Even if you're currently studying at another university or at TAFE, you can still study a subject or course at CSU - and have that count towards your current degree.
The cross institutional study scheme allows you to undertake a unit of study at CSU that may not be offered at the university in which you are currently enrolled.
If you are enrolled in academic programs at another Australian university or TAFE, you can study CSU subjects and be granted credit for that unit of study towards your main degree.
To qualify, you need to:
Or, you can download and complete an Application for Admission form [PDF]. Clearly mark your application 'cross-institutional' in the course name field.
Cross-institutional study Admission Codes
To browse CSU subjects, view our online Handbook (although be aware that not all subjects are available in all sessions.)
When applying for cross institutional study, the subject code should be entered into the strand or major field. You may need to attach a cover letter containing this information if you wish to study more than one subject.
If you are not seeking cross institutional credit and just want to pick up additional subjects you don't need to worry about the criteria set out above. By choosing to study a single subject you can focus on an area that especially interests you.
If studying on campus is not convenient for you, there's always the option to study by distance education - so no matter where you are, you can combine your current education with cross institutional study at CSU.
Your degree could be just around the corner! CSU works closely with TAFE to help you get the qualifications you need with minimum additional study.
This comprehensive study guide is designed for all students planning to study an undergraduate degree, whether they are school leavers completing Year 12 and applying through UAC / VTAC, or mature age students.
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