Orange 1, Casuarina campus, Australia (08) 8946 7766
Information
  • Admin. staff 1,421 (2011)
  • Affiliations ASAIHL
  • Campus Metropolitan and RegionalNamed After Charles Darwin
  • Established 2004 (as NTU, 1989
  • Location Darwin, Palmerston, Alice Springs, Katherine, Nhulunbuy, Jabiru, Tennant Creek and Yulara, Northern Territory, Australia
  • Postgraduates 461 (2011)
  • Students 22,083 (2011)
  • Type Public
  • Undergraduates 3,194 (2011)
  • Vice Chancellor Barney Glover
  • Vice principal www.cdu.edu.au
By 2015 Charles Darwin University will have grown its student base by 50%. It will be renowned for its leading approach to education, research and community engagement in regional and remote Australia, and the region as a whole. It will also draw on the priorities of the region in framing its education programs and exploring the frontiers of knowledge. With a focus on high quality, flexible local and distance education, CDU will provide the learning that students, the region and the nation require to produce innovative graduates who effectively meet the challenges of a complex, changing world. As a distinctive multi-sector education provider, this University will be recognised as a leader in student support and the provision of pathways from vocational training through to advanced research degrees.
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Darwin Community College, founded in 1974 and renamed Darwin Institute of Technology in 1984, was a combined College of Advanced Education and a TAFE College. It was situated on what is now the Casuarina Campus, although it used other buildings at various times in Darwin. By the time of the formation of the Northern Territory University, it gave degrees in Arts, Education, Business and Applied Science.