Official documentation included with your application must be verified as a true and accurate copy. Do not send originals as CSU does not return documents. Documents not correctly verified will result in delays in the processing of your application and its consideration for admission.
There have been important changes to the requirements to have your supporting documents verified.
If you are an Australian citizen or permanent resident, the Australian documents supporting your application eg transcript of previous studies, no longer need to be verified as a true copy. If you are an Australian citizen or permanent resident with overseas qualifications, you must submit verified copies only of your official overseas documents.
If you are an International applicant or applying for the Bachelor of Teaching ( Primary) or Bachelor of Teaching ( Secondary) courses, you must submit verified copies of your official documentation.
They must write ‘This is a true copy of the original document sighted by me’.
Then sign, and print the following details: name, address, business hours telephone number, profession or occupation or organisation and the date verified. They must include the official stamp or seal of the verifier’s organisation on the copy if the organisation has such a stamp.
In addition to the above, a Justice of the Peace must also print their registration number and the state in which they are registered as a Justice of the Peace.
For international applicants and applicants to the Bachelor of Teaching ( Primary) or Bachelor of Teaching ( Secondary) courses.
CSU is not permitted to process:
Call our Admissions Office on
02 6933 4334, (International +61 2 6338 6077)
Application closing dates may apply. Applications may be considered after these dates where places remain available.
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A huge range of scholarships is available to help you with the costs of studying at CSU. Being granted a scholarship at Charles Sturt University may be easier than you think, and now is the time to start planning.
CSU Foundation Scholarships close on 10 February 2013.