College of Business and Economics, Australian National University is a public instte located in Canberra, Australia offering Higher education in Australia. It was established in 1946 and ever since, it has been providing theoretical as well as practical knowledge in various study areas. It offers courses pertaining to the fields of business and economics and is significantly contributing to producing future leaders.
The college offers various undergraduate and postgraduate courses in business and economics. Some of the most popular domains in which the courses are offered include microeconomics, money, and banking, international economics, industrial organizations, public sector economics, industrial organizations, optimization, strategic thinking, econometrics.
Admissions at College of Business and Economics, Australian National University are an entirely online process taht requires an application fee of 100 AUD. The university is home to approximately 20,000 students. The diverse lifestyle and safe environment of the University attract the students to study in Australia. The Application for undergraduates has closed already on May 18, 2020, and the decision will be given by June 8, 2020.
|Student strength||20,000 (approx.)|
|Degrees offered||Undergraduate and postgraduate|
|Application fee||100 AUD|
|Test scores accepted||TOEFL, IELTS, PTE, GMAT|
|Financial aid||Scholarships, grants, loans|
Where to apply: Apply via the online application portal
Application fee: 100 AUD (non-refundable)
English proficiency requirements for regular award programs:
|Test accepted||Minimum Required score|
|TOEFL paper-based test||Minimum of 570|
|TOEFL internet-based test||80, minimum 20 in reading and writing and 18 in speaking and listening|
|IELTS||6.5 overall with a minimum of 6 in each section.|
Basic Admission requirements
The table below mentions the cost of living in Australia. The costs are estimated and may vary.
|Tuition fee*||45,000 AUD per year|
|Accommodation (per week)||160 AUD- 301 AUD|
|Food and groceries (per week)||100 AUD- 167 AUD|
|Travel (per week)||34 AUD|
|Books and supplies||1,260 AUD per year|
|Electricity and gas (per week)||41 AUD.|
*tuition fee mentioned is average and approximated.
|Name of the scholarship||Value||Selection criteria|
|ANU College of Business and Economics Community Engagement Award||1,000 AUD (one time)||Academic Merit|
|ANU College of Business and Economics Honors Scholarship||15,000 AUD annum||Available to students enrolled in full-time honors program.|
|ANU College of Business and Economics International Graduate Scholarship||50% reduction in International tuition fee.||Merit-based scholarship given to students enrolled in a graduate course.|
ANU College of Business and Economics has a separate career management center for its students. The career management center conducts various career fairs and placement drives for the students. Students are provided with various job opportunities to start their careers in their respective fields.
COLLEGE STUDENT REVIEWS
|Affiliation||Australian National University|
|Average Cost of Attendance||$33,037 / Year|
The table shows average yearly cost of attendance for international students. Amount may vary with the course opted, nature of accommodation, and personal spending habits of a candidate. Check Program wise Fees
|Undergraduate Programs||$31,646 / Year|
|Post Graduate Program||$33,037 / Year|
|Total Faculty||Full Time||Part time||Graduate Assistants|
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Rank (Out of Colleges)
#33 [Out of 401]
64.6 [Out of 100]
#30 [Out of 500]
80.1 [Out of 100]
#40 [Out of 300]
78.2 [Out of 100]
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#8 [Out of 200]
86.8 [Out of 100]
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#101 - #150 [Out of 500]
#39 [Out of 500]
81 [Out of 100]
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I chose ANU and CBE mainly because of the rankings and how much I liked the campus. My admission counselor recommended me ANU after seeing the success of one of the clients he had sent to ANU. I did apply to some other universities in the G8 category but ANU was always my first preference. Although it being expensive for international students I reckon it is going to be worth it.
All of them are highly qualified, competent and well accredited but it still really is subject matter to the course you're taking and if you're attending lectures or seeing them online.
*All distance are measured radially. Actual distance may vary