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Academic Editing Services in Canberra

Canberra

The capital city of Australia, Canberra has a population of 382,000, a large majority of which are either public servants or military personnel, followed closely by students. The inland city experiences a short hot summer and a long cold winter. Many government department headquarters are based in Canberra, as are several military establishments (the Australian Defence Force Academy [ADFA], the Royal Military College, Duntroon [RMC-D] and HMAS Harman). While rental prices for student accommodation are high compared to the rest of Australia (second only to Sydney), Canberra supports a thriving cultural scene and has many tourist attractions, including Parliament House, the Australian War Memorial, Questacon, the Australian National Botanical Gardens, the Australian Institute of Sport, National Gallery, National Museum and National Library—making it an exciting place for students to live and study.

Capstone Editing is based in Canberra and has extensive experience in the provision of premium copyediting services to the postgraduate students and academics of all five Canberra universities. You can visit our testimonials page to read about the experiences of some of our past clients.

  • Australian National University (ANU): Founded in 1946, ANU’s is comprised of seven colleges and its main campus spans the Canberra suburb of Acton (358 acres), while a secondary campus is located at Kioloa (Kioloa Coastal Campus on the southern coast of NSW) and a research unit in Darwin. ANU had 22,400 students enrolled in 2015 (including 6,300 international students), and is a member of the Group of Eight (Go8). It is the only Australian university to be a member of the International Alliance of Research Universities. ANU is consistently ranked among the top 30 universities in the world and among the top three in Australia.
  • University of Canberra (UC): A relatively small university, UC has four faculties and one campus of 290 acres in the Canberra suburb of Bruce. UC had 17,000 students enrolled in 2015. UC is commonly ranked among the top 600 universities in the world.
  • University of New South Wales Canberra (UNSW@ADFA): A secondary campus of UNSW Australia, UNSW@ADFA primarily provides tertiary-level education to the (military) attendees of ADFA. The university is open to all students for postgraduate studies and for undergraduate studies in Engineering.

The Australian Catholic University (ACU) and Charles Sturt University (CSU) also have campuses in the ACT