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We understand 2020 has been a challenging year, but that shouldn’t stop you from pursuing your goals. We’re here to support you on your journey to university and help you plan for a bright and exciting future.
Study a Bachelor of Education degree
With our Bachelor of Education courses you’ll shape minds, inspire ambition and impact the future as a qualified teacher.
Study a Bachelor of Laws
Become a lawyer who stands up for people in need and causes that matter.
Study a Bachelor of Information Technology
Prepare for a career in an ever-changing, cutting-edge and booming industry.
Study a Bachelor of Social Work
Launch a career based on human rights, social justice, and changing lives for the better.
Study a Bachelor of Biomedical Science
Find the human body fascinating? Then a career in biomedical science is for you.
Study a Master of Teaching (Secondary)
Build on your bachelor’s degree or equivalent qualifications to become a qualified and accomplished teacher.
As universities work to help curtail the spread of the coronavirus, the usual campus visits and Open Days may be suspended. But despite the temporary lockdown on in-person visits, there’s still plenty of resources in place to help you explore a campus and your study options.Learn more
There are a lot of choices when it comes to studying at university: what to study, who to study with and where to go. Whether you want to study close to home or are seeking adventures in a new city, we have many options available – including our North Sydney Campus just across from the Harbour Bridge, our Strathfield Campus set amongst historical buildings or our café and gallery centric Canberra Campus.See our locations
Postgraduate study opens the door to a range of new opportunities, but it isn’t without its challenges. Here are four questions to ask yourself before you take the leap.Learn more
There’s so much more to life at uni than books and classes. Here’s how you can meet new people, have fun and make the most of your time at university.Learn more
First time at university or returning to study another undergraduate course? Here’s how to apply for a bachelor or associate degree.Learn more
Take your interests further with a graduate certificate, graduate diploma or masters by coursework.Learn more
Are you an international student? Here’s how to apply for an undergraduate, postgraduate or research degree, or enrol in our English language courses.Learn more
Conduct original research with a masters by research or doctorate and make a valuable contribution to society.Learn more
When you don’t meet the entry requirements, successful completion of an admission pathway can provide eligibility into your dream course. They include associate degrees, diplomas, certificates or vocational pathway courses, and can be completed through ACU or TAFE/Registered Training Organisations.
Our Community Achiever Program (CAP), Passion for Business (P4B), and Elite Athlete and Performer Program (EAPP) recognise achievements beyond your academic performance and can help you gain entry to your dream course.
Adjustment factors (previously known as bonus points) are designed to help you get into uni and reach your full potential. If you’re eligible, adjustment factors are applied to your ATAR/OP to give you a revised entry rank, which can improve your chances of getting into your course. They can be based on subjects you studied, the school you went to, or if you live in a regional area, so they are worth checking out.
Books, fees, living expenses – costs can be a factor when considering study. But it shouldn't stop you from pursuing your goals. Luckily, we offer a range of scholarships recognising everything from rewarding academic achievement to supporting equality. And with nearly 400 scholarships on offer, and the opportunity to apply for as many as you like, it pays to check your eligibility.Learn more
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