Australian National University


Established in 1946 as a nation-building institution, The Australian National University (ANU) has a distinct national and global mission, and a reputation that places it among the finest universities in the world.

The University’s reputation attracts people from around the world, with one third of its students and many staff coming from overseas.

More than half of ANU students are studying at postgraduate level, and all ANU students enjoy small class sizes and continual access to the best scholars in their field.

An education at ANU is informed by the latest research and built on the belief that students should be constantly challenged to discover new skills and ways of thinking.

ANU sits on 145 hectares of parkland in the heart of the Australian capital, alongside foreign missions, the Australian Parliament, other national institutions, research organisations, and offices of government.

Contact: P: +(61 2) 6125 5111
Website: www.anu.edu.au