Charles Sturt University

Charles Sturt University, established in 1989, is a regional university with campuses in Albury-Wodonga, Bathurst, Dubbo, Orange, Port Macquarie, and Wagga Wagga. As of 2020, CSU is home to over 40,000 students including significant international students from over 105 countries. CSU offers professional education by industry experts, hands-on learning and social engagement with peers from Australia and around the world, and boost research motivations of students via its 4 research centers. CSU has Study Centre in Sydney, Melbourne, and Brisbane which runs Business, and IT courses in collaboration with Study Group.


CSU has the highest graduate employment rate among Australian universities. It’s also the first certified carbon neutral university in Australia. Most of the CSU degrees have work based experience as part of the course. It also has strong links with industry stakeholders such as government agencies, local companies, international research centers, and land and agriculture organizations.

 

Area of Study

  • Business and Accounting

  • Information Technology

  • Agriculture and Wine Science

  • Animal and Vet Science

  • Environment Science

  • Health and Nursing

  • Communication

  • Education

  • Psychology

  • Humanities and Social Work

 

Scholarship

  • Destination Scholarships that are valued in $15,000 per student

  • Scholarship ranges from AUD 2,600 – AUD 4,100 for Business, and IT students

  • International High Achievers Scholarship of 25% tuition fee reduction

  • International Student Merit of AUD 500/month Stipend

 

Fee Range

AUD 22,000 - 31,000 per year

Location:
Australia

Institution Type: University