Australian Catholic University

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Australian Catholic University
ACU logo 2014.jpg
Latin: Australiana Catholica Universitas
Established 1991
Type Public
Chancellor John Fahey, AC
Vice-Chancellor Greg Craven
Students 25,000
Location Australia
Campus Urban, suburban, rural
Affiliations Universities Australia
ACCU (IFCU)
ICUSTA
OUA
Website acu.edu.au

The Australian Catholic University (ACU) is a national public university. It has seven campuses and offers programs in four faculties throughout Australia.[1]

Profile[edit]

ACU has four faculties, each offering a range of courses:[2]

  • Education and Arts
  • Health Sciences
  • Law and Business
  • Theology and Philosophy

Campuses[edit]

Signadou Campus in Watson, ACT

ACU has seven campuses in six different cities:[3]

  • North Sydney Campus (MacKillop)
  • Strathfield Campus (Mount St Mary)
  • Melbourne Campus (St Patrick's)
  • Ballarat Campus (Aquinas)
  • Brisbane Campus (McAuley at Banyo)
  • Canberra Campus (Signadou)
  • Adelaide Campus

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Our university". Australian Catholic University. Retrieved 4 December 2014. 
  2. ^ "Faculties, institutes and centres". Australian Catholic University. Retrieved 30 December 2014. 
  3. ^ "Campuses". Australian Catholic University. Retrieved 30 December 2014. 

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Coordinates: 27°22′41″S 153°05′20″E / 27.378°S 153.089°E / -27.378; 153.089 (Australian Catholic University (Brisbane Campus))