- Why CSU
- Study options
- Overseas study opportunities
- Fees and costs
- Studying on campus
- CSU in your country
- Entry requirements
- Student support
- International Agents
- Advanced standing and credit
- Student Visa Information
- Before you apply
- How to apply
- Preparing for arrival
Starting on campus
- Notification of arrival form
- Immigration and Customs regulations
- Travel to your campus
- Arrival assistance
- Late arrivals
- Education Services for Overseas Students (ESOS)
- International student responsibilities while studying at CSU
- Receiving your mail at CSU
- Adjusting to a new environment
- Forms, lists and checklists
- International Student Policies
- Driving a motor vehicle in NSW
- Social Media
Fees and costs
International student fees
On campus and Distance education course fees and refund policies for international or overseas students without Australian or New Zealand citizenship, and who do not have permanent residency status in Australia.
Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC)
As an overseas student, you and your accompanying family must have Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) for the entire duration of your student visa in Australia. OSHC will help you to pay for any medical and hospital care you may need while studying in Australia.
Cost of Living
Living costs include accommodation, food and bills, and clothing as necessary, and will vary according to your lifestyle. As a general guide, the estimated annual cost for a single student living in Australia comes to a total of approximately AUD$18,000.
Estimate how much you can afford by doing a budget. Consider expenses such as rent, food, books, stationery, printing, transport, calculators, CSU fees, entertainment, personal needs. If you're smart with your spending, you can cut down on your living expenses and save money.
Wondering if you can I get paid employment as an international student? International students are only permitted to work up to 20 hours per week during session, and full-time out of session.
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CSU Study Centres
CSU Study Centres located in Sydney and Melbourne offer undergraduate and postgraduate courses in Business, Information Technology and Accounting.
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Guide to Study
A comprehensive guide for International students wanting to study at Charles Sturt University