A vibrant alumni
Recognising and celebrating the exceptional achievements of our graduates.
Our graduate awards acknowledge outstanding performance at an academic level and commitment to college life. We acknowledge the achievements, contributions, and dedication of our students, and we are proud to provide an environment in which excellence can thrive.
Join the ACAP Alumni Community
The ACAP alumni community is an active community of ACAP graduates, allied health learners, teachers and professionals, working together to unlock possibilities. We achieve this through a range of engagement activities including but not limited to those points below:
Continuing professional development seminars for alumni, students, staff and placement supervisors provided by experts in the allied health field
Career development workshops & resources for ACAP graduates
Networking opportunities at both online & on-campus events
Collaboration with external professional bodies and community service providers
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ACAP and Federal Government Scholarships on offer
Did you know that you may be eligible for a scholarship? There's a range of ACAP and Australian Government scholarships available to assist you. Find out more information and eligibility criteria.
ACAP graduate coaching program awarded gold standard ICF accreditation
ACAP has been awarded the International Coaching Federation (ICF) accreditation for its excellence in coaching education.
ACAP launches human-centred MBA program
An innovative, human-centred MBA for the leaders of tomorrow.
ACAP Rebrand 20.10.21
ACAP rebrands to ‘Australian College of Applied Professions: People Powered Professional Education
Master of Business Administration (MBA)
An MBA helps you develop the traits of a great leader, focusing on the practical and personal skills needed to excel in a rapidly changing workforce. Develop the intellectual and social capital and the professional networks to transform yourself and take control of your future.
It’s funny to think how much has happened in the short time since I graduated ACAP. 3 years ago, I took a placement in a wellbeing team in a high school as part of my Graduate Diploma in Counselling study with ACAP. Little did I know back then that that very placement would lead to me heading up a large high school wellbeing team just a couple of years later. My journey with ACAP started with a conversation I had with a friend who had recently graduated. I was feeling at a bit of a crossroads at the time. She raved about ACAP and told me about all the benefits of the college over the bigger universities. I liked the idea of smaller, more personal classes and the course sounded interesting so I decided to apply.