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Australian Catholic University

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Quick facts:

  • Campuses located in Brisbane, Ballarat, Canberra, Melbourne, North Sydney and Strathfield
  • Emphasis on community engagement and community service
  • Affordable courses
  • http://www.acu.edu.au/

Founded in 1991, the Australian Catholic University (ACU) is an Australian higher education institution rooted in the Catholic tradition. The ACU has seven campuses around Australia, each of which has its own identity and activities (clubs, societies, sporting events and concerts). Specializing in education, health, commerce, humanities, law and creative arts, the Australian Catholic University values ​​critical thinking and encourages students to take active part in their community to bring about positive change.

Why study at ACU





Find out why students love studying at ACU.

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ACU offers short and longer courses (certificates, graduate diplomas or bachelor/master degrees) at undergraduate or postgraduate level. A semester there costs about $ 9,450 Australian dollars (or € 6,270), making it an affordable destination for foreign students. ACU also offers a wide range of leisure and sport activities throughout the year to help you thrive and make new friends! If you’re looking for a way to keep fit and healthy, you can sign up to one of the many group fitness classes (bootcamp, yoga, boxing and pilates) offered at discounted rates.

Join ACU after a Bac +2

French students in management, business, finance or management (meeting specific BTS/DUT qualifications) who wish to enroll can transfer to the Australian Catholic University in their third year after having satisfactorily completed 2 years at their home institution. All admitted students will receive an Bachelor Business Administration (BBA)

The full list of recognised BTS/DU courses is as follows:

  • BTS TRADING AND CUSTOMER RELATIONS
  • BTS BUSINESS MANAGEMENT
  • BTS ASSISTANT MANAGEMENT
  • BTS BANK
  • BTS INTERNATIONAL TRADE
  • BTS ASSISTANT MANAGER
  • DUT ADMINISTRATIVE AND COMMERCIAL
  • DUT BUSINESS MANAGEMENT AND ADMINISTRATION SMALL BUSINESS
  • DUT BUSINESS MANAGEMENT AND ADMINISTRATION HUMAN RESOURCES
  • DUT MARKETING TECHNIQUES

 

These BTS and DUT courses attract 160cp (2 years) credit into the BBA at ACU.

The application procedure is simple: you’ll need to fill out a form and submit it to ACU via Study Experience, along with your IELTS or TOEFL examination results (a minimum IELTS score of 6.0 for writing and speaking, 5.5 for reading and listening is required) and official copies of your transcripts translated by an accredited professional.  Students who have successfully completed at least one full-time year of study in secondary or higher education where the medium of study was English are not required to submit language test results.

Once admitted, you will have the option to combine your studies with work placement or to integrate your study with volunteer service (in Sydney and Brisbane).

A school focused on social volunteering

Australian Catholic University is an ideal choice for students who wish to incorporate civic engagement into their studies. In line with its Catholic identity, ACU is deeply committed to serving others and achieving a more just society. The university regularly partners with schools and educational providers from low socioeconomic areas.

 

It is in keeping with this tradition that ACU grants students the opportunity to get involved in various community projects : to broaden their horizons, acquire new skills and Improve their resume while making a real difference. The Core curriculum at ACU is made up of three units, one of which is a “community engagement” module taught by academic staff from all faculties of the University. You’ll be attending classes with students from other disciplines, ensuring different viewpoints and lively debate.

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