Master of Applied Cybernetics
The ANU Master of Applied Cybernetics is the world’s first graduate program focusing on the challenges of ensuring AI-enabled cyber-physical systems are safe, sustainable and responsible.
The Masters was launched in 2019 and is the flagship program of the 3A Institute. It is iterative and participatory – the students are involved in designing the program whilst undertaking it, in the spirit of immersive design. The program creates and refines the blueprint for the new branch of engineering, and supports a range of educational experiences and research projects at the School of Cybernetics and beyond.
The program is full-time immersive on campus at the Australian National University from February to November each year. Additional courses are taken remotely. Entry is by competitive application only, and numbers are strictly limited to under 20. Students are selected on a cohort basis to represent a mix of backgrounds, experiences and demographics.
Applications for 2022 Masters program are now closed.
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The model of delivery in 2022 for the ANU Master of Applied Cybernetics is subject to an evolving response to COVID-19. Depending on restrictions in place for the safety of our community, the intensive, in-person delivery model of this program may change. At this time, eligibility to undertake this degree does require your ability to attend the course in-person at the Australian National University, Canberra.
For an update on the University’s response to COVID-19 and travel advice that may affect your ability to undertake the course, please refer to these links: ANU COVID-19 advice. For entry restrictions into Australia, Department of Home Affairs website
Other General Resources: You can call the Coronavirus Health Information Line on 1800 020 080 if you are seeking information on COVID-19. The line operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week. For the most up-to-date information about the virus and health advice, please visit the Australian Government Department of Health website and the ACT Health website.
For more information and the University's response to COVID-19, please visit the dedicated ANU website