ANU offers a number of undergraduate degree programs within which the study of the Southeast Asian region, its nations and languages can be taken as a core compentent.
- Bachelor of Asian Studies
- Bachelor of Asian Studies (Advanced)
- Bachelor of International Security Studies
- Bachelor of International Business
- Bachelor of Languages
- Bachelor of Arts
Most ANU degree programs provide undergraduate students with the flexibility to take elective courses which could include Southeast Asia studies courses. Search “Southeast Asia” or your country of interest on ANU Programs and Courses to find more information on courses available.
Graduate course work programs of the ANU College of Asia and the Pacific are all taught with reference to the Asia Pacific region and provide opportunities to study Southeast Asia.
The region can be studies through the lens of:
- Anthropology and development
- Archaeological science
- Asia Pacific studies
- Environment and development
- International relations
- National security policy
- Policy and governance
- Strategic studies
If you interested in undertaking a high degree research program with a focus on a Southeast Asia we encourage you to the country sections of this website to find potential supervisors (more country sections will be added soon).
Please visit our College’s higher degree research pages for more information on our graduate research programs and how to apply: