Welcome to CSU
We believe wisdom transforms communities. With tenacity, we help to shape resilient, sustainable regions for the future. Acknowledging the culture and insight of Indigenous Australians, our ethos is clearly described by the Wiradjuri phrase, yindyamarra winhanganha, meaning the wisdom of respectfully knowing how to live well in a world worth living in.
Our vision and values
Our mission is to build skills and knowledge in our regions. We offer choice and flexibility to students and work hand-in-hand with our industries and communities in teaching, research and engagement. Growing from our historical roots, we share our knowledge and expertise as a significant regional export industry and we bring strength and learning from this back to our regions.
Through our values, we create a welcoming community experience and learning environment that supports innovative research, advances society and gives back to our regions.
Message from the Vice-Chancellor
At CSU, we believe in making a difference. We are proud of our international research across many disciplines, including agricultural and veterinary science; education; biological, environmental and chemical sciences; ethics and philosophy.
Our academics are proven experts in their fields, and our research connections span the globe.
When you graduate from course at CSU, you will be ready to take the lead and advance yourself either professionally or personally — whatever your passion may be.
Professor Andrew Vann
Vice-Chancellor and President
|30 May 2018||
2018 Session 2 Late Application date
Closing date for late applications for study commencing in Session 2 2018. (session code: 201860)
Applications received during this period will only be considered if places remain available in the nominated course and where the nominated course does not have a residential school prior to the start of session.
|1 June 2018||
2018 Session 1 on campus classes end
|1 June 2018||
STUDY LINK Term 3 2018 - Applications close
Session code: 2018 45Applications close for enrolment in Term 3 2018
Census Date: 8th June 2018
More Study Link information.
News and events, expert media commentary and independent opinion from the Charles Sturt University.
First Conservation Workshop for endangered Red Panda held in Bhutan
Charles Sturt University’s Senior Researcher for the Institute for Land, Water and Society, Dr Joanne Millar, is leading a three year research project that aims to protect red panda habitat and the livelihoods of yak herder in the high altitude rangelands of Bhutan. Funded by the UK Darwin Initiative Fund, the project is focusing on severe land degradation, red panda habitat loss and herder wellbeing in the winter rangelands of Sakteng Wildlife Sanctuary in remote eastern Bhutan.
NEWS / 25 May 2018
Study with us and you can create the world you want to live in through flexible learning that suits your life.
Work with us and you’ll be part of a diverse workforce that is shaping the future of the nation.
Contribute to the lives of our students and communities and help us build a better tomorrow.
See how our diverse alumni cohort are giving back to their communities, advancing Australia and making impacts globally.
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