Australian Catholic University
Australian Catholic Institution is a public university that was founded on January 1, 1991. The Australian Catholic University now offers 84 undergraduate courses in disciplines such as accounting and finance, biomedical science, and business administration, among others. ACU offers 32 postgraduate courses in specific subjects such as educational leadership, health administration, technology, and teaching to international students, as well as graduate degrees and certificates in several fields. There are three postgraduate research degree programmes available to help you become a specialist in a specific topic and conduct research.

Cost of attendance

ACU tuition prices range from AUD 19,500 to AUD 26,800 every semester.


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Acceptance rate

The university has around 31,200 students, including 3,400 international students from 90 countries. The admittance rate for Australian Catholic University is 67 percent.


The campuses of Australian Catholic University include a combination of ancient and modern structures surrounded by large lawns and hang-out areas. It features eight campus locations, as well as several research centres and instructional centres. Adelaide campus, Ballarat campus, Blacktown campus, Canberra campus, Melbourne campus, North Sydney campus, Strathfield campus, and Rome campus are the eight campuses. The Brisbane campus (McAuley at Banyo) lies near the city centre, surrounded by a blue horizon, meandering rivers, parks, and beaches.


The ACU English Language Centre is accredited by the Australian Government's Tertiary Education Quality Standards Agency (TEQSA)

Jobs and Placement

The Australian Catholic University's career development service and ACU alumni network assist graduates in finding employment. ACU alumni receive lifetime access to the online job board and professional resources offered through the ACU career hub. 91 percent of ACU graduates were placed, with 77 percent working full-time. The average pay for Australian Catholic University graduates and alumni is AUD 100,000, whereas the average salary for Bachelor of Arts graduates is AUD 64,000.

QS Ranking

#801-1000 in QS Global World Ranking, 2022.

The Ranking

#251-300 by Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2022

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