Australian Catholic University – Canberra Campus
Residing in Australia’s capital, the Canberra campus of the Australian Catholic University is situation around 5km from Canberra’s city centre.
The Canberra campus offers courses in arts, education, social work and theology.
With around 40 staff and 600 students, the Canberra campus is small in comparison to ACU’s other campuses, but offers a close knit environment ideal for quiet study.
Students with disabilities are catered for at the university, as are students with needs.
There is no on-campus accommodation available in Canberra, however students have a number of alternative options. For more information contact the housing officer.
Canberra, the national capital, is set on the shores of Lake Burley Griffin and has an abundance of parks, with a population of just over 300,000. It is a small, well planned city with good amenities and a significant international community which includes more than 70 diplomatic missions.
Canberra provides excellent facilities for study, including access to the National Library, the largest in Australia.
For cycling enthusiasts, Canberra’s well-planned bike paths are a great way to get around and there are bike paths leading to the campus.
Average winter temperatures range from 1-11C and summers are fairly warm at 13-28C.