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Thinking about undertaking postgraduate studies in arts, humanities and social sciences? The ANU College of Arts and Social Sciences (CASS) offers a wide range of postgraduate coursework degrees in the arts, humanities and social sciences to choose from.

At CASS, you will be able to further delve into your chosen field through a Master degree or a shorter Graduate Certificate. Our partnerships with national cultural institutions provide students with unique networking opportunities, hands-on internship programs, and exciting fieldwork.

With a postgraduate qualification in arts, humanities and social sciences from ANU, you could expand your career, build industry connections and have the flexibility to study in a way that works for you.

Applications for Semester 2, 2024 are now open. International applications close on 31 May, 2024 and domestic applications close on 8 July, 2024.

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The Research School of Social Sciences (RSSS) was one of the four foundation research schools of the Institute of Advanced Studies at ANU. For decades it has been a forerunner in social sciences research. It has a proud history and a wonderful depth of talent and outstanding scholarship. We convene workshops, public lectures, debates and roundtables that address issues of public and community importance, and these can be found in the websites of the individual schools and centres.

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“I was lucky that my study and my work complimented each other.” 
Joanna Tan , Master of Translation