Allied health practitioners help us live life to the fullest. Public health specialists promote health and prevent disease. A career in either means improving the wellbeing of populations.
We've got strong links with healthcare partners around Australia, providing unique opportunities for clinical placements and future employment. You'll learn in state-of-the-art facilities and our student-led clinics offer valuable real life experience. You'll feel ready from your very first day on the job.
“I want to give all young Australians the opportunity to live long and healthy lives by reducing the prevalence of childhood obesity in our country. With my background in exercise science and public health I hope to have the skills and knowledge to help tackle this huge health issue.”
Professor Paul Carding has 25 years of senior clinical experience in voice disorders working in a national centre of excellence in Newcastle upon Tyne (UK). He has secured around $6 million in funded research grants and has published over 120 peer-reviewed articles, three books and nine book chapters. He has also supervised more than 20 PhD and masters students to completion.
Professor Carding’s main research areas are the diagnosis and treatment of voice disorders related to cancer and neurological disease and also vocal misuse/abuse.
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.