Australian College of Applied Psychology

Studying at the Australian College of Applied Psychology

Established over 30 years ago, the Australian College of Applied Psychology (ACAP) offers specialist courses in counselling, psychology, coaching, case management, social science, social work and youth work. We have over 4,000 students studying on-campus, by blended delivery or online. Courses can be studied full-time or part-time and students can choose to start in February, May or September depending on the chosen course. 

ACAP is a registered higher education provider and a nationally registered training organisation. Our psychology degrees are accredited by the Australian Psychology Accreditation Council, our B Counselling is accredited by the Psychotherapy and Counselling Federation of Australia (PACFA), our B Counselling (Coaching) is accredited by PACFA and the International Coaching Federation for 130.5 hours of coach-specific training, and our B Social Work is an Australian Association of Social Workers provisionally accredited qualification. Professional accreditation ensures these courses meet the relevant educational and training standards for graduates to seek recognition and practise in the profession.

Domestic students can apply for ACAP undergraduate and postgraduate courses through UAC. International Year 12 students apply directly to ACAP.

Admission criteria

The minimum qualifications you need before you can be selected for admission to a course of study.

English language proficiency

English language proficiency is an admission requirement for all tertiary courses offered through UAC.

Scholarships and schemes

Equity programs to help you access your potential.

About Australian College of Applied Psychology

Enrolment, campus information and fees and charges.


Sydney campus: 

  • Wednesday 18 April 2018
  • Wednesday 1 August 2018
  • Wednesday 21 November 2018

Experience ACAP. 


tel: 1800 061 199 (freecall)


For all other contact details, visit ACAP's website.