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Charles Sturt University is #1 for undergraduate employment
Get qualified and get the job. More Charles Sturt grads get jobs faster than grads from any other university in Australia.*
*Good Universities Guide 2022/23
Charles Sturt University is #1 for undergraduate starting salaries
Our undergrads earn an average of $64,100 straight after graduating, and our postgrads earn a median starting salary of $78,900.*
*Good Universities Guide 2022/23
We're Australia’s online university of choice
More students choose to study online with Charles Sturt University than any other university in Australia.*
*Department of Education, Skills and Employment Higher Education Statistics
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
Sports unite thousands at upcoming games
More than 150 Charles Sturt students will join more than 6,000 university students from across the country to compete at the UniSport Nationals on the Gold Coast. Charles Sturt students will compete in 12 sports, including netball and soccer.
NEWS / 20 Sep 2023
Scholarships available in four new data analytics microcredential subjects
Charles Sturt University with industry partner IBM has developed four new microcredential subjects in data analytics that are available to study starting in October 2023 and are supported by 15 scholarships in each course.
NEWS / 13 Sep 2023
2023 ADPP Period 4 (June) Ends
29 Sep 2023
Term code: 202353
2023 ADMISSIONS Session 3 Late Closing date
29 Sep 2023
Closing date for late direct applications for domestic students to study in Session 3 2023. (session code: 202390)
Applications received during this period will only be considered if courses do not have a intensive school prior to the session start date and if places remain available in the nominated course.
2023 Micro-Session 5 Exams
9 Oct 2023 - 13 Oct 2023
Term code: 202374
Micro-session 5 Exam Period
2023 ADPP Period 4 (June) Results
12 Oct 2023
Term code: 202353
Digital Agrifood Summit
11 Oct 2023
Come and join us for the Digital Agrifood Summit to be held at Charles Sturt University, Wagga Wagga on 11 & 12 October 2023.
The Digital Agrifood Summit features interactive and engaging panel discussions with industry experts, showcases from leading researchers, and so much more.
This year's theme ‘Paddock to Profit’ will demonstrate how digitally driven insights, systems and tools are helping Australian producers increase value across the supply chain. Each session begins with a keynote presentation to establish industry context, followed by a case study to provide a real-world example, and rounded out with a panel of expert speakers to explore the path ahead.
By attending the Digital Agrifood Summit you will be one of the first in the country to take a guided tour of the Global Digital Farm. Set over 1,800ha at Charles Sturt University's campus in Wagga Wagga, NSW, the GDF is Australia’s first fully automated commercial farm. With six major research projects and over $9m in committed investment, the GDF is well on its way to demonstrating the future of farming.
For more, please visit https://about.csu.edu.au/community/events/upcoming/wagga-wagga/digital-agrifood-summit
Dubbo Queer Screen Film Festival - Best of the Fest
12 Oct 2023 5:45 pm - 9:00 pm
Queer Screen Film Festival - Best of the Fest
Get ready for the ultimate celebration of queer cinema at the "Queer Screen Short Film Festival - Best of the Fest"
Charles Sturt University is proud to support the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex, and queer community (LGBTIQA+) by returning as a regional partner for the Queer Screen Film Festival – Best of the Fest. This regional roadshow will feature seven of the best and freshest queer films from this year’s festival curated by Festival Director Lisa Rose
Don't miss out on this unique opportunity to discover talented filmmakers and their exceptional storytelling abilities. Whether you identify as LGBTQ+ or simply appreciate outstanding cinema, the Queer Screen Short Film Festival is an event you won't want to miss!
Festival tickets are $12 each, with $10 of every ticket sale going towards the Charles Sturt University Ally Network to fund LGBTIQA+ initiatives.
There are seven amazing films to be showcased:
|The Bower||In 1991, Seb takes Terri to witness Derek Jarman’s camp canonisation. In 2021, Terri takes young Jude to the same spot amidst tough news.|
|First Date||Tina, a recently widowed farmer, doesn't want to be left all alone when her adult daughter moves back to the city. So she intervenes.|
|How Not to Date While Trans||A dark, fourth wall-breaking comedy about a Black trans woman’s search for romance, and the problematic men she meets along the way.|
|Why Not Both||A man’s strict dating criteria backfires on him when he finds himself dating a man and a woman who seem remarkably similar to each other.|
|Mab Hudel Images||A fantastic rugby player and hapless farmer leads his local rugby team to the final where he must face off against the love of his life.|
|The Syed Family Xmas Eve Game Night Images||All cards are on the table when a Pakistani Muslim woman brings her Puerto Rican partner home for the first time for family game night.|
|Warsha||Mohammad is a crane operator working in Beirut. He volunteers to take on one of the most dangerous cranes to live out his secret passion.|
With thanks to our supporting community partners:
Headspace - Port Macquarie, Bathurst and Dubbo
Out Loud & Proud - Port Macquarie
Arts OutWest - Bathurst
|Date:||Thursday, 12 October 2023|
|Time:||5:45pm for 6:00pm start|
Charles Sturt University, Dubbo
|Address:||Building 902, |
8 Tony McGrane Place, Dubbo 2830
$12 per person includes: Arrival drink , pizza and popcorn
This program is Unclassified 15+ - Anyone under 15 needs to be accompanied by an adult
|Festival tickets are $12 each, with $10 of every ticket sale going towards the Charles Sturt University Ally Network to fund LGBTIQA+ initiatives.|