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ANU is a world-leading university in Australia capital city, Canberra. Our location points to our unique history, ties to the Australian Government and special standing as a resource for the Australian people.
Our focus on excellence in research and education ensures our graduates are in demand the world-over, well-prepared to address complex contemporary challenges.
ANU has seven academic colleges that house a number of schools and research centers that specialize in a range of disciplines - all relevant but some unique in Australia and our region.
The ANU Executive Leadership Team is headed by our Vice-Chancellor, President and Chief Executive Officer Professor Brian P. Schmidt AC. Professor Schmidt and his team develop and implement strategies, policies, and procedures to support ANU to meet its strategic goals and operational needs.
Learn more about the Executive Leadership Team and the portfolios they oversee.
National Institutes Grant
The ANU was established in 1946 with a special charter – to give the nation a world-class capacity in research in subject areas which were going to be important for the nation future.
First Nations Governance Forum
Gender equity & inclusion
Mental health strategy
Reconciliation Action Plan
Campuses & Facilities
You will find ANU in the inner-city suburb of Acton, Canberra in the ACT. But we also have other campuses in the ACT, NSW and the NT that house some extraordinary facilities that help support our teaching, learning and research.
Kioloa Coastal campus
Mount Stromlo Observatory
North Australia Research Unit campus
Siding Spring Observatory