Canberra - A Great Place to Study

The city of Canberra, Australia, is the nation's capital and offers great opportunities for secondary and university students and their families.
Lake Tuggeranong in Canberra's south looking towards Lake Tuggeranong College for yr11/12 students. The name Tuggeranong is derived from an Aboriginal Ngunnawal expression meaning "cold place".

Lake Tuggeranong in Canberra's south looking towards Lake Tuggeranong College for yr11/12 students. The name Tuggeranong is derived from an Aboriginal Ngunnawal expression meaning "cold place".

View from Mount Wanniassa. Two public schools are in the suburb of Wanniassa. Wanniassa School Preschool to Year 10 and Wanniassa Hills Primary School.

View from Mount Wanniassa. Two public schools are in the suburb of Wanniassa. Wanniassa School Preschool to Year 10 and Wanniassa Hills Primary School.

Artefacts from the collection of The Australian War Memorial

Artefacts from the collection of The Australian War Memorial

University students

University students

Secondary students from around the globe studing in Canberra - here outside the National Library of Australia

Secondary students from around the globe studing in Canberra - here outside the National Library of Australia

Evatt Primary School student feeding a lamb during a visit to a local farm

Evatt Primary School student feeding a lamb during a visit to a local farm

Canberra has 23000 full-time higher-education students, and 30% of these are international students.

Canberra has 23000 full-time higher-education students, and 30% of these are international students.

Georgia, an Erindale College student, snowboarding

Georgia, an Erindale College student, snowboarding

Waniassa Hills Primary School with views to the mountains.

Waniassa Hills Primary School with views to the mountains.

Pinterest
Search