As an educational institution, we’re viewed as a leader in growth and innovation. It’s our responsibility to engage with the community, in particular with business and industry and commit to working together to benefit wider society.
CSU’s relationship with business and industry may be to share physical space or equipment; to encourage collaborative teaching and research projects, to incubate or support new companies; or to provide real-world learning opportunities for students or recent graduates.
CSU, like other educational institutions, contributes to the local economy. We do this directly; through the procurement of local products and services, or indirectly; by strengthening the local workforce through skills development. You can support this by using (and encouraging others to use) local businesses and services.
This framework was benchmarked with Business and Industry Interface on 7 September 2016.
This graph shows our progress toward best practice across the eight activity areas for this framework.
The below graph illustrates our progress towards best practice across the eight (8) activity areas. The orange bars reaching four (4) highlight best practice and the lower bars in blue indicate CSU’s current baseline ratings.
CSU Agribusiness Student Emily Jones being awarded the CO2 Australia Regional Professionals Scholarship, August 2018