Introduction to The Australian National University

The Australian National University, founded in 1964, is a research-oriented National University located in Canberra, the capital of Australia. The university is the member of International Alliance of Research Universities (IARU), Group of Eight in Australia (Go8) and Association of Pacific Rim Universities (APRU).

Australian National University is a world-class university with high reputation in teaching and scientific research. It has a special academic status in Oceania. The university has achieved fruitful research results and has won many world-class academic awards, among which six professors have won the Nobel Prize. The university ranks 29th in 2020 QS World University Rankings, and ranks 1st in Australia for 15 consecutive years. In the QS World University Discipline Rankings, 15 disciplines of the University ranks in the top 25 in the world, and 13 disciplines ranks 1st in Australia.

Australian National University ANU has a higher than average number of staff per student, ensuring that students enjoy small class sizes with unrivalled access to some of the world’s finest thinkers and scholars. Students also have access to the most advanced teaching and experimental facilities, the best educational and scientific research resources in Australia. Graduates will become one of the most thoughtful leaders and innovators in the world.