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Why choose Charles Sturt University Study Centres?

At Charles Sturt University Study Centres we pride ourselves on providing hands-on, practical courses that prepare you for a range of exciting employment opportunities. With a degree from Charles Sturt University, you'll have the skills and knowledge to succeed in your professional career and the confidence to tackle any challenges.

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Quality education

The University has a well-earned reputation for providing an exceptional education program, delivered by dedicated professionals with relevant industry experience. Our lecturers are regularly consulted regarding the latest research, methods and practices in their discipline.

25 years of success

Charles Sturt University and Study Group have been working together for more than 25 years to deliver industry-focused courses. To celebrate this milestone anniversary, staff and students share highlights from their time at the Study Centres.

Exciting cities

Our Study Centres are located in the heart of Australia’s most exciting cities — Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney. All three are within the top 20 most liveable cities in the world (Economists Intelligence Unit Limited, 2019). You can look forward to great weather, stunning scenery, a vibrant culture, food from around the world and welcoming locals.

Real-world degrees

Our undergraduate and postgraduate degrees offer a perfect balance of theory and practice, to prepare you for the real world. Working closely with relevant industries, we offer study opportunities that help students develop skills that will help them stand out in the graduate job market.

Top employment prospects

Charles Sturt University has a graduate employment rate of 87.5 per cent–according to the QILT Graduate Outcomes Survey 2019–which is is 14 per cent higher than the national average. Graduates are also higher earners, with an average starting salary of AUD$67,100 compared to the national average of AUD$62,600.

Pratibha from Nepal

I was an introverted person, but after coming here for work and in the University, I've started to become the conversation starter. I feel happy because it's an improvement for me. You can't always stay quiet and expect people to come to you. So opening up is going to help me in my professional career as well in the future.

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