Australian National University (ANU)

Campuses: 
Canberra
Established: 
1946
Student Population: 
19,662
CRICOS: 
00120C
  • A group study at Burton and Garran Hall Kitchen. Photo credit: ANUA group study at Burton and Garran Hall Kitchen. Photo credit: ANU

Australian National University is one of the world’s most highly-respected universities. It is ranked number one in Australia by the QS World University Rankings, and has been awarded a prestigious Five Star Plus badge for excellence from the same body. The University also ranks among the world’s best in the World University Rankings compiled by Times Higher Education, which also names it as the world’s seventh most international university.

ANU, established in 1946 by the Australian Government, leads the country’s intellectual development through its powerhouse research. Today, its graduates are playing important roles in society as politicians, business leaders, artists, scientists and policy advisors.

ANU 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.

For more information about this university or its courses please contact a Study Options advisor.

Application forms for undergraduate and postgraduate courses at Australian National University are available here.

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