The Liaoning university was created in 1948 and has a building area totalling 600,000 square meters. Liaoning University is one of the key universities listed in the Project 211 affirmed by the Ministry of Education China. The university has fifteen colleges and is one of our partner universities. At present, Liaoning University has a teaching body of 1,116 full- time faculty members, among there are 614 professors and associate professors.
The university has a total of 18,700 students both undergraduate and postgraduate. The University library has a 18,500 square meter building area, equipped with modern advanced facilities , and is stocked with over 1.6 million volumes, including over 300 kinds of rare and treasured books.
Our advance standing agreement with Liaoning University is for students whom are studying Bachelor of Science in Computer Science and Technology and should have completed the first two years of the course with average of 80%. This can give them an advance standing of one year in the Bachelor of IT Software development and Bachelor of IT Information systems.
For further information about the advance standing program with Liaoning University please click on the advanced standing tab below.
Students from Liaoning University can apply online for Undergraduate degrees covered by the agreement with the ANU.
Education agents can submit an application on behalf of the students via Studylink Portal, selecting "Partnership Appl UG 3999" (Undergraduate degrees).
- How much credit can I receive?
Generally students can receive a maximum of two years of advanced standing into the Bachelor of Engineering, Bachelor of Advanced Computing, or Bachelor of Software Engineering and a maximum of one and half years of advanced standing into Bachelor of Information Technology. Outside of the College formal advanced standing/ credit transfer agreement which can be located on the advanced standing tab, the college assesses applications for advanced standing/ credit transfer towards its programs based on comparable prior studies at international institutions on case-by-case basis.
- Are there English language requirements to study at ANU?
The University does have English requirements. Australia’s Department of Immigration and Citizenship (DIAC) regulations require international students from select countries to provide specific English language test results for the purpose of student visa applications. This test may be different from the University’s English language requirements. To view the English language requirement for ANU please visit the following link https://policies.anu.edu.au/ppl/document/ANUP_000408
- Can I receive credit in the Bachelor of Engineering (Research & Development) and Bachelor of Advanced Computing (Research and development)?
Advanced standing into the above mentioned programs are normally not permitted and are assessed on a case-by-case basis.
- What is the Cumulate Grade Point Average (CGPA) required to transfer to the Research and Development (R&D) courses?
The Cumulative grade point average required for a transfer into a research and development degree is on a case-by-case basis and usually requires excellent grades. However, you can transfer to another degree.
- What is ANU’s current ranking?
According to the QS world ranking ANU is currently ranked at 1 in Australia and 22 in the world. According to Times ranking ANU is currently ranked at 2 in Australia and 47 in the world.
- What sort of jobs can I get after graduating?
Please have a look at our Alumni page for possible career outcomes https://cecs.anu.edu.au/study/our-alumni?page=1
- What sort of accommodation does ANU offer, how much does it cost?
ANU guarantees accommodation for new undergraduate students and offers a broad range of accommodation types, from catered, semi catered to self-catered accommodation types. More for information about the different accommodation types please visit the following link http://www.anu.edu.au/study/accommodation/student-residences. For accommodation fee cost please visit the following link http://www.anu.edu.au/study/accommodation/cost-comparison
- What sort of Current student opportunities do students of CECS have?
You can enhance your learning experience and take advantage of one of the many global opportunities at ANU. You can apply to participate in a international exchange program, design summits or short courses at a partner university. For more information on current opportunities please visit the following link https://cecs.anu.edu.au/current-students/student-opportunities
- What sort of Scholarships are on offer?
There are a number of scholarships available to current ANU students to help with the cost of your studies. Donors and benefactors, external organisation and the Australian Government fund many of the scholarships we offer. To view the complete list of scholarships on offer please visit the following link http://www.anu.edu.au/students/scholarships-support
- How much are the tuition fees for international students?
The amount of international student fees you will have to pay is determined by the courses in which you enrol. Each course has a set fee and the total fees for all enrolled courses in a semester, trimester or session are totalled and invoiced. For indicative costs by program, please see the student fees reference document http://www.anu.edu.au/files/resource/International%20Fee%20Schedule%20-%20552016.pdf
- What is a major?
An area within a program that allows in-depth study in a particular field. A major usually consists of a set number of related courses. Majors at ANU require 48 units.
- What is a minor?
A minor has fewer requirements to fulfil than a major, in terms of points and compulsory courses. Minors at ANU require 24 units.
- What is a specialisation?
Similar to minors, specialisations are areas of studies with their own courses that are allowed to be taken in conjunction with specific related major.
- Do I have to translate my documents into English?
Documents that are not in English must be translated by a National Accreditation Authority for Translators and Interpreters (NAATI) translator who is registered to translate the document language to and from English. You must submit certified copies of both the original language documents and the English translation.
- What is an elective course?
An optional area of study in addition to the core courses of the program. Electives may allow you to delve more deeply into an area of study, or focus on alternative area of interest that you may have. Many people will use electives to complete an additional major or minor.
- How can I find out more information?
You can either visit one of our agents located near you, the agents can be located from the following website http://www.anu.edu.au/study/information-for/agents-representatives
Alternately you can check our events page and see whether we will be visiting your university or an expo near you, the events page can be found https://cecs.anu.edu.au/events
You can also contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org for further information or give us a call on +612 6125 4450.
- How do I apply?
You can apply yourself or through one of our representative (agents) overseas. To find our more information about our agents please visit the following link http://www.anu.edu.au/study/information-for/agents-representatives
To apply yourself please visit the following link http://www.anu.edu.au/study/apply