If you’re applying for a teaching, exercise physiology or sports science course at ACU, we’ll need some extra details from you to complete your application. View those further requirements here and access the necessary forms.
When you apply to study an initial teacher education course, you need to demonstrate you have the right skills and qualities to be an effective teacher, such as: communication, empathy, ethics and professionalism. These are government entry requirements that are in addition to your course application.
This process varies by state and may include taking an online assessment, submitting a personal statement or answering a questionnaire. To learn more, visit teaching requirements.
Before you complete your teaching degree, you’ll need to sit the Australian Government’s Literacy and Numeracy Test for Initial Teacher Education Students (LANTITE).
It’s important you do well in this test if you want to launch your teaching career in Qld, NSW, ACT or Vic. The LANTITE is made up of two parts, each made up of multiple choice and written answers. They can be taken together or separately.
Applicants for the Master of Clinical Exercise Physiology must provide an application letter and a professional referee’s report or recommendation.
If you’re applying for the Graduate Certificate in Higher Education, you’ll need to complete and submit an additional online form alongside your application.
If you’re applying for the Graduate Certificate, Graduate Diploma or Masters in High Performance Sport, you must also provide a referee report.
If you find any of these forms or requirements too complicated, talk to us.
Contact AskACU or student support if you have any questions about the forms or requirements mentioned on this page.
Call us on 1300 275 228.
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