Distance education is all about flexible study choices without compromising the quality of your education. Study full-time or part-time, from home or at work, post graduate or undergraduate, or one subject at a time. All with the support of CSU's world class distance education program.
There are many advantages of studying by distance education, including:
As an Australian pioneer in distance education, CSU provides real study flexibility, allowing you the freedom to choose when and where you complete your degree. Choose part-time or full-time, study just one subject at a time, or mix study from home with periods of studying on campus.Go to Flexible study your way page.
Wondering what your options for getting into uni are? Pathways are an alternative form of entry into courses at CSU including the Diploma of General Studies and Single Subject Study.Go to Pathways to uni page.
Single Subject Study offers flexible study choices without the commitment of a full degree. Upgrade your qualifications, test the waters of a subject area, prove yourself capable of university study, or build your own degree, one subject at a time!More about Single Subject Study
Whatever stage of life you're at, you can improve your mind through further study. Selecting the right course is a vital step. CSU offers a wide range of course levels to suit your study needs.More about Levels of study
Ideal for upskilling yourself in a variety of academic learning areas before you commence your course studies.
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Distance education students are assessed through a combination of methods that vary depending on the course being undertaken.
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