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Register your interest – Semester 2 Courses

Register your interest – Semester 2 Courses

Register your interest in Creating Knowledge or Mobilising Research in semester 2. We’ll let you know when the course is accepting applications.

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Leadership & Influence
Semester 1 Courses – Apply Now!

Semester 1 Courses – Apply Now!

Leadership & Influence and Unravelling Complexity are open to applications for Semester 1, 2014.

Applications close 16 February 2014.

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VCUG2002 Leadership & Influence

This course is open to students from across ANU and explores a wide range of leadership and influence styles. It gives students a deep theoretical and practical knowledge on how to be effective agents of change.

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VCUG2001 Creating Knowledge

Creating Knowledge is a course for talented, inquiring students from all areas of the ANU who are interested in what makes universities tick, academic inquiry and its relationship to ways of knowing and creating knowledge.

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VCUG3001/6001 Unravelling Complexity

"Universities serve to make students think: to resolve problems by argument supported by evidence; not to be dismayed by complexity, but bold in unravelling it"

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VCUG3002/6002 Mobilising Research

Mobilising Research challenges and supports students to explore the organisation of research for the good of society...

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A note from the Vice-Chancellor

The Vice-Chancellor’s Courses epitomise what is different about ANU.

They involve active discovery and research. They are courses that are inherently inter-disciplinary in terms of content, teaching staff and the students enrolled in them. They involve ANU researchers from across a wide range of different disciplines sharing through innovative teaching practices cutting edge research with students. ANU alumni in prominent positions in the private and public sectors are also involved in the teaching of the courses. Teaching is innovative, taking its excellence from students as well as teachers. The courses are for highly motivated students who will become leaders in their chosen careers.

I strongly encourage you to apply for these courses – see details top left on how to apply.

- Professor Ian Young, ANU Vice-Chancellor

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