The Australian National University is a leading centre for research and teaching on Malaysia. The ANU has long been known as a place which offers a breadth of study opportunities on Southeast Asia and prides itself on the range of courses available to its students in this field.
For those interested in studying Malaysia and its neighbours, these courses include:
ASIA3030 History of the State System in Southeast Asia
ASIA2060 Southeast Asian Security
ASIA2070 Democracy in Southeast Asia
ASIA2165 Islam in Southeast Asia
ASIA2167 Borders and their Transgressions in Mainland Southeast Asia
ASIA3035 Indonesia and the Malay World: Culture, Media and Everyday
INTR2028 Regionalism, Rights and Order in Southeast Asia
LAWS2229/6229 Law and Society in Southeast Asia
ARCH2050 Archaeology of Southeast Asia
ARTH2056 Art and Architecture of Southeast Asia: Tradition and Transformation
The following resources are also available to people interested in studying Malaysia through ANU:
The Menzies Library A place of world-renowned resources on the Asia-Pacific, including Malaysia.
The Malay Concordance Project A project of the late ANU Professor and Malaysia specialist, Ian Proudfoot, which offers a searchable corpus of over 5.8 million words of pre-modern Malay text.
The ANU Malaysian Students' Organisation An active group linking ANU Malaysian students with other ANU domestic and international students through events and social activities.
The Malaysian Students' Council of Australia, Australian Capital Territory (MASCA ACT Chapter) is a Malaysian student body representative council that cares for the welfare, education and leadership development of the Malaysian students residing in ACT.
Selected works on Malaysia by ANU scholars A list of works on Malaysian history, politics, society, economics, development, laws, literature and culture.