Put scientific theory into practice through one of our many exciting fieldwork trips. We offer fieldwork activities, across a number of science fields, to help you get hands-on experience in the field and assist you in solidifying your theoretic knowledge.
Whether you’re interested in studying the environment in Vietnam, natural disasters in Japan or the biology of the Great Barrier Reef, you can choose from field trip options both at home and abroad.
This course develops advanced skills for field studies in plant and animal functional ecology. In this video Shoshana Rapley talks about her experience.
The Vietnam Field School is a three-week intensive course that takes students to learn about primary research in Vietnam.
A group of ANU chemistry students travelled across the globe to Edinburgh, Scotland for an intensive study tour.
If you want to learn about geological hazards, the best classroom you can have is an active tectonic plate boundary.
The 2017 Field Studies in Functional Ecology field trip was held in the Daintree Rainforest.
Get out of the classroom (or the lab) and into the field. As a science student you can get practical experience at field sites around Australia.
Structural and Field Geology students left no stone unturned on this field trip, which took them to the Wee Jasper region in NSW.
A group of psychology students share their experiences from a research project they undertook at Southwest University in Chongqing, China.
It might look like they’re playing with fire, but these ANU students are participating in cutting-edge research on bushfires.
If you like your education to involve a healthy dose of adventure, the Coral Reef Field Studies course is for you.
The Australian Alps are home to unique flora and fauna, and for two weeks Kosciuszko National Park also hosted ANU biology students.
Each year a group of ANU students visit Kosciuszko National Park to get hands-on experience of how all the different elements of the environment