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Charles Sturt University, Sydney

Check whether Charles Sturt University, Sydney is right for you as an international student.

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Sydney, Australia
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Study abroad at CSU Sydney

Charles Sturt University CSU is a public university, funded by the Australian government, and is a member of the Association of Commonwealth Universities. It has locations all over the country, including an International Study Center in Sydney.

The Study Center is located in the heart of the city, surrounded by shops, restaurants and transport links. As an international student you can study several programs, including bachelor’s in business, accounting and IT. You can also study diploma programs and master’s.

The Center offers a top of the range facilities including modern and bright classrooms, learning spaces with wireless internet access and interactive whiteboards, a digital library, computer laboratories, student common room, and a student support services center.

Why study at CSU Sydney?

  • Great location

    Sydney was ranked the 3rd most livable city (The Economist Intelligence Unit Rankings 2018)

  • Employability

    The University is ranked top Australia for graduate employment (Good Universities Guide 2019/2020)

Life as an international student

At CSU Sydney Study Center you’ll have access to a wide range of support services. These include peer support, and flexible learning environments that can help you learn in the way that best suits your needs. There are also counselors available if you have any personal issues you want addressing.

Academic workshops and services can also help you develop important study skills. Trained Study Support Coordinators offer a wide range of workshops specifically designed to help international students.

There are a number of social events and clubs you can get involved with which are a great way to meet new people and settle in to life a CSU. These include trips to Port Macquarie, Wagga Wagga, and Bathurst CSU’s biggest campus, for a two night trip. There are also sports teams you can join, and an Annual Gala for all CSU Study Center students.

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Charles Sturt University, Sydney

Oxford Village, 1, 63 Oxford St, Darlinghurst NSW 2010

Sydney is Australia’s largest city, combining big city living with a relaxed Australian lifestyle and world-famous beaches. There is plenty for you to explore in Sydney: you can enjoy the Manly or Bondi beach culture, view the city sights as you take a ferry across the panoramic harbour, or enjoy glorious sea views as you dine at one of the city’s many delicious eateries.

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Visa requirements for Charles Sturt University, Sydney

Many international students require a visa to study in Australia, and this is a vital step of your study abroad journey. Make sure you understand the requirements you need to meet before applying.

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