ANU Extension provides an enhanced learning experience for Year 11 and 12 students in ACT schools and colleges. Study sciences, engineering, computing, mathematics, commerce and Asian languages at ANU while you're still in high school. 

ANU Extension students who successfully complete their program will receive credit towards a bachelor degree for the studies successfully completed through ANU Extension. ANU Extension courses can also contribute to a students ATAR aggregate. 

ANU Extension students can apply for admission into ANU through a simple application, known as a Direct Domestic Application which is a new admissions process  introduced in 2019 for current school-leavers that combines admission, accommodation and scholarships. Students that successfully complete an ANU Extension course, may receive an early conditional offer of entry into an ANU bachelor degree program. There are some changes to direct application admissions for 2022. Please follow this link to review these changes for 2022.  

ANU Extension is open to Australian domestic students or permanent residents. You need to be enrolled at an ACT college or school (government or non-government). College co-requisites for courses apply.  2021 ANU Extension applications for all courses have closed.