字典2017-08-30 澳洲留学澳大利亚国立大学介绍



  ANU is a world-leading university in Australia’s capital city, Canberra. Our location points to our unique history, ties to the Australian Government and special standing as a resource for the Australian people.


  Our history

  ANU is Australia's national university and has a unique history among Australian universities.


  Following European settlement in Australia, the area of the Acton Campus was largely transformed by heavy pastoralisation from the 1820s, with two properties - Springbank and Acton, occupying the site. Livestock and cropping markedly changed the open grassland character of the site, and the first modern buildings appeared in the area in the form of homesteads and pastoral outbuildings.


  Walter Geoffrey Duffield first identifies the opportunity for an Australian solar observatory in 1905. In 1908 he returns from his studies in England and a 'Solar Research' conference in Oxford with the plan to establish a solar observatory in Australia.


  With support from the Commonwealth Government, Mt Stromlo is tentatively chosen as a potentially suitable site for an Observatory.


  Following the resumption of the land by the Commonwealth in 1911/12 - the Acton Campus site was earmarked as the early administrative hub of the newly proclaimed Federal Capital Territory - encompassing offices and residences of the fledgling Commonwealth Public Service, the residence of the Administrator and the Canberra Community Hospital (1914). However the site was always envisioned as an educational precinct. In the original design competition for Canberra (1911) - Walter Burley and Marion Mahony Griffin's winning competition entry designated the site for tertiary learning, even going as far as plotting the locations of individual disciplines.








  在英联邦成员国政府的支持下, 斯特姆洛山被选为潜在的天文台。




  ANU College of Arts and Social Sciences

  The ANU College of Arts and Social Sciences (CASS) sets national and international standards in research, education and community engagement across the humanities, creative arts and social sciences.

  Our unique location in Canberra creates an enriched teaching and research environment, giving our researchers and students access to the nation’s political, cultural and collecting institutions and government departments.

  Our researchers shape debates and public policy through consultations, media outreach and through the research they produce. Our disciplines rank highly against other universities globally, and most achieve rankings of above or well above world standard in the Excellence in Research Australia rankings by the Australian Research Council.

  We encourage our staff to continue to push the boundaries of possibilities in their chosen fields.







  ANU College of Business & Economics

  We are proud to be part of the Australian National University, which is the nation’s finest. Our unique mission, as the national university, is to address major issues of national and international importance through our research and teaching. We take that mission very seriously.

  Our focus, within the College of Business and Economics, is on developing leaders who transform business, society and economies.

  The strength of our international reputation attracts exceptional students from Australia, the Asia-Pacific and beyond. We offer every student the opportunity to develop their strengths and the space to decide how they will make their future mark in the world.

  Through their studies, our graduates gain the knowledge and skills to lead organisations, develop public policy, create new companies and undertake research. Our alumni may be found in the world’s leading companies, policy agencies and universities.






  ANU College of Engineering & Computer Science

  We are dedicated to contributing to The Australian National University’s reputation for excellence in research and research-led education.

  With the combined capacity of the Research School of Engineering and Research School of Computer Science, we are at the leading edge within numerous fields, including logic, algorithms and data, signal processing, artificial intelligence, computer vision and robotics, computational mechanics, materials, fabrication, big software systems, energy, networked systems and quantum cybernetics. Our world-class academics undertake high-quality research, training of research students and coursework teaching programs. With small classes, our students benefit from being part of a dynamic and pioneering research environment.

  We recruit and develop future leaders, both students and academics, who will find sustainable solutions to some of the world’s greatest technological and social challenges—including those that have not even been discovered yet. Students are provided with the best educational and research training experience to ensure that they have a comprehensive understanding of a range of interconnected disciplines.

  In collaboration with an extensive network of academic, government and industry partners in Australia, Europe, the Asia Pacific and the United States, we are delivering innovations in many areas. For instance, we are collaborating with Ford Motor Company and Boeing to ensure that their structures are lighter, stronger and more energy efficient. Our large-scale computational research supports product development at companies including Microsoft Research, Facebook, Google, Intel, IBM and Oracle. We also provide specialist advice to business, governments and various professional bodies that influences public policy and decision making. Our students have opportunities to engage with government and industry partners during research training activities.

  Not only do we deliver technological innovation to society, we also raise community awareness of how advancements in engineering and computer science are enriching people’s daily lives. We achieve this by equipping academics and students with strong communication and leadership skills.

  Ultimately, our breakthrough research, incisive knowledge exchange transfer, and commercialisation of game-changing technologies are making significant contributions to a vibrant world economy and safer global community.








  ANU College of Law

  Ranked among the world’s top 16 law schools, the ANU College of Law is Australia’s national law school.

  Balancing global outlook with local focus, we have a long-standing reputation for excellence in education, research and community outreach, and remain focused on our objectives to:

  shape and influence public policy, placing an emphasis on the values of law reform and social justice;

  use our position to help understand and address the major legal, social and political challenges of the 21st century; and

  remain a leader in legal education and research, with the outstanding calibre of our graduates as a key measure of success.

  Across undergraduate, postgraduate and research degrees, the ANU College of Law provides a unique understanding of current law and policy, with our alumni working not only as lawyers, but as agents for social change, improving public policy and enhancing global diplomacy.

  With many academic staff recognised as leaders in their fields, the ANU College of Law has an enviable research profile, holding particular expertise in constitutional and administrative law, international law and environmental law. We have a continued commitment to increasing the representation of women and Indigenous Australians in law and legal practice.

  And while our capital city location links us with the nation’s key law-making and legislative bodies, our ongoing innovation in legal education – including the introduction of the first fully online Juris Doctor from a Group of Eight law school – is allowing more people to study with us, regardless of their location.











  You'll find ANU in the inner-city suburb of Acton, Canberra in the ACT. But we also have other campuses in the ACT, NSW and the NT that house some extraordinary facilities that help support our teaching, learning and research.

  Acton campus

  Our Acton campus is in the heart of Canberra - Australia's capital city - in the Australian Capital Territory (ACT).

  From here it's an easy walk, bike ride or drive to some of Australia's most significant political and cultural institutions including Australian Parliament House.

  Amongst our modern lecture halls, libraries, laboratories, student residences and administration buildings, you'll find all the conveniences of a small suburb including cafes, bars, supermarkets, child care centres, a newsagency, post office and even a medical centre.

  The Acton Campus is well renowned for its landscape setting, with many remnant and planted trees and an obvious commitment to maintenance of open space. ANU maintains over 10,000 trees, including over 500 considered to be of exceptional significance because of their age, history or species and over 300 remnant trees predating European occupation of the area. The areas of Sullivan's Creek and University Avenue are key features of the Acton Campus providing major avenues across the campus that contribute to its 'park like' nature and are also nationally and internationally recognised features of the Acton campus.







  阿克顿校区以风景优美的背景著称。这里有许多遗留下来的和人工种植的树木,并且很容易看到学院为露天场所的维护所做的努力。澳大利亚国立大学保留有1万多棵树木,其中5百多棵因为年代久远、历史或品种而被认为格外重要。在遗留下来的树木中,有3百多棵的历史比欧洲人占领时还早。本校区最重要的特点就是Sullivan's Creek 和大学街,这两个地方有校区内主要的街道,也因此让校区看起来像一个花园。无论是在国内还是国际,这两个地方都被认可为阿克顿校区的经典。

  Kioloa Coastal campus

  The Kioloa Coastal Campus (KCC), Edith and Joy London Foundation is located on the south coast of New South Wales adjacent to the village of Kioloa. KCC is one of Australia's premier field stations, set on 348 hectares of unique landscape extending from the high tide mark through a diverse ecology to thick bushland.

  KCC is on the NSW south coast between Kioloa and Bawley Point villages. It's easy to get here from Canberra, Sydney and Wollongong. KCC has accommodation and research facilities to support short or long-term research, educational field trips, field training courses or other educational activities. Facilities can also be booked for annual retreats, workshops, seminars and meetings.



  科龙海岸校区位于新南威尔士南部海岸,坐落在科龙和Bawley Point村庄之间。从这里到堪培拉、悉尼和卧龙岗都比较方便。科龙海岸校区提供宿舍和研究设备,以支持短期或长期的研究,支持教育野外考察旅行、野外培训课程或其他教育活动。这些设施也可以预定,可以用于每年的休息寓所、工作坊、研讨会或会议。

  North Australia Research Unit campus

  ANU North Australian Research Unit (NARU) campus is a research facility in the Northern Territory with accommodation and other resources for researchers working in north Australia and the surrounding region.

  NARU campus is about a 15km drive from Darwin city and about 8km drive from Darwin International Airport. It was established in 1973 to specialise in research in north Australia and to provide a base and logistic support for Canberra-based members of The Australian National University (ANU) and members of other Australian and overseas institutions undertaking research in North Australia. At the NARU campus, ANU has established the Arafura Timor Research Facility (ATRF), a joint venture between the Australian Institute of Marine Science and ANU.

  ANU academic and research staff based at NARU remain part of their school while at NARU. This structure frees research staff to focus on their research with the full support of their peers. This dynamic structure also allows ANU to respond to new research opportunities in north Australia.






  ANU counts more Nobel Laureates among staff and alumni than any other Australian university.

  Nobel laureates

  ANU is privileged to have hosted a number of Nobel Laureates whose ground-breaking research has increased our understanding of our world, and improved it for the better.





  诺贝尔生理学或医学奖得主,青霉素的联合发现者Howard Florey爵士

  杰出的历史学家Keith Hancock爵士经济学家Herbert Cole Coombs爵士诺贝尔生理学或医学奖得主John Carew Eccles诺贝尔经济学奖得主John Charles Harsanyi


  Rolf M.Zinkernagel诺贝尔生理学或医学奖得主

  Peter C.Doherty诺贝尔物理学奖得主

  Brian Schmidt(2011)鲍勃·霍克,前澳洲工党党魁、前澳洲总理

  Nick Minchin,澳洲国会议员;内阁部长、澳洲自由党国会总书记

  Brett Mason,澳洲国会议员;国会秘书长

  Harry Jenkins,澳洲国会议员兼国会发言人

  Jon Stanhope,澳洲首都特区区长

  Shane Stone,前澳洲北领地首长,澳洲国家自由党党魁

  Stephen Conroy,澳洲国会议员;澳洲通讯传播暨数位经济部部长

  Peter Garrett,澳洲国会议员;澳洲环境部部长

  Craig Emerson,澳洲国会议员;前澳洲经济部部长,现任澳洲外交部长。

  Patricia Hewitt,英国国会议员,内阁成员

  Carlos Jarque,联合国统计委员会主席,墨西哥政治人物与经济学者,美洲开发银行总裁顾问

  Gareth Owens,澳大利亚国立大学荣誉校长,前外交部部长[27] 唐纳德·布拉什,新西兰国家党前党魁和前反对党领袖,新西兰储备银行(中央银行)总裁桂宫宜仁,曾任日澳纽协会总裁;日本农会、山林会、工艺会、漆工协会总裁等职Boediono,印尼副总统、前财政部部长、前中央银行总裁

  Mari Pangestu,印尼贸易部部长,印尼首位华裔女性部长。














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