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ACU students have the opportunities to take up professional placements alongside their studies to secure excellent jobs before graduation.
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96% of reviewers recommend Australian Catholic University
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An exciting place to be
I am studying on ACU's North Sydney Campus and have thoroughly enjoyed my experience so far! Within my first year of studies I have made lifelong friends and met inspiring role models. Our lecturers are fantastic and true leaders in their field. 2014 was the first year of Law at ACU in Sydney, and if the first year is anything to go by, you will want to tag along because ACU law is only going up! The calibre of guests we have had speak in our lectures, Including the Honourable Justice Kirby (A highly respected high court judge) is absolutely amazing for such a young law school. The lecturers and the staff want us to be successful and carve an amazing reputation for ACU, and we students want to do just that! I think ACU is an extremely exciting place to be studying at the moment and I would recommend the university to anyone looking to study in Australia. The facilities at ACU are world class and there are many developments planned for the years to come. ACU is an ever expanding and growing university. It Is Australia's only truly national university with seven campuses across the country. I love ACU and wouldn't want to be studying anywhere else! show less
life so far
my university experience at ACU so far has been good because of the fact that there is less competitiveness as compared to other universities in sydney, as more attention is given to students due to adequate allocation of students per subject (no overcrowding ), also lecturers and tutors are easily accessible and i absolutely love the fact that a lot of job opportunities are offered at the uni itself. show less