Graduate House is part of the University and Graduate Houses community. We have over 150 graduate students from 30+ countries who form a thriving and supportive community of scholars pursuing postgraduate research or coursework degrees. Graduate House provides a quiet environment in which residents are encouraged to participate in the academic and social life of a graduate community, but also able to live and work independently and without being disturbed by others.
Graduate House has a long history of fostering diversity, with a student body reflective of the broad cultural mix on campus, and consistent with the international role of the ANU. Being composed mainly of research students from many different countries, our student body from time to time undoubtedly includes future world leaders and heads of national organisations. The friendships they form while here can be critical to future successful relationships between their countries, and Australia. We see it as an important element of our role, therefore, to maintain an environment of cultural and national diversity in which international friendships can flourish.
- The original Graduate House was constructed in 1971 on Northbourne Avenue
- Graduate House then moved to campus, Garran Road and opened on 23 November 1998
- Designed by Dr Philip Suttone Cox AO
- Opened by GG, Sir William Dean
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