ANU is Australia's highest ranking university. It is ranked no. 1 in Australia and no. 19 in the world (QS World University Rankings, 2015/16).
ANU has over 16,700 students, with international students representing 25 per cent of this figure.
We are ranked first in Australia and 25th in the world for international outlook (Times Higher Education International Outlook indicator, 2015-2016).
ANU is no. 1 in Australia and no. 32 in the world for producing the most employable graduates (Emerging Global Employability University Survey, 2015).
The latest QS World University Subject Rankings found ANU had 15 subjects in the top 25 of the world, and was number one in Australia in 15 disciplines - more than any other Australian university.
ANU counts six Nobel Laureates among our staff and alumni
ANU has the best student retention rate in Australia at 92 per cent.
ANU has the best student to academic staff ration of the top universities in Australia at 10:1.
Canberra has been voted as Australia's safest (Australian State and Territory OECD Rankings, 2014) and most liveable city (Property Council of Australia My City survey, 2014).
The videos to the right are available for advisors, agents and teachers to communication with prospective undergraduate students about ANU. You can find more on our YouTube Channel: ANU Experience
Minimum entry requirements
There are minimum English language requirements for all students, as well as academic requirements specific to each program. Internaitonal academic qualification are recognised as equivalent Australian results.
The Apply section of this site provides more detailed information.
For students who do not meet the minimum entry requirements there are many pathway options to get access to ANU. More information is provided in the Apply section.
Please visit the ANU College website for information on pathways to university programs and English Language courses
The University calendar provides an outline of the key application and acceptance deadlines for both domestic and international students.
For further information contact us on the details below: