Chidubem Nwagbara (Glory)

Nigerian graduate student, Glory Nwagbara, has been studying the Master of Energy Change program at the Australian National University (ANU) in Canberra. “It was the Energy Change Masters course that attracted me to...

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Andrew Staniforth

After graduating from his undergraduate studies, Andrew Staniforth had a clear idea of where he wanted his career to go. “I worked for a year in child protection and knew that I wanted to be a psychologist. I firmly...

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Deepthi Menon

"Being a graduate student at ANU has opened a plethora of opportunities that one can only fathom if one experiences it personally. I can vouch for the excellent lab facilities, access to some of the best research...

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We offer a number of internationally recognised Master programs, designed to be flexible to meet your specific needs.

Our graduates work for universities and research institutions, for governments, and in the not-for-profit sector both in Australia and overseas. Employment destinations for our recent graduates have included Google, the World Bank, NASA and the World Health Organisation.

Other graduates combine their science education with entrepreneurial skills to create successful businesses.

A degree in science opens the doors to many, often unexpected, careers.

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