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Prospective Student FAQs

A. The Australian Chiropractic College offers a four-year Bachelor of Chiropractic degree program.

A. You must pass all prerequisite courses with good academic standing. The College enrolment is a competitive process and is offered based on admission scores. Admission scores are calculated from an essay, academic results and interview.

Please contact us at [email protected] for more information.

A. You must complete the specified prerequisite courses in order to gain entry into the College. You must submit your application form with the required documentation and complete a successful interview. Click here for more.


A. Yes, a part time study option is available for the first 2 years of the program if you have completed the necessary prerequisites for the units you are enrolling in.

A. Most universities with a health science program should have the required content. Please contact us at [email protected] for advice to ensure your course meets our prerequisite requirements. Click here for more.

A. The Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA) is Australia’s independent national quality assurance and regulatory agency for higher education. ACC received registration and accreditation from TEQSA and was approved to deliver a Bachelor of Chiropractic degree program from 2020.

The Australian Chiropractic College is in the process of a staged professional accreditation with the Council on Chiropractic Education Australasia (CCEA) as per CCEA practice and has completed the first two stages of the process. It should be noted that ACC does not currently hold professional accreditation status, nor is professional accreditation guaranteed. A decision on final accreditation will be granted on the completed assessment of the program.

If professional accreditation is achieved, graduates will be eligible to apply for registration from the appropriate Chiropractic Board and graduation from the ACC will enable graduates to apply for registration from Chiropractic Boards worldwide, including in Australia.

For more information about accreditation, click here.

A. The current domestic fee for a full-time first year student is $26,000 AUD per year plus other course related costs. Tuition fees are due on a semester basis and must be paid by the published census date for each semester.

New Zealand students are treated as domestic students for tuition costs.

A. Yes! The ACC is an approved FEE-HELP provider and domestic students have access to this loan scheme.

It is important to note that if you have previously accessed a HELP loan (e.g. FEE-HELP or HECS) you will need to check the balance available for your studies.  Students can borrow up to the combined HELP limit ($108,232 in 2021) noting that ACC’s total program fee is $104,000 (not including your prerequisite year).

Students who exceed their HELP loan limit prior to completing their qualification may need to find alternative funding sources to complete their program of study.

For more information about FEE-HELP click here.


A. Applicants demonstrating genuine financial or personal hardship are encouraged to contact us at [email protected].  All enquiries will be treated confidentially.

A. The College accepts commencing students at the start of the year and also offers a mid year entry option.


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