Australian National University Application Deadline 2023-2024
Australian National University Application Deadline 2023-2024; Anu early entry 2023-2024
Anu early entry 2023-2024
The usual closing dates that apply to many of our courses are as follows for applications. The application dates for many of our courses, however, are course-specific. Please be aware that certain course applications close before the regular deadline. The dates and deadlines for each course’s application process are listed here. Please perform a course search to find out information about the course, such as its availability and admission requirements.
Please be aware that application deadlines are subject to change and that some programs are subject to quota and/or clinical placements. To ensure that the acceptance and enrolling processes are finished by the Term Start Dates, applications must be submitted before the application deadline for the planned study period (Term). Toggle between the options below to learn more about important deadlines for admission and scholarships. Anu early entry 2023-2024
Applications to ANU open earlier than ever before.
|5 September 2022
|Offers released (September round, based on Year 11 results)
|5 October 2022
|Offer acceptance deadline (September round)
|1 November 2022
|Change of preference reopens for all programs except for Bachelor of Health Science
|1 November 2022
|Document upload reopens for Year 11 results, Co-Curricular activities, and supporting documents for adjustment factors
|10 November 2022
|Deadline to add Bachelor of Visual Arts or Bachelor of Design as a preference**
|30 November 2022
|Deadline to add Bachelor of Philosophy (Honours) – Science and Bachelor of Philosophy (Honours)- Humanities and Social Sciences as a preference
|30 November 2022
|Document upload closes for any supporting documents
|18 December 2022
|Change of preference closes for the rest of the programs (December round)
|22 December 2022
|Offers released (December round, based on the better of your Year 11 and Year 12 results)
|2 January 2023
|Change of preference reopens for all programs except for programs with additional selection criteria** (January round)
|4 January 2023
|Change of preference closes (January round)
|9 January 2023
|Offers released (January round, based on the better of your Year 11 and Year 12 results)
|24 January 2023
|Final deadline to accept offers -December and January round (Academic + Scholarship) offers
|13 February 2023
|ANU Orientation Week
|20 February 2023
You will be asked to submit particular paperwork as part of your direct application to ANU. Ensure that you are ready.
Gather the following documentation:
- Official ID (birth certificate, citizenship documents, passport)
- Details of your senior secondary studies and current qualifications
- Documents supporting your co-curricular or service activities
- Documents supporting your eligibility for the National Access Scheme (academic, equity, and elite athlete adjustment factors)
- Additional documentation may be required depending on your circumstance, we’ll let you know if anything else is required during your application.
- Elite Athlete Friendly University (EAFU) Entry Scheme
How to apply – domestic undergraduate
Direct applications are easy to submit to ANU. Take the procedures listed below to make sure you are prepared to apply.
Step 1: Check you’re eligible to submit a direct application to ANU
- Your studies for Australian Year 12 (with an ATAR) or an International Baccalaureate Diploma will be completed in November depending on whether you completed Australian Year 11 or International Baccalaureate Year 11.
- You will be submitting an application for a 2024-starting undergraduate program.
- You are a domestic student, this includes:
- Australian citizens;
- New Zealand citizens;
- Holders of an Australian permanent humanitarian visa; and
- Permanent residents of Australia.
Step 2: Consider which ANU programs are best for you
- To select a program that best matches your interests, view the Programs and Courses section.
- You can view additional entry requirements that are necessary as part of your application, such as the minimum selection rank, prerequisites, study alternatives, and any other needs.
Step 3: Check that you meet the co-curricular or service requirement
- Your knowledge gained outside of the classroom is taken into account by the co-curricular or service requirement and is acknowledged in your ANU application.
- You must present proof of your activities from the previous two years, such as transcripts from school or awards for volunteer work. You can look at examples of the kinds of documentation we accept or get guidance from our template for supporting documentation.
Step 4: Elect to be considered for a scholarship
- By selecting “yes” when requested, you can request consideration for a wide range of ANU scholarships during the application process.
Step 5: Explore your accommodation options
- Your application includes a guarantee of on-campus housing. They will try their best to place you in your selected Residence or College, and you can pick between a catered, Flexi-catered, or self-catered experience.
- Check out your lodging choices so you may choose which Residence to list on your application.
- By enrolling in a non-residential hall once you get to ANU, you can still fully experience campus life even if you don’t intend to live there.
Step 6: Prepare your supporting documentation
As part of your application, you must submit supporting paperwork, such as:
- official ID (birth certificate, citizenship documents, passport)
- details of your senior secondary studies and current qualifications
- documents supporting your co-curricular or service activities
- documents supporting your eligibility for the ANU Adjustment Factors (academic, equity, and elite athlete adjustment factors)
Step 7: Apply!
You can submit or edit your application through our direct applications portal when it is open.
1800 620 032 (within Australia)
+61 2 6125 7257 (outside Australia)
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