When you study on campus at CSU, you have the opportunity to undertake a cutting edge degree that will help you reach your career goals, with an amazing experience along the way.
Our hands-on approach to learning, strong links with industry, great student support and exciting campus life mean you can be assured studying at CSU is everything you imagined university life would be, and more.
CSU consistently ranks highly for graduates finding a job when they finish their degree. In fact, 84.3% of CSU graduates find full-time work within four months of graduating. This means if you're studying towards your dream career, CSU can get you off to a great start.
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At CSU, getting a degree is about so much more than learning from a textbook. Most of our undergraduate degrees give you the chance to complete hands-on learning activities from the first year of your course. You could work in clinics, laboratories and studios on campus, undertake workplace learning in industry, or complete projects in the community to give you a real taste of life in your chosen career from the very start. When you graduate, you will be familiar with the professional environment and ready to make your mark on your industry.
You will receive the support you need every step of the way through your degree at CSU. CSU offers services that help you develop your skills for university study, STUDY LINK subjects to help you brush up in particular areas, and Pathway programs, such as the Diploma of General Studies, to help you get into university. You can also access personal support services, like counselling or equity grants.
There is never a dull moment on campus at CSU. The fun starts at Orientation Week, with a range of social activities designed to help you meet your first uni friends. Throughout the academic year, you will be able to attend themed parties, trivia nights, catch live bands or join club on campus so you can always find great activities to help you make the most of uni life. CSU offers the widest range of university-managed accommodation of any university in Australia, and if you choose to live on campus, you will quickly make friends and live just a short walk from your classes and campus facilities.
CSU's main campuses are located in some of Australia's fastest-growing regional centres. The cost of living is lower than capital cities, but the facilities, lifestyle and community atmosphere are second to none. Our campus cities offer great restaurants and shopping, exciting sporting competitions, and friendly, welcoming communities. You can get involved volunteering for a local organisation and meet great people from all walks of life. There are spectacular landscapes, and wineries, snowfields and fishing or bushwalking locations are just a day trip away.
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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.
CSU's courses also offer diversity and flexibility. We offer courses through the Faculty of Arts, Business, Education and Science.
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CSU consistently ranks highly for graduate employment. A recent survey showed that 85.2% of all CSU domestic graduates find employment within four months of completing their degree. So if you want to learn to earn, choose CSU.
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