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Talk about study abroad Im intersted to study in Australian National University.

I want study to Austrlia because I think Australia is the one of many country that had a good education. Australia had some Universitys that familiar in International education, include Australian National University, Universuty of Melbourne, Adelaide and etc. So why I choosed Australian National University? The Australian National University (ANU) is one of the
worlds leading universities, recognised internationally for its cutting-edge research and excellence in teaching. As the national university, ANU is committed to advancing the nation and educating tomorrows leaders. Australian National University included of 40 the best

university in the world, and they be 37 order, under University of Melbourne. Australian National University located in Canberra. The University superior in some faculty or depth.
ANU offers programs and courses in a range of academic areas, allowing students to elect specific courses, or combine degree programs, so that they can study across multiple academic areas. There are divided to some depth or programs like Art & Social Sciences

Includes humanities, languages, social sciences, classics, English, creative arts, archaeology, anthropology, politics and more, Business & Economics Includes accounting, actuarial studies, business administration, international business, commerce, finance, management, marketing and more, Engineering & Computing Includes mechanical and electrical engineering, software engineering, information technology, computing science and more, Science & Mathematics Includes astrophysics, chemistry, climate, geoscience, mathematical computation, microscopy, nature, physics, statistics and more, Medicine & Medical Science Includes ageing, bioscience, genetics, immunology, medicine, mental health, neuroscience, population health, psychology, and more, Law Includes environmental law, commercial law, international law, legal practice, migration law, governance and more.
The Australian National University is one of the world's great research universities. We teach what we research and this gives you a unique learning experience, whether this is during an 8-12 week summer project, an honours year to round off your undergraduate degree, or for a higher qualification like the Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) or the Master of Philosophy (MPhil). They have research opportunities in a wide range of fields across engineering and computer science. So, Australian National University very superior in research and development. Three Profesors in ANU got a nobel in medicine sector, and one in economic. Beside that, Anu also stick out in technology of nuclear and had conecting with NASA. If I study in ANU I will choose Engineering ang Computer Science programs, for specific like in Maranatha I would like to be Electrical Engineering. The Programs are:

Single degrees

Bachelor of Engineering (Research & Development) Bachelor of Engineering Bachelor of Software Engineering

Combined degrees

Engineering and Computer Science Flexible Double Degree options And I will choose Bachelor of Engineering.

Bachelor of Engineering
Suited to: Students who enjoy problem solving and who are interested in using the principles found in maths and science to design solutions to many of societys problems. Entry: 87 ATAR (2012) Pre-requisites: ACT- Mathematical Methods. NSW- HSC Mathematics or equivalent. Careers:Graduates work as accredited professional engineers. Their skills are highly sought after across many professions and graduates often progress to senior management roles.

Year Semester 1 Discovering Engineering Engineering Sciences Advanced Physics 1 Mathematics & Applications 1 Systems Engineering Design Mechanical Systems & Design Electronic Systems & Design Calculus & Differential Equations or Elective Course (6 units) Investment Decisions & Financial Systems Engineering Major Engineering Major Elective Course (6 units) Systems Engineering Project Engineering Major Individual Project Elective Course (6 units)

Semester 2 Introduction to Mechanics Introduction to Electronics Programming for Scientists Mathematics & Applications 2 Systems Engineering Analysis Computing for Engineering Simulation Engineering Major Elective Course (6 units) Engineering Management Engineering Major Engineering Major Elective Course (6 units) Engineering Law Engineering Elective Individual Project Elective Course (6 units)

About the program


As a Bachelor of Engineering student, you graduate with the necessary skills and technical know-how to excel in your chosen field. You will be able to design, analyse and manage complex engineering systems involving many different engineering disciplines and be highly sought after by employers as a result. The ability to manage complex systems is made possible by the 'systems engineering' approach that is applied to our engineering program this is what makes ANU graduates different to other engineering graduates. The secret to the systems engineering approach, or interdisciplinary systems engineering as it is known at Harvard University and Cambridge University, is that graduates are taught more than just one engineering area. Modern organisations need engineers who can understand the design and performance of the whole engineering system and not just one individual component. For example, while it is important that a telecommunications engineer be an expert in communications, the systems approach ensures that this engineer also has a sound understanding of materials, electronics, computing and business management. This ensures the best and most efficient product design, performance and production. There is no point having the most amazing communications technology in your mobile phone if it is the size of a shoebox and the materials cost thousands of dollars. Building on a solid foundation of science and engineering fundamentals, the Bachelor of Engineering at ANU ensures you will be well prepared for engineering practice. While the systems approach ensures you are equipped to work across a number of engineering disciplines, a number of professional development courses including finance, law and ethical practices guarantee that as an ANU graduate, you will become a complete accredited engineer. Students will undertake a major (eight courses) in one of the following areas:

Electronics & Communication Systems Mechanical & Materials Systems Mechatronic Systems Photonic Systems Renewable Energy Systems Sustainable Systems

Aims and overview The ANU Bachelor of Engineering (BE) degree is a four-year undergraduate program accredited by the national professional body, Engineers Australia. Its main aim is to prepare students for successful careers as professional engineering managers, designers, analysts, educators and researchers.

The BE program is characterised by an interdisciplinary systems approach to engineering that will enable graduate engineers to solve the engineering problems of the future. The traditional areas of electrical and mechanical engineering provide the foundations to this approach, and a compulsory core of courses in engineering systems provides the skills and techniques for complex problem solving. This is supplement by project work on real-life engineering problems. Courses in engineering management, finance and law are also included to produce well-rounded and multi-skilled engineering professionals. The ANU Engineering program is also underscored by technological trends that cut across the boundaries that typically exist between the traditional disciplines of engineering. These trends are reflected by the engineering majors and minors. They provide students with an opportunity to specialise in an area of strength or interest. The majors and minors also reflect the research activity in the Research School of Engineering and are, therefore, an opportunity to engage with the cutting-edge areas that contribute to ANU's reputation for research-intensive education. The engineering majors and minors currently offered are in the areas of:

electronic and communication systems mechanical and material systems mechatronic systems photonic systems renewable energy systems

A major or minor in sustainable systems is also possible through selection of engineering courses along with specified courses from the ANU Fenner School of Environment and Society . The ANU BE program produces graduates that will demonstrate the following generic attributes, as required for professional accreditation by Engineers Australia (EA). The attributes are mapped to the EA stage 1 competencies that must be demonstrated for accreditation.

a sound and broad knowledge of basic science and engineering; (Competencies PE1 and PE2) the ability to communicate effectively with engineers and the general public; (PE1-PE3) in-depth discipline knowledge; (PE1) common sense, scientific and engineering knowledge to identify, formulate and solve problems; (PE1-PE3) a systems approach to engineering analysis, design, operation and management; (PE1PE3) the ability to contribute to a multidisciplinary and multicultural team; (PE1-PE3) awareness of the social, cultural, global, environmental, legal and business aspects of engineering, including a commitment to the principles of sustainable development; (PE3) an understanding of the responsibilities of an inclusive and socially aware engineering professional, including a commitment to the Engineers Australia Code of Ethics, life-long learning and continuing professional development (PE3).

These attributes are engendered by the program structure that includes compulsory courses in basic science, engineering fundamentals, systems engineering, management, finance and law. The program of study is the same for all students in the first year, with specialisation starting in

year 2 through the selection of courses from the list of engineering electives towards one or more of the majors and minors. The teaching and assessment processes throughout the program also serve to develop the attributes listed above. There is a significant amount of project and design work, small-group teaching that encourages collaborative learning and problem solving, and practical laboratory work. The importance of written and oral communication is also emphasised. The final year of the program is characterised by a systems engineering group project and an individual project. The systems engineering group project is a capstone course that addresses a problem relevant to industry. It is an opportunity for students to apply the knowledge gained throughout their BE program and simulates as far as possible the experience of functioning as an engineer after graduation. The individual project is an opportunity for in-depth study in an area of interest with a research supervisor, and will foster individual attributes such as creativity, innovation and the ability to personally manage an engineering project. Students may specialise through their choice of Engineering majors and minors and other University electives. Students are encouraged to create a diverse program of study from a variety of engineering disciplines to take full advantage of the unique educational opportunities offered by ANU Engineering. An Engineering Internship program is also available for selected students. This is an opportunity to spend 3 or 6 months full-time in industry and gain real-life experience as an engineer. It is view by the School as an increasingly important part of professional engineering education. A flexible curriculum and assessment scheme has been designed for the internship program so that it can be integrated into the BE program. This means students can receive full credit for their internship and gain valuable experience without delaying their graduation.

Prerequisites
ACT: Maths Methods major OR Specialist Maths (recommended) NSW: Mathematics SA/NT: Mathematics 1 TAS: Mathematics Stage 2 VIC: Mathematical Methods 3 & 4 QLD: Mathematics B or Mathematics C WA: Applicable Mathematics or Calculus IB: Mathematics (HL) or Mathematics (SL)