Australian Catholic University is a publicly funded university with seven campuses around Australia. We welcome staff and students of all beliefs and backgrounds.
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ACU is a national public university with courses on offer across Australia, open to students of all cultures and religions.
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ACU offers many opportunities to undertake supervised research at either the masters or doctoral level.
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ACU recognises there are a number of alternative qualifications – such as life skills, work experience or study the TAFE – that can help you gain entry to university.
Entry based on secondary studyEntry based on tertiary study or alternate entryAccess schemesSpecial Tertiary Admissions Test (STAT)ACU’s Admissions programs
To apply for entry to an undergraduate course with secondary study results, simply visit your relevant TAC and apply online.
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To be a successful tertiary student, it is not necessary for you to have completed Year 12 or have any formal academic qualifications.
ACU offers a range of access schemes that are available to University applicants who meet certain criteria:
The Special Tertiary Admissions Test (STAT) is a multiple choice aptitude test that helps applicants to demonstrate their potential for tertiary study.
Admission programs allow you to develop skills and make the transition into university study as easily as possible.
When you successfully finish a pathway course and achieve the necessary grades, you may be eligible to gain entry into ACU undergraduate courses
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