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ACU FHS Partnerships

From the classroom to simulation-based learning, our students gain insight into current techniques, theories and trends – then apply these to professional placements and community engagement.

Work-integrated learning 

Hands-on workplace experience is a core part of our degrees. Study with us and you can take part in clinical placements with some of our 3000 healthcare partners. 

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Partner clinics  

Gain experience in partner clinics and practice in on-campus health and psychology clinics with expert supervision. Our clinics are open to students, staff and the public.

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Help communities overseas 

Engage with community groups around the world to gain valuable international experience. Study in Rome or take part in a study tour in Asia or the Pacific, living, studying and working with locals. 

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Strategic plan

Developed with our partners and guided by our mission and values, our Strategic Plan 2015-2020 is the highest-level plan for the University.

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Our history

Discover the story of ACU so far. Read about our founding antecedent institutions and campus histories, and our connection with St Mary MacKillop.

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Careers at ACU

Work at the university doing meaningful work. Browse available positions, learn how to apply, and see what makes us an employer of choice.

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Student life

Explore what our campus life is like by learning more about our student services, campus facilities, accommodation options and social activities.

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