Australian Catholic University
A Federal authority, also called ACU
Australian Catholic University (ACU) was established in November 1990 through incorporation as a public company limited by guarantee, established and set up with the resources of the Catholic Church and incorporated pursuant to the Corporations Act. It is a national university which operates in a number of states. A public university, recognised and funded by the Commonwealth Government, ACU is open to students and staff of all beliefs.
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