Australian Catholic University
Australian Catholic University (ACU) is a public not-for-profit university funded by the Australian Government. We enable students to think ethically, morally and to bring out the change in their groups and professions. ACU has seven campuses around Australia and it offers courses in four resources – Education and Arts, Law and Business, Health Sciences, and Theology and Philosophy.
It is open to students and staff of all beliefs and foundations, and blueprints in its statement of purpose a guarantee to "the pursuit of knowledge, the respect of the human individual and the benefit of everyone".
There are certain services offered by the Office of Student on each campus for the disabled people and those with special needs; academic skills, career development, counselling services and overall support.
ACU was established from Catholic tertiary organizations that had been preparing instructors as well as nurse since the mid-nineteenth century. It is presently globally associated, and has associations with more than 190 universities and instructive foundations around the globe, and is a part of a worldwide system of Catholic University.
ACU students can go to an abroad university in more than 16 nations, finish global internships, and work in group programs all over the world while they receive credit towards their degree.
ACU has a world ranking of 917.