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"Australia's capital is home to a huge student population, thanks to the many universities and technical colleges located here. As a result this small and vibrant city is geared towards a student lifestyle, lively café and pub cultures and a buzzing nightlife combine with affordable living, great sports facilities and some of the nation's best arts and entertainment. Countless annual festivals, such as the National Folk Festival, the National Multicultural Festival, Floriade and the Canberra International Film Festival, are also held in Canberra every year.
Known as a 'green' city, Canberra is a haven for people who love the great outdoors. An excellent network of bike tracks covers the city, while kilometres of lakeshore and suburban nature reserves contain great jogging trails and picnic spots. The location of numerous national parks outside the city offer countless opportunities for camping and hiking in some of Australia's most beautiful wilderness. "
"With a strong international focus, the University of Canberra (UC) is one of Australia's most professional and innovative Universities. It enjoys a culturally rich population, with students from over 80 countries forming part of the University's multicultural community."
One of the important decisions you need to make is the kind of accommodation in which you wish to live while you are in Australia. Here are the kinds of accommodations that may be available at your NSW university: On-Campus 1. University-managed Halls of Residence. They are never referred to as "Dorms". Halls of Residence vary a lot in the services they offer students and in the sort of atmosphere they promote. Most rooms in Halls of residence are single rooms although there may be some doubles. Halls of Residence are almost always "self-catering." 2. University Collegiate Halls (single and shared study-bedrooms) - This option is similar to a "Residential College" at some American campuses. Collegiate Halls include all meals.
Off-campus 3. Off-campus accommodation -Some students like to share a house or flat (apartment) with other students. The Housing Office at your university should be able to help you find something. Look also in the student press and on special notice boards in the Student Union. 4. Homestays. Some NSW universities offer homestay arrangements. Meals are usually provided.
Non-NC State Option
slots for UNCEP Australia are extremely limited. Students interested
in UNCEP Australia are encouraged to consider the Non-NC
State Option in case exchange slots are not available. Students
applying to UNCEP Australia programs as a Non-NC State option should
contact the Australian University directly for application materials
and cost information, and are also required to complete the NC State Student Application for Semester/Year Non-NC State Programs
The Non-NC State Option is generally less expensive than out-of-state
tuition, and is considered a cost-effective study abroad option for
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