Renowned for its exceptional teaching, research and small classes, The Australian National University (ANU) has the highest number of Nobel laureates among its staff and alumni than any other university in the country.
Located in the heart of the nation's capital, Canberra, the university offers undergraduate and postgraduate students from across Australia and around the world a comprehensive portfolio of degrees – including flexible double degrees – and the support of more than 3,000 academic and professional staff.
ANU research informs students' learning and is rated above world-standard. It addresses the important issues of today's complex world, such as biodiversity, climate change, energy alternatives, food and regional security. Other research areas include combating disease, justice and the law, 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 recognises that its main campus in Canberra's CBD has been a meeting place for First Nations Ngunnawal and Ngambri people for thousands of years. The capital is a global and diverse 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 student city.
ANU is a member of the Group of Eight – and the only Australian member of the International Alliance of Research Universities (IARU).