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The Australian National University (ANU) is a world-leading contributor to public policy formation and debate and a celebrated place of intensive research and high-quality education. Based in the Australian capital of Canberra, ANU has strong ties to the nation’s policy makers and it sets the standard on issues of national and international importance. ANU is led by Nobel Laureate Professor Brian P. Schmidt AC.
ANU has a research-intensive culture and is a centre of unparalleled intellectual talent and research excellence.
ANU was founded by the Australian Government in 1946 with a mission to be of enduring significance to the nation by supporting Australia’s understanding of itself and its neighbours’ economic development and social cohesion.
The University is consistently ranked among the best universities in the world. In 2015, 95 per cent of broad-fields research at ANU rated above or well above world standard by the Australian Government’s Excellence in Research for Australia initiative. ANU is ranked 22nd in the world in the 2015-16 QS World University Rankings.
ANU scholars shape debate and extend knowledge in new and profound directions, nationally and globally. The University is a respected voice in Australia’s national conversation, shaping policy and equipping our leaders with confidence and knowledge. ANU works closely with other Australian national institutions, research organisations, foreign ministries and the Australian Parliament.
The University is home to more than 22,000 students, with more than half studying at the postgraduate level. ANU also attracts people from around the world, with roughly one quarter of its students coming from overseas. ANU graduates go on to take up leadership positions in government, industry, research and academia, at home and abroad.
ANU is Australia’s only member of the International Alliance of Research Universities (IARU). The alliance of leading research and teaching institutions shares a global vision, with a focus on research-led teaching, educating future leaders and tackling some of this century’s biggest challenges.
The main ANU campus is situated on 145 hectares of parklands in the centre Canberra. Facilities include on-campus accommodation in a range of residential styles, modern laboratories and lecture theatres, and five main libraries.
Entry requirements vary according to the course you want to study, so make sure you check the specific entry requirements for your course before you apply.
ANU offers a broad range of accommodation choices for students, within a diverse and vibrant community.
Bruce Hall is proud to have been the first undergraduate residence built at The Australian National University in 1961. The Packard wing was built later to serve the needs of the ANU postgraduate community. Catered | Undergraduate
Burgmann College blends the best of collegiate values in a contemporary way and is located in a splendid bush and parkland setting on campus. Catered | Undergraduate
Burgmann College Postgraduate Village
The Postgraduate Village at Burgmann College was completed in 2004 and features some of the most modern and comfortable accommodation on campus. It accommodates 120 self-catered places for postgraduate and Honours students in a village street...Self-catered | Postgraduate
Burton & Garran Hall
College life is all about living and learning together. Burton and Garran Hall (B&G) is an all-inclusive community, full of opportunity, interaction and diversity. Self-catered | Undergraduate
Davey Lodge is a UniLodge residence and has generous common spaces to foster intellectual and social interaction for lasting friendships, academic stimulation and of course, fun. Self-catered | Undergraduate, Postgraduate
Fenner Hall is unique at ANU. For starters, it's our only residential hall not located on the ANU campus. Instead, it's nearby in the popular inner-north suburb of Braddon. Self-catered | Undergraduate, Postgraduate
Graduate House is part of the University House community. We have over 150 students from many different countries who form a thriving and supportive community of scholars pursuing postgraduate coursework or research qualifications. Self-catered | Postgraduate
John XXIII College
John XXIII College is more than just a place to eat & sleep - it's a place where residents become a part of a vibrant social community and make friends for life. It's a place where students feel at home as a part of an academic community. Catered | Undergraduate
Kinloch Lodge is a UniLodge residence, and together with our supportive staff and senior residents we strive to cater to the multicultural needs of all our residing students. Self-catered | Undergraduate, Postgraduate
Lena Karmel Lodge
Lena Karmel Lodge is a UniLodge residence that opened in January 2012 and is the most modern and well equipped accommodation on campus. Self-catered | Undergraduate, Postgraduate
Toad Hall opened its doors on April Fools Day 1974 - something which residents still celebrate with an annual 'Friends and Follies' party. Self-catered | Postgraduate
Ursula Hall Laurus Wing
Laurus Wing at Ursula Hall provides single studios and one bedroom apartments suitable for either singles or couples. Each apartment is self-contained with its own kitchen and bathroom. Semi-catered | Postgraduate
Ursula Hall Main Wing
Imagine your neighbours are 400 of your best mates. That's life in a nutshell at Ursula Hall, affectionately known as 'Ursies'. Catered | Undergraduate
Warrumbul Lodge is a UniLodge residence that opened in January 2011 and provides some of the most modern and well equipped accommodation on campus. Self-catered | Undergraduate, Postgraduate
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