Australian National University (ANU) Postgraduate research or a higher degree by research (HDR) program is a research focused degree generally taken by students who has completed a prior degree with a significant research component.
Australian National University Postgraduate research degrees include PhD, M.Phil and professional doctorates.
- Candidate should hold or be about to complete, an Australian Bachelor Degree with at least 2nd Class Honors. Generally Upper 1st Class Honors is required or its international equivalent/PG Degree with a major research thesis component.
- A mentor should be ready at ANU keen to supervise your research.
- All aspirants must meet the University’s English Language proficiency requirements for students.
How to apply
Applications can be sent throughout the year. But if candidate is applying for a research scholarship, deadline of the scholarship application must be checked.
Following are the steps to be followed in order to take admission in ANU PG Research:
- Find a mentor and a suitable College for yourself
ANU College of Arts & Social Sciences
ANU College of Asia & the Pacific
ANU College of Business & Economics
ANU College of Engineering & Computer Science
ANU College of Law
ANU College of Medicine, Biology & Environment, and ANU College of Physical & Mathematical Sciences
- Fulfill the College pre-application requirements: Colleges will ask aspirants to identify and secure the support of a supervisor before submission of application for admission. Some Colleges may ask applicants to submit a short description of their proposed area of research as an expression of interest and a summary of their academic qualifications, including grades, to a central contact first.
- Submit the Application & referee reports
|Organization||Australian National University|
|Subject areas||Any discipline|
|Eligibility||International students can apply|