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Australian Campus Network

Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
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About Australian Campus Network

ACN conducts courses on behalf of La Trobe University in foundation, diploma, degree and graduate diploma programs which enable students to gain the knowledge and skills to succeed in a wide range of careers.

While La Trobe University is based in Melbourne, ACN provides an alternative for those students who want to complete a La Trobe business or IT qualification in Sydney, Australia. If you study your La Trobe degree at ACN you will receive a La Trobe student ID card, email account and be eligible to join an international network of 135,000 alumni on graduation.


Through efficient and effective delivery of high quality learning outcomes by private/public partnerships, ACN enables students to achieve and surpass their educational goals.
ACN is passionate about delivering relevant, flexible and quality tertiary education providing ACN graduates with a competitive employment edge.


To be acknowledged as the most trusted partner in delivering University pathway and degree programs in Sydney. ACN assists students to fulfil their career, vocational and broader lifestyle ambitions

Campus information

ACN has corporate style lecture theatres and tutorial rooms, with audio- visual presentation facilities. Wireless internet connectivity is available throughout the campus along with two computer laboratories. A student break area provides a place for students to relax with a casual seating area, and a kitchen with fridge and microwave facilities. University also have meeting and counselling rooms available for you to work on group assignments or for individual study.

Campus is located directly opposite the famous Queen Victoria Building, popular for its world class shopping and eateries.


On Campus

Additional info

Sydney caters for all socio-economic groups. You can determine your budget depending on the type of lifestyle you choose to lead and the location of your accommodation. We anticipate that an international student will require approximately AUD$18,000 - AUD$20,000 for living expenses each year (not including tuition fees).

  • You need to budget for accommodation/weekly rental, food, transport, books, clothing, health services and entertainment. Of course, your weekly expenses will vary depending on your lifestyle and entertainment choices.
  • Do not forget to budget for major set-up expenses such as rental bond (4 x weekly rent) television, stereo or computer.
  • If you decide to buy a car you will need to budget for car insurance and registration (approximately AUD$1000 per year). A new small car costs at least A$14,000 and a reliable second hand vehicle costs between A$4000 - A$8,000.


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