Placed among the top 50 young universities in the world by the 2019 Times Higher Education rankings, Charles Darwin University (CDU) is an internationally-recognised institution. It offers a number of different study options such as vocational courses, traditional on-campus study, and 11 different campuses and centres that offer programmes all around Australia.
Being one of the top five Australian universities for graduate employment and salary outcomes, students at CDU can trust that they will be given all the necessary skills and guidance that will allow them to be ready for the world of work upon graduation. Local businesses often employ students for part-time or casual work, which can provide them with crucial experience when looking for a job.
Charles Darwin University recognises that it operates on the lands of strong indigenous nations, and is committed to being a leader in indigenous education. In fact, the institution teaches more than 4,000 indigenous students in 150 different locations around Australia.
Student Central at CDU provides support on a variety of matters and is dedicated to offering quick advice and guidance for students throughout their study experience. There is also counselling, Peer Assisted Study Sessions, a Careers and Employment Team that supports students in their pursuit of a job, accommodation services and financial support.
Featuring over 22,000 students from more than 55 different countries, CDU offers a diverse and multicultural campus environment across all of its learning centres. The biggest campus is the Casuarina Campus in Darwin, North Australia, that features an extensive library, modern research facilities, accommodation and even a beach nearby.
Lecturers at CDU are experts in their field, and students get the personalised attention they need with small class sizes of just 15-20 people.
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