- What is distance education?
- Study Options
- Student Support
- Scholarships & help with costs
- Getting into Uni
- Overseas study opportunities
- Starting at CSU
- Why CSU
- Study life balance
- Information for TAFE students
If you're seeking financial assistance with the costs associated with university study, CSU provides access to a variety of scholarships, loans, subsidies and schemes.
The overall cost of obtaining a degree at CSU is lower than most other universities in Australia and our students find that the cost of living is less in a regional centre compared to metropolitan locations. When weighing up the costs of studying, remember the benefits of having the qualification you need to achieve your personal and professional goals.
CSU also continues to look at ways to support students returning to study. If you're not sure if you can afford to return to university study, please give us a call to talk about your options on 1800 334 733.
Which CSU Scholarships & Grants am I eligible for?
CSU provides short term financial assistance to help students continue their studies. Loans are offered for educational needs, or to provide emergency relief.
The Australian government provides several options for assisting you in paying for your studies through tuition fee loans, living allowances, and scholarships.
Scholarships at CSU
Provides an overview of the wide range of scholarships available to prospective and current students across our course offerings at all levels.
Making university affordable
This guide provides you with information about financial support for those considering university study.