Learning support is available to students to help prepare them for study at tertiary level, even before they commence their degree. CSU offers a range of programs to help improve your study skills.
Whether you are concerned about committing to study again or you have never studied at a tertiary level before, CSU provides a range of programs to help boost your academic skills and prepare for study.
STUDY LINK is a program designed to prepare students for university study. If you haven't studied for a while or just want to brush up on your skills in a few areas, a STUDY LINK subject may be the program for you.
Our STUDY LINK program offers short courses to prospective or enrolled students looking to boost skills in a particular area, like physics or chemistry.
The STUDY LINK program utilises flexible, online delivery so you are able to complete subjects from the convenience of your own home or workplace.
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Students may also choose to ease into study by enrolling in single subjects. CSUoffers Single Subject study to help you build knowledge in specific areas and sample university learning before committing to a degree. This is also a good option if you did not get into the course of your choice, as single subjects may be credited toward your preferred degree.
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CSU Learning Skills offers academic learning support to all enrolled students to enable them to acquire or enhance the skills they need to succeed in university study. Through workshop tutorials, drop-in sessions and study centres, or through individual consultations, students are presented with strategies and techniques that will allow them to better participate in academic activities.
Learning Skills advisers can assist students to:
Learning Skills advisers can help you identify areas for improvement in your assignments, and assist you to develop strategies to improve your skills in academic literacy and learning. They may comment on the structure and form of your work, and are available to offer help in understanding, interpreting critically, and responding to an assignment task or essay topic. Advisers will suggest resources to help you study and learn independently.
Our open day every day program, means that you can take a campus tour at a time convenient to you!
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Ideal for upskilling yourself in a variety of academic learning areas before you commence your course studies.