Take your career further

If you’ve already started your career in theAustralianDefenceForce, boost your job prospects with a defence-tailored undergraduate degreefromUNSW Canberra. Focus on your studies in a tri-service environmentthatfosters networks, and enhancingDefencecapabilities and operations.

Explore yourstudy options

Explore yourstudyoptions across Arts, Business, Engineering, Information Technology, and Science, and choosethedegreethat’s right for you.All our courses are designed to help you to excel in your career in the Army, Navy or Air Force.

Bachelor of Arts

This degree prepares you for a multifaceted career in a wide variety of fields. Whether you wish to learn a new language, study a new culture or discover the past, the choice is yours.

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Bachelor of Business

Become a vital asset and stand out in your Australian Defence Force career by studying a business degree at UNSW Canberra at Ӱ̳.

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Bachelor of Computing & Cyber Security

This degree helps you develop the attributes and skills needed for a career in software and cyber security engineering, research, innovation, management and operations.

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Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Aeronautical)

Graduate and kickstart your career as an aeronautical engineer working at the cutting-edge of engineering designing, manufacturing and maintaining aircraft in the aviation and aerospace industries.

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Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Civil)

As a civil engineering student at UNSW Canberra, you’ll have access to purpose-built workshops and facilities. You'll also benefit from the best university teacher-to-student ratio in Australia.

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Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Electrical)

Our degree equips you with the skills, including high-level project management skills and engineering expertise, you need to practice as an electrical engineer.

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Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Mechanical)

This program focuses on building high-level project management skills and engineering expertise. You’ll be challenged to design, create and improve systems that turn energy into power and motion.

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Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Naval Architecture)

This program runs in parallel with Mechanical Engineering for the first two years. You'll then be admitted (based on suitable progress) to the honours Naval Architecture degree.

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Bachelor of Science

At UNSW Canberra, you can earn a Bachelor of Science degree in a variety of disciplines, including chemistry and subatomic physics, ocean and planet behaviour, contemporary changes in social and cultural life, and computational techniques and data analysis.
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Bachelor of Technology (Aeronautical Engineering)

This degree provides a solid foundation in engineering technology. It's specially developed to meet the needs of the Australian Defence Force and is accredited by Engineers Australia at the Engineering Technologist level. 

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Lifelong connections

UNSW Canberra graduates are a highly engaged and influential community who shape Australia and the international community as leaders in defence, government, and industry. Build lifelong connections and tap into our influential network of fellow reputable graduates.

Support services

Choosing a program or enrolling at a university can be overwhelming – but don’t worry, you won’t be doing it alone. We'll support you with general program advice, enrolment queries, student visas, personal wellbeing, and any essential information you’ll need throughout your studies. Whether you're an undergraduate or postgraduate student, we're hap

Student life

Student life at UNSW Canberra is vibrant, inclusive, and immersive. We offer plenty of opportunities to enrich your study experience and help you connect with other students and our campus community. Whether it’s sports, educational clubs, or creative hobbies, there are many ways to make the most of your time outside of the classroom.

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