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ACPE is Australia’s leading provider of specialist undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in the related disciplines of sport, dance, and physical education. As an independent tertiary institution located in the centre of Sydney’s internationally renowned Olympic Park precinct, ACPE attracts individuals from around Australia and the world who wish to launch or further their careers in the sports sector and its related professions.


Located in the prestigious Olympic Park in Sydney, the Australian College of Physical Education (ACPE) is an independent tertiary institution offering accredited qualifications in sports studies, dance education, physical and health education. World-class facilities, cutting edge teaching techniques and a practical approach to balancing study with personal goals attract a broad range of students. Our student body includes over 100 elite athletes and dance professionals who study for qualifications while competing at the highest level.
Focus on career development, ACPE is wholly focused on student outcomes. A comprehensive Career Development Program connects students with employers of choice and provides vital work-ready skills. Partnerships with government, commercial and sports organisations lead to practical placements and job opportunities. Mentors help students to marry sports, dance and health passions with future employment opportunities.

ACPE was founded in 1917 as a physical education training institute for young women. The college commenced operations at the Normanhurst School with an initial induction of seven students, six of whom were Normanhurst graduates. In 1919 the Australian College of Physical Education and the Swords Club were jointly registered – a connection that is reflected to this day in the ACPE emblem.
Frank Stuart maintained that the aim of physical education was to "gain physical perfection. It is not the ideal to gain muscular strength alone, but to gain the perfect balance, wherein a healthy body, working balanced against a healthy mind, achieves that co-ordination and harmony of body and mind."
From 1949 to 1970, ACPE developed a reputation for producing outstanding teachers, much sought-after in the independent school sector.
In 2000 the college moved to its current site at 8 Figtree Drive, Sydney Olympic Park. ACPE was purchased by global education provider Study Group in 2009. The College is currently led by Brian Nook, Dean and Head of College.

ACPE is continually developing new accredited courses to meet the changing needs of the workplace. Current courses include:
Undergraduate:   • Bachelor of Applied Fitness
                            • Bachelor of Dance Education
                            • Bachelor of Applied Dance
                            • Bachelor of Health and Movement (Sport)
                            • Bachelor of Sports Business
                            • Bachelor of Sports Coaching and Administration
Postgraduate:      • Graduate Diploma of Athletic Performance
                            • Graduate Diploma of Education
                            • Graduate Diploma of Sports Administration

The Park is unique because it concentrates every element of sport in one location. Training, education, science, events, culture, administration and sport participation are offered for everyone from elite athletes to people who just want to keep fit.
You'll find Sydney Olympic Park is much more than a sports destination; it's a great place to study and hang out.
            • Anz stadium: The centrepiece of Sydney Olympic Park and Sydney's largest stadium, with seating for well over 80,000 people - whether they're watching the footy or U2.
             • Althetics centre: A world-class multi-function Athletic Centre. It boasts a two-arena complex and operates as an international-standard track & field facility for competition events and training.
            • Aquatic centre: One of the world’s best, its three pools cater to all aquatic sports, including water polo, diving, and synchronised swimming. It also boasts spa, sauna, steam room, gymnasium, and cardio theatre facilities.
            • State sports centre: A focal point for regional, national, and international sports as well as seminars, functions, and concerts.
            • Hockey centre: A training and competition venue for players of all levels, from school teams to international representatives.
            • Tennis centre: A state-of-the-art venue hosting regional, national, and international tournaments. The centre is home to Tennis NSW, responsible for the growth, development, and promotion of the sport.

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