Australian City Design College (ACDC) is a fully Government registered private vocational education training college, a design school located in Melbourne CBD, which offers comprehensive design, marketing, media and business courses to students. We believe design and business have the power to define our lives, culture and beyond. Our design and business courses invite you to harness your imagination and participate in the innovative design courses in Melbourne and business thinking that will define the 21st century.
ACDC provide the knowledge you need to combine creativity with business sense and insight. We help you to choose the course that suits the future you can picture. Our College exist to empower each learner with skills, knowledge, and values needed for higher programs, workforce entry, advancement, and personal enrichment. Most of all We prepare you for the real world. By the time you graduate, you’ll have the confidence and skills to apply your knowledge to the workplace or start your own design business acquired from your very own Melbourne school of design. Design courses Melbourne could lead to a future in advertising, animation, industrial design, interior design, website and app design, furniture design and more. We think it’s an experience that makes the adventure worth taking. Come on, see for yourself.
Students who choose to study Diploma of Screen and Media or Advanced Diploma of Screen and Media with us, will also have unlimited access to our on-site Photography Studio and professional photography and video equipment for their course-related and personal projects. The equipment we offer ranges from: Backdrops (White, Black and Green), Studio Umbrellas (White Soft Umbrella and Black & Silver Umbrella), Camera and Phone Tripods, Microphones (RØDE Video Shotgun & Lapel Microphones for DSLR cameras) and a Nikon DSLR camera with different types of lenses to choose from.
“The best way to predict the future is to create it”
“Design is not just what it looks like and feels like. Design is how it works”
“We can’t solve problems by using the same kind of thinking we used when we created them"
Melbourne is the capital of the State of Victoria. It is a vibrant city with all the parks, gardens, sporting venues and scenic places. Home to more than four million people from all across the world. One quarter of Melbourne’s population was born overseas making it one of the world’s most multicultural cities. Perfect for everyone who wants to learn design courses in Melbourne.
Melbourne is clean, green and friendly, recently voted the most liveable city in the world, for the seventh year running, by The Economist Intelligence Unit’s Global Liveability Index including us from Melbourne school of design.
There’s always something to do in the city. Famous laneways, National Art Gallery Museums, live music and theatre. Also it is so easy for day trips to beaches, mountains and national parks.
Melbourne is alive with regular cultural festivals and sport events. Including the Food and Wine Festival, Film Festival Spring Racing Carnival (Melbourne Cup), Australian Open (Grand Slam tennis), Grand Prix Motor Racing, World Series and Test cricket, Bells Beach Surf Classic. There’s always something going on year-round. You’ll soon love Melbourne’s obsession with Aussie rules footy – an annual sport set the whole nation wild in September every year.
Melbournians love their food. you will discover some of the best bars, cafes and restaurants in Australia. From Asian cuisine and many city streets are dedicated to Vietnamese, Japanese, Italian, Spanish, French and Greek food. You can taste almost every type of cuisine available throughout the world in our restaurants.
Perhaps the biggest problem for traffic in the Melbourne city centre, as well as in other big cities is parking. The lack of parking spaces is one is the biggest nightmare for Melbournians. The easiest way to get from place to place in the city is public transport. Trains trams and busses are the most convenient type of transport.
A myki is a durable plastic card—similar in size to a credit card—which you can use to pay for travel on public transport. You can add money to your myki balance amount at designated myki payment machines at train stations.
$8 – $10 for a day’s round trip. You’ll pay no more than $6 per day on Weekends and public holidays for unlimited travel in Zone 1+2. For regular travellers, a weekly or monthly pass will be a lot cheaper.
Myki cards are valid for travel on all metropolitan tram and train services including V/Line (country services) and on regional bus services in Geelong, Ballarat, Bendigo, Seymour, Warragul and the Latrobe Valley. You can purchase them at all major stations or via 13 6954 or online. www.myki.com.au