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Study information technology at Charles Sturt University, a national and international leader in the field. The CSU School of Computing and Mathematics is the number one choice among students looking for a rewarding career.
Charles Sturt University tops the rankings for graduate employability in Australia in 2018, with students earning higher full-time salaries than their peers.
As part of their visit to the CSU campus in Bathurst, CSU Study Centre Sydney students were given the opportunity to tour the student radio station.
In December 2018, a record 1,704 students graduated from the Study Centres in Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney.
The Australian Computer Society (ACS) has accredited Charles Sturt University IT and computing programs for another five years.
The 9th annual CSU Study Centre Gala Dinner was held in Melbourne on 21st June. The night celebrated the achievements of CSU Study Centre students and recognised the efforts of the lecturers and staff that contribute to the success of the Study Centre.
For the second consecutive year, Charles Sturt University has topped the Good Universities Guide Employability rankings 2017/18, with 84% of graduates finding full-time employment within 4 months of graduating.
The Brisbane CSU Study Centre was successfully launched on Tuesday the 23rd of August 2016 and was officially opened by Grace Grace, Minister for Employment and Industrial Relations (Queensland government).
Students at Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney centres are invited to join in an Instagram photo competition. The centre that posts the most photos will win 5 pairs of cinema tickets!
The Career Expos offered students & recent graduates the opportunity to explore their career options and meet with employers and industry associations.
Over 400 students attended these events, and feedback from the students was excellent.
Charles Sturt University (CSU) will open its latest study centre in Brisbane, Queensland in July 2016 offering the Master of Information Technology (With Specialisations) and Master of Professional Accounting postgraduate degrees.
Several CSU Study Centre Sydney students have participated in a program that enables them to make a positive contribution to the international student community as well as gain valuable work experience.
CSU Melbourne and Sydney study centres both held a Nepal Earthquake fundraiser to support to all those affected by the 7.9 magnitude earthquake that hit Nepal on the 25 April.
Our CSU Study Group Sydney students celebrated Saint Patrick’s Day by participating in fun activities, eating their greens, and raising well needed funds for Building Futures.
Welcome New Students! Join us for all the fun and activities 23rd – 27th February 2015
Our CSU Study Centre in Sydney has promoted a number of career oriented events and workshops to help students gain confidence whilst applying for jobs within the Australian market.
Our CSU Study Centre in Sydney transformed into a Christmas playground as students celebrated the festive season.
52 of our alumni and staff were recognised for their outstanding achievements and received prestigious awards.
120 CSU Study Centre’s students and staff took a bus trip to Wagga Wagga, CSU’s biggest campus, to live a unique and exclusive experience in regional Australia.
We're delighted to welcome David Knight to Charles Sturt University Study Centres. David joins us as Director, CSU Study Centres, taking on the responsibility for managing our centres in both Sydney and Melbourne.