Australian National University - 2020 POSTGRADUATE COURSEWORK STUDENT GUIDE
b The Australian National University Welcome to The Australian National University It gives me great pleasure to introduce you to our postgraduate guide for 2020. As the national university of Australia, we stand ready to offer you one of the world’s finest research and learning experiences. We believe that great research, supported by outstanding staff, creates the right environment for the highest quality education. Our top ranking in Australia and in the world’s top 25, allows ANU to attract the very best teachers and researchers from across the globe in a range of disciplines.
If you choose ANU, you will have the chance to work alongside some of the greatest minds in the world in an environment that embraces innovative teaching practices.
Your postgraduate degree from ANU will prepare you for the future of your choice and help you realise your career ambitions. Our graduates are rated the most employable in Australia and amongst the most sought after by employers around the world. We are a community committed to supporting you all the way through your studies. You will have exceptional teachers, mentors and support services to help you reach your educational goals. We are a university that welcomes students from across the country and all over the world. Everyone at the University stands for the highest possible standards of ethical behaviour and we support an inclusive and diverse environment that leads to more original thinking and better outcomes for our community, the nation and the world.
Many of our students live right here on our beautiful parkland campus in the national capital. In our postgraduate lodges, you will find friends that you will keep for a lifetime and become part of a lively intellectual community. ANU is an incredibly exciting university and I am pleased to invite you here to undertake your postgraduate studies. I look forward to welcoming you to ANU in 2020. Professor Brian P. Schmidt AC Vice-Chancellor and President
2020 Postgraduate Programs Published August 2019 by the Division of Student Recruitment, The Australian National University.
CRICOS Provider Number: 00120C No undertakings are binding on the University unless they are obtained in an official letter from the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Global Engagement). The University may vary the entrance scores and requirements, content and availability of programs and courses, and costs and charges applied to the courses outlined in this Student Guide. The University reserves the right to change the contents of courses and not to offer all courses listed in the Student Guide.
Academic excellence 2 Academic disciplines 4 What you can study 6 Postgraduate programs 8 Accommodation 13 Student services 14 Application, Scholarships And Fees 15 Global network 16 Graduate outcomes 17 About Canberra 18
2 The Australian National University Students Postgraduate Coursework 9,719 Higher Degree Research 2,815 Undergraduate 12,827 (as at 2018) Academic staff 1,726 (as at 2018) 88% hold a PhD - more than any other Australian university One of the highest academic staff to student ratios In 2019 almost 6,000 students live on campus INTERNATIONAL ALLIANCE OF RESEARCH UNIVERSITIES Ranked #2 in Australia for International Outlook International Outlook Times Higher Education Rankings 2019 in Australia and 29th in the World 2020 Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) World University Rankings Ranked 1st
Current subject rankings QS World University Rankings by Subject 2019 2020 Postgraduate Programs 3 6 Nobel Laureates among faculty and alumni including our VC 96% Research rated above World standard Five star maximum rating for student demand, student retention, student teacher ratio and staff qualifications. (Good Universities Guide 2019) ★★ ★★★ 96% world standard Subject In the world In Aust. Agriculture and Forestry 41 3 Anatomy & Physiology 15 3 Anthropology 7 1 Archaeology 17 1 Biological Sciences 44 3 Computer Sciences & Information Systems 40 2 Development Studies 12 1 Earth and Marine Sciences 9 1 Economics and Econometrics 25 2 Electrical and Electronic Engineering 3 Environmental Sciences 22 3 Subject In the world In Aust.
Geography 10 1 History 12 1 Linguistics 13 1 Mathematics 31 1 Modern Languages 30 3 Philosophy 5 1 Physics & Astronomy 42 1 Politics and International Studies 10 1 Social Policy and Administration 10 1 Sociology 10 1 Statistics & Operational Research 34 2
4 The Australian National University ANU is recognised as one of the world’s foremost centres of education, research and leadership. You will be guided by some of the world’s brightest minds, have access to world-class facilities and resources, and enjoy unique opportunities for exploration, career development and personal and professional networking. Asia & the Pacific > > Coral Bell School of Asia Pacific Affairs > > Crawford School of Public Policy > > School of Regulation and Global Governance (RegNet) > > School of Culture, History and Language ANU College of Asia and the Pacific asiapacific.anu.edu.au Business & Economics > > Research School of Accounting > > Research School of Economics > > Research School of Finance, Actuarial Studies and Statistics > > Research School of Management ANU College of Business and Economics cbe.anu.edu.au Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences > > ANU Centre for European Studies > > ANU Centre for Social Research and Methods > > Australian Centre for Federalism > > Australian Dictionary of Biography > > Australian National Centre for Latin American Studies > > Australian National Dictionary Centre > > Australian Studies Institute > > Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research > > Centre for Arab and Islamic Studies > > Centre for Digital Humanities Research > > Centre for Heritage and Museum Studies > > Centre for the Study of Australian Politics > > Humanities Research Centre > > Research School of Humanities and Arts > > Research School of Social Sciences > > School of Archaeology and Anthropology > > School of Art and Design > > School of Demography > > School of History > > School of Literature, Languages and Linguistics > > School of Music > > School of Philosophy > > School of Politics and International Relations > > School of Sociology ANU College of Arts and Social Sciences cass.anu.edu.au
2020 Postgraduate Programs 5 Engineering & Computer Science Research Schools > > Research School of Electrical, Energy and Materials Engineering > > Research School of Aerospace, Mechanical and Environmental Engineering > > Research School of Computer Science Innovation Institutes > > The Autonomy, Agency and Assurance Institute (3A Institute) > > Cyber Institute > > Software Innovation Institute ANU College of Engineering and Computer Science cecs.anu.edu.au Law > > Australian Centre for Environmental Law > > Centre for Climate Law and Policy > > Centre for Commercial Law > > Centre for International and Public Law > > Centre for Law and Economics > > Centre for Law, Arts and Humanities > > Centre for Military and Security Law > > Profession, Education and Regulation in Law Centre ANU College of Law law.anu.edu.au Science, Health & Medicine > > ANU Medical School > > Australian National Centre for the Public Awareness of Science > > Centre for Research on Ageing, Health and Wellbeing > > Climate Change Institute > > Energy Change Institute > > Fenner School of Environment and Society > > Mathematical Sciences Institute > > Research School of Astronomy and Astrophysics > > Research School of Biology > > Research School of Chemistry > > Research School of Earth Sciences > > Research School of Physics > > Research School of Population Health > > Research School of Psychology > > The John Curtin School of Medical Research ANU Joint Colleges - Science; Health & Medicine science.anu.edu.au
6 The Australian National University Flexible options Flexible Double Master: ANU has pioneered the Flexible Double Master degree so you can study two Master-level programs at the same time to strengthen your expertise, and fast-track your qualifications and your career. Unique to ANU, our Flexible Double Master degree is offered through the ANU College of Arts and Social Sciences. For more information and a list of possible combinations, visit programsandcourses.anu.edu.au/program/7050FDM Graduate Studies Select: Create your own postgraduate study program with Graduate Studies Select (GSS).
You can choose from a broad range of postgraduate courses offered across most of our academic colleges, including some pre-approved courses from our partner universities.
To learn more, visit anu.edu.au/study/study-options Postgraduate coursework Postgraduate coursework will deepen your knowledge, expand your skills and equip you for a successful career in your field. Our postgraduate coursework programs include Master degrees, along with a range of graduate-level Certificates and Diplomas. Some coursework programs also contain a research component, where students work with the assistance of a supervisor. Admission into a postgraduate coursework program requires the completion of a Bachelor degree as a minimum.
Graduate Certificate: six months’ full-time study, or approximately 24 units Graduate Diploma: one year full-time study, or approximately 36–48 units Master degree: two years’ full-time study, or approximately 96 units Master degree (Advanced): two years’ full-time study, or approximately 96 units.
Includes a 24-unit equivalent supervised sub-thesis. Meet the Director of our MBA program Associate Professor Alessandra Capezio “Evidence-Based Management is about bringing critical thinking and the best available evidence into management decision-making and practice. Our world-first evidencebased MBA program integrates principles of evidence-based practice across the curriculum so that we can develop superior decision-making capabilities that increase the likelihood of favourable outcomes for business and organisations – it is part of our mission. This approach represents a much needed shift in management education.
It’s a gutsy move away from tradition, but one that will ensure the future of business.” Associate Professor Alessandra Capezio Director MBA Program Research School of Management
2020 Postgraduate Programs 7 Postgraduate research Postgraduate research, or a Higher Degree by Research (HDR) program, is a research-focused degree usually undertaken by someone who has completed a previous degree with a significant research component. You can undertake a HDR program at ANU through a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) or a Master of Philosophy (MPhil). To find out more about HDR programs and admission requirements please visit anu.edu.au/study/apply You can apply online throughout the year. If you are applying for a research scholarship, be aware of scholarship application deadlines.
You must indicate on your application form if you still wish to be considered for admission if your scholarship application is unsuccessful.
For more information visit, anu.edu.au/research ANU MOOCs ANU became the first Australian member of Massive Open Online Course provider edX, an online learning platform which provides university-level courses in a wide range of disciplines to a worldwide audience. Owned jointly by Harvard University and Massachusetts Institute of Technology edX aims to provide education to one billion people worldwide within 10 years. Choose from: > > Astrophysics > > Astrophysics: Cosmology > > Astrophysics: Exploring Exoplanets > > Astrophysics: The Violent Universe > > Astrophysics: Greatest Unsolved Mysteries of the Universe > > Evidence-Based Business Communication > > Evidence-Based Global Management > > Evidence-Based Management Foundations > > Evidence-Based Practice in Management > > Evidence-Based Project Management > > Evidence-Based Stakeholder Marketing > > Evidence-Based Technology Management > > How to Survive Your PhD To see our edX online courses visit, edx.org/school/anux Student profile Jiani Li “When I was thinking about my graduate study, I chose museum and heritage studies because I really want to know how I can create interesting exhibitions.
ANU made me feel happy, at peace, and I enjoyed every day of my life there. After I finished my study at ANU in July 2017, I returned to China and worked in a cultural heritage research team of the Chinese Academy of Cultural Heritage (CACH) in Beijing. Without ANU, I would not have been able to find such a good job.” cass.anu.edu.au/profiles/jiani-li
8 The Australian National University Degree name CRICOS code Indicative 2020 annual domestic fee $AUD Domestic applications through UAC Indicative 2020 annual international fee $AUD International applications direct to ANU No Semester 2 intake Duration Business & Economics Accounting Graduate Certificate of Accounting 052700G 18114 23940 0.5 Master of Accounting 050800J 36288 47880 2 Master of Professional Accounting 050799G 36288 47880 1.5 Actuarial Studies Graduate Certificate Finance & Actuarial Stat 082257G 18114 23940 0.5 Master of Actuarial Practice 079658E 36288 47880 2.5 Master of Actuarial Studies 050802G 36288 47880 X 2 Business information systems Master of Business information systems 050796M 36288 47880 2 Master of Business information systems (Advanced) 091198E 36288 47880 2 Commerce Master of Commerce (Advanced) 093294M 36288 47880 2 Economics Graduate Certificate of Economics 082256G 18144 23940 0.5 Graduate Diploma of Economics 082263J 36288 47880 1 Master of Applied Economics 082269C 36288 47880 2 Master of Economic Policy 082289K 36288 47880 2 Master of Economics 082290F 36288 47880 2 Master of Environmental and Resource Economics 082295A 36288 --- 47880 2 Master of Financial Economics 086226D 36288 47880 X 2 Master of International and Development Economics 082308A 36288 --- 47880 2 Finance Master of Applied Finance 079659D 36288 47880 1.5 Master of Finance 039762C 36288 47880 2 Master of Financial Management 029316G 36288 47880 1 Management and marketing Graduate Certificate of Management 030000G 18144 23940 0.5 Master of Business Administration* 091188G 36288 47880 1.5 Master of Business Administration (Advanced)* 091197F 36288 47880 2 Master of Entrepreneurship and Innovation 091185K 36288 47880 2 Master of Entrepreneurship and Innovation (Advanced) 091191A 36288 47880 2 Master of International Management 088059J 36288 47880 2 Master of International Management (Advanced) 091195G 36288 47880 2 Master of Management (Advanced) 091189F 36288 47880 2 Master of Marketing Management 091184M 36288 47880 2 Master of Marketing Management (Advanced) 091190B 36288 47880 2 Master of Leadership 091186J 36288 47880 2 Master of Project Management 082344G 36288 47880 2 Master of Project Management (Advanced) 091193K 36288 47880 2 Statistics Master of Statistics 082353G 32256 45864 2 Creative Art & Design Digital arts Master of Digital Arts (Advanced) 082286B 25200 T 38304 T 2 Music Master of Music (Advanced) 082375A 25200 T 38304 T 2 Information stated in this brochure is correct at time of printing and is subject to change without notice.
2020 Postgraduate Programs 9 Degree name CRICOS code Indicative 2020 annual domestic fee $AUD Domestic applications through UAC Indicative 2020 annual international fee $AUD International applications direct to ANU No Semester 2 intake Duration Visual arts Master of Visual Arts 082377K 25200 38304 2 Master of Visual Arts (Advanced) 082359A 25200 38304 2 Design Master of Design 092388B 25200 38304 2 Master of Design (Advanced) 092389A 25200 38304 2 Engineering & Computing Computing Graduate Diploma of Applied Data Analytics 097201M 32256 45864 1 Master of Applied Data Analytics 097058B 32256 45864 1.5 Graduate Diploma of Computing 078938E 36288 47880 1 Master of Computing 078940M 36288 47880 2 Master of Computing (Advanced) 085934F 36288 47880 2 Master of Machine Learning and Computer Vision 099247C 36288 47880 2 Master of Applied Cybernetics 099472E X 1.5 Graduate Diploma of Applied Cybernetics 099473D X 1 Engineering Master of Engineering in Digital System and Telecommunications 077326G 36288 47880 2 Master of Engineering in Mechatronics 077326G 36288 47880 2 Master of Engineering in Photonics 077326G 36288 47880 2 Master of Engineering in Renewable Energy 077326G 36288 47880 2 Master of Engineering in Electrical Engineering 077326G 36288 47880 2 International Studies International affairs Graduate Diploma of International affairs 088970M 32256 45864 1 Master of Asian and Pacific Studies 093286M 28244 43344 2 Master of Asian and Pacific Studies (Advanced) 093287K 28244 43344 2 Diplomacy Master of Diplomacy 082287A 32256 45864 2 Master of Diplomacy (Advanced) 088969D 32256 45864 2 International relations Master of International Relations 082309M 32256 45864 2 Master of International Relations (Advanced) 082311F 32256 45864 2 Strategic studies Master of Strategic studies 082354F 32256 45864 2 Master of Strategic studies (Advanced) 082355E 32256 45864 2 Law Graduate Certificate of Law 082258F 16128 22932 0.5 Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice --- 11702 --- 15827 1 Juris Doctor 061559M 36288 47880 3 Master of Laws 006504E 32256 45864 1 Master of Legal Practice --- 19130 --- 25650 1.5 Political Science Master of Political Science 096437K 32256 45864 2 Master of Political Science (Advanced) 096438J 32256 45864 2 Public Policy Information stated in this brochure is correct at time of printing and is subject to change without notice.
10 The Australian National University Degree name CRICOS code Indicative 2020 annual domestic fee $AUD Domestic applications through UAC Indicative 2020 annual international fee $AUD International applications direct to ANU No Semester 2 intake Duration Policy and governance Graduate Certificate of Public Policy 089715G 16128 --- 22932 0.5 Master of Public Administration 082345G 32256 --- 45864 2 Master of Criminology, Justice and Regulation 096022M 31500 44604 2 Master of Criminology, Justice and Regulation (Advanced) 096023K 31500 44604 2 Executive Master of Public Policy 095622F 32256 --- 45864 1 Master of Public Policy 082349C 32256 --- 45864 2 National security policy Master of National Security Policy 082340A 32256 --- 43680 2 Master of National Security Policy (Advanced) 082341M 32256 --- 43680 2 Science, Health & Environment Astronomy and astrophsics Master of Astronomy and Astrophsics (Advanced) 082274F 32256 43680 2 Biology and Physics Master of Science in Biological Sciences 096439G 32256 45864 2 Master of Science in Biological Sciences (Advanced) 096440D 32256 45864 2 Master of Science in Quantitative Biology and Bioinformatics 096439G 32256 45864 2 Master of Science (Advanced) in Quantitative Biology and Bioinformatics 096440D 32256 45864 2 Master of Science in Precision Instrumentation and Measurement 099248B 32256 45864 2 Master of Science in Precision Instrumentation and Measurement (Advanced) 099249A 32256 45864 2 Master of Science in Nuclear Science 099254D 32256 45864 2 Master of Science in Nuclear Science (Advanced) 099251G 32256 45864 2 Master of Science in Quantum Technology 099252F 32256 45864 2 Master of Science in Quantum Technology (Advanced) 099253E 32256 45864 2 Master of Biotechnology 082279A 32256 45864 2 Master of Biotechnology (Advanced) 082280G 32256 45864 2 Master of Neuroscience 082376M 33768 47880 2 Master of Neuroscience (Advanced) 082342K 33768 47880 2 Earth sciences Master of Earth sciences (Advanced) 082288M 32256 45864 2 Environment and resource management Master of Climate Change 082373C 32256 --- 45864 2 Master of Energy Change 082291E 32256 45864 2 Master of Energy Change (Advanced) 082292D 32256 45864 2 Master of Environment 082293C 32256 45864 2 Master of Environment (Advanced) 082294B 32256 45864 2 Master of Environmental Management and Development 082296M 32256 --- 45864 2 Master of Environmental Management and Development (Advanced) 093288J 32256 --- 45864 2 Master of Environmental Management and Development (Online) --- 32256 --- 45864 2 Master of Environmental Science 082297K 32256 45864 2 Master of Environmental Science (Advanced) 082298J 32256 45864 2 Master of Environmental and Resource Economics 082295A 32256 --- 45864 2 Master of Forestry 082299G 32256 45864 2 Master of Forestry (Advanced) 082300J 32256 45864 Information stated in this brochure is correct at time of printing and is subject to change without notice.
2020 Postgraduate Programs 11 Degree name CRICOS code Indicative 2020 annual domestic fee $AUD Domestic applications through UAC Indicative 2020 annual international fee $AUD International applications direct to ANU No Semester 2 intake Duration Graduate Certificate of Disaster Risk Science and Sustainability --- 16128 22932 0.5 Mathematical sciences Master of Mathematical Sciences (Advanced) 093293A 32256 50904 2 Medicine and health sciences Doctor of Medicine and Surgery 077442D 50904 --- 84143 X 4 Master of Public Health 082346F 50904 50904 2 Master of Public Health (Advanced) 082347E 50904 50904 2 Psychology Master of Clinical Psychology 003116G 33768 47880 X 2 Master of Professional Psychology 096441C 33768 47880 X 2 Science Graduate Diploma of Science 003114K 33012 46872 1 Science communication Master of Science Communication 082350K 32256 45864 2 Master of Science Communication Outreach 083816F 32256 --- 45864 X 1 Social Sciences & Humanities Flexible Double Masters Flexible Double Masters 088510F 31500 44604 3 Anthropology Master of Anthropology 082265G 28224 43344 2 Master of Anthropology (Advanced) 082266F 28224 43344 2 Master of Applied Anthropology and Participatory Development 082267E 31500 44604 2 Master of Applied Anthropology and Participatory Development (Advanced) 082268D 31500 44604 2 Master of Applied Anthropology and Participatory Development (Online) NOT CRICOS REGISTERED 31500 44604 1.5 Master of Applied Anthropology and Participatory Development (Advanced) (Online) NOT CRICOS REGISTERED 31500 44604 1.5 Master of Culture, Health and Medicine 082283E 38304 50904 2 Master of Culture, Health and Medicine (Advanced) 082284D 38304 50904 2 Archaeology Master of Archaeological and Evolutionary Science 096399M 28244 43344 2 Master of Archaeological and Evolutionary Science (Advanced) 096400A 28244 43344 2 Master of Archaeological Science (Advanced) 082271J 28244 T 43344 T 2 Master of Biological Anthropology (Advanced) 082276D 32256 T 45864 T 2 Master of Classical Studies (Advanced) 082282F 28224 T 43344 T 2 Master of Demography 093291C 28244 43344 2 Master of Demography (Advanced) 093292B 28244 43344 2 Art history and curatorial studies Master of Art History and Curatorial Studies 082272G 28224 43344 2 Master of Art History and Curatorial Studies (Advanced) 082273G 28224 43344 2 Digital humanities Master of Digital Humanities and Public Culture 088508M 28224 43344 2 Master of Digital Humanities and Public Culture (Advanced) 088509K 28224 43344 2 Globalisation Master of Globalisation (Advanced) 082304E 32256 T 45864 T 2 Graduate Studies Select Information stated in this brochure is correct at time of printing and is subject to change without notice.
12 The Australian National University Degree name CRICOS code Indicative 2020 annual domestic fee $AUD Domestic applications through UAC Indicative 2020 annual international fee $AUD International applications direct to ANU No Semester 2 intake Duration Graduate Certificate of Studies 082261M 16128 22932 0.5 History Master of History 082306C 28224 43344 2 Master of History (Advanced) 082307B 28224 43344 2 Lingustics and languages Master of General and Applied Linguistics 082301G 28224 43344 2 Master of General and Applied Linguistics (Advanced) 082302G 28224 43344 2 Translation Master of Translation 083815G 28224 43344 2 Master of Translation (Advanced) 083814G 28224 43344 2 Middle Eastern and Central Asian studies Master of Middle Eastern and Central Asian Studies 082338F 28224 43344 2 Master of Middle Eastern and Central Asian Studies (Advanced) 082339E 28224 43344 2 Museums and heritage studies Master of Museums and Heritage Studies 085331M 28224 43344 2 Master of Museums and Heritage Studies (Advanced) 085332K 28224 43344 2 Master of Arts - Arts Administration / Master of Museum and Heritage Studies 093290D 28224 43344 2 Social research Master of Social Research 082351J 28224 43344 2 Master of Social Research (Advanced) 082352G 28224 43344 2 *...Semester 1 only T..Admission by Internal Transfer.
Please refer to programsandcourses.anu.edu.au #..Total cost dependent upon personal course selection.
P Information stated in this brochure is correct at time of printing and is subject to change without notice.
2020 Postgraduate Programs 13 Because Canberra is a university town, the highest turnover of rental properties is during the December/January summer break. Renting Advice: anu.edu.au/study/accommodation/advice-procedures/renting Applying for a lease In Canberra, real estate agents and property owners often insist that prospective tenants see the property before applying for a lease, to be seriously considered. To apply, you will need to fill out an application form which will ask you about your personal circumstances, including your financial situation.
You will also be asked for referees, people who can verify that you are trustworthy, like a previous landlord or employer.
The agent should let you know within a week if your application has been successful. Setting up your home Your lease will usually be for a period of six to 12 months. You will be responsible for organising the utilities connections. Water will be connected by the owner but you will need to pay for the water you use. Factor in these costs when setting up your new home: > > Bond is usually four weeks’ rent and is held by the ACT Office of Regulatory Services. Provided you don’t cause damage to the property and maintain it, the bond will be returned to you in full at the end of the lease > > As well as bond, you will probably need to pay four weeks’ rent in advance > > Connection fees for the telephone, electricity, gas and any other utilities you choose to connect at the property > > It’s a good idea to take out household contents insurance > > Moving expenses > > Canberra has a broad range of recycled, second-hand and brand new furniture and household suppliers.
If you have a dispute with the landlord or real estate agent, Accommodation Services and the Tenants Union ACT can give you advice and advocate on your behalf.
tenantsact.org.au On-campus ANU gives you more opportunities to live on campus than any other Australian university, so you can make the most of your time here. Apply to join nearly 5,000 students from across Australia and around the world who call ANU home. Postgraduate students can apply for on-campus accommodation in these residences: Self-catered > > Bruce Hall Packard Wing > > Fenner Hall > > Toad Hall > > Ursula Hall Laurus Wing > > Graduate House > > Davey Lodge > > Kinloch Lodge > > Lena Karmel Lodge > > Warrumbul Lodge > > Burgmann College Postgraduate Village > > Wamburun Hall > > University House We cannot guarantee that on-campus accommodation will be available.
Also, student residences are not suitable for children, so you may need to explore renting off-campus (non-ANU). We recommend arriving in Canberra early to find non-ANU accommodation.
anu.edu.au/study/accommodation/advice-procedures/ postgraduate-accommodation Share a house or apartment Shared accommodation can be hard to find if you’re not in Canberra. Shared households in Australia take different forms; some share meals and rotate household chores, while others have multiple people living in the same house but keeping separate lives. A good place to start looking for shared accommodation is ANU Housing Online. housingonline.anu.edu.au anu.edu.au/study/accommodation/advice-procedures/ group-housing Rent privately You can rent an apartment or house privately through a real estate agent or direct from the property owner.
The best place to start your search is online. We suggest these sites: allhomes.com.au domain.com.au realestate.com.au gumtree.com.au Live on campus or take a short commute from one of Canberra’s well-connected neighbourhoods.
14 The Australian National University You can access a range of services to support you throughout your studies at ANU, so you can make the most of your time here. ANU Careers Centre ANU Careers Centre is dedicated to providing a range of services to assist you to reach your full potential. ANU Careers is available to assist with a wide range of queries - from the general exploration of career ideas and the career implications of subject choices, to details of specific jobs, employers, or postgraduate courses. Our resources are available to current students and recent graduates.
We also provide employers with advice on recruitment strategies, how to maintain a profile on campus and assistance with targeting suitably qualified and motivated students and graduates.
careers.anu.edu.au Academic Skills and Learning Centre This service can help you to develop the academic and communication skills on which all academic work is based. You can make one-on-one appointments, attend workshops or just drop-in, while taking advantage of the many self-help resources the centre provides. academicskills.anu.edu.au After Hour Crisis support Line This service is intended to help callers find immediate relief from emotional distress, explore coping strategies, safely manage any immediate threats to life or safety, open pathways for longer-term solutions and focus on specific next steps for the caller to take.
ANU Crisis Support Line 5pm-9am weekdays, 24/7 weekends and public holidays > > Phone (voice calls only): 1300 050 327 > > Text: 0488 884 170 The ANU Sport and Recreation Association The ANU Sport and Recreation Association, commonly known as ANU Sport, promotes and provides a varied and exciting range of opportunities to participate in affordable sporting and physical recreational activities.
ANU Sport endeavour to make their facilities and activities relaxed, fun, safe and a place for everyone. For more information visit anu-sport.com.au For an extensive list of services available on-campus please visit: anu.edu.au/study/student-experience The Postgraduate and Research Students’ Association The Postgraduate and Research Students’ Association (PARSA) is the student representative body for postgraduates at the ANU. They provide a range of services aimed at providing support for the specific needs of postgraduate students in relation to both their studies and daily life. The primary focus of PARSA is the interests and welfare of all research and coursework postgraduate students at ANU.
All postgraduate students at ANU automatically become memebers of PARSA. PARSA is run by students, for students and represents postgraduates both collectively and individually. parsa.anu.edu.au Campus tours Take a tour guided by a Student Ambassador who will share with you their experience at ANU while showing you around our beautiful campus. Tours operate Monday to Friday 10am-5pm (excluding public holidays). For more information anu.edu.au/campustours To book email@example.com
2020 Postgraduate Programs 15 Domestic students You are a domestic applicant* if you: > > are an Australian or New Zealand citizen > > hold an Australian Permanent Residency Visa > > hold an Australian Humanitarian Visa.
If none of these criteria apply, then you are an international student. You can apply for a postgraduate coursework program if you hold a Bachelor degree or equivalent, or are about to graduate. Most ANU programs also require that you achieve a particular Grade Point Average in addition to completion. Some may have further requirements such as professional work experience or cognate backgrounds. For more information please go to programsandcourses.anu.edu.au All applicants must meet the ANU English Language Requirements. How to apply To apply for most postgraduate coursework degree programs, you will need to submit your application through the Universities Admissions Centre (UAC) and pay a fee.
uac.edu.au You must apply directly to ANU for the following programs: > > Graduate Certificate of Public Policy > > Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice > > Executive Master of Public Policy > > Master of Climate Change > > Master of Environmental Management and Development Online > > Master of Environmental and Resource Economics > > Master of Environmental Management and Development (Advanced) > > Master of Environmental Management and Development > > Master of International and Development Economics > > Master of National Security Policy > > Master of Public Administration > > Master of National Security Policy (Advanced) > > Master of Public Policy > > Master of Legal Practice > > Master of Science Communication Outreach > > Doctor of Medicine and Surgery anu.edu.au/pg/apply How to accept your offer You can accept your offer to study at ANU online at anu.edu.au/study/accept Important dates Postgraduate applications open in September, the year prior to commencement.
Each postgraduate program has a unique application closing date. Always check application deadlines on the relevant ANU School website or the UAC website. uac.edu.au/future-applicants Scholarships There are a number of scholarships available to current ANU students to help with the cost of your studies. Donors and benefactors, external organisations and the Australian Government fund many of the scholarships we offer. anu.edu.au/study/scholarships-fees Scholarships for Higher Degree by Research ANU funds a range of scholarships for HDR students. anu.edu.au/students/scholarships/anu-phd-scholarships Fees Most domestic postgraduate coursework and non-award students at ANU must pay domestic tuition fees.
The amount you have to pay is based on the courses in which you enrol. Each course has a set fee, so you will be invoiced for the total fees for all the courses you enrol in for a semester or session. You can defer part or all of your tuition fees using FEE-HELP if you meet these citizenship and residency requirements:* > > You are an Australian citizen or permanent humanitarian visa holder (living in Australia for the duration of your enrolment). > > You are a permanent visa holder undertaking bridging study for overseas-trained professionals, and will be living in Australia for the duration of your enrolment.
If you use FEE-HELP, the Australian Government will pay your tuition fees while you study, but you will be required to pay back those fees through the taxation system or voluntary payments. studyassist.gov.au/help-loans A small number of postgraduate programs offer Commonwealth Supported Places (CSP)* where the Australian Government subsidises your tuition fees. For information about CSPs see anu.edu.au/students/scholarships-fees/fees-payments/ postgraduate-commonwealth-supported-places Services and amenities fee Domestic and international students at ANU must pay a services and amenities fee.
This helps to support services like student counselling, recreational facilities, sporting and cultural events held on campus throughout the year. anu.edu.au/pg/ssaf Cost of living In addition to tuition fees, there are other costs you may want to consider before starting your postgraduate degree at ANU, particularly if you’re moving to Canberra from interstate.
The ACT Government website Canberra: Create your Future explores a range of topics about living, studying and working in Canberra, including living costs. canberrayourfuture.com.au
16 The Australian National University When you graduate from ANU, you become a lifelong member of our alumni community, which stretches across the globe. Australia China United States Singapore United Kingdom Malaysia Indonesia Hong Kong Japan New Zealand Thailand Canada Vietnam India Philippines Korea, South (Republic of Korea) Bangladesh Taiwan Pakistan Papua New Guinea
2020 Postgraduate Programs 17 10 Top 10 occupations for ANU graduates* 1 Academic 2 Manager 3 Director 4 Lawyer 5 Consultant 6 ANU Officer 7 Analyst 8 Engineer 9 Adviser 10 Accountant/ finance specialist 5 Top five industries in which ANU graduates work* Public administration and safety 30% Education and training 29% Professional, scientific and technical services 16% Finance and insurance 6% Other 19% Be one of Australia’s most employable graduates on a global scale.
When you graduate from ANU, you will be in demand the world over for your abilities to understand, and apply vision and creativity to addressing complex contemporary challenges.
ANU graduates are amongst the most employable in Australia 3 in Australia for graduate employability Times Higher Education Global Employability Ranking 2018 46 in the world for graduate employability Times Higher Education Global Employability Ranking 2018 * ANU Alumni statistics
18 The Australian National University Best city to visit Lonely Planet has ranked Canberra the World’s 3rd best city to visit in 2018 Best student city QS Best Student Cities 2018 has ranked Canberra in the top 25 cities in the world to live and study.1 Safest Canberra is considered one of the safest cities in Australia with one of the lowest crime rates.3 Global community A city of just over 411,000 people with more than 27% of our residents born overseas, countless embassies and national institutes, Canberra has a strong sense of community; our global community.2 1.
topuniversities.com/city-rankings/2018 2. Australian Bureau of Statistics, stat.data.abs.gov.au 3. Police.act.gov.au You will come to understand why Canberra is consistently rated one of the world’s best cities for quality of life.
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