Watch on demand: CASS – ANU Virtual Open Week sessions

Monday 7 September 2020

In light of COVID-19 restrictions on in-person events, this year’s The Australian National University Open Day went virtual and extended across the week of 22-28 August. 

Australia’s #1 university showcased its offerings for 2021, with the ANU College of Arts and Sciences running nearly 60 sessions across all its disciplines. 

From an overview of our most popular program the Bachelor of Arts, to a session in which our language students discussed their project making COVID-19 information more accessible to vulnerable Canberrans, to live music performances from the ANU School of Music, to an exploration of the Bachelor of International Relations – our sessions were diverse and confirm why there is no better place to study arts, humanities, and social sciences. 

If you missed CASS Virtual Open Week or any sessions you had wanted to attend, you can catch up on them below. For any queries about studying with CASS, please drop us a line at 

CASS – ANU Virtual Open Week sessions 

A broader view on arts, humanities, and social sciences 
ANU Bachelor of Arts with Prof Rae Frances 
Effective Communication saves lives: The work of the ANU Institute for Communication in Health Care 
What can you do with your degree in the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences? 

Anthropology and archaeology 
Biological Anthropology: Our origin story and our future 
Studying Archaeology 
Understanding humanity’s past, present and future 

Australian Indigenous studies 
Study Australian Indigenous Studies at Australia's national university 

English and languages 
ANU students making COVID-19 information more accessible 
English literature, creative writing and drama 
European Languages 

General and applied linguistics and translation 
Linguistics - How language works 
Master of General and Applied Linguistics 
Postgraduate Studies in Translation 

History, heritage and culture 
Being Human in the Digital World 
Career pathways in Museums, Heritage & the cultural sector: Masters in Museums & Heritage Studies 
Classics Museum tour and the map of Rome 
From a BA History degree to museum curator 
Research and careers in the digital and public sphere for humanities and web science 
So you think you know the movies?
Why History Matters 

Human society 
Are lockdowns morally justified? COVID-19 raises moral & political challenges 
Demography - Your window to understanding and shaping the future 
Gender Studies at ANU 
Moving beyond nature/culture divides: the importance of socio-ecological studies
Studying Criminology 
Studying Sociology 

Political science and public policy 
A Career in International Relations with Dr Michael Zekulin 
Crown Princes, Oil, and Politics in the Persian Gulf 
Politics, Philosophy & Economics (PPE) in Theory & Practice 
Studying Politics with Dr Matthew Kerby 
The Middle East: Beyond the Headlines 

Social research and demography 
Tracking Australia’s wellbeing during the COVID-19 pandemic 

Visual arts and design 
Applied Creativity - Introducing the Bachelor of Design 
Change your world: Masters by Coursework in Visual Art, Design or Art History & Curatorial Practice 
So you want to be an artist with Ashley Eriksmoen 
Study at the Centre for Art History & Art Theory 

Beyond CASS 
Internships that make a difference 

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