Australian Catholic University - North Sydney
The Australian Catholic University’s North Sydney campus is based in Sydney, across the bay from the city’s CBD
The Australian Catholic University has campuses in Ballarat, Brisbane, Canberra, Melbourne, Adelaide and Rome, as well as two in Sydney which have around 10,000 students in total. The North Sydney campus can trace its origins back to 1913, when it was a training school for the Sisters of Saint Joseph, and is based a five-minute train ride over the Sydney Harbour Bridge from the city centre. Live in North Sydney to be closest to your classes here.