Our International Student Support Officers are experienced in providing support for international students in the adjustment to studying and living in Australia. Their support for you begins with pre-departure and arrival assistance, and continues throughout your studies at CSU.More about On campus International Student Support.
English is the official language of Australia and you will need to have good verbal and written language skills to complete your degree at Charles Sturt University (CSU). Your lectures, tutorials, and learning materials will be presented in English, and you will also be required to submit your assignments, examinations and presentations in English.More about English Language Skills.
General health promotion information, advice and referrals to community ancillary health services, and access to student counselling for confidential assistance with personal matters.Go to Health and counselling page.
As a CSU student, we provide you access to academic learning support and skill development. Whether it's support in mathematics, English, exam techniques, essay writing or learning strategies, we can help you to acquire or enhance the skills you need to succeed in university studies.More about Study Support.
Clubs are a great way to meet new people, pursue your interests, and get the most out of your University experience.Go to Student groups and clubs page.
As a student at Charles Sturt University, you'll get access to career advice, job application skills, career information and planning advice to help you get your dream job.More about Careers.
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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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A comprehensive guide for International students wanting to study at Charles Sturt University
Support for you begins with pre-departure and arrival assistance, and then general orientation and continues throughout your studies at CSU.
A business student from China discusses the classroom interaction and study environment at a CSU regional campus
Pharmacy student from Saudi Arabia gives an inside look at life in Wagga Wagga and on campus accommodation
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.