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ANU is a world-leading university in Australia's capital city, Canberra. Our location points to our unique history, ties to the Australian Government, and exceptional standing as a resource for the Australian people. Our focus on research as an asset, and an approach to education, ensures our graduates are in demanding the world-over for their abilities to understand and apply vision and creativity to addressing complex contemporary challenges.

The Australian National University (ANU) is a celebrated place of intensive research, education, and policy engagement. ANU is home to an interconnected community of scholars. The University is located in the heart of Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia.

Choose ANU and know that you will be studying at Australia's leading University, in league with the world's best. ANU consistently ranks highest in national and global graduate surveys for overall employability and starting salary. We're ranked first in Australia and 22 in the world for graduate employability.

The Australian National University has a rich and diverse history. Across our campuses, ANU manages places with Indigenous, historical, and natural heritage values. These heritage values are embodied in the landscape, the buildings and the complex histories of the sites, the people who lived and worked there, the events that occurred, and the discoveries that were made.

The Australian National University is endowed by the nation to bring credit to Australia through its research, education, and contribution to societal transformation. Our strategic planning reflects our priorities and responsibilities to the nation, the region, and the world.

ANU is committed to equity and diversity and is actively building a more inclusive culture where all staff is supported to reach their full potential in their academic or professional careers. In recognizing the increasing need for an institutional approach to mental health, The Australian National University (ANU) has developed a mental health strategy. The strategy is based on current best practices in post-secondary student mental health.

The past two centuries of dispossession and racism have profoundly impacted all aspects of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander life, including access to institutions like ANU. This is the legacy that ANU recognizes, acknowledges, and accepts. Current generations of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples bear their histories into institutions like ANU, which benefit enormously from the opportunity to learn from them.

The University's vision for reconciliation is to be a place that facilitates learning that respects cultures and diversity: a place where Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and non-Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people come together to engage with their chosen discipline, contextualized by an understanding of our shared history. ANU will make an essential contribution to reconciliation by furthering learning, research, services, and public knowledge about Indigenous issues.


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