The Australian National University (ANU) is a world-leading contributor to public policy formation and debate and a celebrated place of intensive research and high-quality education. Based in the Australian capital of Canberra, ANU has strong ties to the nation’s policy makers and it sets the standard on issues of national and international importance. ANU attracts students and scholars from across the world, creating a diverse and enriching community where everyone can feel at home. It offers a unique, research-driven environment where bright, ambitious students excel using world-class facilities, including Australia’s most powerful computer, laboratories and lecture theatres equipped with the latest technology and three main libraries housing over two million traditional and two million electronic volumes.
Undergraduate courses are available in the fields of Accounting, Actuarial Studies, Computing, Data Analytics, Archeological practice,Art history and Curatorship, Arts, Asian studies, Biotechnology, Business administration, Commerce, Criminology, Design, Development studies, Economics, Engineering, Environment and Sustainability, Finanace, Genetics, Health Science, Information technology, International affairs, Laws, Languages, Mathematical sciences, Medical science, Music, Philosophy, Politics, Psychology, Public policy, Science, Software, Statistics, Visual arts etc.
Postgraduate courses are available in the following fields. Accounting, Actuarial studies, Anthropology, Applied Data Analytics, Economics, Finance, Arts, Astronomy, Biotechnology, Business administration, Climate Change, Clinical psychology, Commerce, Computing, Criminology, Cyber security, Demography, Design, Digital Arts, Diplomacy, Engineering, Entrepreneurship, Environment, Forestry, Globalization, History, International management, Law, Leadership, Marketing, Mathematical science, Millitary and Defence studies, Music, National security, Neuroscience, Political science, Public Health, Science, Strategic studies, Visual arts etc.
Several research programs can be done in following fields. Law, Letters, Medicine, Philosophy, Science, Humanities and Arts, Medical science, Biology, Chemistry etc.
• According to The Times Higher Education World University rankings, ANU is given 49th position in the world ranking.
• Ranked 1st in Australia and amongst the Top 20 in the World by 2017/2018 QS World University Rankings.
• Ranked first in Australia and 7th in the world for international outlook (Times Higher Education International Outlook Indicator 2016/17).
• Rated in the top 10 international universities worldwide.
• Ranked first in Australia for graduate employability and 32nd in the world by QS World Rankings 2017.
• ANU is also among the Group of Eight member Universities of Australia.
• Rated Five stars for student demand, research intensity & grants, staff qualifications and graduate starting salary in 2017 The Good Universities Guide.
• The Australian National Internship Program (ANIP) is the only program in Australia that gives the opportunity to work at the heart of Australian policy and politics.
• ANU counts six Nobel Laureates among its staff and alumni.
• One of the highest average academic staff to student ratios among Australia’s leading universities.
One can find ANU in the inner-city suburb of Acton, Canberra in the ACT. But it also have other campuses in the ACT, NSW and the NT.
• It’s Acton campus is in the heart of Canberra – Australia’s capital city – in the Australian Capital Territory (ACT).
• The Kioloa Coastal Campus (KCC), Edith and Joy London Foundation is located on the south coast of New South Wales adjacent to the village of Kioloa.
• Mount Stromlo Observatory (MSO) is the home of the ANU Research School of Astronomy and Astrophysics. It’s about 18km southwest of Canberra city in the Australian Capital Territory (ACT).
• ANU North Australian Research Unit (NARU) campus is a research facility in the Northern Territory with accommodation and other resources for researchers working in north Australia and the surrounding region.
• The Siding Spring Observatory is located on Mount Woorut (at a height of 1165m) approximately 25 kilometres west of the town of Coonabarabran, NSW. Bordering the eastern edge of the Warrumbungle National Park.
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