Coral Bell School students discuss their degrees, their jobs, and experiences studying at ANU.

Coral Bell School students discuss their degrees, their jobs, and experiences studying at ANU.

Meet our students

25 October 2016

The ANU Coral Bell School of Asia Pacific Affairs is showcasing the stories of current students and recent graduates.

The students discuss why they chose to study at the ANU Coral Bell School, offering helpful tips for prospective students. Undergraduate students William Baulch, Mitchell Clyne and Sophie Rolf describe the many opportunities that studying at ANU affords, including exclusive internships, overseas study trips, access to government institutions, renown ANU experts, and events.

Several students also describe how their degrees have helped them take the next step in their careers. Christoph Deuster discusses how his Master of International Relations (Advanced) degree was instrumental in being accepted into a PhD program. Moreover, as 2016 graduate Rohana Prince explained, ” I’ll be starting in the Department of Foreign Affairs graduate program in February, and I don’t think I would’ve gained a place in the program were it not for the Master of Strategic Studies program…”

Explore our student profiles today.

Updated:  22 March 2016/Responsible Officer:  Su-Ann Tan/Page Contact:  CAP Web Team