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    8.0
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    8.3
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    8.2
  • Technology
    8.0
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    7.0
  • Housing
    6.8
  • People
    7.8
  • Social Life
    7.6
  • Night Life
    7.2
  • Accessibility
    7.9
  • Parking
    4.9
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Australian National University

Best Things About This Uni

Alatariel B. Science (Psychology) Says:

I really like the great access to resources such as the multiple libraries, internet journal databases and knowledgeable lecturers that the ANU provides for its students. Makes studying easier and more enjoyable.

Lois B. Arts/B. Law Says:

On campus life and the quality of education recieved.

DaN B. Arts (International Relations & History) Says:

The ANU has a well deserved reputation nationally and internationally as Australia's finest university. The social life is great, the facilities on par with other universities however it is the opportunities, world class teaching and unique opportunities open to students in the nation's capital and available to the ANU that really sets it apart from other Australian universities.

Kater B. Visual Arts Says:

The facilities for Photomedia ! Huge darkrooms, black and white and colour analogue printers. Also Octoberfest steins, $5 !

Yvonne Exchange Student Says:

Direct contact to tutors, lots of clubs for social/sports activities, but personally I liked ANU most because of its character of a capital and large countrytown at the same time. Everything was in cycling distance: campus for studying, town for shopping/eating/partying and of course nature for leisure activities!

Cody B. Computer Science (Honours) Says:

The Campus! Everything is incredibly convenient (sports, banking, food, supplies, you name it). Looks spectacular in Autumn (especially the main stretch, University Avenue)

Muhammad Masters Information Systems Studies Says:

The best things about ANU is countless, but I will mentioned some of the basic qualities of ANU. 1)- Highly rich and experienced faculty members. 2)- Great infrastructure i.e. there are about 200 buildings at ANU. 3)- Countless facilities for the students. 4)- Well reputed among the world's top universities i.e. its at 17th position through out the world , which is marvelous achievement.

Susie B. Visual Arts (Photomedia) Says:

the facilities

Rachael B. Asian Studies (Specialist) Says:

There are so many things... It's a beautiful campus, the academic and general staff were great, it's so close to the centre of Canberra, there's a great feeling of belonging and community spirit.

Jake B. Science (Hons.) Says:

Australian National University. It's Australia's leading research university.

The Australian National University, informally known as ANU, was established by an Act of Parliament on 1st August 1946. The university is a public university and was founded with the legislated purpose of promoting and conducting research in Australia. Australian National University is located in Australia’s capital city, Canberra.

Australian National University has a student body of 16,715 students, including 9,603 undergraduates. The student body is supported by 3874 staff, and a staggering 82% of ANU academic staff holds a PHD degree.

ANU is governed by a 15 member council, and has four Nobel Prize winners, including Sir Howard Florey, who later became Lord Florey, for the discovery of penicillin. ANU is also a member of several university alliances, including the prestigious Australian lobby group ‘Group of Eight’, and the Association of Pacific Rim Universities. Furthermore, ANU is a member of the Association of Universities for Research in Astronomy and the International Alliance of Research Universities.

The university's main campus occupies most of the Canberra suburb of Acton. The campus covers 1.45 square kilometres (360 acres) adjoining native bushland, Black Mountain, Lake Burley Griffin, the suburb of Turner and the city centre. With over 10,000 trees on its campus, the ANU was awarded the Silver Greenhouse Challenge Award at the annual Australian Engineering Excellence Awards in 2003.

Housing Online Accomodation Portal
Tel: (02) 6125 1100
Email: housing.online@anu.edu.au
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Uni Lodge @ ANU
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Email: unilodge.anu@unilodge.com.au
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Liversidge Court Apartments
Tel: +61 2 6125 1100
Fax: +61 2 6125 0737
Email: reservations.uas@anu.edu.au
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General Switchboard
+61 2 6125 5111

Future Students & Admissions
T: 1800 620 032
E: admiss.enq@anu.edu.au
W: www.anu.edu.au/studyat

Website: http://www.anu.edu.au/
Main Campus

The university's main campus occupies most of the Canberra suburb of Acton. The campus covers 1.45 square kilometres (360 acres) adjoining native bushland, Black Mountain, Lake Burley Griffin, the suburb of Turner and the city centre. With over 10,000 trees on its campus, the ANU was awarded the Silver Greenhouse Challenge Award at the annual Australian Engineering Excellence Awards in 2003.


Australian National University Addresses:
Australian National Uniersity
East Road
Action
ACT, 2601
Theatre, Corner of Fellows and Garran Roads, Acton, ACT
ANU Film Group
info@anufg.org.au
http://www.anufg.org.au
The Film Group is a not for profit film society that has been operating on the ANU campus for over 40 years.  It is one of Australia’s largest film societies, screening up to 200 films per year to our 1000+ members.

We show films from a range of genres, varying in age from silent films to the latest blockbusters. Films are shown up to 4 times a week, with double features on Friday and Saturday nights.  We even have a canteen selling drinks, lollies and snacks at most screenings.

Membership is open to everyone and costs $60 per calendar year or $35 per semester.  Membership gives you free entry to all films – no extra entry fees!

The set up includes a cinema sized screen and Dolby Surround Sound. There’s nothing like a student audience to give film watching a fun and engaging atmosphere. And there is the bonus of it being located right on the ANU campus.

It is a definitely a great way to see films on the big screen for a fraction of the price of commercial cinemas. Programme information is available on our website.