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About Australian College of Physical Education (ACPE)
Purpose-built classrooms range in size from those used for small tutorial groups to larger lecture theatres. All classrooms and lecture theatres are air-conditioned, heated and carpeted, and offer a comfortable learning environment. Multimedia facilities are available in lecture theatres and classrooms with some fitted out with the latest interactive whiteboards.
The newly refurbished library is fitted out with two computer labs, 6 group study areas, (includind two AV rooms) and plenty of space for indpendant research and learning. The library's collection of current books and journals is supplemented by access to a wide range of e-books and database information resources.
There are 5 computer labs at ACPE. Three of the labs provide teaching areas and doubles as a study and research facility for students with the remaing labs solely dedicated for student study and research. Its computing facilities are based on IBM PC compatible computers linked to the Local Area Network (LAN) and internet. All computers are networked to laser printing facilities. A wide range of software is available for student use including word processing, spreadsheet, database programs and computer aided learning packages.
There are two purpose built laboratorys at the main campus. These labs contain facilities and equipment used to teach science based units such as anatomy, physiology, mechanics of movement and exercise physiology.
A training and competition venue for players of all levels,from school teams to international representatives.
The indoor space at ACPE is fitted with a specialist tarket floor and has two marked courts so that a wide variety of games can be accommodated. In addition the College has ample sporting equipment and gymnastics matting and apparatus for instructional use in several degree programs
Sydney Olympic Park, The 'Home of Sport', is something pretty special and it's our home too. 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.
Most students in Sydney live locally with family, use home stay accommodation, or rent accommodation with others.
Home stay accommodation will cost from A$135–A$205 per week on average. If you plan to rent in Sydney, you will need to allow for a rental bond equivalent to 4 to 6 weeks rent. Weekly rental costs vary from suburb to suburb and according to the size and quality of accommodation. Rental rates may range from A$250 to A$400 per week. A number of hostels also offer accommodation to students in Sydney with rates ranging from A$200 to A$300 per week.
Utilities (Electricity, Gas, Water etc) cost approximately A$20 per week plus connection fees if you are renting a property on your own.
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