Top 10 reasons to study internationally at CSU:
* Career focused, academic excellence
* Our graduates get jobs
* Industry-related courses
* Advanced teaching and learning facilities
* CSU's international links
* The CSU family
* Safe, secure and supportive living and study environment
* Research that matters
* Flexible learning
* Your Future
CSU brings education to you by offering many subjects and degrees by distance education allowing you to study from anywhere in the world. Distance education is all about flexible study choices without compromising the quality of your education, all with the support of CSU's world class distance education program.
As the first university in Australia to have its courses supported online, CSU's expertise in providing distance education has received national and international recognition.
CSU provides real study flexibility, allowing you the freedom to choose when and where you complete your degree.
Choose from a wide range of undergraduate and postgraduate courses to top up your professional qualifications, further your career, or explore a personal interest.
Most students studying by distance education choose to do so part-time. Part-time study gives you the flexibility to work at the same time, or juggle additional personal commitments. However, you can choose to fast-track your studies by studying over three sessions in one year.
The University is committed to achieving excellence in education for the professions and to maintaining national leadership in flexible and distance education. Industry relevant courses and workplace learning support CSU's learning and teaching objectives.
CSU is a community that embraces diversity and nurtures individual growth. At CSU we value economic, social and environmental sustainability. CSU gives back to the local community by providing an excellence in our courses and the businesses that arise from them.
CSU is a member of the Association of Commonwealth Universities and is partly funded by the Australian government. 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.
CSU is dedicated to excellence in the delivery of higher education and has a well-earned reputation for providing exceptional education delivered by dedicated professionals with practical and relevant industry experience. Our academics are supported by well-researched curriculum and teaching methods that maintain high levels of satisfaction among graduates, employers and the University's partners.
Join a sporting or recreational club, or consider one of our social, religious, cultural or study clubs. Whatever your choice, it's a great way to get involved in uni life and meet new friends.
Clubs are a great way to meet new people, pursue your interests, and get the most out of your University experience.
There are several student representative bodies at CSU.
Student Representative Committee
Each CSU campus has a Student Representative Committee (SRC). These SRC's provide funding for student events, student clubs and student publications. The SRC's are also the representatives for student issues on individual campuses.
The Student Senate is the overarching body of the SRC's. It is the official voice of the student body at a University-wide level, and responsible for electing student representatives to sit on range of University Committees.
Schools and Faculties
Students are also represented on most CSU Schools and Faculty Boards. Student Representatives attend committee meetings, and so they are familiar with how the University/Faculty/School is run, and are up to date on issues that are of concern to students.
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