CSU's regional campuses offer a unique study experience - you'll have access to the best of city living along with the benefits of a regional lifestyle. CSU regional campuses include:
Each regional campus has its own distinct personality, but each offers:
CSU's Canberra Campus offers university accredited studies in a range of theological fields at undergraduate and postgraduate levels.
Canberra, Australia's capital, is located between Sydney and Melbourne and is the eighth largest city in the nation. Canberra is the location of many federal government departments and agencies, and the site of many national social and cultural institutions and buildings, including the Australian War Memorial, National Gallery of Australia, National Museum of Australia and the National Library of Australia.
Goulburn Campus serves most of the education and training needs of the NSW Police Force.
The School of Policing Studies is located within the NSW Policing College on campus. Home to 30,000 people, Goulburn is situated just two hours from Sydney, less than an hour from Canberra and just over an hour from the coast. Goulburn combines the rugged grandeur of the ranges with historic architecture in a thriving rural city.
CSU's Ontario Campus plays an important role in the internationalisation of the University's programs and identity and makes a distinctive contribution to post-secondary education in Ontario.
CSU's Parramatta Campus is located within the United Theological College (UTC), one of the premier theological colleges in the Asia-Pacific region. UTC teaches CSU's School of Theology's suite of undergraduate and coursework graduate degrees.
Lying picturesquely alongside the Parramatta River, the city of Parramatta is a vibrant metropolitan centre 23km west of the Sydney central business district. Long been considered the population center of Sydney, it is also known for its historic colonial buildings, excellent restaurants and as a shopping paradise.
Currently housed in the modern Macquarie Business Park, within easy reach of Town Beach and the central shopping precinct, the campus offers:
CSU's Study Centre in Sydney is located in the heart of the city, and is well equipped with the latest technology, work placement assistance and busy student activities calendar.
Sydney, the capital of New South Wales, has been voted as the world's 9th best city to live in. Sydney is the oldest settlement in Australia, with world-famous icons such as the Opera House and Harbour Bridge, set around a stunning natural harbour. The City of Sydney has a diverse ethnic mix with half of its residents born overseas.
CSU's Study Centre in Melbourne is housed in a modern, 10 storey building conveniently located in the heart of the city centre, equipped with the very latest technology, spacious facilities and a busy student activities calendar.
As Australia's second largest city, Melbourne is a cultural melting pot with experiences waiting to be discovered. Melbourne city is often referred to as Australia's sporting and cultural capital. Sports, fashion and festivals are Melbourne's great loves.
CSU's Manly Specialist Centre is home to the University's Australian Graduate School of Policing (AGSP).
Situated on the foreshores of Sydney Harbour, north-east of Sydney's central business district, Manly has beautiful beaches, a rich heritage and culture, great shopping, dining and family attractions.
Are you an elite athlete or performer representing at national level? Charles Sturt University is dedicated to supporting elite athletes in their quest for academic success as a member of the Elite Athlete Friendly University (EAFU) network.
Do you want to study overseas? With a CSU overseas study experience, you can travel overseas and have an the experience of a lifetime, while contributing to your degree.
Find out more about overseas study opportunities at CSU.
Your library: anywhere, anytime - that is the library teams' promise to all CSU students.
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Two-storey buildings of 20 bedrooms in each building
Watch the winning video entry in the 2013 'Surviving and Thriving at University' competition, run by CSU's Faculty of Science.
A social media assignment made by CSU undergraduate students studying Nuclear Medicine.
Staff and students talk about their experience of studying at a regional campus in New South Wales, Australia.