ABOUT ANU

 

 

 

The Australian National University (ANU) is a world-leading university located in Canberra, Australia. With a particular focus on research, ANU consistently performs strongly in global rankings, ranking 1st in Australia and 20th in the world.

 

Colleges at ANU include Arts and Social Sciences, Law, Business and Economics, Asia and the Pacific, Engineering and Computer Science, Physical and Mathematical Sciences, and Medicine and Health Science. ANU is also home to leading research institutions such as the China in the World Centre, the Centre for European Studies, the Centre for Arab and Islamic Studies, and the Crawford School of Public Policy.

 

Almost 22,500 students study at ANU, with a fifth of them living on campus. These students, more evenly divided between undergraduate and postgraduate than many other universities, often go on to careers as experts in their fields. ANU’s location in the heart of our nation’s capital offers unique opportunities to work closely with national institutions and governing bodies, while also being a thriving cultural scene for student life and activities. With modern facilities and a beautiful campus, ANU is the perfect location to host NCMUN.

ANU UN Society

 

The ANU UN Society is one of the largest societies at ANU. It hosts a wide variety of events, including MiniMUNs, film screenings, and speaker events. Outside of life on campus, the society also sends delegations to Australian and international conferences like AMUNC, SydMUN, BrizMUN, WorldMUN, and NMUN. With a friendly atmosphere, the UN Society aims to make MUN something for anyone and everyone.