Australian Catholic University (ACU) – Melbourne Campus
If the CBD is your kind of thing, Australian Catholic University’s Melbourne campus is the place to be. Located in the heart of Melbourne’s CBD, the Melbourne campus of ACU is within walking distance of the popular Brunswick Street shopping district.
The Melbourne campus offers courses in arts, business, education, exercise science, information systems, midwifery, nursing, music, psychology, philosophy, social science and theology.
Integrated within the campus is Central Hall and the Boot Factory. In addition, the building has recently been totally renovated to provide staff and students purpose built facilities.
With over 2,500 students, the campus offers quality facilities including state of the art computer laboratories and an art gallery.
The Student Association at the Melbourne campus organises a range of events throughout the year, including a student ball, trivia nights and barbeques.
Students with disabilities are catered for at the university, as are students with needs.
There is no on-campus accommodation available in Melbourne, however students have a number of alternative options. For more information contact the housing officer.
Melbourne, with a population more than 3.4 million, is a busy financial centre, renowned for its parks, gardens and historic buildings. It is a major sporting, commercial and cultural centre of Australia.
With its many ethnic restaurants (30 per cent of the population was born overseas) and user-friendly trams, the city has been voted internationally as the ‘most liveable city in the world’.