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Prospective Student FAQs

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

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. 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 College has achieved registration as a Higher Education Provider by the Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA) and offers a Bachelor of Chiropractic degree which has also been accredited by TEQSA and approved for commencement in 2020.

The ACC has applied for accreditation with the Council on Chiropractic Education Australasia.

A. There is no fee for applying to the ACC or enrolment fees for 2021. The current domestic fees for a full-time first year student are $ AUD 26,000 per year. Students will incur extra costs for student services fee and course-related costs.

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


A. Yes! The Australian Chiropractic College has been approved for FEE-HELP!

FEE-HELP is an Australian government program that provides loans for domestic students studying at private higher education providers in Australia.

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).

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.