ANU College of Asia and the Pacific Contact

 Future Student Enquiries number: 1800 620 032

http://www.anu.edu.au/futurestudent

Current student enquiries: 02 6125 3207               

cap.student@anu.edu.au

Crawford School of Public Policy number and adress

Student inquiries

+61 6125 9978
crawford.degrees@anu.edu.au

PhD inquiries

+61 2 6125 8537
cap.hdr@anu.edu.au

General inquiries

+61 2 6125 4705
crawford@anu.edu.au

School Manager

Nick Walsh

+61 2 6125 6451
nick.walsh@anu.edu.au

Address

Crawford School of Public Policy
ANU College of Asia and the Pacific
J. G. Crawford Building
132 Lennox Crossing
Acton ACT 2601 Australia

Coral Bell School of Asia Pacific Affairs phone number and address

School Manager

Christine Sullivan

+61 2 6125 3104
christine.sullivan@anu.edu.au

Address

Coral Bell School of Asia Pacific Affairs
ANU College of Asia and the Pacific
Hedley Bull Building
130 Garran Road
Acton ACT 2601 Australia

+61 2 6125 9921
bellschool@anu.edu.au

School of Culture, History & Language number and address

The School of Culture, History and Language (CHL) is a community of researchers dedicated to investigating and learning with and about the people, languages and lands of Asia and the Pacific.

Specialists in the Pacific region remain the core of Australian knowledge within the Asia Pacific region and Australian National University within CHL Asia College.

School of Regulation and Global Governance Email and address

Please direct all general enquiries to regnet@anu.edu.au.

For enquiries about our programs please use regnet.education@anu.edu.au

If you are a RegNet alumni please use regnet.alumni@anu.edu.au

Postal Address

School of Regulation and Global Governance (RegNet)
HC Coombs Extension Building 8
The Australian National University
Canberra ACT 2600

ANU College of Asia and the Pacific

He is pleased to introduce you to ANU College in Asia and one of the world's leading centers for teaching, research and outreach in the Pacific.

Since the founding of The Australian National University in 1946, the college has governed Australia's engagement and understanding of its neighborhood. The work done here has established the university as a global center of excellence in research, teaching and influence on Asia and the Pacific.

The college has its roots in the University's Research School of Pacific Studies and the School of Oriental Languages, which were established in 1946 and 1952 respectively. The Research School of Pacific Studies was a founding body of ANU, which was formed to understand Australia and its neighborhood. The School of Oriental Language was established to train diplomats and public servants in Chinese and later Japanese, Bahasa Indonesia and Malay.

With the College’s focus on Asia and the Pacific more relevant now than ever, ANU is indisputably the best place to prepare the next generation of regional specialists for the challenges of the Asian century.

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