Academic Ranking of World Universities

The Australian National University
English Name: The Australian National University
Region: Oceania
Country: Australia
Found Year: 1946
Address: Acton
Website: http://www.anu.edu.au/

ANU 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.

Campus living provides students with all the facilities needed, including a health centre, optometrist, dentist, cafes, restaurants and bars, well-equipped gym and excellent sporting grounds.

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).  As Australia’s only member of this prestigious association, ANU enjoys close relationships with Cambridge, Oxford, Berkeley, Yale, ETH Zurich, Copenhagen, National University of Singapore, Peking and Tokyo Universities.

ANU offers a diverse and distinctive student exchange program with over 100 different institutions and has collaborative projects with organisations ranging from NASA to the European Union.

 

Total Enrollment:
           International Students:3244(%)
Undergraduate Enrollment:8254
           International Students:1833(22%)
Graduate Enrollment:
           International Students:1411(%)

Undergraduate Programs
           Accounting
           Actuarial Studies
           American Studies
           Anthropology
           Arab and Islamic Studies
           Archaeology
           Art History
           Asian Languages
           Associate Degree in Science
           Associate Degree in Science
           Associate Degree in Science
           Astronomy and Astrophysics
           Australian Studies
           Biological Anthropology
           Biology
           Biology
           Biology
           Business Information Systems
           Chemistry
           Classics and Ancient History
           Commerce
           Computer Science
           Computer Science
           Contemporary Europe
           Cultural Studies
           Development Studies
           Digital Arts
           Drama
           Earth and Marine Sciences
           Earth and Marine Sciences
           Econometrics
           Economic History
           Economics
           Engineering
           English
           Environmental Studies
           Ethics
           European Languages
           Film Studies
           Finance
           Forensic Anthropology
           Forestry
           Forestry
           Gender Studies
           Geography
           Geography
           Health, Medicine and the Body
           Health, Medicine and the Body
           History
           Human Ecology
           Human Sciences
           Indigenous Australian Studies
           Information Technology
           Interdisciplinary Studies - Sustainability
           International Business
           International Relations
           Law
           Linguistics and Applied Linguistics
           Management
           Marketing
           Materials Science
           Mathematics
           Medical Science
           Medicine
           Museums and Collections
           Music
           Neuroscience
           Non Language Asian Studies
           Pacific Studies
           Philosophy
           Physics
           Physiology
           Physiology
           Policy Studies
           Political Sciences
           Population Studies
           Psychology
           Psychology
           Religious Studies
           Resource Management and Environmental Science
           Science
           Science Communication
           Social Research
           Social Work
           Sociology
           Software Engineering
           Software Engineering
           Statistics
           Statistics
           Visual Arts
Postgraduate Taught Courses
           Accounting
           Actuarial Studies
           American Studies
           Anthropology
           Arab and Islamic Studies
           Archaeology
           Art History
           Asian Languages
           Astronomy and Astrophysics
           Australian Studies
           Biological Anthropology
           Biology
           Biology
           Biology
           Business Information Systems
           Business Information Systems
           Chemistry
           Classics and Ancient History
           Commerce
           Computer Science
           Computer Science
           Contemporary Europe
           Cultural Studies
           Demography
           Development Studies
           Digital Arts
           Drama
           Earth and Marine Sciences
           Earth and Marine Sciences
           Econometrics
           Economic History
           Economics
           Electronic Commerce
           Engineering
           English
           Environmental Studies
           Ethics
           European Languages
           Film Studies
           Finance
           Forensic Anthropology
           Forestry
           Forestry
           Gender Studies
           Geography
           Geography
           Health, Medicine and the Body
           Health, Medicine and the Body
           History
           Human Ecology
           Human Sciences
           Indigenous Australian Studies
           Information Technology
           Interdisciplinary Studies - Sustainability
           International Business
           International Relations
           Law
           Linguistics and Applied Linguistics
           Management
           Marketing
           Mathematics
           Medical Science
           Medicine
           Museums and Collections
           Music
           Neuroscience
           Non Language Asian Studies
           Pacific Studies
           Philosophy
           Photonics
           Physics
           Policy Studies
           Political Communication
           Political Sciences
           Population Studies
           Psychology
           Psychology
           Religious Studies
           Resource Management and Environmental Science
           Science
           Science Communication
           Social Research
           Sociology
           Software Engineering
           Software Engineering
           Statistics
           Statistics
           Translation Studies
           Visual Arts
Postgraduate Research Programs
           Earth Sciences
           Ecology, Evolution & Systematics
           Economics
           Education
           Engineering
           Environment & Resource Management
           Epidemiology, Population Health & Health Services
           Gender, Sexuality & Culture
           Geographical Sciences
           History
           Humanities
           Indigenous Australia
           Interdisciplinary & Cross-Cultural Studies
           Law
           Linguistics & Languages
           Mathematical Sciences
           Medical Sciences
           Philosophy
           Physics
           Plant Sciences
           Political Science & International Relations
           Psychology
           Public Policy
           Science Communication
           Sociology
           Statistics

Performance in Academic Ranking of World Universities
ARWU 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016
Institutional
Ranking
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Performance in Academic Ranking of World Universities by Broad Subject Fields
Broad Subject Fields 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016
SCI3838354047373751-7551-75101-150
ENG/////101-150101-150101-150151-200/
LIFE444042414251-7551-7551-7551-7551-75
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SOC77-10451-7676-10076-10076-10076-10051-7576-10076-100101-150
Performance in Academic Ranking of World Universities by Subject Fields
Subject Fields 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015
Mathematics51-7577-100/151-200/151-200151-200
Physics41445030283238
Chemistry///////
Computer Science///101-150151-200101-150151-200
Economics/Business///151-200101-150101-150101-150
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