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Based in Adelaide, South Australia

The Australian Chiropractic College is proud to deliver cutting-edge curriculum in a caring and vibrant environment.

Fees and Financial Assistance

Enrolment and Application Fees

There is no fee for applying to the ACC or enrolment fees for 2021.

Tuition Fees

The full-time tuition fee for the Bachelors program is AUD26,000 per year for domestic students and AUD32,000 for international students.

The College also offers non-accredited units for pre-requisites at AUD500 per unit for domestic students.

Tuition fees for future years are subject to change at the discretion of the College. If tuition fees change, the College will notify students in November of the preceding year.

Tuition Fee Payment Process

Tuition fees are due on a semester basis and must be paid in full by the published census date unless an instalment plan is in place.

Tuition fees for subsequent semesters are due no later than the first day of each semester. Students may be withdrawn from unpaid courses.

Tuition payments can be paid in cash, by bank cheque or through Internet banking. Credit card payment for tuition fees incurs a 2% surcharge. This only applies to tuition fee payments.

Course Related Costs

Tuition fees do not include course related costs such textbooks, travel, special clothing, photocopies, diagnostic kits and/or equipment for personal use by the student.

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2022 Schedule of Fees

Click here to download the Schedule of Fees for the February 2022 Summer School.

Click here to download the Schedule of Fees for 2022 Semesters 1 & 2

What Is Fee-Help And Can I Access It At ACC?

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

The Australian Chiropractic College is approved for FEE-HELP and domestic students are able to access the loan scheme.

It is important to note that if you have accessed FEE-HELP before and wish to study at ACC, you may need to check the balance available for your studies.

Please visit the Australian Government Study Assist website for more information. Alternatively, you can contact us directly to discuss your situation.

How Much Could I Borrow?

The Australian Government Study Assist website has the latest information on the amount that can be borrowed.

Alternative Financial Support

Applicants demonstrating genuine financial or personal hardship are encouraged to contact us directly. All enquiries will be treated confidentially.

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