ACAP moved to an online campus model on Monday 23rd March to safeguard the health and wellbeing of students and staff.
This is for all those in the ACAP and Navitas community: students, staff, alumniNo registration requiredWhen: Thursday, 27th February, at 12:45 to 1:45pm, Melbourne timeWhere: Room 9.2, 9th floor, ACAP Melbourne campusThose joining through zoom: please see details below.
ACAP’s 2019 spring graduation kicked off in Sydney last Friday as over three hundred students came together to celebrate their academic achievements.
The annual ACAP Conference was held on the Melbourne campus last Monday. More than 100 professionals, academics and students from diverse backgrounds in areas of social and health sciences came together to exchange research relating to the theme of Innovation in a Changing World.
ACAP staff joined employees from other Navitas colleges this week to raise funds for this year’s ‘Biggest Morning Tea’.
The Australian College of Applied Psychology (ACAP) continues to punch above its weight in the Australian Government’s latest Student Experience Survey (SES) – scoring 83.0% for Overall Quality of Education Experience, against a national average of 79%.
The Australian College of Applied Psychology (ACAP) has become the first private education provider to join Australia’s only national program for LGBTI workplace inclusion, Pride in Diversity (PID).
Meet Celina Baude, Sydney Campus Manager, who took a few minutes to tell us a bit about herself.
Meet Professor Margaret Carter, Discipline Chair for Counselling, who took a few minutes to tell us a bit about herself.
ACAP has the honour of welcoming our new Melbourne Campus Manager to the team. Dr Andrew O'Brien took a few minutes to tell us a bit about himself.
ACAP student Jessie (Yu) Li was one of 30 international students, who were officially inducted as the City of Sydney’s International Student Leadership Ambassadors (ISLA) at an event at Town Hall on March 13.
Co-captain of the Australian 2018 Invictus team, Nicole Bradley, aims to give herself and the national team the mental edge in Sydney, putting into practice what she has learned from her studies at the Australian College of Applied Psychology (ACAP).