ANU graduates rated Australia’s most employable

ANU graduates have been rated the nation’s most employable (for the 5th year in a row!). ANU students get a well-rounded education that employers are looking for. They learn from the world’s leading minds and they get the chance to do fieldwork, internships and global travel.

ANU graduates have been ranked Australia’s most employable graduates and are among the most sought after employees worldwide. The latest Global Employability University ranking, published by the Times Higher Education, rated ANU as Australia’s top university for getting a job for the fifth consecutive year.

ANU is a world-leading university in Australia’s capital city, Canberra, a world-leading centre for research, education and policy engagement. ANU counts more Nobel Laureates among staff and alumni than any other Australian university (including our Vice Chancellor!).

At ANU, you’ll get a world class qualification and an educational experience to help you stand out in the jobs market, here and overseas. Our students get internship experience in places like the Australian Parliament, the Australian Academy of Science, CSIRO and Geoscience Australia (to name a few). ANU have a global outlook in which we strongly encourage students to seek international experiences as part of their education and develop leadership skills, it’s our students that make us among the top most employable universities in the world.

For further information on what makes ANU graduates so employable, click here.

Calling high-achievers: be unique and get innovative!

Australian National University – College of Engineering and Computer Science

If you’re a high-achieving student, look no further than the Australian National University’s distinguished research and development (R&D) degrees. Unlike any other degree in Australia, you’ll have the opportunity to take advanced courses and work alongside leading researchers on innovative research projects.

Watch this video to find out more about ANU’s elite degrees. Further info can be found on the ANU website here.

 

News from The Australian National University

ANU is coming to a city near you

If you’re the type of student who wants to push your academic boundaries we have a range of undergraduate research degrees that will help you get the most out of your university degree.

Come along to one of our information sessions, kicking off in Melbourne on 9 May, and talk to ANU staff, current students and academic advisors about our range of research based undergraduate degrees.

For more information and to register visit our event page.

Get Set – Girls in Engineering and Technology Program

Girls in Engineering and Technology Program (GET Set) is designed for female students in years 11 and 12, who wish to explore education and career options in engineering or technology.

ANU Girls in Engineering and Technology

ANU Girls in Engineering and Technology

It is a free, fun-filled day of non-competitive activities including design, test and build tasks, lectures and demonstrations.

Date – Friday 13 May 2016

Time – 8.30am – 4.00pm

Where – ANU College of Engineering and Computer Science, Ian Ross Building 31, North Road, The Australian National University.

Lunch and snacks provided.

For more information visit, ANU College of Engineering and Computer Science.