All Undergraduate student profiles

Simon Fenske

As the first member of his family to travel to Canberra, let alone study at ANU, Cairns-native Simon Fenske braved the capital’s cool climate to join a community of the world’s leaders in Pacific S

 Hannah Woodford-Smith

Hannah Woodford-Smith

With a self-proclaimed “clichéd dream to help people and effect positive change in the world,” Hannah Woodford-Smith enrolled in the Bac

Meet Joshua Griffiths

Joshua Griffiths

For Josh Griffiths, the Year in Asia program was always an attractive drawcard for studying at ANU.

Rosalind Moran

Rosalind Moran

Growing up bilingual, Diploma of Languages student Rosalind Moran was always able to appreciate the world around her from different cultural perspectives.

Rosalind Moran

Rosalind Moran

Growing up bilingual, Diploma of Languages student Rosalind Moran was always able to appreciate the world around her from different cultural perspectives.

Sophie Rolph

Sophie Rolph

"My name is Sophie and I am studying a Bachelor of International Security Studies / Bachelor of Laws (Honours)."

Peter Gravestock

Peter Gravestock

“I moved down to Canberra to study Asian Studies together with Engineering at ANU. The Flexible Double Degree program has allowed me to combine two of my passions.

Aditi Razdan

Aditi Razdan

“ANU is one of the only universities in Australia that teaches Hindi.

Oliver Friedmann

Oliver Friedmann

"My study path has been tumultuous to say the least. I have changed my degree four times and been to two different universities.

Gabriella Andrews

Gabriella Andrews

"Having a strong interest in Australia’s relationships with nations in the Indo-Pacific region throughout high school, I looked no further than a combined degree in International Security Studies a

Harriet Roberts

Harriet Roberts

"I was always interested in the law, and having studied Indonesian language throughout high school I was looking for a way to combine these two interests.

Justin James

Justin James

I’ve always been interested in global issues of strategy and security, but since I grew up in the coalfields of Central North Queensland, it was never something I considered to be a viable career p

Weida Goh

Weida Goh

"International business is not just technical specialities, financial derivatives or financial systems. International business is more a general, broad view."

Veitania Lepani

Veitania Lepani

"I just liked the sound of it! It’s more relevant to me than Asia Pacific studies, being focused specifically on the Pacific. It gives you a chance to learn at a university level about the place that you come from. Most Pacific Islanders don’t really get that chance in high school."

Brogan Goode

Brogan Goode

"My degree is cut in half – half arts, half commerce – so it really balances everything. They really bounce off each other, and it gives you a better understanding of why things are the way they are."

Kaitlin Hawes

Kaitlin Hawes

"ANU has a leading status in Asia, so if you want to work in Asia, saying you went to ANU, the national university, it’s very good for connections."

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