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Charles Sturt University is #1 for graduate employment
Get qualified and get the job. More Charles Sturt grads get jobs faster than grads from any other university in Australia.*
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Get your dream job and get paid well for it! Charles Sturt grads earn an average of $67,100 straight after graduating.*
*QILT Graduate Outcomes Survey 2020
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Get hands-on at Charles Sturt University
The change the world needs sure won’t come from just talking about it. It’ll take going all hands in – and not being afraid to get them dirty in the process. At Charles Sturt University, you get hands-on experience from day one. Because it’s not what we say that makes a difference. It’s what we do.
Charles Sturt University news
The mothballs in 'new' aged care findings. Will the government act this time?
Aged care expert Associate Professor Maree Bernoth said the findings of the Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety are only valuable if politicians are held accountable and we see action from the government this time around.
NEWS / 03 Mar 2021
Joint Program in Medicine information nights for prospective students
The Charles Sturt University and Western Sydney University Joint Program in Medicine will present information nights in the coming weeks in Wagga Wagga, Orange, Bathurst and online for prospective students and their parents, and careers advisors.
NEWS / 04 Mar 2021
2021 Micro-Session 1 Ends
6 Mar 2021
Term code: 202112
2021 Micro-Session 2 Begins
8 Mar 2021
Term code: 202132
2021 FEES - Session 1 - Due date for payment
2021 ADPP Period 2 (March) Census Date
26 Mar 2021
Term code: 202128
Bloom 2020 Creative Industries showcase
16 Oct 2020 9:00 am - 16 Oct 2021 9:00 am
BLOOM 2020 is the end of year festival for students studying the Creative Industries in the School of Communication and Creative Industries.
This new initiative celebrates the most ambitious and exciting work produced by Creative Industries students of all disciplines throughout the year. The festival will include outcomes by actors, animators, artists, art historians, curators, designers, film makers, photographers, sound and television producers and theatre-makers.
It is a multi-disciplinary festival showcasing the very best our school has to offer. Bloom launches at bloom.csu.edu.au on October 16th.
Blended Online Community MHFA Workshop (2 days, 11 & 18 March)
11 Mar 2021 10:00 am - 18 Mar 2021 12:30 pm
This workshop is held across two days. Attendance in both workshops is mandatory to receive certification
Workshop Part 1 Thursday 11 March 10am-12:30pm
Workshop Part 2 Thursday 18 March, 10am-12:30pm
You must have completed the eLearning through MHFA Australia in the Blended online Community MHFA course to complete this workshop.
If you haven't completed the above, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange eLearning. You MUST complete eLearning prior to our workshops. The eLearning takes around 5 hours to complete online.
This workshop will cost $20.00. You must attend both sessions.
Mental Health First Aid workshop (Refresher course)
14 Apr 2021 9:30 am - 3:30 pm
This is a 1-day Online Refresher course. To register for this workshop, you must have a 3-year MHFA Certificate that is due to expire.
This workshop will cost $50 ($20 for the training and $30 for the updated MHFA manual, which will be posted to you).
LGBTIQA+ Awareness Training
14 Apr 2021 10:00 am - 11:30 am
This session is 1.5 hours in length and will cover:
- The importance of creating an inclusive culture within the workplace;
- Some of the experiences of LGBTIQA+ people;
- The differences and diversity of sex characteristics, gender identity, and expression and sexual orientation; and
- Actions that individuals can take to be active allies.
This training is open to everyone who would like more information and knowledge relating to sex and gender diversity.