The Australian National University (ANU) : Reviews

The Australian National University (ANU) is a public university in Canberra, Australian Capital Territory. Located in the suburb of Acton, the main campus encompasses seven teaching and research colleges, in addition to several national institutes.

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With over 200 buildings, the University campus occupies 145 hectares, located within a 5-minute walk of the city centre of Canberra. Courses/ Specialisations A wide range of undergraduate and graduate programs are offered by the University’s seven colleges: ANU College of Arts and Social Sciences ANU College of Asia and the Pacific ANU College of Business and Economics ANU College of Engineering and Computer Science ANU College of Law ANU College of Medicine, Biology and Environment ANU College of Physical and Mathematical Sciences A special feature of ANU is the choice of more than 60 combined undergraduate degrees. The “double-degree” option gives students the opportunity to study for one additional year and be awarded two qualifications. The Division of Registrar and Student Services provides support to all students. Special services for international services range from airport reception in Canberra and an extensive orientation program. International students are also encouraged to use services such as the Student Employment and Career Development Centre, the Academic Skills and Learning Centre, Information Literacy Program, health and counselling services, travel centre, pharmacy, cafes and restaurants and sports centre. Accommodation University Accommodation (UA) provides a variety of services to help students find on-campus and off-campus accommodation. At ANU, all new undergraduates coming from outside the Canberra region are guaranteed accommodation in an ANU-owned or approved facility. The student residences provide self-catered and catered options, with fully furnished single bedrooms in either traditional halls or apartment-style facilities. All residences are centrally heated and carpeted, along with telephone and Internet access. Fees/ Scholarships In 2011, annual tuition fees for most ANU undergraduate programs will range from A$22,464 for Humanities courses to A$26,016 for Business, Engineering and Science courses. Annual tuition fees for most postgraduate programs will range from A$24,768 to A$28,656. There are numerous scholarships available for international students at both undergraduate and graduate levels. For information on scholarships.