Domestic Undergraduate

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Challenge yourself at ANU

 

The Australian National University (ANU) is recognised internationally for exceptional teaching and outstanding research.

Our small class sizes, industry-based internship opportunities, innovative research and policy influence will give you opportunities and challenges that will help you shape the future of the world.

We let you tailor your studies to fit your strengths, passions and goals by offering 50 single degrees and the flexibility to design your own double degree from 750 possible options.

Get an overview of selection rank requirements for domestic undergraduate students

FIND THE RIGHT DEGREE FOR YOU

 

Find an undergraduate program

 

You are a direct applicant for study in 2023 if you:

  • have completed Australian Year 11 studies or the International Baccalaureate program for Year 11 
  • will complete Australian Year 12 studies with an ATAR or an International Baccalaureate Diploma in November 2022

How to apply

 

Direct applications for study in 2023 are open 2 March 2022

If you apply directly for study in 2023, your application will cover admissions, scholarships and campus accommodation.

  • Early offers made on 5 September 2022 are based on Year 11 results. ANU will honour these for study in 2023 as long as you complete Year 12 and receive an ATAR.
  • If your Year 11 results don't meet entry requirements, we will put you on our waiting list and automatically consider your application again based on your Year 12 results in the December/January offer round.
  • We have adjusted our co-curricular or service requirement requirements due to the disruptions of COVID-19.
  • Starting in 2023 for the 2024 intake we require applicants to have completed one senior secondary Maths and English unit. Find out the full details here

Key dates

 

See full application timeline for all dates.

2 March 2022 Applications open
23 May 2022 Application close
30 May 2022 Deadline to upload your co-curricular and service requirement (CCS) documentation to your ANU application
5 September 2022 Application offers released
5 October 2022 Acceptance deadline
1 November 2022 Change of academic preference period opens
18 December 2022* Change of academic preference period closes
22 December 2022* Final offers released

Application walk-through

 

Direct applications

Watch our walk-through of the application portal to see what applying to ANU is like. This will help you prepare for your own application.
 

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Application tips

 

Following these steps will make applying for undergraduate study at ANU easier.

1. Choose your program

We offer a range of bachelor's degrees across a variety of disciplines. Find the program for you and check its requirements.

2. See if you meet our entry requirements

Check our admissions requirements and learn how we assess applications.

3. Learn more about our co-curricular and services requirements (CCS)

To meet the CCS requirements, you will need to provide documentary evidence of the knowledge and skills developed outside of the classroom.

4. Are you eligible for adjustment factors?

Check if you're eligible for adjustment factors that can add points to your ANU selection rank if you meet academic merit guidelines or have experienced difficult personal circumstances

5. Explore ANU accommodation and scholarships

Your application includes scholarships and accommodation. Explore the possibilities we may offer should you express interest in these.

How to apply

 

You can apply to study at The Australian National University (ANU) through the Universities Admissions Centre (UAC)

You will find a full list of courses and application deadlines on the UAC website.

ANU participates in UAC application rounds throughout the year and releases offers through UAC on a rolling basis.

For more information about offer rounds for ANU, visit the UAC offer round website.

UAC application fees:

The application fee you will need to pay to UAC depends on when you apply to ANU.

Learn more about application fees on the UAC website.

Admissions processes and requirements:

Learn more about how to apply and how ANU assesses your application based on your educational background.

Starting in 2023 for the 2024 intake we require applicants to have completed one senior secondary Maths and English unit. Find out the full details here

Application tips

 

Follow these steps will make applying for undergraduate study at ANU easier.

1. Choose your program

We offer a range of bachelor's degrees across a variety of disciplines. Find the program for you and check its requirements.

2. Check documentation requirements for applying through UAC

Applying through UAC requires different documentation as well as an application fee.

3. Learn more about our co-curricular and services requirements (CCS) for current Australian Year 12 or IB school leaver applicants

To meet the CCS requirements, you need to provide documentary evidence of any knowledge and skills developed outside of the classroom.

4. Are you eligible for adjustment factors?

Check if you're eligible for adjustment factors that can add points to your ANU selection rank if you meet academic merit guidelines or have experienced difficult personal circumstances.

5. Explore ANU scholarships

Explore academic achievement, athletic performance and financial and equity scholarships at ANU.

6. Learn about the ANU accommodation guarantee

If you will be attending university for the first time and will need to move interstate to Canberra to study, you may be eligible for our accommodation guarantee.

7. Check your application deadline

Application deadlines are published on the UAC website.