Undergraduate International - Accept

All offers are sent by email, so it is important that you provide an active email address that you check frequently. If you applied using an authorised Education Agent, your agent will receive your offer.

Acceptance Deadlines

2019

If you are a current ANU or ANU College student, or you are currently studying at another institution as part of an official partnership with ANU, or you have applied for a one-year-long Honours program, the deadline for accepting your offer is indicated on your offer letter. This deadline may be given as a timeframe (e.g. within two weeks) or a specified date. 

For all other applicants, the acceptance deadline has now passed. If you were not able to meet all conditions and accept, you are welcome to submit a new application for a later intake.

How to Accept

Step 1
Check Conditions

Before you accept, check your offer letter to make sure you meet any remaining conditions. Please contact ANU Admissions if you have any questions about the conditions of your offer.

Step 2
Submit your acceptance forms

Direct Applicants

Please complete the personalised Acceptance & Payment Advice form attached to your offer letter, then scan and email the completed form to acceptance@anu.edu.au.

Alternatively, you can send a copy to the mailing address indicated on your offer letter. Please be aware that this must be received by the acceptance deadline.

UAC International Applicants

If you applied through the Universities Admissions Centre, you will need to complete the Acceptance and Payment Advice Form (below) and email the completed form to acceptance@anu.edu.au.

Under 18 years old

If you will be under 18 years old at the time of commencement, your living arrangements while studying will need to be approved at the time of acceptance.

You and a parent/guardian will need complete the International Student Under 18 Agreement (below).

The acceptance deadline for applicants under 18 years old at the time of commencement in Semester 1 (February start) is 15 January and Semester 2 (July start) is 30 June, unless an earlier date is specified by the University. 

Resources to help

Step 3
Pay your deposit

Please ensure you submit your tuition fee deposit when you accept your offer. ANU recommends for deposits to be paid via Western Union. 

Western Union

The ANU Western Union payment portal supports bank transfers and Union Pay with debit and credit cards. Please make sure to include your ANU Student ID so that we can identify the transaction.  

Bank draft / cheque

You may pay directly to ANU using a bank draft/cheque. 

Drafts/cheques must be in Australian Dollars (AUD) and payable to The Australian National University, then delivered in person to ANU Student Central or sent by post or courier to:

International Admissions
Building 154
The Australian National University
CANBERRA ACT AUSTRALIA 2601 

The cheque or bank draft must include your full name and ANU Student ID number written on the back (reverse) so that it can be identified on arrival. 

We recommend using express post, and tracking/registered mail, to ensure your payment arrives swiftly and securely.