As part of your application to study an undergraduate and/or postgraduate degree at ANU you can choose a number of degree preferences. It is important that you list the degree that you would most like to study as your first preference. For example, if you would like to study the Bachelor of International Relations you should list this as your first preference and the Bachelor of Arts as your second preference, as you can complete an international relations major in both degrees. Also, you can include combined degrees in your preference list – if your first choice is a combined degree (eg. Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Commerce) you should list this as your first preference and the relevant single degree (eg. Bachelor of Arts) as your second or later preference.
Australian and New Zealand applicants
If you are an Australian or New Zealand citizen, to apply for an undergraduate and/or postgraduate degree at ANU you need to apply through the Universities Admission Centre (UAC). Your application to UAC allows you to list up to nine degree preferences.
Detailed information on how to apply including closing dates for domestic students can be found on the ANU applications and offers webpage.
If you are an international applicant, our authorized educational agents can help you discover your study options in undergraduate and/or postgraduate degree at ANU. You will be able to find an agent in your country through our "Find an educational agent" webpage.
Detailed information on how to apply including closing dates for international students can be found on the ANU applications and offers webpage.
International applicants studying in Australia or New Zealand
If you are an international student who is currently undertaking an Australian Year 12 qualification, an International Baccalaureate in Australia, or the New Zealand National Certificate of Educational Achievement Level 3, you may apply to study at ANU through the Universities Admissions Centre (UAC) website. Find a full list of ANU degrees and application deadlines on the UAC website.