Joan Duffield Research Awards at Australian National University (ANU) 2022:
Do you want to go to Australia to study? We’re here to tell you about the Joan Duffield Research Awards, which are presently being considered at Australian National University. We’ll talk about the scholarship, its value, eligibility, and the application process in this article.
ABOUT THE Australian National University (ANU) 2022
Joan Duffield Research Awards are available for Ph.D. students. The Australian National University is providing the scholarship. The Australian National Institution (ANU) is a public research university in Australia’s capital city of Canberra. Seven teaching and research colleges, as well as various national academies and institutes, are located on the Acton campus.
ANU is regarded as one of the world’s top institutions, and the 2022 QS World University Rankings place it first in Australia and the Southern Hemisphere, and second in Australia in the Times Higher Education rankings. When compared to other institutions throughout the world, it is ranked 27th in the QS World University Rankings for 2022, and 54th in the Times Higher Education for 2022.
ANU’s main campus spans 358 acres (1.45 km2) of conventional parkland with university buildings set within it in the Canberra suburb of Acton. The Murray–Darling Basin’s Sullivans Creek bisects ANU, which is flanked by Black Mountain native bushland, Lake Burley Griffin, the suburb of Turner, and the Canberra central business area. Many university locations have historical value dating back to the founding of the nation’s capital, with the Commonwealth Heritage List recognizing over 40 structures and several others on municipal lists.
ANU got an International Maintainable Campus Network Award in 2009 and was voted the second greenest university campus in Australia in 2011. It has over 10,000 trees on its campus.
The Australian Academy of Science, the Australian Academy of the Humanities, the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia, and the Australian Academy of Law are four of Australia’s five learned societies. ANU is also home to the Australian National Centre for Public Awareness of Science and the National Film and Sound Archive, as well as the National Museum of Australia and the CSIRO.
In the 2022 QS World University Rankings, ANU was ranked 27th in the world (first in Australia), while in the 2022 Times Higher Education, it was ranked equal 54th in the world (second in Australia, tied with the University of Queensland).
ANU was ranked 6th in the world for geology, 7th in the world for philosophy, 8th in the world for politics, 9th in the world for sociology, 13th in the world for development studies, and 15th in the world for linguistics in the QS World University Rankings by Subject 2020. According to a 2017 research by Times Higher Education, ANU is the world’s seventh (and Australia’s first) most international institution.
The Australian National University Students’ Association (ANUSA) represents undergraduate and ANU College students, while the Postgraduate and Research Students’ Association (PARSA) represents postgraduates at the Australian National University. On behalf of all students, the Australian National University Union oversees food, retail outlets, and function amenities.