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Student Studying

Undergraduate study

ANU students have the opportunity to study with some of the world's best environmental researchers. A broad range of courses are available including environmental science, geography, environmental law, ecology, and sustainable development.

Study options are available at undergraduate and graduate levels including coursework and research programs and include flexible double degree programs. For more information, visit Study Options.

Real world projects

ANUgreen works with academics and students by sharing data and providing campus-related student projects. Opportunities include: biodiversity monitoring, transport surveys and habitat restoration.

Students may also participate in a six week international sustainability internship.

Campus as Classroom

The ANU campus offers a beautiful and ecologically diverse landscape and practical environmental management initiatives as a learning tool to teach students real-world skills.

Degree by Research

ANU has one of the largest concentrations of expertise devoted to the management, science, economics and policy of environmental issues and resource use in Australia and the Asia-Pacific region.

The Student Gateway provides information for people wishing to undertake research programs at ANU.

Find a supervisor

The ANU Researchers database enables prospective research students to find academics to supervise their research program at ANU.

Updated:  28 July 2016/Responsible Officer:  Director, Facilities & Services Division/Page Contact:  Systems & Information Technology