RANKED #43 IN THE WORLD BY THE TIMES HIGHER EDUCATION
Recognized as one of the world’s premier universities, The Australian National University is an Australian center of research and teaching excellence. ANU has been ranked the top university in Australia by Newsweek Magazine, the Institute of Higher Education, Jiao Tong University, Shanghai, and the UK’s Times Higher Education Supplement. As a member of the International Alliance of Research Universities, ANU offers international research and study opportunities in conjunction with 10 of the world's leading universities including: ETH Zurich, the National University of Singapore, Peking University, UC-Berkeley, the University of Cambridge, the University of Copenhagen, the University of Oxford, the University of Tokyo, and Yale University.
Canberra, Australia’s national capital, is an open-planned city nestled in a picturesque bushland setting. Its population represents a small yet highly educated multicultural community. Canberra is home to Australia’s Parliament and diplomats from over 120 countries. Parliament House is just one of several distinctive architectural features, which include the High Court of Australia, the National Gallery, the War Memorial, the National Science and Technology Center, the Australian Institute of Sport ,and the National Museum of Australia. These and many other national institutions provide a significant cultural and political backdrop, as well as a host of resources for students. The ANU campus is walking distance from the center of Canberra.
- Small group teaching
- A full range of education and research programs in the seven ANU Colleges: the ANU College of Arts & Social Sciences; the ANU College of Asia & the Pacific; the ANU College of Business and Economics; the ANU College of Engineering and Computer Science; the ANU College of Law; the ANU College of Medicine and Health Sciences; and the ANU College of Science
- The Australian National Internship Program
- 39 graduate programs at PhD, Master, and other graduate levels
- A strong focus on study of the Asia-Pacific region
Bridging Cultures Orientation Program
Join Our Bridging Cultures Orientation Program
The Bridging Cultures Orientation Program (BCP) is our multi-day, in-country study abroad orientation program that blends lecture, adventure, and culture together for an informative and fun introduction to the country in which you will be living and studying. The Bridging Cultures Orientation Program is a core component of the GlobaLinks Learning Abroad Discovery Difference and designed specifically for students studying in Australia, New Zealand or the U.K. The program includes most meals, accommodation, transport, and excursions. To see what each location has to offer see below!
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