Education at ANU is shaped by our culture of intensive research. Our students are taught by, and work with, active researchers at all levels of achievement. This ensures a contemporary education based in learning and discovery, not just knowledge transfer. Being part of an active network of researchers with global connections also provides opportunities for development in Australia and abroad.
We want to be the university of choice for top students in Australia and around the world. That is why we continue to develop unique, research-led undergraduate and graduate programs across our seven academic colleges.
Through our world-leading Flexible Double Degree programs launched in 2014, our students have the freedom to customise their studies and combine vocational and personal interests. This choice and flexibility to move within fields is not yet found at other Australian universities.
Our state-of-the-art teaching and research facilities range from atomic and molecular physics laboratories and particle accelerators, to photography and media arts studios, to one of Australia’s finest music halls in the Llewellyn Concert Hall. Ready access to these facilities supports and encourages students in both their academic and personal pursuits.
The strong focus on residential living enables our high calibre students to study and socialise with like-minded peers, helping them establish lifelong friends and valuable networks. There’s always something happening within the campus community to encourage collaborative pursuits beyond study. This has helped to create the community of engaged, creative and inspired minds found here.
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