Centres and organisations
Charles Sturt University is a community minded organisation with strong links to industry, government, and other educational organisations. Our courses are developed in collaboration with industry representatives to ensure the skills our graduates acquire meet industry needs.
Charles Sturt may be the largest inland university in Australia, with students from across Australia and around the world, but it is our sense of community in the cities in which the university is located that sets us apart.
Who we partner with
Here are just some examples of organisations we partner with.
- Australian and international universities and education providers.
- Policing agencies.
- Justice agencies and institutes.
- Environmental centres.
- Government agencies.
- Land and agriculture organisations.
- Libraries and information management organisations.
- International research centres.
Some of our current partners include:
Biosecurity Training Centre
We partner with the Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment to deliver biosecurity training across Australia.
The new Transgrid Scholarship fund will support 100 Charles Sturt engineering students over a four-year period.
Our partnership with IBM will create a pipeline of skilled graduates experienced in the technologies of the future.
Three Rivers Department of Rural Health
We partner with the UNSW, Notre Dame and Western Sydney Uni to improve the recruitment and retention of health professionals in rural and remote Australia.
NSW Police Force
We’ve been delivering recruit training in partnership with the NSW Police Force since 1998.
Centre for Customs and Excise Studies
We partner with The Centre for Customs and Excise Studies to train students in Customs Administration, Border Management, and more.
We partner with NSW Ambulance to deliver our Bachelor of Paramedicine.
CBAA and National Radio News
We partner with the Community Broadcasting Association of Australia to produce hourly news bulletins from our Bathurst campus.
Centre for Islamic Studies and Civilisation
The Centre is a collaboration between Charles Sturt University and the Islamic Sciences and Research Academy of Australia.