Computing at ANU

HIGHLY RANKED & REGARDED, COMPUTING AT ANU WILL GIVE YOU AN EDUCATION THAT WILL MAKE A DIFFERENCE.

YOU WILL HAVE THE PERFECT BALANCE OF PRACTICE AND ENGAGEMENT WITH INDUSTRY, AS WELL AS THE THEORY THAT WILL ALLOW YOU TO ADAPT TO NEW TECHNOLOGIES THROUGHOUT YOUR CAREER.


Choose computing

It's changing the future of our world, and everyday life, but there are other reasons to choose computing.

» Portable: Work anywhere in the world.

» Flexible: Large, small, private or public - All organisations need computing. You can work from home, on your own or in a team.

» Creative: Design and develop innovative solutions.

» Rewarding: Computing professionals help to solve some of the world's greatest social, environmental and economic problems.

» Rewarded: Because of the nature of their work, and the challenges they undertake, our graduates receive the highest starting salaries of all ANU graduates after entering the workforce.

Choose ANU

ANU is ranked in the top two in Australia in the field if computing, but there are many other reasons to choose ANU.

» Diverse: ANU has a range of computing programs on offer. Whether you are looking for high or low maths requirement, an advanced technical specialisation, generic skills in IT, a high-achiever stream or a degree with greater client orientation and communication skills - Computing at ANU has it all.

» Balanced: You will have the right mix of practical and theoretical study. You will work on projects with real-world clients, become industry ready and be able to adapt to the rapid changes in technology that are a feature of the industry.

» Choice: At ANU you have the opportunity to combine your computing degree with just about every other degree here.

Our degrees

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Student invited to international conference

After interning at Microsoft Research, undergraduate student James Bornholt has been invited to present his paper on data uncertainty at a prestigious international conference in the US.

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