The Australian National University is one of the world’s leading academic institutions for the study of Malaysia.
The ANU Malaysia Institute was established in 2016. It seeks to foster an interest in Malaysia, and to act as a key coordination point for Malaysia-related activities across campus.
The ANU Malaysia Institute is an open network and we welcome your involvement, join the Malaysia Institute email list to stay up to date for the institute’s events, and other Malaysia-related activities.
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The Malaysia Institute is comprised of academic specialists, PhD candidates, postgraduate and undergraduate students, and professional staff. Our people are from a range of academic fields across ANU, as well as other universities in Australia and Malaysia.
The ANU Malaysia Institute serves as an academic hub for Malaysia related activities at The Australian National University. This includes research partnerships with a number of institutions, and extensive research and teaching.