Charles Sturt University, Australia

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Minimum IELTS Score

These are the minimum required scores for this institution. Please confirm the minimum score required for your specific course with the relevant department.

Undergraduate: 6
Postgraduate: 6.5
Minimum TOEFL Score

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Undergraduate: (Paper based) 550
Postgraduate: (Paper based) 577
Undergraduate: (Internet based) 80
Postgraduate: (Internet based) 90
Annual Living Costs

The amounts listed are only an approximate minimum cost of living, and will vary according to individual lifestyle.

Accommodation Rs 8,84,952 per year
Food Rs 2,06,489 per year
Transport Rs 58,997 per year
Scholarship availability Yes

LOCATION

Charles Sturt University

Wagga Wagga Campus

Boorooma Street

Charles Sturt University

New South Wales

2678

Located in New South Wales, Australia

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INSTITUTION INFO: About CSU

Established in 1989, Charles Sturt University (CSU) builds upon a rich history of education and research at predecessor institutions stretching back over 100 years. CSU has grown to become one of Australia’s national universities, transcending national and international borders to offer courses across the world through on campus, study centres, distance education or partner study options.

When you study with Charles Sturt University, you’re choosing an Australian University with an international reputation for providing practical, industry-aligned courses across a range of career areas that ensure graduates are highly sought after by employers. According to the 2011 Australian Graduate Destination Survey, 82.3% of CSU domestic students found full-time employment within four months of completing their bachelor degree, which was almost 6 percentage points above the national average. In the 2012 Good Universities Guide, CSU received five out of a possible five stars in Getting a Job and four stars for Positive Graduate Outcomes.

Study areas
CSU delivers nearly 400 courses to around 38,000 on campus and distance education students in the areas of:
 

Agricultural Science and Wine Sciences  Humanities, Social Work and Human Services
Allied Health  Information Technology, Computing
and Mathematics
Animal and Veterinary Sciences     Policing, Security and Emergency Management
Communication and Creative Industries  Library and Information Studies
Teaching and Education  Medical Science
 Environmental Science  Nursing
 Psychology  Science
 Theology and Religious Studies  Business
   Exercise and Sports Science

Great campus locations
CSU’s regional campuses are located in some of the fastest growing inland cities in New South Wales and CSU Study Centres are located in central business districts of Melbourne and Sydney.

Industry-ready graduates
CSU degrees are accredited with relevant Australian Government and industry bodies, and these organisations work hand in hand with the University to guarantee that CSU graduates are industry-ready.

Lecturers
CSU is well-known for providing exceptional education delivered by dedicated professionals with practical and relevant industry experience. CSU’s academics are supported by well-researched curriculum and teaching methods aimed at helping students succeed.

Flexible study options
Most CSU courses are offered in a variety of options to suit you and your lifestyle, including full-time on campus study at a regional campus or study centre and study by distance education. CSU works with you to find the balance that’s right for you.

Great sense of community
CSU’s caring and supportive academic environment ensures you will quickly become part of the CSU family. Due to a smaller student population on CSU regional campuses, international students have increased opportunities to integrate into the Australian culture, make Australian friends, and develop their English language and communication skills.

Research strengths
CSU maintains a leading role in providing real solutions to real issues and has been ranked as above world standard in several categories, including environmental science and management, analytical chemistry, and crop and pasture systems. World class ranking has also been achieved in the areas of plant biology, education systems, curriculum and pedagogy, tourism, applied ethics and philosophy.

The University’s research ranges from cardiovascular, plant bio-security, farming systems, enhanced social and environmental sustainability, and irrigation to contextual theology, artificial intelligence and spatial modelling techniques, improving agricultural productivity through molecular biology, and environment and sustainable viticulture.

Multiple location options
International students can study at either one of the CSU campuses in regional New South Wales in Albury-Wodonga, Bathurst, Orange or Wagga Wagga, or at a specialist Theology campus in Canberra or Parramatta, or at a CSU Study Centre located in the central business districts of Melbourne and Sydney.

International links
CSU has over 60 partnerships in more than 25 countries that facilitate research, course delivery, cultural exchange, student and staff exchange and a diverse range of other education activities.You can learn more about us here.

Charles Sturt University accepts IELTS
(International English Language Testing System)


* Please check with your chosen school for the exact entry requirements for your programme.


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4 stars - Based on 3 reviews

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Posted by Lucky Singh

I am currently doing my postgraduation in Health Science from Charles Sturt University. The experience is good but as I am a new student need to know more about it. But the orientation and the welcoming was intense and it helped a lot to feel re ...

Posted by Naresh

The study experience was very good. My modules were structured well. On the whole, I felt the experience in Australia was rich and satisfying.

Posted by Sam

Well as compared to india, studies here are of more research type.i would like students to make proper decisions while coming to study in Australia or anywhere in the world.the life is completly different when u come here.

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