Canberra, the national capital of Australia, is located in the Australian Capital Territory (ACT). Situated on the ancient lands of the Indigenous Ngunnawal people, Canberra’s name is thought to mean ‘meeting place’. For more information check the school website.
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    Courses
  • 1120 - 1290
    Living Costs per Month
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About Location

It offers all the cosmopolitan benefits of being a modern, vibrant city, while exuding the relaxed and friendly ambiance of a larger country town. In many ways, living in Canberra is the best of both worlds

Teaching Method

The high-quality education offered, together with the convenience of a modern city and pristine natural environment, as well as access to some of the country’s top attractions, means students can experience a healthy and safe place to concentrate on their studies.

Facilities

17 purpose built classrooms with ICT (Information and Communication Technology) facilities over 2 levelsSDL (Self Directed Learning) with computerised language learning softwareWireless network and internet access for studentsAccess to ANU libraries*Comfortable student common room with kitchen facilities

Services

Quiet study and ICT resource areas for studentsFirst Aid Officers availableAssistance from a student welfare support officer

Accommodation

ANU College students have the option to stay in on-campus accommodations – with a range of residential styles – or live with local families.

Activities

On campus BBQs, themed activities (like Loud Shirt Day) as well all manner of sporting options (indoor soccer, basketball, ten pin bowling, golf, badminton and table tennis)