The Australian Catholic University (ACU) is an Australian university with campus locations in Adelaide, Ballarat, Brisbane, Canberra, Melbourne and Sydney. ACU offers a wide range of degrees, courses, research, accommodation, clubs and societies, sporting facilities and events. Read more…
An ACU education seeks to transform lives and communities. Students are challenged to look beyond the classroom, solve real world problems, develop their search for meaning, and cultivate strong professional ethics and are invited to stand up for people in need and causes that matter.
ACU is open to all. As is common with great Catholic institutions across the world, the university is inclusive and supportive of everyone, every day – regardless of their faith or tradition.
ACU is a young university making a serious impact. Ranked in the top two per cent of universities worldwide and in the top 10 Catholic universities, the university has eight campuses around Australia and a campus in Rome, Italy. Opportunities for personal and professional growth are critical to ACU. This is a university of service, so much so that it is built into the curricula. All ACU courses offer work placements, internships, or volunteering opportunities.