Australian Catholic University Facts
Australian Catholic University (ACU) was opened on January, 1st, 1991 following the amalgamation of four Catholic tertiary institutions in eastern Australia.
- ACU is Australian's only public Catholic university and is part of the government-funded national system of Australian universities.
- There are more than 3,300 international students representing 96 countries.
- A strong international focus with over 200 partner institutions across 40 countries.
- Students have option of transferring between campuses studying one year at ACU.
- Highly ranked (5 star) by The Good Universities Guide 2017 for learner engagement and skills development and highly rated in teaching quality, learning resources and student support assuring a high-quality academic and social experience.
About Australian Catholic University
Australian Catholic University (ACU) is a public university in Australia which engages the Catholic Intellectual Tradition to bring a distinct outlook to higher education. ACU was first opened on 1 January 1991 following the combination of four Catholic tertiary institutions in eastern Australia. The University has seven Australian campuses, and also has a campus in Rome. On each campus it has a student representative council. Also, there is a national student body called the Australian Catholic University National Students' Association (ACUNSA), which works on behalf of students both individually and collectively.