The vision for lifelong learning embraces a goal to deliver one job for every three residents of Greater Springfield.
Greater Springfield aims to enhance and enrich the entire region through world class education facilities and leading technology – allowing students to reach their aspirations.
With more than 8,700 students from daycare to university already in Greater Springfield, there are many opportunities for life-long learning.
Education City provides a central nucleus for education in Greater Springfield. Under a hub-and-spoke model, Education City functions as a focal point in the broader educational services offered throughout Greater Springfield and beyond. The campus is already home to numerous education providers such as University of Southern Queensland, Bremer Institute of TAFE, Union Institute of Language, Australian City College, MEGT, Prime Learning, St Peters Lutheran College, Hymba Yumba Community Hub and Kindy Patch Early Education Centres. Education City offers a fully integrated educational experience that is geared toward preparing students for a career anywhere around the world.
Greater Springfield is a fully master planned city founded around the pillars of education, health and technology. Education City rightly takes its place within a national and global community through the use of Greater Springfield’s dark fibre provision which enables an advanced digital learning network.