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ABOUT THE CHARLES STURT UNIVERSITY

Formed in 1991 but built on more than 150 years of creating and applying knowledge, the University has quickly established
a global reputation for the quality and creativity of its graduates and the innovative, outcomes-focused relevance of its research.
Its global reputation continues to grow. In 2013, both the Times Higher Education (THE) and QS World University Rankings ranked the university in the world’s top 50 under the age of 50. QS also placed the university in the world’s top three per cent, one of only three Australian institutions under the age of 25 to feature in that world’s best list.


With approximately 34,000 students — almost 9,000 of whom are international students – it is South Australia’s biggest university, and offers more than 400 degree programs in arts, business, education, engineering, the environment, health sciences, information technology and social sciences. Programs are designed with a strong professional emphasis and in partnership with industry, and its graduate employment rates are above the national average.

 

As an international educational institution, Charles Sturt University (CSU) prides itself on providing hands-on, work-relevant courses that prepare graduates for a range of employment opportunities and outcomes.

 

• CSU is a public university, funded by the Australian government and is a member of the Association of Commonwealth Universities • Its name honours explorer Charles Sturt (1795-1869) who was among the first Europeans to venture to inland Australia.

 

• Degrees are designed in collaboration with academic and industry professionals to ensure quality and rigour

 

• Lecturers are regularly consulted regarding their discipline’s latest research, methods and practices CSU’s network of study locations extends to:  Albury-Wodonga, Bathurst, Canberra, Dubbo, Goulburn, Orange, Parramatta, Port Macquarie, Wagga Wagga and Wangaratta in Australia.

 

• A specialist centre in Manly, Australia.

 

• CSU Study Centres in Melbourne and SydneyThe University of South Australia is a young and vibrant institution with a 150-year historyof research, teaching and learning excellence.

 

Faculties at CSU

 

Faculty of Arts


The Faculty of Arts is a diverse Faculty covering a broad range of disciplines including creative industries, communications, policing and justice studies, theology and religious studies, psychology, sociology, literature, philosophy and history.
Faculty of Business. CSU’s Faculty of Business has earned an exceptional reputation with employers for producing graduates who not only cope with the challenges of today’s business world, but excel in the opportunities that they create.

 

Faculty of Education

 

The Faculty of Education is one of the largest faculties of education in Australia, with over 7,500 students. The Faculty of Education offers a wide range of courses in teacher education and information studies.

 

Faculty of Science

 

CSU’s Faculty of Science is one of the most broadly based scientifi c academic concentrations in Australasia, with major focuses in agricultural sciences, animal and veterinary sciences, environmental sciences, exercise and sports sciences, allied health,
medical sciences, dentistry and health sciences, wine science and nursing.

 

Why CSU Study Centres

WHY CSU STUDY CENTRES

Exclusively for international students, the study centres offer students to live and study in a major city. The study centres however offer limited programmes and international students are welcome to apply at any of the main campuses of the university, if they prefer.

 

Currently there are two study centres - Melbourne and Sydney.

 

SYDNEY STUDY CENTRE

Sydney is the economic powerhouse of Australia, with world-famous icons on the shores of a stunning natural harbour. Located in The Sydney Study Centre is located in Darlinghurst, within 5 minutes’ walking distance of Sydney’s Central Business District (CBD), the CSU Study Centre is surrounded by shops and eateries, and is close to public transport.

 

MELBOURNE STUDY CENTRE

Melbourne, repeatedly voted the most liveable city in the world, is home to one of CSU’s Study Centres. The CSU Study Centre
in Melbourne is housed in a modern, 10-storey building located in the heart of the city’s central business district (CBD). Excellent rail, tram and bus transport facilities service the centre and provide easy access to all parts of Melbourne.

 

CSU STUDY CENTRES FACILITIES

 

• Modern, bright classrooms and buildings

 

• Wireless internet access

 

• Digital library with state-of-the-art facilities

 

• Interactive whiteboards in classrooms

 

• Computer laboratories

 

• Student common room

 

• Student Support Services centre

 

• Shared location with Embassy and Martin

 

• Social activities and programs

 

• Inner city, close to public transport

Programmes

Undergraduate Programmes

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 Programmes

Graduate Diploma of Accounting

 

Graduate Diploma of Commerce

 

Graduate Diploma of Information Technology

 

Master of Business Administration

 

Master of Business Administration (No work experience)

 

Master of Commerce

 

Master of Commerce (Up to four specialisations)

 

Master of Information Technology

 

Master of Information Technology (Via Graduate Diploma of Information Technology)

 

Master of Professional Accounting

 

Master of Professional Accounting(Via Graduate Diploma of Accounting)

 

Master of Professional Accounting (CPA Extension)

 

English for Academic Purposes (EAP)

 

 

Note International students can still apply to CSU main campuses, the programmes of which can be found at for Undergraduate programmes  http://www.csu.edu.au/courses/undergraduateand for postgraduate programmes http://www.csu.edu.au/courses/postgraduate 

 

Note: Some CSU programmes are available via distance learning which can be found at http://www.csu.edu.au/distance-education

Note: CSU packaged pathway programmes are available through Martin College

Entry Requirements

ACADEMIC REQUIREMENTS

Undergraduate Entry Requirements

 

Bangladesh: A Higher Secondary or Intermediate Certificate awarded in the first division (minimum 65%)

Completion of at least one year of study at a recognised university with satisfactory grades

A completed award with a minimum aggregate of 24 or above in the International Baccalaureate


Postgraduate Programmes

An undergraduate degree from a recognised tertiary institution and/or an equivalent professional qualification. Some programmes like the MBA require a minimum of three years relevant work experience, but there is also an MBA that requires no work experience.

 

Students without a tertiary qualification may be admitted to the Graduate Certificate in Business Administration or the Graduate Certificate in Commerce if they can demonstrate they have a minimum of 5 years relevant work experience. Upon successful completion of either Graduate Certificate students may apply for admission to the MBA and receive credit for applicable subjects.

 

ENGLISH LANGUAGE REQUIREMENTS

 

Undergraduate Programmes

Academic IELTS (International English Language Testing System) overall score of at least 6.0, and with no score below 5.5

TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) paper-based score of 550 and TWE of 5.0

TOEFL Internet-based score of 80 and writing score of 25

Pearson Test of English (PTE) Academic score of 54 overall with a minimum of 46 in all communicative skills

a Combined Universities Admission Test (CULT) overall score of at least 65

Written evidence of completion of a minimum of two full-time academic years of secondary and/or tertiary studies that have been conducted and examined solely in English. Acceptable forms of evidence include transcripts indicating that the language of instruction was English or by provision of a certified written statement from the academic institution.

a C pass in a humanities subject at the GCE 'A' level examinations in either Singapore or the United Kingdom

completion of the International Baccalaureate diploma with English A2 at higher or standard Level

Postgraduate Programmes

Academic IELTS (International English Language Testing System) overall score of at least 6.0, and with writing band no less than 6.0 and all other bands no less than 5.5

TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) paper-based score of 550 and TWE of 5.0

TOEFL Internet-based score of 80 and writing score of 25

Pearson Test of English (PTE) Academic score of 54 overall with a minimum of 46 in all communicative skills

a Combined Universities Admission Test (CULT) overall score of at least 65

Written evidence of completion of a minimum of two full-time academic years of secondary and/or tertiary studies that have been conducted and examined solely in English. Acceptable forms of evidence include transcripts indicating that the language of instruction was English or by provision of a certified written statement from the academic institution.

a C pass in a humanities subject at the GCE 'A' level examinations in either Singapore or the United Kingdom

completion of the International Baccalaureate diploma with English A2 at higher or standard Level

Dates and Prices



State Dates: Feb, July, November

 

THE FOLLOWING TUITION FEES ARE ONLY FOR THE csu STUDY CENTRES. FOR A FULL LIST OF THE PRICE LIST PLEASE VISIT

http://www.csu.edu.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0006/1068234/F4203-International-fees-list-2015-ONSHORE-WEB-FINAL.pdf

 

Course Fees
Undergraduate Programmes

 
Bachelor of Accounting $2,500 per subject or $20,000 per year
Bachelor of Business (Human Resource Management) $2,500 per subject or $20,000 per year
Bachelor of Business (Management) $2,500 per subject or $20,000 per year
Bachelor of Business (Marketing) $2,500 per subject or $20,000 per year
Bachelor of Business Studies $2,500 per subject or $20,000 per year
Bachelor of Information Technology $2,626 per subject or $21,008 per year
Postgraduate Programmes  
Graduate Diploma of Accounting $2,850 per subject or $22,800 per year
Graduate Diploma of Commerce $2,850 per subject or $22,800 per year
Graduate Diploma of Information Technology $2,970 per subject or $23,760 per year
Master of Business Administration $2,850 per subject or $22,800 per year
Master of Business Administration (No work experience) $2,850 per subject or $22,800 per year
Master of Commerce $2,850 per subject or $17,100 per year
Master of Commerce (Up to four specialisations) $2,850 per subject or $22,800 per year
Master of Information Technology $2,970 per subject or $17,820 per year
Master of Information Technology (Via Graduate Diploma of Information Technology) $2,970 per subject or $23,760 per year
Master of Professional Accounting $2,850 per subject or $17,100 per year
Master of Professional Accounting(Via Graduate Diploma of Accounting) $2,850 per subject or $22,800 per year
Master of Professional Accounting (CPA Extension) $2,850 per subject or $17,100 per year
English for Academic Purposes (EAP) $4,550 for 1 Term

 

 

 

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