Australian Catholic University (ACU) is a publicly funded university, open to all. It has six campuses based in Brisbane, Sydney (North Sydney and Strathfield), Canberra, Melbourne and Ballarat. Programs are offered in the faculties of Arts & Sciences, Business, Education, Health Sciences, Law and Theology & Philosophy. There are currently more than 22,000 students at the University, which is growing according to a comprehensive Enrolment Plan which will see approximately 25,000 students enrolled in 2016.

ACU is made up of four faculties, which offer bachelor, master and doctoral degrees. It is open to students and staff of all beliefs and backgrounds, and outlines in its mission statement a commitment to the pursuit of knowledge, the dignity of the human person and the common good.

ACU has an increasing involvement in research and has seven new research institutes aligned with the university’s four priority research areas: theology and philosophy; health; education; and the common good and social justice.

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