In line with its commitment to economic, social and environmental sustainability, CSU is minimising the content of its printed publications, and enhancing its website by providing PDF versions online of its printed publications
The University's publications available for download include:
If you're thinking about studying at CSU, download a prospectus:
This book includes information for students looking to study on campus or by distance education, and contains an overview of CSU, our campuses and accommodation, information on what studying by distance education means, pathways to study, and outlines how CSU supports its students and enhances their study experience. Scholarships and general financial and enrolment information is included, followed by brief outlines of the courses available, grouped into career areas.
It includes information about the personal and career benefits of Honours study, suggestions for choosing a topic and selecting a supervisor, and the support available to students while they study Honours at CSU. General information about each of the separate Honours courses is included.
With a focus on quality educational experiences and flexible study options, this publication provides an outline of postgraduate study at CSU including Graduate Certificate, Graduate Diploma, Master or coursework/professional Doctorate. Information about studying by distance education or on campus at CSU is included, as well as details on the cost of study and the application process. A brief outline of each course is included, with courses listed in career areas.
Information about the application process, grants and scholarships, and the cost of study is included. Fields of research are listed, as well as brief outlines of each of CSU's Higher Degrees by Research.
The focus is on courses offered to international students on campus, at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels, and how students can make the most of studying in Australia with CSU.
Most courses at CSU Study Centres are available to international students only.
This booklet is a snapshot of what it's like at CSU, costs students can expect, pathways to study, and what teaching and leisure facilities are available on campus.
The areas of study available at Charles Sturt University are listed, outlining possible career opportunities and HSC subject choice recommendations. University terms are explained and there are tips for giving yourself the best chance to get into the course of your choice.
Whether you choose full-time or part-time study, with planning and access to resources, university study can still be affordable.
Whether you are a school leaver, a TAFE student or someone looking to return to study after some time away, options exist to assist you in successfully entering university.
This brochure provides an overview of the wide range of scholarships available to prospective and current students across our course offerings at all levels. More information on each is available on the website
You can study at one of our campuses and gain the international experience you want in a supportive and accessible learning atmosphere. The Study Abroad and Exchange Program at Charles Sturt University 's Albury-Wodonga, Bathurst, Orange or Wagga Wagga campuses is designed for students enrolled at an overseas university and also open to students not currently studying at university (Study Abroad only). You can also gain credit towards your degree at home.
It is a reference book for use by staff and enrolled students containing links to the rules and regulations that apply to study at the University, information about the University and its staff, and links to information about fees and financial assistance, various services and support groups, and scholarships.
The University Strategy 2011-2015 defines the values and vision of CSU and details the University's plans for embracing opportunities that will arise in the rapidly changing international higher education environment. The plan focuses on courses; learning and teaching; research and; institutional development.
This set of elements has become the institutional equivalent of an individual's signature and acts as a touch point to our brand. The Brand Guidelines are presented in sections, which contain general instructions and standards for the appropriate use of these elements of the University identity. The correct application of these elements will result in the University continuing to portray a strong, consistent image, representing its corporate philosophy and values.
This corporate document provides a brief outline of CSU's ethos in relation to learning and teaching, education for the professions and research, and about CSU as an institution well-known for excellence in these areas.
The Report, which is presented to Parliament each year, includes key highlights on CSU’s sustainable growth, international status, budgets and statistics.
The Research Publications Data Collection highlights the University's research achievements, and collects books (authored research), book chapters, journal articles and conference publications.
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