Australian National University

Australia
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52
  • Overall ?
    66.5
  • Teaching ?
    53.7
  • International Outlook ?
    91.3
  • Industry Income ?
    38.9
  • Research ?
    70.9
  • Citations ?
    71.1

Key Statistics

  • 14,604
    Students
  • 19.2
    Student:Staff Ratio
  • 35%
    International Students
  • 52 : 48
    Female:Male Ratio
Australian National University is a world-leading university in Australia’s capital city, Canberra. It offers students world-class facilities, including the most powerful computer system in Australia, modern laboratories, classrooms and lecture theatres and libraries that are home to more than two million traditional volumes. ANU has close links with government, industry and research institutions in Australia and around the world, including leading universities in the International Alliance of Research Universities (IARU). ANU offers a diverse and distinctive student exchange programme with more than 100 different institutions and has collaborative projects with organisations ranging from Nasa to the European Union.

Old Canberra House dates from 1913 and is the oldest building on ANU's 145-acre greenfield campus, established by an Act of the Federal Parliament in 1946 to house the university in the heart of Australia's \"bush capital\". More than 10,000 trees on campus shade around 16,700 students taught by approximately 1,600 scholars grouped into seven academic colleges.

Address

The Australian National University
Acton ACT ACT 2601
Australia