The Australian Chiropractic College is proud to deliver cutting-edge curriculum in a caring and vibrant environment.
The Australian Chiropractic College is a registered CRICOS provider (CRICOS Provider ID 03943F); and warmly welcomes international students who meet our entry requirements to apply for the Bachelor of Chiropractic (Course Cricos Code 107411C).
Academic Credit or RPL may also be applied for any relevant post secondary study, either in Australia or home country.
All international qualifications are checked against the National Office for Overseas Skills Recognition (NOOSR) database. Should a qualification not be able to be verified by NOOSR, the ACC will endeavour to seek other means of verification.
All international students must be 18 years of age at the time of commencement.
International students who are accepted into ACC, should be aware of the grounds by which their enrolment can be deferred, suspended or cancelled. This can viewed at the Alteration of International Student Enrolment Status Policy.
As well as meeting the standard academic entry requirements, international students are required to have an academic IELTS overall score of 7.0 with no individual language skill under 7.0.
For international students who commence at ACC, we continue to work with them to determine the most appropriate English support on an individual basis if required.
The campus is in Adelaide which ranked #1 as Australia’s most liveable city for cost of living, clean environment, and lifestyle in 2020. The campus is in the heart of central shopping, business, and entertainment. We are situated a minute’s walk from nationally acclaimed cafes, bars, restaurants, clubs, pubs, theatres, shopping and some of the best music, comedy, food, and art festivals on offer. It is highly accessible by bus, tram, train, bike, and e-scooter. If you drive, there’s a car park right behind the campus and there are several other parking options nearby.
There are a range of accommodation options for students in Adelaide for living separately or in shared accommodation. Rental accommodation can range from around AUD160 for single accommodation to AUD440 per week for a house where the cost can be shared. Students can also arrange home stay arrangements and accommodation in boarding schools. The costs of these options can vary with home stay average costing between AUD250 and AUD350 per week and boarding school accommodation ranging from AUD11,000 to AUD22,000 per year.
Students should also budget for the following indicative costs:
– Public transport $15 per week
– Food and meals $60 per week
– Utility bills $30 – $80 per week
– Phone and internet $20 per week
– Entertainment $90 per week
If you are an international student, it is a condition of your visa to maintain adequate health insurance for the duration of your stay in Australia. This means you need to purchase Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) and keep your policy up to date whilst you are in Australia and holding a student visa. OSHC assists international students to meet the costs of medical and hospital care they may need while in Australia. OSHC also includes ambulance cover and limited pharmaceuticals. SA Health provide several fact sheets related to the Australia health system for international students, with particular reference to South Australian services. The fact sheets series can be downloaded here.
For general health information and referral to local health services contact Healthdirect Australia on 1800 022 222. This is a FREE 24-hour telephone health advice line. Calls are answered by registered nurses who can provide expert health advice about any health.
Children between the ages of 6 and 16 must attend school. Children can go to a government (public) school or an independent or Catholic private school. This link provides an overview of the SA education system and this link provides information on fees.
The Education Services for Overseas Students Act 2000 (ESOS Act), forms the legal framework for the quality assurance of education and training institutions offering courses to international students (students studying in Australia on student visas). The ESOS Act helps to ensure that international students rights are protected, when it comes to such things as receiving accurate information about their course, tuition fees and refund policies, access to support services and complaints processes, and information about academic progress and changes to enrolment.
For more information about studying at the ACC as an international student please contact us by email at [email protected]
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