The largest university in Australia, ANU, holds a respectable place among 25 leading universities in the world. The university, like Canberra, where it is located, has its own unique, distinctive history and can rightly be considered a national treasure.
ANU graduates are in demand all over the world thanks to a creative approach to solving complex modern problems, the ability to understand, anticipate and strategically think. A wide range of disciplines is available in seven academic colleges, many of which are the strongest in the world. There is an opportunity for international training in programs: Global Summer Program IARU, Year in Asia program and PRIMO First year learning abroad program.
The location of the university in Canberra promotes high socialization, as it is primarily a diverse, multicultural community, a place of concentration of foreign missions and diplomats, the birthplace of the National Multicultural Festival.
ANU students are eligible to take an internship through the Australian National Internship Program (ANIP), exchange and research work in one of the 170 partner universities in 35 countries, or travel and study using university links. Upon graduation, an international qualification is awarded.
ANU is proud that among the employees and graduates there are 6 Nobel Prize winners. According to the global employment survey in 2016, ANU won first place in Australia for the employment of graduates.
Colleges and faculties:
The Acton Campus is located in Canberra. There are modern buildings, rooms and lecture rooms, libraries, laboratories, student residences and administrative buildings in campus. The amenities of the campus are nature, beautiful landscapes, cafes, bars, supermarkets, kindergartens, a newspaper, a post office and its own medical centre.
The Campus Kioloa is a unique landscape, flora and fauna of the southern coast of New South Wales; convenience for placement and conduct of short-term and long-term studies, educational trips, training courses or other educational activities. Annual events, seminars and meetings are held here.
The Mount Stromlo Observatory (MSO) covers an area of 81 hectares at the top of the Canberra hill of Stromlo. It is the seat of the Astronomy and Astrophysics Research School, the administrative centre, the offices of astronomers and students, mechanical, electronic and optical workshops and computer laboratories.
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