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Australian Catholic University

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Australian Catholic University

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Australian Catholic University

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Overview

Overview

The Australian Catholic University (ACU) is Australia’s foremost Catholic University, and ranks among the top ten Catholic higher education institutions in the world. It holds seven campuses in Australia and one in Rome, Italy.

The University is also ranked in the top ten in Australia for student satisfaction and teaching, as well as being among the top five institutions for skills development across the whole of Australia. 94% of the research undertaken at ACU is ranked at world standard or higher.

Staff at ACU have an outstanding reputation for not only providing a brilliant education, but also for making students from all over the world feel welcome at the institution. ACU takes great pride in having a multi-cultural campus, while still giving their students the best chance of employment after graduation by actively engaging with the industry they are involved in.

There is a focus on hands-on experience, with internships, work experience or volunteer work available in the majority of the degrees on offer at ACU. This has led to the institution being among the top three in Australia for undergraduate employment, according to the Federal Government’s Graduate Outcomes Survey.

The University has an innovative careers service which looks to bring together students and graduates of ACU with employers, through campus visits, work placements and the ACU CareerHub - that allows companies to advertise openings to students and recent graduates.

Student life is lively and exciting at ACU. Not only are there 15 different competitive sports clubs that face off against rival universities, there are also student choirs, guitar lessons, and a variety of other creative pastimes that students can get involved with, and meet their new classmates at the same time.

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The Australian Catholic University (ACU) is world renowned for the quality of its teaching and research. It is ranked as the number one Catholic university and is in the top 80 universities in the Asia-Pacific region (Times Higher Education). ACU is ranked within the top 3% of universities across the globe and is a top young university.

With seven campuses across Australia and a campus in Rome, the university is ideally placed to provide an excellent education. This is reflected by the high level of student satisfaction, which places ACU in the top ten in Australia. Research at ACU, evaluated by the Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA), is rated well above world-class in a significant number of areas.

ACU prides itself on providing a welcoming and inclusive environment for international students. ACU’s multicultural campus is indicative of the diversity of the student community. The university is highly regarded by students having been awarded five stars for the overall student experience, student skills development and the engagement of learners.

ACU is aware of the need to prepare students for the world of work and employment after graduation. The university actively engages with industry and provides students with the opportunity for work experience, internships, hands-on-experience and volunteer work. This has seen ACU rank in the top three universities in Australia for graduate employment by the Federal Government’s Graduate Outcomes Survey. The ACU CareerHub forms part of ACU’s innovative careers service which aims to connect graduates and students with potential employers, including advertising vacancies.

Students have the opportunity to experience a vibrant and exciting life at ACU. With everything from guitar lessons to sport, students will never be short of activities to get involved in. Participation in extra-curricular activities gives students the ideal chance to socialise and meet new friends.

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Overview

Overview

The Australian Catholic University (ACU) is world renowned for the quality of its teaching and research. It is ranked as the number one Catholic university and is in the top 80 universities in the Asia-Pacific region (Times Higher Education Asia-Pacific University Rankings 2019). ACU is ranked within the top two per cent of universities across the globe and is a top 100 young university (THE Young University Rankings 2019).

ACU has grown rapidly over the past few years, and now has eight campuses across Australia in Adelaide (not currently available to international students), Ballarat, Brisbane, Canberra, Melbourne and Sydney (Blacktown, North Sydney and Strathfield), and an international campus in Rome, Italy. The university is ideally placed to provide an excellent education. This is reflected by the high level of student satisfaction, which places ACU in the top ten in Australia. Research at ACU, evaluated by Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA), is rated well above world-class in a significant number of areas.

ACU prides itself on providing a welcoming and inclusive environment for international students. ACU's multicultural campus is indicative of the diversity of the student community. The university is highly regarded by students, having been awarded five stars for learner engagement, skills development and full-time employment (Good Universities Guide 2020).

The university actively engages with industry and provides students with ample opportunity for professional placements, hands-on work experience and meaningful community service. This has seen ACU rank in the top three universities in Australia for graduate employment by the Federal Government's Graduate Outcomes Survey, 2019.

Students have the opportunity to experience a vibrant and exciting life at ACU, with everything from guitar lessons to sport. Participation in extra-curricular activities at ACU gives students the ideal chance to socialise and meet new friends.

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What’s new

What’s new

New campus for ACU in Sydney’s West

Blacktown City Council in partnership with Australian Catholic University (ACU) announced in March 2019 plans to build a university campus in the Blacktown CBD, which is scheduled to receive the first student enrolments in 2020.

ACU’s Vice-Chancellor and President Professor Greg Craven said, “By 2036 half of Sydney’s population will live in Western Sydney yet currently only 18 per cent of university places are in the area”.

He added, “An ACU campus in Blacktown will stand at the cultural and geographical heart of the community. We will strive to serve Blacktown’s diverse local student body by providing innovative, quality higher education courses as well as state-of-the-art physical spaces for study, recreation and reflection.”

Excellence in Research at ACU

In the recent Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA) 2018, all of ACU’s research was recognised as meeting or exceeding world standard by the Australian Research Council.

ACU was ranked equal first for ten fields of research in the country:

  • Clinical Sciences
  • Cardiorespiratory Medicine and Haematology
  • Human Movement and Sports Science
  • Nutrition and Dietetics
  • Nursing
  • Public Health and Health Services
  • Specialist Studies in Education
  • Cognitive Sciences
  • Psychology
  • Religion and Religious Studies

ACU ranked 101–200 in THE Impact Rankings

ACU is among the top 101–200 universities in the Times Higher Education (THE) Impact Rankings. The rankings measure the impact of the university on the society, in line with the university’s success in meeting the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

ACU proved excellence in the following SDGs:

  • SDG 3 – Good Health and Wellbeing: 25 globally
  • SDG 4 – Quality Education: 40 globally
  • SDG 5 – Gender Equality: 55 globally
  • SDG 8 – Decent Work and Economic Growth: 58 globally

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What's new

THE Impact Rankings

ACU is among the top 101–200 universities in the Times Higher Education Impact Rankings 2020. The rankings measure the impact of the university on society, in line with its success in meeting the UN's Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). ACU was noted for its excellence in the following SDGs:

  • Good Health and Wellbeing: 8th globally
  • Quality Education: 86th globally
  • Gender Equality: 23rd globally
  • Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions: 46th globally

ACU's Blacktown campus

From 2021, ACU will be launching undergraduate and postgraduate programs at its newest campus in Blacktown. Students at the Blacktown campus will join a small, nurturing community backed by local partnerships and international opportunities.

EAP online

The ACU Centre for Languages recently launched its online EAP course. The course covers the same content as the face-to-face EAP program and develops the English language proficiency and academic skills necessary to succeed at university in Australia.

The online course combines an online interactive classroom experience with collaborative peer work, and individual consultations with teachers and guidance with assessments. Successful completion of EAP online will offer a direct pathway to a variety of ACU undergraduate and postgraduate programmes.

Response to Covid-19

ACU has made swift adjustments to accommodate students in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic. The university continues to monitor the situation closely and is keeping up to date with the impacts of government decisions about policy, healthcare and border protection.

The university's dedicated support service for international students continues to provide personalised student support. International student advisors are available for one to one consultation and to advise on services such as accommodation, financial hardship support, counselling, career development, legal services, student services and campus ministry.

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Department structure

Department structure

Australian Catholic University (ACU) offers study options across…

Faculty of Education and Arts

The Faculty of Education and Arts hosts the National School of Education, the National School of Arts, and three vibrant, multidisciplinary research institutes. With a strong focus on career building, the faculty offers students the opportunity to build networks through industry engagements, internships, research opportunities and international study throughout their degrees.

Faculty of Health Sciences

Located across six of ACU’s campuses, the Faculty of Health Sciences is one of the largest faculties of its kind in Australia. It prepares highly qualified graduates in the areas of biomedical science and/or science, counselling, exercise science, nursing, occupational therapy, physiotherapy, psychology, public health, social work, and speech pathology.

Its strong links with health care partners around Australia provide students opportunities for clinical placements, community engagement projects and future employment.

Faculty of Law and Business

The Faculty of Law and Business offers a suite of degrees in disciplines including law, accounting, finance, IT, marketing, event management and human resource management. It is known for its job-ready graduates and strong connections with industry.

Faculty of Theology and Philosophy

The Faculty of Theology and Philosophy helps students develop the skills to critically examine complex issues, contextualise different historical and contemporary perspectives, engage with and articulate arguments from a range of viewpoints, as well as develop their academic writing and independent research skills. Such skills are all highly transferrable and will provide students with a firm foundation for a career in any industry.

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Department structure

Department structure

Australian Catholic University offers study options across a number of faculties:

Faculty of Education and Arts

Australian Catholic University’s Faculty of Education and Arts includes the National School of Arts and National School of Education. An important producer of new teachers in Australia, the Faculty of Education and Arts attracts students who seek to tackle the complex issues in fields such as education, youth work, global studies, media, communications and design.

Faculty of Health Sciences

The Faculty of Health Sciences is Australian Catholic University’s largest faculty and a leading producer of nurses, midwives as well as paramedics in Australia. It comprises of three schools – Behavioural and Health Sciences, Allied Health, as well as Nursing, Midwifery and Paramedicine – focussing on innovation, excellence, and impact on the community, across all the study areas.

Faculty of Law and Business

By emphasising social, ethical, as well as environmental duties within legal and commercial systems, the Faculty of Law and Business celebrates the sustainable success with a human touch. The faculty’s Thomas More Law School and Peter Faber Business School deliver courses including law, accounting, finance, human resources, and marketing.

Faculty of Theology and Philosophy

The university’s Faculty of Theology and Philosophy ranks across the world for divinity and religious studies, as well as theology. Students learn to combine new skills with a sense of ethics as well as a thirst for truth and knowledge. The faculty is home to the School of Theology and School of Philosophy, and also provides professional consulting services to various Catholic organisations.

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Department structure

Department structure

Australian Catholic University (ACU) offers study options across a number of faculties:

Faculty of Education and Arts

ACU's Faculty of Education and Arts includes the National School of Arts and National School of Education. An important producer of new teachers in Australia, the faculty attracts students who seek to tackle complex issues in fields such as education, youth work, global studies, media, communications and design.

Faculty of Health Sciences

The Faculty of Health Sciences is ACU's largest faculty and a leading producer of nurses, midwives as well as paramedics in Australia. The faculty is comprised of three schools, namely Allied Health, Behavioural and Health Sciences, and Nursing, Midwifery and Paramedicine. The schools focus on excellence, innovation and community impact, across all study areas.

Faculty of Law and Business

By emphasising social, ethical, as well as environmental duties within legal and commercial systems, the Faculty of Law and Business celebrates sustainable success with a human touch. The faculty's Thomas More Law School and Peter Faber Business School deliver courses including accounting, finance, human resources, law, and marketing.

Faculty of Theology and Philosophy

The university's Faculty of Theology and Philosophy ranks across the world for divinity and religious studies, as well as theology. Students learn to combine new skills with a sense of ethics as well as a thirst for truth and knowledge. The faculty is home to the School of Theology and School of Philosophy, and also provides professional consulting services to various Catholic organisations.

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Entry requirements

Entry requirements

Applications from international students are assessed on the basis of their academic qualifications and proficiency in English.

Undergraduate entry is based on the satisfactory completion of the equivalent of 12 years of schooling at a comparable entry level to domestic student requirements.

Postgraduate entry is normally based on the satisfactory completion of a recognised degree or diploma of at least three years’ duration, comparable to an Australian degree or diploma.

Applicants who undertook study in a language other than English will be required to show proficiency in English. The University accepts the International English Language Testing System (IELTS), the Pearson Test of English (PTE), the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) and the Cambridge Advanced English (CAE).

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Entry requirements

Entry requirements

All of the courses and assessments offered at the Australian Catholic University are delivered in English. It is mandatory for students to demonstrate their English language proficiency to the university and in order to make the most of their studies.

If English is the students’ first language, they must finish their last year of Australian schooling (Year 12), or its alternative equivalent qualification.

If English is not the students’ first language, they will need to demonstrate their proficiency with evidence, including a recent assessment, qualification or test.

This assessment, qualification or test result provided by students must be completed within two years prior to the commencement of studies at ACU.

English language proficiency requirements

Students who wish to apply to ACU can undertake the following English language proficiency assessments:

  • ACU English Test
  • Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL)
  • Pearson Test of English (PTE)
  • International English Language Testing System (IELTS)
  • Cambridge Advanced English (CAE)

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ACU Centre for Languages

ACU Centre for Languages

ACU's English language courses assist students on the path to an ACU degree, prepare them to speak English in the workplace, and help them succeed in their IELTS or OET exams.

All language centres are located on ACU campuses (Brisbane, Melbourne and North Sydney), so students have complete and immediate access to ACU facilities and are an ACU student from day one. Studying at ACU is more than just attending classes. Students will have opportunities to interact, make friends and practise their English with local students. Students can choose to study from the following courses:

  • Pathways to ACU: Academic English, Foundation Studies and Tertiary Preparation (Health Sciences)
  • English for Global Mobility: General English for everyday communication or for work purposes
  • Test Preparation: IELTS Preparation, IELTS online, and OET Preparation

ACU Centre for Languages is accredited by the Australian Government's Tertiary Education Quality Standards Agency (TEQSA), quality assured by NEAS, and is a member of peak professional bodies: English Australia and University English Centres Australia (UECA).

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How to apply

How to apply

International students must:

  • Verify international student status.
  • Select a course by consulting the course guide for the latest information. Up to three courses can be applied for.
  • Check entry requirements. They must check compliance of all course requirements including English language.
  • Apply through the electronic application form.
  • Provide documentation as required. If the application to ACU is successful, either a Provisional Letter of Offer or a Letter of Offer will be sent. A Provisional Letter of Offer requires additional information and supporting documentation to be provided.
  • Send back to ACU the completed Acceptance Form to confirm a place. Upon receipt of fees and signed acceptance, the University will issue an electronic Confirmation of Enrolment (eCoE).
  • Apply for a Student Visa online or from the nearest Australian High Commission, Consulate, Embassy or Diplomatic Post. Once the student visa has been approved, travel arrangements need to be finalised. A Pre-Departure Guide will be sent, providing information on everything students need to know for life in Australia.
  • Arrive in Australia in time for orientation. Students will then be issued their ACU ID and will be able to finalise enrolment.

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How to apply

How to apply

Students must ensure that they gather the certified copies of all necessary documents for their application. These documents include:

  • evidence of English language proficiency
  • passport
  • academic qualifications (completion certificates and transcripts)
  • any other document which supports students’ application, including evidence of professional registration, work experience, as well as reference letters which are relevant to their courses.

Certified documents

Copies of students’ official documents must be certified. Certified copies are photocopies of the original documents which have been verified as true copies.

Apply

When students are ready to apply, they can make their ACU application using the following methods:

  • ACU’s online application system
  • authorised education agent in the students’ country
  • in-person at the university’s international office at its Melbourne, Brisbane, or Sydney campuses.

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Entry requirements

Entry requirements

All of the courses and assessments offered at the Australian Catholic University (ACU) are delivered in English. It is mandatory for students to demonstrate their English language proficiency to the university in order to make the most of their studies.

If English is a student's first language, they must finish their last year of Australian schooling (Year 12), or an alternative equivalent qualification.

If English is not a student's first language, they will need to demonstrate their proficiency with evidence, including a recent assessment, qualification or test.

This assessment, qualification or test result provided by students must be completed within two years prior to the commencement of studies at ACU.

English language proficiency requirements

Students who wish to apply to ACU can undertake the following English language proficiency assessments:

  • ACU English Test
  • Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL)
  • Pearson Test of English (PTE)
  • International English Language Testing System (IELTS)
  • Cambridge Advanced English (CAE)

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Scholarships & funding

Scholarships & funding

There are a range of scholarships on offer for international students.

International Student Scholarships

ACU offers these scholarships each year for students starting undergraduate or postgraduate courses. This scholarship cover 50% of the recipients’ full-time tuition fees.

Faculty of Law and Business Scholarships

The Peter Faber Business School Scholarship provides a AUD 1,000 tuition fee reduction for one year for postgraduate international students with a prior academic result of 70% or greater.

The Faculty of Law and Business also offer the Peter Faber Business School Community Development Prize. Valued at AUD 2,000, it is open to international undergraduate and postgraduate students. Students need to produce a written submission that demonstrates community service together with academic results in the first year/8 units of study. A selection panel will then make the final decision.

Malaysian Australian Alumni Council (MAAC) Scholarship

The MACC scholarship worth 25% is paid as a tuition waiver for the first year of an ACU postgraduate coursework degree in 2 separate instalments (over the two semesters).

ACU Mercy Scholarship

This scholarship awarded annually as a tuition fee waiver is equivalent to the full tuition of the recipient’s course duration up to four years.

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Scholarships & funding

Scholarships & funding

There are a range of scholarships on offer for international students at Australian Catholic University. The most popular scholarships for international students are the following:

ACU International Student Scholarship

Australian Catholic University International Student Scholarships are awarded to undergraduate as well as postgraduate international students who begin their education at the university and have demonstrated excellent academic merit in their previous studies. Applicants who are successful will receive a tuition fee waiver of half of the full-time fees for the minimum duration of their course (inclusive of RPL/Credit).

ACU Global Excellence Scholarship

In light of ACU’s success in global rankings, the Peter Faber Business School will award scholarships worth up to AUD 5000 per year to commencing students of business and information technology programmes. Students will be eligible to receive the scholarship every year of their course, provided that they successfully pass at least 3 subjects per semester.

Ballarat International Student Scholarship

The Ballarat International Student Scholarships reward International students who have demonstrated outstanding academic merit in prior studies and choose to study on the University’s Ballarat Campus. The scholarship will pay for half of the full-time fees for the first two semesters of students’ programme (inclusive of RPL/Credit).

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How to apply

How to apply

Students must ensure that they gather certified copies of all necessary documents for their application. These documents include:

  • evidence of English language proficiency
  • passport
  • academic qualifications (completion certificates and transcripts).
  • Any other document which supports a student's application, including evidence of professional registration, work experience, as well as reference letters which are relevant to their courses.

Certified documents

Copies of students' official documents must be certified. Certified copies are photocopies of the original documents which have been verified as true copies.

Apply

When students are ready to apply, they can make their Australian Catholic University (ACU) application using the following methods:

  • ACU's online application system
  • Authorised education agent in a student's country
  • In-person at the university's international office at its Melbourne, Brisbane, or Sydney campuses.

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Facilities

Library

ACU’s campus libraries are a valuable resource that students can use throughout their time at ACU.

These have extensive print and online collections, and offer a range of services. Plus, they are a great place to meet friends, work on group projects, and finish assignments.

Medical centres

ACU’s Brisbane and Melbourne campuses have on-campus medical centres, offering comprehensive, high-quality health care services to ACU students.

Services include:

  • General medicine
  • Immunisations
  • Men's health
  • Skin checks
  • Travel medicine
  • Wellness support
  • Women's health

Fitness

Students looking to keep fit and healthy can join a gym or take part in one of ACU’s fitness programs. There are gym memberships and group fitness classes available at student prices. Classes include boot camp, yoga, boxing and Pilates.

There are over 15 different sport clubs which students will have the chance to get involved in, including cheer, football, netball and many more.

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Career support

Career support

The ACU Career Development Service supports students and graduates by providing a comprehensive range of services.

Careers staff are located across all ACU campuses and are involved in careers development learning, from first year through to graduation and beyond. Graduates of Australian Catholic University can access the careers support offered by the university for about two years’ after they complete their studies.

Key services offered include:

  • ACU CareerHub which is an online portal providing students with appointment bookings, job opportunities, and event information.
  • General as well as course-specific career programmes and workshops.
  • Direct, skype and phone appointments as well as online career advice.
  • Employer connection and events.
  • Student Jobs on Campus (SJC) that offers students the opportunity to undertake employment with pay across the ACU campuses while finishing their studies.

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Scholarships & funding

Scholarships & funding

There are a range of scholarships on offer for international students at Australian Catholic University (ACU). The most popular international student scholarships include the following:

ACU International Student Scholarship

ACU International Student Scholarships are awarded to undergraduate as well as postgraduate international students who begin their education at the university and have demonstrated excellent academic merit in their previous studies. Applicants who are successful will receive a tuition fee waiver of half of the full-time fees for the minimum duration of their course (inclusive of RPL/Credit).

ACU Global Excellence Scholarship

In light of ACU's success in global rankings, the Peter Faber Business School will award scholarships worth up to AUD 5,000 per year to commencing students of business and information technology programmes. Students will be eligible to receive the Global Excellence Scholarship every year of their course, provided that they successfully pass at least three subjects per semester.

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Australian Catholic University is a public not-for-profit university funded by the Australian Government. It was opened on 1 January 1991 as a Catholic university, ACU engages in the Catholic intellectual tradition where faith and reason are compatible in education, and knowledge is cultivated in an environment that fosters intellectual freedom, personal development and equity for all. Within the Catholic intellectual tradition and acting in Truth and Love, the University is committed to the pursuit of knowledge, the dignity of the human person and the common good. Mission of the ACU engages the Catholic Intellectual Tradition to bring a distinct perspective to higher education.

The University has a wide range of institutes and centres as well as four faculties. Students can choose from hundreds of undergraduate and postgraduate courses. Bachelor degrees, also known as an undergraduate qualification, are designed to give students the knowledge, skills and experience to prepare them for the future career. Postgraduate degrees can involve either research or coursework programs. Degrees in research allow students to focus on a field of their choice. Research students usually do not attend lectures or tutorials instead they conduct independent research activities and are supervised by a senior academic.

Australian Catholic University has seven campuses around Australia. It empowers students to think critically, ethically and to bring about change in their communities and professions.
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