A Summer Research Scholarship at The Australian National University is an exceptional research opportunity for undergraduate students, providing insight into what studying for an Honours or a graduate research degree is all about.
A week of intense debate has kicked off for students competing for the chance to represent Australia at the 2016 Philip C. Jessup International Moot Court Competition to be held in Washington, D.C.
Recent media reports about the changes to ATAR cut-offs over the past five years show there can often be much more than meets the eye when it comes to the ATAR needed for a particular course or university.
ANU College of Law Masters student, Sarah Castles is off to The Hague as the first recipient of the ANU Fellowship to the Permanent Court of Arbitration.
ANU student Ross Tan has been awarded one of the inaugural and elite Schwarzman Scholarships to study for 12 months in Beijing.
Three ANU law students have won the opportunity to spend their holiday break studying with academics from the ANU College of Law through the Summer Research Scholarship.
Recent investigations into the alleged actions of Mal Brough have led some to suggest that “Westminster tradition” demands he step aside. But ANU Law expert Ryan Goss asks what does “Westminster tradition” mean in Australia, and how does ministerial responsibility work?
Diagnosed with cancer last year, Nicki Bruno never imagined she would have completed studies in Australian Migration Law at ANU, and have built her own business as a migration agent in Canberra.