Australian Catholic University (ACU) is one of the fastest growing universities in Australia, with excellent new facilities, award-winning buildings and renowned academics. It is known for its supportive and nurturing learning environment.
ACU empowers students to think critically, ethically and to bring about change in their communities and professions. It is a publicly-funded university, and welcomes students and staff of all beliefs and backgrounds.
The University offers courses in four faculties – Education and Arts, Law and Business, Health Sciences, and Theology and Philosophy. Community engagement is a core part of every student’s experience, and is embedded within most courses.
ACU was founded from Catholic tertiary institutions that had been training teachers and nurses since the mid-19th century. It is now globally connected, and has relationships with more than 190 universities and educational institutions around the world, and is part of a global network of Catholic universities.
ACU offers the best of location and lifestyle with campuses in the most exciting cities in Australia including Brisbane, Sydney, Canberra, Melbourne, Ballarat and Adelaide. In addition, ACU is one of the few Australian universities with a presence in Europe, having recently opened the Rome Centre in Italy.
ACU has a rapidly increasing reputation in research, and has seven new research institutes aligned with the four priority research areas: Theology and Philosophy; Health; Education; and the Common Good and Social Justice.
ACU conducts research that makes a difference. Whether it be award-winning stroke studies, or investigations on how the world population will find food in the future, ACU research aims to improve social, health and living conditions, influence public policy, and improve knowledge in specialist fields.
ACU offers a wide range of scholarships for undergraduate and postgraduate students.
For more information, visit www.acu.edu.au