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Australian Catholic University

Australian Catholic University manage together universities world-wide a
obligation to quality in teaching, research and service. It aims to be a community characterised by free inquiry and academic morality.The University’s inspiration, located within 2,000 years of Catholic
intellectual tradition, summons it to attend to all that is of concern to
human beings. It brings a distinctive spiritual viewpoint to the
common tasks of higher education.

About Us

Australian Catholic University (ACU National) was created in 1991 through the union of four Catholic tertiary institutions with experience and conventions going back to the mid-1800s. ACU National is a public University, established by the Australian government. The degrees are equivalent to those of other public institutions in Australia and are recognised world-wide.

Courses

Arts und Science

Undergraduate Courses

Postgraduate Courses

 

Business and Management

Undergraduate Courses

Postgraduate Courses

 

Counselling and Social Work

Undergraduate Courses

 

Dual Degrees

Undergraduate Courses

 

Education

Undergraduate Courses 

Postgraduate Courses

 

Educational Leadership

Postgraduate Courses

 

English

 

Environmental Science

Undergraduate Courses

 

Exercise Science and Sports Management

Undergraduate Courses 

Postgraduate Courses

 

Information Systems

Undergraduate Courses

Postgraduate Courses

 

Music

Undergraduate Courses

Postgraduate Courses 

 

Nursing

Undergraduate Courses 

Postgraduate Courses

 

Psychology

Undergraduate Courses

Postgraduate Courses 

 

Religious Education

Postgraduate Courses  

 

Social Sciences

Undergraduate Courses

 

Theology and Philosophy

Undergraduate Courses

Postgraduate Courses 

 

Visual Arts and Design

Undergraduate Courses 

Postgraduate Courses 

Location

Our six campuses are placed in the state capital cities of Melbourne, Sydney, and Brisbane, the national capital, Canberra, and the regional centre of Ballarat.

Each campus has its own singular surrounding, in either a city or suburban position:

Accommodation

The International Education Office can help you to find accommodation which are off the campus

Private rentals:
You may prefer to live in private rental housing near your campus. If necessary your International Student Adviser will support you to find a suitable estate. You should budget approximately AUD$100 - $150 per week to rent a housing shared with others. Utilities and food are not involved.

Student accommodation:
Specialised apartment housing is offered near most campuses

Homestay:
Homestay presents international students the occasion to enjoy life in a local home while studying in Australia. Homestay is suitable for stays ranging from a few weeks to many months. By living with an Australian family you will make better your English and get a better understanding of Australian way of life. Students should financial plan ca. AUD$225 - $240 per week for Homestay which involves utilities and most meals.

To find out course fees, intake dates, entry requirements and more details about courses and the Institute please click on the Enquiry button and complete our form.



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