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 offers Commonwealth supported and fee-paying places.
Visit the International Education Office for information about international tuition fees.
Students enrolled in a Commonwealth supported place are required to pay a student contribution towards the cost of their course.
The table below outlines the student contribution rates for 2019 - These rates are subject to passage of legislation.
1 This table combines units in funding clusters with the same value.2 A standard year is calculated on 8 units or a total of 80 cp. Not all units come from the same discipline cluster for every degree.
ACU tuition fees (per 10 credit point unit) for fee-paying students in 2019:
Postgraduate units in Master of Clinical Exercise Physiology
Undergraduate and Postgraduate units in Business, Commerce, Information Systems, Information Technology, Management, Marketing, Occupational Health
Students may apply for FEE-HELP in accordance with Commonwealth government eligibility criteria.
Visit Fees and Finance for payment due dates in 2019.
3 Managed and charged by Schools.
In 2019, the following students will be liable for the SSAF:
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