Information you need to know about university offers in Australia, and at Australian Catholic University (ACU) in particular.

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It’s time – offers are starting to roll out. Whether you’ve received an offer or you’re still waiting, here’s what you need to know.

How are offers determined?

It’s universities rather than the Tertiary Admission Centres, who decide who will be made an offer. This decision is based on whether or not you satisfy entry requirements, and the demand for the course. You can receive a maximum of one offer in each offer round. …

ACU students have expressed higher overall satisfaction with teaching, learning and skills development than students at other Australian universities, according to a national survey.

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ACU students have expressed higher overall satisfaction with teaching, learning and skills development than students at other Australian universities, according to a national survey.

The Quality Indicators for Learning and Teaching’s (QILT’s) 2015 Student Experience Survey (SES), published on Tuesday 10 May, demonstrates that ACU students scored the University more highly than the sector average in all key areas surveyed.

ACU student satisfaction improved in 2015 for four of five focus areas. …

ACU has been recognised by the Australian Research Council for outstanding research in a range of key disciplines. In 2015 ACU performed very strongly across a diverse range of disciplines

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ERA is a comprehensive quality evaluation of all research produced in Australian universities against national and international benchmarks. The ratings are determined and moderated by committees of distinguished researchers, drawn from Australia and overseas.

ERA is based on expert review informed by a range of indicators. The indicators used in ERA include a range of metrics such as citation profiles which are common to disciplines in the natural sciences, and peer review of a sample of research outputs which is more broadly common in the humanities and social sciences. …

Melbourne ranked best city in Australia for international students for student mix, which looks at city’s student population, levels of social inclusion.

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The ratings measure cities on their quality of universities, affordability, lifestyle, employment prospects and student community.

Additional factors such as pollution, safety, transparency and tolerance are also taken into consideration.

Seven Australian cities made it into the top 75 best student cities this year with Sydney coming fourth, Canberra (17), Brisbane (18), Adelaide (26), Perth (35) and Gold Coast (69).

Melbourne city received a perfect score (100/100) for student mix, …

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I feel like I am writing a lot of blogs about scholarships but that CANNOT be a bad thing, right?!! It’s always one of the questions I am asked when I chat with students looking to study abroad, because, let’s face it, it’s expensive. So it’s great to know that University’s recognise this and want to help you out. I am happy to announce that Australian Catholic University are offering scholarships to International students!!!


Applications for the ISS (Semester 2) are open from the 1st to the 31th of March. …

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Sydney, Australia is the most popular city in the world for international university students.

Sydney beat more than 80 cities including New York, Paris and London to the top spot, according to the 2014 Global Cities Index.

Global consultancy group A.T. Kearney, which compiled the index, ranked Sydney on top after studying international student populations.

The University of Sydney has more than 10,000 international students from 140 countries enrolled across all its faculties. …

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ACU’s Executive Dean’s Scholarship  for international students will be extended for the February and July intakes in 2014.   The scholarship is available to all international students commencing an undergraduate bachelor degree or postgraduate coursework program offered by the Faculty of Business. 

The ACU scholarship provides students with a tuition-fee waiver of AU$1,000 in their first semester.   After successfully completing all units in their first semester, ACU again provides students with a tuition-fee waiver of AU$1,000 for their next semester.  …

Australian Catholic University (ACU) welcomed the inaugural class of law students to the Melbourne campus this year and will launch the law program at the North Sydney campus in 2014.  International students will be able to apply to study in both Melbourne and Sydney for courses commencing in February 2014. 

Executive Dean Professor Brian Fitzgerald believes that by offering the Bachelor of Laws and dual law programs in both Melbourne and North Sydney campuses, …