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Bachelor of Business (Marketing)

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Combining sharp strategic skills with creativity and communication, marketing is a fast-evolving and highly valued career path around the globe.

As a result of emerging technologies and opportunities for businesses to secure competitive advantage, there has been exponential growth in the demand for professionals with strong marketing skills and qualifications.

Study CSU’s Bachelor of Business (Marketing) to give yourself a solid grounding in key business areas, alongside specialist marketing knowledge and practical skills.

Whether you are leaving school, working for yourself or climbing the corporate ladder, an understanding of the intricacies of marketing will boost your career prospects.

  • Why study this course?

    Reasons for studying Bachelor of Business (Marketing) at CSU include:

    • a recent study by the Australian Financial Review newspaper found CSU graduates had the highest median salaries in Australia ($60,600) within four months of graduating, compared with graduates of other universities
    • unlike other marketing degrees, the Bachelor of Business (Marketing) gives you the opportunity to specialise in not one but two areas. Your second specialisation can be in a business or non-business discipline
    • CSU has a generous credit system - subject to faculty approval, you can count previous TAFE or tertiary studies towards your degree
    • online study offers maximum flexibility, allowing you to fast-track and pick up extra subjects or go slowly when you need to. This is ideal for working students or those with family responsibilities. CSU also offers a wide range of academic help and support services to help you succeed in your studies
    • a total of 225 hours of work placement incorporated in your course will make you a confident and job-ready graduate. CSU data shows three out of five students were ultimately employed where they did their work placement
    • you can complete short-term study tours for credit, or undertake longer term exchange at universities in Europe, North America and Asia where CSU has reciprocal agreements.

    CSU’s Bachelor of Business (Marketing) focuses on the integrated processes used to launch products and services, develop and maintain a brand’s image, and formulate marketing and communication strategies to build strong customer relationships and create value for customers, stakeholders and businesses.

    On graduation, you will be well positioned to respond to the needs of industry and commerce, particularly in the areas of branding, international marketing, marketing research, marketing communications and strategic marketing.

    Joint studies

    A principal advantage of the Bachelor of Business (Marketing) is the opportunity to specialise in a second area of study, referred to as a joint study. You may choose a second specialisation from a range of business and non-business areas in your electives. Students should consult their Course Administrative Assistant or Course Director for further information.

    Work placement

    CSU is one of a few universities to have work placements embedded in its business courses. The end result is that graduates secure better employment outcomes with higher salaries.

    Three work placements ensure you gain practical and relevant experience:

    • Year 1 – 35-hour placement
    • Year 2 – 70-hour placement
    • Year 3 – 120-hour placement.
    Flexible offering

    This course is available through on campus and online study, and can be studied either full-time or part-time. Although the degree is programmed over Sessions 1 and 2, a number of subjects are also offered in Session 3, allowing you to fast-track your degree if desired.

    International students may also study the Bachelor of Business (Marketing) on campus through CSU Study Centres in Sydney or Melbourne. An intake in Session 3 is available for CSU Study Centres only.

  • Career opportunities
    As a graduate, you will be eligible to embark on a broad range of high-demand marketing careers in Australia or overseas. Roles may include but are not limited to:

    • brand or product manager
    • customer relationship manager
    • digital marketing / marketing communications strategist
    • marketing consultant
    • marketing and events coordinator
    • marketing analyst
    • national / international/global sales and marketing manager
    • business development manager
    • social marketer.
    Those who are already employed may also be eligible for career advancement or promotion.
  • Credit and pathways

    Applicants who have successfully completed a relevant Certificate IV, Diploma or Advanced Diploma at TAFE may be eligible for credit of up to four subjects (Certificate IV), up to eight subjects (Diploma) or up to 12 subjects (Advanced Diploma) into this course. Credit for prior learning or study at other higher education institutions will be assessed as part of the application process and will be granted to eligible applicants.


  • Workplace learning

    Industry requires graduates who are equipped for the workplace and students are looking for greater flexibility in subjects studied while retaining the ability to specialise in core discipline areas.

    Three compulsory workplace learning subjects (BUS110 Workplace Learning 1, BUS220 Workplace Learning 2 and BUS370 Workplace Learning 3) provide students with the opportunity to undertake a business placement in each of the three years of full-time study (or part-time equivalent). The expectations and outcomes associated with these subjects increase each year (for example, the length of placement will increase from 35 hours in Year 1, to 70 hours in Year 2, and 120 hours in Year 3).  Placements may occur in practicum blocks or a dedicated regular time through the session. Students will be expected to make a meaningful contribution that will benefit the business. The focus of each of the workplace learning subjects will be the nexus between theory (what the student will be learning in their studies) and practice (what actually happens in the workplace).

    There may be ancillary costs associated with your workplace learning subject (for example, travel costs to reach the workplace). These costs may vary depending on the location of the work placement and are the responsibility of the student.

    Work placements are not available to international students due to current Australian Government visa regulations.

    Please note that the following subjects have a Workplace Learning component:

    BUS110 Workplace Learning 1
    BUS370 Workplace Learning 3
    BUS220 Workplace Learning 2
    COM223 Communication Management

  • Subjects

    The below information is for new students. Current students should select their subjects by checking the Handbook for the year of their enrolment

    Course structure

    Core

    All of the following
    BUS110 Workplace Learning 1
    BUS220 Workplace Learning 2
    BUS370 Workplace Learning 3
    QBM120 Business Statistics
    MGT100 Organisations & Management
    MGT230 Ethics, Sustainability & Culture
    MKT110 Marketing & Society
    MKT220 Consumer Behaviour
    MKT230 Market Research
    MKT260 International Marketing
    MKT340 Strategic Marketing Management (Capstone Subject)

    Restricted Electives

    plus at least three (3) Restricted Electives (Group  A) from:
    MKT235 Brand Management
    MKT240 Market Analysis and Analytics
    MKT310 Integrated Marketing Communications
    MKT335 Marketing of Services
    MKT303 Social and Environmental Marketing
    MKT350 Product Innovation Management

    plus at least two (2) Restricted Electives (Group B)  from:
    ACC100 Accounting 1
    ECO130 Business Economics
    ITC105 Communications & Information Management
    LAW110 Business Law

    Unrestricted electives

    Students must choose eight (8) unrestricted electives either by:

    Completing a joint study in another discipline area which will be included on the testamur, and adding the number of unrestricted electives needed to bring the total number of subjects to 24; or by:

    Selecting eight (8) unrestricted electives. An unrestricted elective is any undergraduate subject offered by Charles Sturt University provided prerequisites and enrolment restrictions have been met.

    Note that at least 3 unrestricted electives must be Business or Business related subjects.

    Students must ensure that there are no more than twelve (12) level one subjects in their degree. Students must also ensure that they complete a minimum of five (5) level three subjects in their degree. The level of a subject is designated by the first digit in the subject code; e.g., MGT100 is a level one subject


    JOINT STUDIES

    A joint study is a prescribed set of subjects taken from a discipline other than the chosen specialisation. Students are then able to use the title of the joint study in conjunction with the specialisation (e.g., Bachelor of Business (Management/Finance).

    For a Joint Study either from within the Faculty of Business, Justice & Behavioural Sciences or from another Faculty, students must take an established sequence or set of five subjects. Established sequences are determined by Faculty Board. Students must ensure that they take the necessary prerequisites.

    If a Joint Study is chosen from those offered within the Faculty of Business, Justice & Behavioural Sciences it must be in an area other than that of the specialisation studied. No more than two subjects can be counted towards a Joint Study if they have already been undertaken as part of a specialisation. A student cannot claim more than one Joint Study.

    Students enrolled through the CSU Study Centres may only choose the Accounting, Management or Marketing joint studies.

    Accounting joint study

    ACC100 Accounting 1
    ACC110 Accounting 2*

    PLUS three subjects from the list below, at least one of which should be at level 3:
    ACC200 Accounting Systems
    ACC210 Management Accounting
    ACC222 External Reporting
    ACC311 Strategic and Sustainable Accounting
    ACC322 Company Accounting
    *Students studying the Bachelor of Business (Banking) or Bachelor of Business (Finance) must select an additional subject in place of ACC110.

    Banking joint study

    FIN211 Financial Management
    FIN230 Financial Institutions and Markets
    FIN310 Commercial Banking & Finance
    FIN320 Financial Institutions Lending
    LAW330 Finance Law

    Economics joint study

    Five subjects from the list below,  one of which must be at level 3:
    ECO130 Business Economics
    ECO210 Labour Economics
    ECO215 Managerial Economics for Business Strategy
    ECO220 Macroeconomic Analysis
    ECO320 International Economics
    ECO356 Environmental Economics
    AGB110 Agricultural Economics (From Faculty of Science)

    Finance joint study

    FIN211 Financial Management
    FIN221 Investments
    FIN230 Financial Institutions & Markets

    PLUS two subjects from the list below:
    FIN331 Financial Planning
    FIN340 International Finance
    FIN350 Strategic Financial Management
    FIN360 Treasury Risk Management
    FIN370 Funds Management

    Financial Planning joint study

    FIN211 Financial Management*
    FIN221 Investments
    FIN331 Financial Planning
    FIN380 Superannuation
    LAW301 Taxation Law (Principles)
    *Students studying the Bachelor of Business (Finance) or Bachelor of Business (Banking) should substitute LAW302 Taxation Law (Issues) for FIN211 Financial Management

    Human Resource Management joint study

    HRM210 Human Resource Management
    HRM330 Strategic Human Resource Management

    PLUS three subjects from the list below:
    ECO210 Labour Economics
    HRM310 Developing Human Resources
    HRM320 Issues in Human Resource Management
    INR310 Comparative Industrial Regulations
    LAW370 Law of Employment
    MGT210 Organisational Behaviour*
    MGT340 International Business Management
    *Students studying the Bachelor of Business (Management) must choose an additional elective in place of MGT210

    Industrial Relations joint study

    LAW110 Business Law
    INR210 Industrial Relations in Australia

    PLUS three subjects from the list below, at least one of which should be at level 3:
    LAW240 Industrial Law
    INR310 Comparative Industrial Relations
    ECO210 Labour Economics
    HRM210 Human Resource Management
    LAW260 Administrative Law
    LAW370 Law of Employment
    MGT320 Managing Change

    Information Systems joint study

    ITC114 Database Management Systems
    ITC211 Systems Analysis

    PLUS three subjects from the list below, one of which must be at level 3 and only one may be at level 1:
    ITC105 Communication and Information Management
    ITC106 Programming Principles
    ITC161 Computer Systems
    ITC204 Human Computer Interaction
    ITC206 Programming in Java 1
    ITC240 IT Infrastructure Management
    ITC212 Internet Technologies
    ITC218 IT Project Management
    ITC331 Ethics and Professional Practice

    International Business & Culture joint study

    MGT250 Asia-Pacific Business
    MGT340 International Management

    PLUS three subjects from the list below:
    ECO320 International Economics
    FIN340 International Finance
    INR310 Comparative Industrial Relations
    MKT260 International Marketing
    BUS201 International Project
    POL111 International Relations (From Faculty of Arts & Education).

    Legal Studies joint study

    LAW110 Business Law

    PLUS four subjects from the list below, at least one of which should be at level 3:
    LAW200 Commercial Activities: Law & Policy
    LAW220 Business Organisations Law
    LAW240 Industrial Law
    LAW260 Administrative Law
    LAW301 Taxation Law (Principles)
    LAW302 Taxation Law (Issues)
    LAW330 Finance Law
    LAW370 Law of Employment

    Management joint study

    MGT330 Business Strategy

    PLUS four subjects from the list below:
    MGT210 Organisational Behaviour
    MGT245 Managing Yourself & Others
    MGT290 Project Management
    MGT310 Operations Management
    MGT320 Managing Change
    MGT340 International Management
    MGT367 Leadership Issues

    Marketing, Communication & Digital Media joint study

    COM112 Digital Media
    MKT310 Integrated Media Communications

    PLUS three subjects from the list below, at least one of which should be at level 2:
    MKT110 Marketing & Society*
    COM116 What is Public Relations?
    CCI100 Introduction to Media Production
    COM222 Public Relations Tactics
    COM219 Media, Communication & Globalisation
    JRN101 Newsgathering and Writing
    ADV206 Channel Planning
    *Students studying the Bachelor of Business (Marketing) should replace MKT110 with another level 1 subject from the above list.

    Online Business Technologies joint study

    ITC212 Internet Technologies

    PLUS four subjects from the list below, at least one of which should be at level 3:
    ITC114 Database Management Systems
    ITC106 Programming Principles
    ITC105 Communication and Information Management
    MGT220 eCommerce
    ITC331 Ethics and Professional Practice
    ITC314 Virtualisation Technologies

    From outside the Faculty of Business, Justice & Behavioural Sciences

    Advertising joint study (choose 40 points from)


    ADV104 Understanding Advertising
    ADV205 Advertising Creative
    ADV206 Principles of Channel Planning
    ADV317 Advertising Strategy and Planning (16 points)
    ADV105 The Advertising Business

    Agribusiness joint study

    AGB165 Agribusiness Systems
    AHT231 Agricultural Finance & Business Management

    PLUS three subjects from the list below, at least one of which should be at level 3:
    AGB110 Agricultural Economics
    AGB351 Commodity Trade and Pricing*
    AGB310 Agricultural Marketing
    AGR220 Extension
    *AGB110 is assumed knowledge.

    Cultural Heritage Management joint study

    ENM163 Natural Resource Management
    PKM260 Interpretive Planning
    PKM266 Culture and Heritage

    PLUS either
    PKM397 Heritage Site Management (16 points)
    or
    PKM398 Cultural Heritage Policy & Planning (16 points)

    Ecotourism joint study

    REC200 Principles of Ecotourism

    PLUS four subjects from the list below, at least one of which should be at level 3:
    PKM208 An Introduction to Outdoor Recreation and Adventure
    PKM230 Social Psychology of Risk in Outdoor Recreation
    PKM260 Interpretive Planning
    PKM266 Culture and Heritage
    PKM364 Outdoor Recreation Design
    PKM363 Shoreline Recreation Management
    PKM302 Philosophy of Outdoor Recreation
    REC167 Recreation Leadership & Communication
    REC205 Open Space Planning
    REC302 Interpretive Guiding Management in Ecotourism

    Leisure and Health joint study

    Five subjects from the list below, one of which must be at level 3:
    LES101 Introduction to Leisure and Health
    LES102 Leisure Programming with Diverse Populations
    LES110 Foundations of Leisure Activity
    LES202 Community Leisure & Health Issues
    LES301 Health Policy and Program Development
    LES302 Leisure and Social Relations

    Organisational Communication and Public Relations joint study

    COM116 What is Public Relations?

    PLUS four subjects from the list below, at least one of which must be at level 3:
    COM124 Communication in Context
    COM232 Public Relations Strategy
    COM222 Public Relations Tactics
    COM223 Communication Management
    COM236 Making it Happen: Event Management
    COM224 Communication Research Strategies
    COM313 Crisis and Issues Management
    COM322 Going Glocal: Regional and Global Public Relations

    Psychology joint study

    PSY101 Foundations of Psychology 1
    PSY102 Foundations of Psychology 2

    PLUS three subjects from the list below, at least one of which should be at level 3:
    PSY201 Research Methods in Psychology
    PSY203 Social Psychology
    PSY204 Psychological Testing
    PSY305 Psychology of Personality
    PSY307 Cognition
    Note: Students who have completed QBM117 Business Statistics or QBM120 Business Data Analysis and MKT230 Marketing Research should not complete PSY201 Research Methods in Psychology but should select an alternative subject from the list above.

    Sociology joint study

    SOC101 Introductory Sociology
    SOC102 Social Inequality
    PLUS three SOC coded subjects, at least one at Level 2 and one at Level 3.

     

    Enrolment pattern

    Full time suggested study sequence

    If commencing at the start of a calendar year

    Session 1


    MGT100 Organisations & Management
    MKT110 Marketing & Society
    2 x Restricted Elective (Group B) subjects from:
    ACC100 Accounting 1
    ECO130 Business Economics
    ITC105 Communication & Information Management
    LAW110 Business Law

    Session 2

    BUS110 Workplace Learning 1
    MGT230 Ethics, Sustainability & Culture
    QBM120 Business Data Analysis
    1 x Unrestricted Elective

    Session 3

    BUS220 Workplace Learning 2
    MKT230 Market Research
    2 x Unrestricted Electives

    Session 4

    MKT220 Buyer Behaviour
    MKT260 International Marketing
    1 x Restricted Elective (Group A) subjects from:
    MKT235 Brand Management
    MKT240 Market Analysis and Analytics
    MKT310 Marketing Communications
    MKT335 Marketing of Services
    MKT303 Social and Environmental Marketing
    MKT350 Product Innovation Management
    1 x Unrestricted Elective

    Session 5

    2 x Unrestricted Electives
    2 x Restricted Elective (Group A) subjects from:
    MKT235 Brand Management
    MKT240 Market Analysis and Analytics
    MKT310 Marketing Communications
    MKT335 Marketing of Services
    MKT303 Social and Environmental Marketing
    MKT350 Product Innovation Management

    Session 6

    BUS370 Workplace Learning 3
    MKT340 Strategic Marketing Management
    2 x Unrestricted Electives

    Part time suggested study sequence

    If commencing at the start of a calendar year


    Session 1

    MGT100 Organisations & Management
    MKT110 Marketing & Society

    Session 2

    BUS110 Workplace Learning 1
    QBM120 Business Data Analysis

    Session 3

    2 x Restricted Elective (Group B) subjects from:
    ACC100 Accounting 1
    ECO130 Business Economics
    ITC105 Communication & Information Management
    LAW110 Business Law

    Session 4

    MGT230 Ethics, Sustainability & Culture
    MKT220 Consumer Behaviour

    Session 5

    BUS220 Workplace Learning 2
    MKT230 Market Research

    Session 6

    MKT260 International Marketing
    1 x Unrestricted Elective
     
    Session 7

    1 x Unrestricted Elective
    1 x Restricted Elective (Group A) subject from:
    MKT235 Brand Management
    MKT240 Market Analysis and Analytics
    MKT310 Marketing Communications
    MKT335 Marketing of Services
    MKT303 Social and Environmental Marketing
    MKT350 Product Innovation Management

    Session 8

    1 x Unrestricted Elective
    1 x Restricted Elective (Group A) subject from:
    MKT235 Brand Management
    MKT240 Market Analysis and Analytics
    MKT310 Marketing Communications
    MKT335 Marketing of Services
    MKT303 Social and Environmental Marketing
    MKT350 Product Innovation Management

    Session 9

    1 x Unrestricted Elective
    1 x Restricted Elective (Group A) subject from:
    MKT235 Brand Management
    MKT240 Market Analysis and Analytics
    MKT310 Marketing Communications
    MKT335 Marketing of Services
    MKT303 Social and Environmental Marketing
    MKT350 Product Innovation Management

    Session 10

    BUS370 Workplace Learning 3
    1 x Unrestricted Elective

    Session 11

    2 x Unrestricted Electives

    Session 12

    MKT340 Strategic Marketing Management
    1 x Unrestricted Elective

  • Residential schools

    Depending on joint studies selected, online students may be required to attend residential schools on campus for the following subjects:

    PKM363 Shoreline Recreation Management
    AGR220 Extension
    PKM397 Heritage Site Management
    PKM398 Cultural Heritage Policies and Planning
    PKM266 Culture and Heritage

  • CSU Study Centres

    CSU Study Centres offer courses in Accounting, Business and Information Technology to international students in the heart of Sydney and Melbourne. The CSU Study Centre Brisbane offers a course in Accounting. CSU Study Centres offer the latest technology, a busy calendar of student activities, and a diverse student population from all over the world. They are easily accessed by public transport and are close to shops, restaurants and city attractions.

    Visit the CSU Study Centres website.

  • Admission information
    Indicative ATAR

    6500

    Standard CSU and UAC admission requirements for undergraduate courses apply.

    See standard CSU admission criteria

  • Cost of study

    Fees - please visit the fees and costs page or contact us for current fee information.

    Tax deduction - in some instances a tax deduction may be claimed for self education expenses. Please seek independent qualified taxation advice.

  • Course details

    Campus locations listed for Distance Education students are purely for administrative purposes and have no relevance to the student experience.


    Enrol TypeModeCampusFee typeSession1Session2Session3Admission Code
    VTACOn CampusCSU Study Centre MelbourneCGSYNN1300313741
    DirectDistance EducationBathurstFPOSYYNJBAM
    VTACOn CampusCSU Study Centre MelbourneFPOSYNN1300313743
    DirectOn CampusCSU Study Centre Sydney
    CSU Study Centre Melbourne
    FPOSYYYNO TAC
    DirectOn CampusBathurstCGSYYNKBP
    DirectOn CampusAlbury-WodongaCGSYYNKBO
    UACOn CampusBathurstCGSYYN212207
    UACOn CampusAlbury-WodongaCGSYYN212201
    VTACOn CampusAlbury-WodongaCGSYNN1300113741
    DirectOn CampusBathurstFPOSYYNIBAM
    DirectDistance EducationBathurstCGSYYNEBAM
    DirectOn CampusCSU Study Centre MelbourneCGSYYYPBMK
    DirectOn CampusAlbury-WodongaFPOSYYNIBBC

    LEGEND
    CGS: Commonwealth Government supported places
    FPPG: Fee-paying postgraduate places
    FPOS: Fee-paying overseas student places
    Admission Code: For your reference if required during your application process
    NO TAC: An admission code is not required for applications to CSU Study Centres
    TEMP: An admission code has not yet been assigned for this course

    Graduation requirements

    To graduate, students must complete 192 points at pass level or better. 

     

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    CRICOS Code(s)

    045873A (CSU Study Centre Sydney, CSU Study Centre Melbourne)
    006177D (Albury-Wodonga, Bathurst)

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  • About the School
    School of Management and Marketing

    The School of Management and Marketing is a multi-campus school with staff and students on each of the University’s main campuses: Albury-Wodonga; Bathurst; and Wagga Wagga. The School also has many online students from across Australia as well as internationally located.

    Academic staff within the School teach and research in the discipline areas of Management and Marketing and many have extensive business and practical workplace experience that informs their teaching and research.

    We seek to nurture a culture of excellence in teaching, research and professional practice. With a strong focus on quality work-integrated learning and teaching, the School seeks to produce graduates who are highly knowledgeable, insightful, reflective, ethical and workplace capable. The School offers generalist business courses at undergraduate and postgraduate levels, including the Bachelor of Business Studies and the Master of Business Administration (with specialisations). We also offer specialist courses that build core knowledge and skills in particular discipline areas such as Management, Leadership, Organisational Change, Strategy, Human Resource Management and Marketing. Staff in the School are also actively engaged in research and higher degree supervision. Research from our marketing staff has been ranked as internationally significant by Excellence in Research Australia.

  • Academic expectations

    For each 8 point subject at CSU, students should normally expect to spend between 140-160 hours engaged in the specified learning and assessment activities (such as attending lectures or residential schools, assigned readings, tutorial assistance, individual or group research/study, forum activity, workplace learning, assignments or examinations). The student workload for some subjects may vary from these norms as a result of approved course design.

    Students will be assessed on the basis of completed assignments, examinations, workplace learning, or other methods as outlined in specific subject outlines.

    Where applicable, students are responsible for travel and accommodation costs involved in workplace learning experiences, or attending residential schools (distance education students).

    Expectations relating to academic, workplace learning, time and cost requirements for specific subjects are provided in the subject abstracts and in course materials.

    Throughout their studies, CSU students have a responsibility to continue to develop skills in English Language, literacy and numeracy as appropriate to their discipline. This ongoing development will enable students to effectively participate in their course and graduate as competent professionals.

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  • Australian and New Zealand citizens, and permanent residents.

    NORMAL COURSE DURATION

    3 years full-time
    6 years part-time

    MODE

    On Campus; Distance Education

    CAMPUS

    Albury-Wodonga, CSU Study Centre Melbourne, Bathurst

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    INDICATIVE ATAR

    6500

  • NORMAL COURSE DURATION

    3 years full-time
    6 years part-time

    MODE

    On Campus; Distance Education

    CAMPUS

    Albury-Wodonga, CSU Study Centre Sydney, CSU Study Centre Melbourne, Bathurst

    See full list of enrolment options

    COST OF STUDY

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    CRICOS

    045873A (CSU Study Centre Sydney, CSU Study Centre Melbourne)
    006177D (Albury-Wodonga, Bathurst)