Charles Sturt University

Australia

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Overview

Established in 1989, Charles Sturt University (CSU) is an education provider with study locations across New South Wales, the ACT and Victoria. CSU offers students a wide range of study options to choose from. These study options are accredited with relevant Australian government and industry bodies and are developed in collaboration with industry representatives. Many of these courses also have practicum opportunities from the first year of study, ensuring students are equipped to tackle real life situations and are building relationships with prospective employers right from the start. CSU is a member of the Association of Commonwealth Universities and is partly funded by the Australian government. The University has over 60 partnerships in more than 25 countries that facilitate research, course delivery, cultural exchange, student exchange and a diverse range of other education activities. CSU also consistently ranks highly for graduate employment.

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112 International student nationalities at this university

1.03% International students from USA

QS World University Rankings 2017-2018
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COSTS PER YEAR
OVERALL COST OF LIVING

A$17726.8

CAMPUS ACCOMMODATION

A$10634

AVERAGE TUITION FEE PER YEAR

UNDERGRADUATE

A$24550

POSTGRADUATE

A$23180

CRICOS

Provider code:00005F

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Kayla Knights, Australia 5

CSU, I wouldn't study anywhere else, it's just so convinient.

The transition from High School to University was a great experience for me, it didn't take me long to get the hang of things. CSU is really convinientin the set out of the campus and Thurgoona and the website for CSU is very easy to use and is just great for keeping up to date with each subject. CSU is read full review

The transition from High School to University was a great experience for me, it didn't take me long to get the hang of things. CSU is really convinientin the set out of the campus and Thurgoona and the website for CSU is very easy to use and is just great for keeping up to date with each subject. CSU is a great place to study with a great atmosphere show less

kdon27, Bahrain 5

Bachelor of Medical Science

Best part is the experience - you get to meet all sorts of different people from all over the world doing all sorts of courses. But more than that, since the uni is situated a full 10km from the town you get your own little community (in the Wagga campus) which means that everyone you meet during your c read full review

Best part is the experience - you get to meet all sorts of different people from all over the world doing all sorts of courses. But more than that, since the uni is situated a full 10km from the town you get your own little community (in the Wagga campus) which means that everyone you meet during your course, at your dorm or otherwise is part of a huge uni family - it's AWESOME! There are parties, music events (bands come over and play), talent competitions and even sporting events are available at CSU. As for the study, it's well constructed and delivered. Lecturers are usually eager to help (except for an odd few). And the material itself is quite up-to-date with the industry (I speak for Med Sci though). Overall, CSU provides the best uni experience ever in my humble opinion. I made my life-long friends here and maybe even met my soul-mate here. ADVICE: Don't be an introvert BUT be yourself - you are sure to find somebody who appreciates you for you whether you're the quiet type, the type that loves loud parties, or the one that loves to study, you will make friends. Just get out there, talk to people and be yourself. show less