Accommodation for International Students is guaranteed for the first year of study commencing in Session 1 intake (February). There are a range of affordable accommodation options available across our campus network to suit your lifestyle and budget.More about Accommodation
CSU's international orientation program will assist you to make the transition to living and studying in Australia. International student support officers provide a general orientation including familiarisation with teaching, administrative processes and campus facilities.Go to Orientation page.
Australia is a safe and welcoming country with one of the highest standards of living in the world. Australia, and in particular smaller cities like Albury-Wodonga, Bathurst, Orange and Wagga Wagga, welcome international students into their community, and respond warmly to visitors who make an effort to become part of the community.Go to Living in Australia page.
Charles Sturt University (CSU) recognises and supports cultural and religious diversity. We are committed to ensuring all students and staff feel a sense of connectedness and inclusion in the University community regardless of their religion and cultural beliefs.Go to Diversity and Multiculturalism page.
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CSU Study Centres located in Sydney and Melbourne offer undergraduate and postgraduate courses in Business, Information Technology and Accounting.
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Call us on +61 2 6338 6077 (International),
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