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Charles Sturt University



Australia’s top university for graduate employment, Charles Sturt University offers excellent courses delivered on-campus and online.

There are three academic faculties including Arts and Education Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences and Science providing a wide range of courses for students to choose from.

Students studying with Charles Sturt University will get an internationally recognised qualification and so much more.

Charles Sturt University’s NSW campuses are located in some of Australia's fastest growing regional cities: Albury-Wodonga, Bathurst, Canberra, Orange, Port Macquarie and Wagga Wagga. Charles Sturt campuses are safe, close-knit communities. They offer a unique study experience with the benefits of a regional lifestyle.

There are additional study centres in Melbourne, Brisbane and Sydney. The university also has partner locations in countries including Cambodia and China, and international students can complete part of their studies at Charles Sturt University through a study abroad program.

Charles Sturt University works with industries, so that students get the relevant knowledge and skills that will set them up for success in your chosen field. Academic staff are experts in their fields and course content is designed with industry and government.

The university’s vision is to transform society through wisdom, and to respect the culture of every member of the community. When they graduate, students will be able to incorporate these values with their own, and advance themselves to reach their professional or personal goals.

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What’s new

What’s new

COVID-19 update

The health and wellbeing of the entire university community is Charles Sturt University’s utmost priority. It’s working with the government and following all updates to ensure it responds best to the situation. On-campus classes are being moved online to help reduce the potential spreading of the virus in campus locations.

Charles Sturt University is one of the largest and most experienced providers of online education in Australia. Students studying online with Charles Sturt University will get everything they need with the click of a mouse. Lectures, tutorials, assessments, resources, community spaces.

New students are welcome to get in touch with the university if they have any questions about how the coronavirus might affect their future plans. The university will also keep students informed of any important updates.

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Teaching quality

Teaching quality

International students can expect a high-quality education from an institution with a strong reputation for exceptional teaching. Courses are delivered by experienced professionals and supported by expertly-designed curriculums.


The university embarks on many research projects that make a significant difference to the world we live in. Areas include social and environmental sustainability, artificial intelligence and healthcare. Research informs student learning and strengthens the university’s position as a pioneering institution.


Charles Sturt University is part of the Association of Commonwealth Universities. It has more than 60 partnerships in over 25 countries, bringing benefits to teaching, research, cultural exchanges and many other student opportunities.

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Department structure

Department structure

There are three faculties which are home to a collection of academic schools and centres. These are operated across each of the campuses, where they design and deliver courses to students:

Faculty of Arts and Education

  • Centre for Islamic Studies and Civilisation
  • School of Communication and Creative Industries
  • School of Education
  • School of Humanities and Social Sciences
  • School of Indigenous Australian Studies
  • School of Information Studies
  • School of Teacher Education
  • School of Theology

Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences

  • School of Accounting and Finance
  • School of Computing and Mathematics
  • School of Management and Marketing
  • School of Policing Studies
  • Australian Graduate School of Policing and Security
  • Centre for Customs and Excise Studies
  • Centre for Law and Justice
  • School of Psychology

Faculty of Science

  • School of Agricultural and Wine Sciences
  • School of Animal and Veterinary Sciences
  • School of Biomedical Sciences
  • School of Community Health
  • School of Dentistry and Health Sciences
  • School of Environmental Sciences
  • School of Exercise Science, Sport and Health
  • School of Nursing, Midwifery and Indigenous Health

Courses are developed in line with industry requirements. Many are accredited by government and industry bodies which work closely with the university to ensure graduates are industry-ready. There are over 60 on-campus and 300 online courses to choose from.

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Entry requirements

Entry requirements

To gain a place at Charles Sturt University, international students need to meet both the academic and English language requirements. Those who wish to study on campus must also meet the Genuine Temporary Entrant (GTE) requirements, set out by the Australian government.

Academic requirements

Criteria depend on the country students come from. Some courses have specific admission requirements, such as interviews and supplementary forms.

Prospective undergraduate international students who completed their secondary education outside of Australia will need a competitive grade in an exam equivalent to Australian Year 12. Those who completed their secondary education in Australia will require:

  • Higher School Certificate with an ATAR appropriate to their course
  • Tertiary Preparation Certificate with satisfactory completion
  • International Baccalaureate Diploma.

Postgraduate students will need a recognised bachelor’s degree that’s equivalent to an Australian qualification.

English language requirements

Charles Sturt University courses require evidence of sufficient study in English or an English language test taken within the last two years. This could be one of the following, or equivalent:

  • Academic IELTS, with a minimum score of 6 and no band below 5.5
  • TOEFL iBT, with a minimum score of 80 and a writing score of 25
  • PTE Academic, with a minimum score of 54 and no skill below 46.

Some courses require higher English language levels. Students can find further details of all the above requirements at the university’s website.

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Numerous facilities can be found across campus to support learning and living, such as 24/7 learning commons, cafés, dental clinics, computer labs, dining halls, gyms, barbecue areas and sports areas.


Available to access on campus or online, the library has countless educational resources and support services. Students can utilise study areas, workstations, catalogues, eJournals, eBooks, orientation workshops and digital lending systems.


International students can enjoy safe, comfortable and secure student housing. First-year students have guaranteed rooms where the cost includes all bills and furnishings. There are different options available, such as classic halls and villages. There are facilities for disabled students, and international students can opt to stay in their accommodation throughout the entire year if they wish. Catering packages are available, and all amenities are close by.


Charles Sturt University hosts many entertainment events including formal balls, movie nights, music gigs and online hangouts. There’s plenty of opportunity to meet others and indulge in interests student clubs available to join cover all topics from music to advocacy to volunteering.

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Scholarships & funding

Scholarships & funding

A Charles Sturt University degree is competitive in cost in comparison with other Australian universities. As campuses are based in regional centres, the cost of living is lower than in city locations.

To support students, Charles Sturt gives over AUD 3 million dollars in scholarships and grants to students every year. Each scholarship is different and suitable for a wide range of students. Some are awarded on merit, some on motivation, and some on participation in community service.

Scholarships that international students are eligible for include:

  • Destination Australia Scholarship – a limited number of awards of AUD $15,000 per year is on offer to support study and living expenses.
  • Charles Sturt Regional Scholarship - 9 - 16% of tuition fees every session on selected courses

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Barton New South Wales 15 Blackall Street
Dubbo New South Wales Tony McGrane Place
Bathurst New South Wales Panorama Avenue
Manly New South Wales Collins Beach Road
North Wagga New South Wales Boorooma Street
Orange New South Wales Leeds Parade
North Parramatta New South Wales 16 Masons Drive
Thurgoona New South Wales Elizabeth Mitchell Drive
Port Macquarie New South Wales 7 Major Innes Road
Darlinghurst New South Wales Level 1 63 Oxford Street
Charles Sturt University is dedicated to excellence in the delivery of higher education and has a well-earned reputation for providing exceptional education delivered by dedicated professionals with practical and relevant industry experience. As an Australian public university, it provides students with an internationally recognised qualification. In addition, the unique study locations can offer students an Australian experience like no other.

CSU is internationally renowned for applied research and ranked as world-standard or above in Environmental Sciences, Agriculture and Veterinary Sciences, Engineering Education, and Philosophy and Religious Studies. The university offers more than 350 courses across 19 dynamic career areas that will open up a world of opportunity for students.

The University has a range of study locations in vibrant regional cities and select courses in capital cities. The courses are developed in collaboration with industry representatives to ensure the skills their graduates acquire meet industry needs. Not only are its degrees accredited with relevant Australian government and industry bodies, these organisations are working closely with the University to guarantee that CSU graduates are industry ready wherever they may work.

While students main focus is to succeed in their studies, the university also want students to have fun. They can enjoy the social events and friendships that'll round out their uni experience. At CSU, there are lots of on-campus sport and recreational facilities, and plenty of social and sporting clubs for students to join. There's also a full calendar of social events like theme nights, live gigs and parties.

The 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. The large campuses have fully operational, hands-on teaching facilities, including state-of-the-art scientific and computer laboratories, television studios, broadcasting studios and a simulated hospital.
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