“It did not take long for me to realise that I had made the right decision in choosing to study at CSU. I graduated knowing I was thoroughly prepared to begin work in my chosen profession. I got the first job I applied for and am working as an occupational therapist at an inpatient rehabilitation hospital.”
Occupational Therapy graduate
CSU is committed to quality healthcare delivery in regional, rural and remote communities. Your degree will equip you to work across a broad spectrum of careers in national and international settings.
Our close industry ties and regular reviews by accrediting bodies means the knowledge you gain at CSU is always cutting edge and in demand. Our courses cover a wide range of allied health fields, including podiatry, physiotherapy, oral health, Indigenous mental health, complementary medicine and paramedic studies.
Possible career paths are diverse, and include epidemiology, health system planning, pharmacy, physiotherapy, nutrition and dietetics, paramedic with Ambulance Service of NSW, and speech pathology.
Job prospects are excellent in government and non-government organisations, private practices and hospitals, foreign aid programs, the Defence Forces and a multitude of other employers of healthcare professionals.
If you’re looking for a challenging and rewarding career helping individuals and communities to enhance their wellbeing, CSU’s courses in Allied Health are for you.