Choose from courses in occupational therapy, physiotherapy, speech pathology, or our range of focused and interdisciplinary postgraduate programs in global health, health management, mental health, or rehabilitation to further specialise your career.
If you don't meet the state-based requirements for entry into your degree, you still have options. There are lots of ways to gain entry to ACU. Explore our pathways to get started.
“I love how hands-on all of my subjects are. The teachers make sure there are lots of practical classes to ensure we get plenty of time to practise all of the manual techniques we’re learning, and there’s always a staff member around to give us tips and help out.
Physio is a career where you get the chance to help people get moving and functioning again. I hope to make an impact by assisting people to achieve their sporting goals and to extend their active life for as long as they possibly can.”
Professor Suzanne Kuys is the National Head of School of Allied Health and leads the Master of Rehabilitation program. She is a Professor in Physiotherapy with considerable clinical, teaching and research experience with people following stroke and other neurological conditions and older adults, particularly people undergoing rehabilitation and transitioning from the hospital to home.
Professor Kuys has been a clinician for 25 years, with more than 15 years of experience in stroke rehabilitation, and has a strong interest in gait and balance retraining. She is interested in examining how health services can optimise health outcomes for patients.
Her research interests include hospital-based rehabilitation and care, stroke, balance and gait retraining, outcome measures and physical activity.
It is a misconception that teenagers are the only ones who will benefit from attending Open Day.
By registering for Open Day Michelle won $5,000 towards a trip to Rome.
At Open Day there are a lot of things to see and people to talk to. Here are a few essential Open Day events by faculty.
Books, fees, living expenses – costs can be a factor when considering study. But it shouldn’t stop you from pursuing your goals.
Luckily, we offer a range of scholarships to commencing and continuing students. They recognise everything from rewarding academic achievement to supporting equality. And with nearly 400 scholarships on offer, and the opportunity to apply for as many as you like, it pays to check your eligibility.
We believe great work that makes a positive impact should be recognised – and rewarded. So if you are regularly volunteering, we invite you to apply for our Community Achiever Program (CAP). If you are accepted into the program, you’ll receive an offer into an undergraduate degree as early as August. And you’ll become part of ACU’s CAP community.