Our newest campus, St Francis of Assisi, is in Adelaide’s up-and-coming area of Thebarton. Once the Catholic Theological College, this campus is now part of our Faculty of Theology and Philosophy, teaching postgraduate courses that probe the foundations of Christian faith and explore its relationship with the modern world.Search Adelaide courses
The 'City of Churches' is now better known for its vibrant arts scene, busy nightlife and mix of multicultural influences. In your free time, you’re spoilt for choice with beaches, galleries and gigs on offer. And, when you need some time out, there are peaceful parks, museums and, of course, churches to enjoy.
Nestled between the city centre and Lake Wendouree, our Ballarat Campus gives you the best of city and country.
Our McAuley Campus is in Brisbane, the capital of Australia’s sunshine state. Enjoy sprawling grounds and easy access to the city and river.
Enjoy studying in Australia’s capital at our Signadou Campus. You’ll have access to some of Australia’s best cafes, museums and sights.
Located between the city centre, Fitzroy’s eclectic shops and eateries, and the beautiful Carlton Gardens, St Patrick’s Campus has plenty to offer.
Our MacKillop Campus is just a 5-minute train ride from the city centre and boasts views across the iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge.
Located in one of Sydney’s oldest suburbs, our Mount Saint Mary Campus is well connected to the Blue Mountains and Central Coast.
Succeed in your studies by taking advantage of our range of services, from academic skills development to multifaith chaplaincy to counselling.Grow with us
Study theology in Adelaide and explore questions about the origin, nature and future of religion in society, and explore your own place in the world.Look deeper
We take student and staff safety seriously. Read this vital safety information to know who to contact in an emergency and what support is on hand.Stay safe
Although Adelaide is our newest campus, our history goes back to the early days of modern Australia. Discover more about its past and its patron saint.Rewind time