-time employment after graduation in the Australian Capital Territory (Good Universities Guide, 2022),  number one in the world for reducing inequalities (THE Impact Rankings, 2021) and ranked among the top one per cent of universities in the world (THE, 2021).

            
    
    
How do I interact with other students in my course?
    
        
            

When you’re connected to the University, you’re connected to an inspiring community of teachers and learners in our nation’s capital. We have created forums for you to interact and network with other students, which you can access within your online learning environment. We’ve invested in online learning to make it intuitive, user-friendly, straightforward and seamless. The result is a postgraduate experience with the same quality of education and connection with students as traditional on-campus study.

            
    
    
What happens if I become sick?
    
        
            

Your Student Success Adviser is the best person to contact in this situation. They will support you and explain your options to you should you not be able to continue studying.

            
    
    
Can I study more than one unit at a time?
    
        
            

You will be able to do the unit that is available at any one point. This also applies to placement units or options. Given that our units are rotated throughout the study period, you can study just one unit at a time, enabling you to instantly add value to your career and organisation.