Charles Sturt University (CSU) Study Centres are operated by Charles Sturt University in conjunction with Study Group Australia. Study Group is a global leader in private Higher Education, language and Careers Education, with a global network of specialist education counsellors and nearly 200 university partnerships across the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom and Europe, Australia and New Zealand.
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The first Charles Sturt University Study Centre opened in Sydney in 2001 and Melbourne in 2007. Also known as the “CSU Study Centres”, they operated in conjunction with Study Group Australia. (CSU) is a public university and a member of the Association of Commonwealth Universities. In addition to the Study Centres in Sydney and Melbourne CSU has a network of campuses in Albury- Wodonga, Bathurst, Dubbo, Orange and Wagga Wagga, with specialist campuses in Canberra, Goulburn, Manly, Parramatta and Canada.
Charles Sturt University and Study Group signed the agreement to open the Charles Sturt University Study Centres in March 2001 and work together to provide CSU undergraduate and postgraduate degree programs at these Study Centre locations. The establishment of the CSU Study Centres in the two major metropolitan cities in Australia extending the diversity of its student intake to include rural, urban and international students. Most CSU library resources, services and databases are available online, expanding access to the CSU resources. CSU Study Centre students also have access to accommodation and student services at each location.

Progession Degrees at Charles Sturt University

Undergraduate Courses

  • Bachelor of Accounting
  • Bachelor of Business  (Human Resource Management)
  • Bachelor of Business (Management)
  • Bachelor of Business (Marketing)
  • Bachelor of Business Studies
  • Bachelor of Information Technology
Postgraduate Courses

  • Graduate Certificate in Commerce
  • Graduate Certificate in Information Technology
  • Graduate Diploma of Accounting
  • Graduate Diploma of Commerce
  • Graduate Diploma of Information Technology
  • Master of Accounting Practice
  • Master of Business Administration (1.5 years)
  • Master of Business Administration (No work experience- 2 years)
  • Master of Commerce
  • Master of Commerce – up to four specializations
  • Master of Information Technology (12 subjects)
  • Master of Information Technology (16 subjects)
  • Master of Professional Accounting (12 subjects)
  • Master of Professional Accounting (16 subjects)
  • Master of Professional Accounting (CPA Extension)
Successful completion of the Taylors UniLink Diploma is required, ie students must pass all subjects. Subject to availability of places in the course and normal selection process. The information in this table is correct at the time of publication. However, university course details may change. It is recommended that prospective students consult the University’s website or admission office for updated details. 

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