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澳洲國立大學

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Overview

Overview

Located in the heart of the nation's capital, Canberra, The Australian National University (ANU) is a prestigious public research university, with a history of more than a quarter-century and the most Nobel laureates among its staff and alumni of any other Australian institution.

Widely known for the quality of its research and teaching, the university offers undergraduate and postgraduate students a comprehensive portfolio of degrees – including flexible double degrees – and the support of more than 3,000 academic and professional staff.

ANU is a research-driven university, with a standard of work rated well above the global average. The university conducts leading work into many of the most pressing issues in society today such as climate change, renewable energy, biodiversity, food and regional security. Other research areas include disease prevention, law and justice systems, physics, engineering, humanities and the arts.

With 17,000 talented students from 100 countries, The Australian National University in Canberra offers an inclusive and vibrant learning environment.

The university's campus in the heart of Canberra's CBD has been a meeting place for First Nations Ngunnawal and Ngambri people for thousands of years. With a median age of 35, Canberra is a young, global and diverse student city buzzing with year-round festivals and world-class arts, culture and entertainment. Fresh air, mountains, bike paths and the locals' commitment to sustainability make it a healthy and vibrant place to live, work and study.

ANU is the only Australian member of the International Alliance of Research Universities (IARU).

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What's new

What's new

ANU is a vibrant and contemporary university that is constantly developing new research and innovations to inform students' learning experiences - and make a difference to the lives of communities in the Asia-Pacific and the world.

ANU scientists debunk role of ‘junk cells' in fight against malaria

The discovery of the ability, previously not known, of a group of immune system cells, called Atypical B cells (ABCs), to fight malaria and other infectious diseases has gone a long way in helping scientists debunk conventional thinking on the role of ‘junk cells' in fighting diseases. According to the scientists, ABCs could also prove vital in the development of new treatments for chronic autoimmune conditions like lupus.

This important discovery provides fresh insight into the role of the immune system in fighting infections and brings scientists closer to harnessing the natural defences of the body to fight malaria. The researchers also suggested that ABCs have long been associated with malaria, as patients suffering from the disease have a greater number of these cells in their system as compared to the general population.

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Teaching quality

Teaching quality

ANU is the eight topmost universities in terms of the depth and breadth of their research - and the only Australian university to be part of the International Alliance of Research Universities (IARU).

The university focuses on providing high-quality teaching and student experiences while producing excellent research that translates into meaningful products and services. ANU degrees are delivered through seven academic colleges.

Many alumni attribute their career success to the collaborative and mentor relationships they developed with their teachers and researchers and the skill-building opportunities they took up during their studies, such as workplace internships and student exchanges.

Impactful research

ANU research addresses a range of important issues, from biodiversity, climate change, energy alternatives, food and regional security to combating disease, regulation, justice and the law, physics, engineering, humanities and the arts.

Work integrated learning

Work-integrated learning courses and internships give ANU students opportunities to apply what they have learned in real-world settings while earning credit towards their degree. The university offers these and other skills development programs through its seven academic colleges and local, national and international partnerships with government agencies and industry.

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Study options

Study options

ANU offers undergraduate and postgraduate degree programs in:

  • Asia and Pacific studies
  • Biological, physical, environmental and mathematical sciences
  • Business and economics
  • Engineering, computing and cybernetics
  • Health and medicine
  • Law
  • Society and culture
  • Visual arts and music

These programs include master's degrees in research.

Most of the courses at ANU are full-time and require students to learn in person, but there are some options available for students who wish to study part-time or who want to learn remotely.

Each faculty in the university has academics who are experts in their fields and invests in the resources they need to provide an excellent education to students. Students learn in innovative lecture halls, laboratories and a range of other spaces. Among them are a recording studio, a moot court, a SkyMapper survey telescope, Gadi – the Southern Hemisphere's fastest supercomputer, a 3D maker space and one of the world's largest 14UD pelletron heavy ion accelerator facilities.

PhD students at ANU can look forward to being part of a dynamic research community and receiving excellent support from supervisors in their academic college.

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Entry requirements

Entry requirements

Prospective international students applying to ANU need to:

Because different courses have different requirements, students are advised to research their chosen degree as soon as they can to ensure they fulfil these criteria. Some ANU degrees have requirements beyond academic achievement, including portfolios of existing work.

Undergraduate study

For undergraduate study, ANU's minimum admission requirements include:

  • senior secondary or post-secondary school qualifications, which could be in the form of associate diplomas or degrees, vocational education, or an approved tertiary preparation course, or
  • tertiary qualifications gained in Australia or overseas, which are the equivalent of one full-time year of study in a degree program at a higher education institution in Australia or overseas.

Postgraduate study

For postgraduate study, students will need to have:

  • an ANU-approved bachelor's degree, or
  • another qualification recognised by the Australian Qualifications Framework.

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Scholarships & funding

Scholarships & funding

ANU offers a range of internal and external scholarships that can help, support and encourage students during their studies. These recognise academic achievement and unique challenges and can help cover tuition and living expenses.

As the criterion for each scholarship is different, it is important that students find those best suited to them and apply on time. Students are also automatically considered for some scholarships when they apply to the university, for which they may not need to apply separately.

The following scholarships are just a couple of those available to international students.

ANU Chancellor's International Scholarship

This scholarship provides academically outstanding undergraduate and postgraduate students with a 25 percent reduction in tuition fees over the term of their degree.

ANU-CSC Scholarship

In association with the China Scholarship Council (CSC), ANU is now offering opportunities to research students and scholars from China.

Students can access more information about the scholarship application process on the university's website.

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Facilities

Facilities

Students can live and study on the vibrant ANU campus in the heart of Canberra. ANU guarantees undergraduate and postgraduate first-year, first-semester students a room in campus accommodation.

Students can indicate their preference for self-catered or catered accommodation in their application. There are numerous accommodation options to choose from, each with a diverse residential community.

All residences have 24-hour security, outdoor spaces, study rooms, common rooms and facilities, such as laundries, kitchens and bathrooms and living areas. They are a short walk or bike ride from shops, restaurants, public transport and other amenities.

Living in a supportive student residence is a great way to adapt to university life and to make lifelong friendships. Students in campus accommodation participate in events and co-curricular activities, organised by clubs and societies, which help them settle into and thrive in their new home.

Support networks on campus help students with enrolment, exams and assessments, homesickness and cultural adjustments. They also provide social and wellbeing opportunities that build independence, and medical and pastoral care services.

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