Australian Catholic University, Sydney
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Australian Catholic University, Sydney

New South Wales, Australia | Public

About

The Australian Catholic University was established on 1st January 1991. It is a public research university located in Australia and it has seven Australian campuses also maintaining a campus in Rome. About 32,000 students attend the university.

The Australian Catholic University is included in the top international University Rankings for the first time and has also achieved placements in the Times Higher Education World University Rankings, QS World University Rankings, QS ranking by Subject and most recently the Young University Rankings. The university is officially accredited by the Department of Education and Training, Australia.

Cost

Reasonable

A$21,041

Average Living Expenses (Bachelors)

A$21,041

Average Living Expenses (Masters)

Admissions

A$110

Application Fee

Courses

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Campus

Location

The University has seven campuses across Australia, located in Adelaide, Ballarat, Brisbane, Canberra, Melbourne, North Sydney, and Strathfield. The institution also has an international campus located in Rome, Italy.

Campus

The University has seven campuses across Australia including a campus at Rome. At the Melbourne campus, you will find facilities like Cafes, Sport and Recreation which is located on the lower ground of Mary Glowery building, a newly refurbished facility kitted with the latest fitness and training equipment. You will also find a bookstore and a library on-campus. World-class infrastructures you will find in Australia, extensive road and rail networks linked to air and seaports. The Melbourne’s complex matrix of road and rail transportation networks are the best in the country and the Melbourne’s Airport is Australia's busiest curfew-free airport. People and goods are easily transported in, out and around the country, this is made possible due to the largest air and seaports in Australia.

Residing Options

The Australian Catholic University offers a range of different accommodation options for the students. The Sydney accommodation provides a supportive student community, with a flexible off-campus lifestyle. The Sydney accommodation comprises of studios and multi-shared apartments, all rooms are fully-furnished and situated over three floors all with lift access. The Ballarat accommodation offers a number of four to seven bedroom houses and it is surrounded by Australian native gardens, all rooms are well furnished with private bedrooms. Managed residences are also available which enables the students to live a more independent lifestyle. There are other residential options offered by the university such as the Canberra accommodation, the Brisbane accommodation, Melbourne accommodation, and the Rome accommodation. The Rome accommodation offers modern and newly-renovated 76-bed shared residential accommodation in various arrangements.

Faculty

The Australian Catholic University is made up of four faculties with offer bachelor, master, and doctoral degrees. Each faculty is at the forefront of innovation in teaching and learning, and it is committed to providing the students with a world-class education that will enable them to become good leaders of tomorrow.

Jobs and placements

The university offers employment opportunities and student jobs on campus which provides current students of ACU a fantastic range of varied paid employment across the campuses. The working environment is friendly and perfect too.

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