ANU International Student Week

Meet your future at ANU

The Australian National University (ANU) is unlike any other university in Australia. Join us for ANU International Student Week from 11 - 15 October 2021 to find out what makes ANU Australia's #1 university* and why our graduates are ranked #1 in Australia and #15 in the world for employability**

This series of live and interactive webinars are for international students considering ANU and an opportunity for you to hear from academics and current students about life and study at The Australian National University.

You will learn about our programs, admission process, studying and living in Canberra, accommodation and more. We will answer frequently asked questions, and you will also be able to ask some of your own questions in drop-in sessions hosted by our Future Students International team. Register now to start your journey to ANU.

    *QS World University Rankings 2022 
    **Times Higher Education Global University Employability Ranking 2020

Cybernetics: how your imagination (and some tools) can change the world

At the ANU College of Engineering and Computer Science, we invite you to reimagine the role of technology in society. Cybernetics explores how we think about complex systems and how we balance technology, culture, and ecological dynamics. In this session, you can experience the cybernetic approach for yourself, using interactive tools to envision your very own cybernetic system - but all you need to participate is your device and your unique imagination.

11 October - 4PM AEDT

Master of International Relations at ANU

The study of international relations has never been more relevant than in today's globalised world. Join Professor Wesley Widmaier from the ANU College of Asia and the Pacific for this online session as he speaks about the importance of International Relations to contemporary real-world problems spanning great power tensions, the global economy and Australia's national interests. Ask your questions about this program and learn about the benefits of studying International Relations at Australia top-ranked university.

11 October-5:15PM AEDT

Scholarships at ANU

ANU Chancellor's International Scholarship offers an opportunity to access one of the multiple scholarships available to undergraduate and postgraduate students. Join us for this exclusive session and find out about the Chancellor's International Scholarship and other scholarships available at ANU.

11 october-6:30PM AEDT

Your study options in business and economics

Join staff from the ANU College of Business and Economics (CBE) to find out why you should choose Australia's #1 university to study your business degree. In this webinar, we'll take you through a range of programs available at CBE, student support services, online and remote learning, and admissions process.

12 october - 4PM AEDT

Remote learning essentials - first year as a science student at ANU

Do you have questions about commencing your postgraduate science degree remotely? Join our academics from science communication, environment and biotechnology as they take you through your first year postgraduate degree at the ANU College of Science. In this webinar, we will answer some of the common questions around choosing courses, fieldwork, labs and remote/in-person studies. You will also have an opportunity to directly interact with our academics and staff about your future at Australia's #1 university.

12 October-5:15PM AEDT

Talk to our alumni

Join this webinar to meet and ask questions of our alumni. You will learn about living and studying at ANU and how our graduates’ degrees have helped their careers. This webinar will be presented as a panel discussion and will give you accounts of arriving at ANU for the first time and the activities and opportunities our alumni experienced while studying with us, including working in Canberra.


Remote learning essentials - first year as a health & medicine student at ANU

Wondering what your first year in undergraduate health and medicine looks like? Our academic from medical science will take you through your first year coursework, lab work, in-person and remote study and any other questions you may have about your future at Australia's #1 university.

13 october - 4PM AEDT

Five things you need to know - prepare yourself for science, health and medicine at ANU

Our student services staff will take you through all of the online and in-person support services we offer to students commencing their science, health and medicine studies at ANU. They will provide you an overview of the tools you have access to for learning and to manage your studies at ANU. In this session, we will also be joined by current students who will share their experience with regards to support recieved when studying in-person and remotely at ANU.

13 October-5:15PM AEDT

Study public policy at ANU Crawford School of Public Policy

As a leading public policy school in the Asia and Pacific with high-quality research and education, ANU Crawford School of Public Policy responds to issues that have a greater impact on the world’s environment, development and various aspects of human society. Crawford School provides programs and courses in policy and governance; international and development economics; resources, environment and development; and national security policy. In addition, Crawford School has a range of scholarships available to eligible international students funded by a variety of sources, including the Joint Japan/World Bank Graduate Scholarship Program.

13 October-6:30PM AEDT

ANU clubs and societies

Join this student webinar and find more about PARSA (Postgraduate and Research Student Association), ISD (International Students' Department), and ANU Sport. PARSA is a peak student association body on campus and supports students with advocacy & community building through their program and services while the International Students' Department (ISD) aim to assist international students during their time at ANU by helping them with university and academic procedures, educating them on their rights through workshops and events, and advocating for their wellbeing. ISD also run social events and other activities for the international community. ANU Sport is a thriving student and community sport and recreation organisation at ANU. Talk to their representatives and know more about these vibrant and diverse student associations.


Launch your brilliant career with business and economics at ANU

Join us for an interactive webinar session where our panellists from the ANU College of Business and Economics (CBE) Careers and Student Employability team and a current student will discuss various employability initiatives and programs and how they prepare our students for their future career.

14 october - 4PM AEDT

Bachelor of Arts at ANU

Are you interested in studying one of the most diverse, flexible and popular degrees at the ANU? Join us for an interactive session to hear about our Bachelor of Arts degree and the various ways you can tailor it to fit your personal and professional goals.

14 October-5:15PM AEDT

Study at Australia’s national law school

Discover what it's like to study law where the laws are made in Canberra. As Australia’s national law school, the ANU College of Law offers students unique advantages including research-led teaching, transformative clinical programs, approach to learning and graduate job-ready with the skills and knowledge to succeed in your legal career. In this webinar, you’ll hear from our undergraduate and postgraduate students who will share their perspectives on degree programs, practical experiences, and career pathways available to law students at ANU.


ANU 101: a day in the life of an ANU student

Want to know what a day in the life of an ANU student looks like? Engage with current ANU students about life and study at Australia's #1 university*, and discover how you can elevate your experience at ANU.


Arts & social sciences in the digital age

Studying Arts is more than just learning theory. Remarkable computational technologies were transformed and adopted in various disciplines of humanities such as Criminology, Music Composition, and Digital Humanities. Join our top researchers in this webinar to learn how humanities embrace digital evolution and learn how an arts degree can help you contribute to various aspects of society.

15 october - 4PM AEDT

Humanitarian engineering: use your skills to make the world a better place

Humanitarian engineering explores the role and application of engineering to disadvantaged and vulnerable communities, to improve quality of life and support empowerment. In this session we will discuss the connection between engineering and development, and how to place human well-being at the centre of engineering practice.

15 October-5:15PM AEDT

Future Students International drop-in session

Have a question about ANU? Drop in and speak to one of the Future Students International team members. Register now or drop in on the day.

15 October-7:45PM AEDT

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11-15 october