The Australian National University (ANU) is unlike any other university in Australia. Join our webinars 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.
Law affects every aspect of our lives, but have you ever wondered about its origins and its evolution throughout history? Take a journey into jurisprudence with Associate Professor Joshua Neoh as he traces the philosophical roots of law and offers a deeper look at legal theory.
This webinar will also introduce you to the degree programs at the ANU College of Law and preview student life at Australia’s national law school.
In celebrating World Environment Day (5 June), the roles of corporations are becoming more crucial than ever in emphasising accountability for the social and environmental effects of their economic actions to stakeholders.
On 7 June, join our webinar session to hear from our accounting academic expert on the impact of corporate social responsibility and business practices on environmental sustainability. We will also be joined by CBE alum, Willie Ng, who founded his agri-tech business Global Cerah that provide sustainable solution for agricultural industry in Malaysia.
The Bachelor of International Relations at ANU will provide you with an understanding of the complexities that have helped shape the modern world of states and international society. You will examine historical and current issues through the lens of theory and practice of global politics, international political economy, international security and aid and development. Studying international relations in the nation’s capital at ANU allows you to access a range of valuable resources unique to Canberra.
Join the masterclass to learn more.