The Australian National University (ANU)
The Australian National University (ANU) is one of Australia's premier universities and ranked amongst the best in the world. It was created by Federal Parliament in 1946 to build the nation and advance Australia's international standing through research and education of the highest quality. ANU is distinctive because of its national mission, international focus and impressive record in research and in education for undergraduate and postgraduate students. Our leading researchers drive our educational programs and shape the ANU learning experience. Students at ANU enjoy excellent staﬀ-student ratios and great employment prospects. They beneﬁt from award-winning and challenging teaching, ﬁrst-rate facilities and the collegial atmosphere of a residential campus. Australian National University’s Chiﬂey Library
College of Arts & Social Sciences The College of Arts and Social Sciences at the ANU is distinctive in its depth, breadth, and disciplinary diversity. Teaching and research in the College includes philosophy, politics, international relations, development, sociology, and history, as well as studies in the regions of Latin America, the Middle East, Central Asia, and Europe. The College has a substantial international research presence, and is a major source of national policy advice. This provides a research-intensive teaching environment that challenges and inspires the best students. This is reﬂected in the 2010-11 university rankings by discipline in which the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences at the ANU are ranked number one in Australia by the Times Higher Education Supplement. Graduate research is available through a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) or Master of Philosophy (MPhil), and the College oﬀers graduate coursework programs as Graduate Certiﬁcates, Graduate Diplomas, and Master degrees. To ﬁnd out more about studying at the ANU College of Arts and Social Sciences visit http://cass.anu.edu.au or contact email@example.com.