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Welcome to Charles Sturt University!
Being a student isn’t an easy job, but the results are rewarding. Visit this page for all the essentials you need to know about to help you on your way to greater knowledge. Whether you’re looking for services and support, key dates, help with enrolment or you’re just browsing what’s on offer, you’ll find helpful info here. The easier it is to get through your coursework and graduate the better job we have done!
At Charles Sturt University, you're the one in control of your study. There are some systems you'll need to use and things you'll want to do to manage your program.
We offer a range of resources to help support your learning and academic skills.
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Our campus locations
Our NSW campuses are located in some of Australia's fastest growing regional cities. They offer a unique study experience with the best of city living and the benefits of a regional lifestyle.
- Our campuses
- Our study centres
Our Sydney Study Centre is located in the heart of the city, and has the latest technology, work placement assistance and a busy student social calendar. Our Study Centre is only five minutes’ walk from Sydney’s Central Business District (CBD).
CSU Study Centre Sydney
Level 1 63 Oxford Street
Darlinghurst NSW 2010
General enquiries: 02 9291 9300
Course enquiries: +61 2 9291 9308
Our Melbourne Study Centre offers undergraduate and postgraduate business courses. With easy access to the city's train, bus and tram services. It's located in the heart of the city, with spacious facilities and a student activities.
CSU Study Centre Melbourne
Level 1, 30 Church Lane
Melbourne VIC 3000
Course enquiries: +61 2 9291 9308
General enquiries: 03 9935 7908 (inside Australia)+61 3 9935 7908 (outside Australia)
Our Brisbane Study Centre is located in the heart of the city, only a few minutes' walk to the riverside ferry terminal and the beautiful City Botanic Gardens. Buses and Brisbane's central train station are also within short walking distance.
CSU Study Centre Brisbane
119 Charlotte Street
Brisbane QLD 4000
All enquiries: +61 7 3164 4810
2021 ADPP Period 3 (April) Ends
30 Jul 2021
Term code: 202138
2022 ADMISSIONS Session 1 Open Date
6 Aug 2021
Admission applications now open for study commencing in Session 1 of 2022. (Session code: 202230)
2021 CENSUS date Session 2
9 Aug 2021
Session code: 202160
Last day to withdraw from Session 2 subjects without HECS/Financial liability.(International students should refer to the International Refund Policy)
Last day to apply for a Leave of Absence for Session 2.
Last day CSU can accept whole/part up-front HECS payments.
Last day to submit Commonwealth Assistance Form.
Student Services and Amenities Fee Payment Date for Session 2.
Last Day for eligible students to submit an SA-HELP form.
2021 ADPP Period 3 (April) Results
12 Aug 2021
Term code: 202138
Enhancing Numeracy 2. Fractions, Percentages, and Decimals
28 Jul 2021 10:00 am - 11:00 am
Understand what the numbers mean in a simple fraction. We'll look at simplification and the basic operations of addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. You'll also learn how to convert a fraction to a decimal, decimal to a fraction, percentage to a decimal and decimal to a percentage.
This workshop is part of the Enhancing Numeracy series of three workshops to develop and practice numeracy skills. The series is designed for teacher education students preparing for their National Numeracy Tests. All students are welcome to join.
Enhancing Literacy 6: Format, Structure, and formal language
28 Jul 2021 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Learn about the format and structure of formal language to help with your basic writing and comprehension skills.
This workshop is part of the Enhancing Literacy series of seven workshops to develop and practice literacy skills. The series is designed for teacher education students preparing for their National Literacy Tests. All students are welcome to join.
MS Word for Assignments 1
28 Jul 2021 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Build your MS Word skills. You'll learn how to: use toolbars and helpful shortcuts, edit and format text, format pages and your reference list, spell check, and use review tools for feedback.
From Start to Submit: 3. Putting it in your own words
28 Jul 2021 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Sound like an expert in your field by developing your own arguments based on evidence. You'll learn how to paraphrase, summarise and incorporate research into your paper's argument.
We'll also cover:
- how to develop and structure an argument
- skills to use sources effectively.
This workshop is part of the From Start to Submit: Writing successful assessments series of five workshops to enhance academic writing and assessment skills. We recommend attending all workshops, though you can go to as many workshops as you like.