The Australian Chiropractic College is proud to deliver cutting-edge curriculum in a caring and vibrant environment.
How To Apply
If you are ready to pursue a Bachelor of
Chiropractic at the Australian Chiropractic College, we encourage you to apply
ACC Admissions is available to assist you as you go through the application process.
Why wait? It’s as easy as 1,2,3…
You’re important to us. You can visit the campus and speak to us if you like, or put in a request below for more information. Admissions applications are accepted on a rolling basis and we continue to accept applications until the class is full.
Complete your ACC Admissions Form and request your official or unofficial university transcripts and English language Equivalency test result (if applicable).
Send us your application form plus all required documentation. Our Admissions will help you every step of the way. Contact us at [email protected]
Find Out More
We prefer to speak to all potential students directly so if you would like to speak to us, please call us on +61 8 7082 1500
ACC has a close relationship with NZCC, forged through a shared philosophy, vision and curriculum. NZCC has generously supported the establishment of ACC financially and academically through the provision of funds, curriculum transfer and teaching resources, and the vision for the relationship between the Colleges is to grow in turn providing exceptional opportunities for students, teachers and researchers for the future of chiropractic in the region.
NZCC and ACC have commensurate admission requirements, curriculum, philosophy and mission. We invite interest from NZCC applicants who may wish to undertake studies in Australia.
Visa Conditions For NZ Students Studying In Australia
As a NZ citizen, you don’t need a special visa to study in Australia. For more information,please visit the Australian High Commission website.
NZ citizens are not eligible for Australian Federal Government financial support via FEE-Help. Please contact us to discuss alternative means of financial assistance.