Sydney Study Centre

The Charles Sturt University Study Centres are operated in conjunction with Study Group Australia. Study Group is a world leader in education and training for international students, providing a complete range of educational opportunities for students from over 120 countries.

CSU Study Centre in Sydney is located in the heart of the city, and is well equipped with the latest technology, work placement assistance and busy student activities calendar. The Study Centre is also surrounded by a superb array of shops, cafes and restaurants and has excellent access to transportation.

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*The CSU Study Centres in Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney are operated by Study Group Australia Pty Ltd ABN 88 070 919 327 under a services agreement with Charles Sturt University ABN 83 878 708 551. All students studying at the CSU Study Centres are enrolled at Charles Sturt University. All staff of the CSU Study Centres are employees of Study Group Australia Pty Ltd.

General Enquiries:

Phone: (02) 9291 9300

Facsimile: + 61 2 9283 3303

CSU Sydney Study Centre
Level 1 63 Oxford Street
Darlinghurst NSW 2010

Course enquiries
Phone: (02) 9291 9308 (from Australia)
+61 2 9291 9308 (from outside Australia)

Campus postal address:
Student Enrolment Adviser
Shop 18, 63 Oxford Street
NSW 2010


Sydney Study Centre campus location

Level 1 63 Oxford Street, Darlinghurst NSW 2010

Facts and figures
City population 4,627,345
There is a range of quality accommodation available to you while studying at the Study Centre in Sydney. You can choose to live with a host family or in the more independent surroundings of a college residence.

More about the Sydney Study Centre

Campus information
  • computer teaching laboratories with wireless internet access
  • a well equipped library with an extensive DVD and CD Rom collection and online databases
  • student lounge
  • well-equipped classrooms
  • international student and academic student support.

Sydney - the city

Sydney, the capital of NSW, has been voted as the world's 9th best city to live in, based on the 2007 Worldwide Quality of Living Survey by Mercer Human Resource Consulting.

Sydney is the oldest settlement in Australia, with world-famous icons such as the Opera House and Harbour Bridge, set around a stunning natural harbour. The City of Sydney has a diverse ethnic mix with half of its residents born overseas. Sydney is a great city in which to live, study and work.

Sydney is famous for its amazing beaches. Enjoy the Manly and Bondi beaches or view the city sights from the sea by taking a ferry across the beautiful harbour. You'll also find a truly global range of cuisines in Sydney including Chinese, Japanese, Thai, Indian, Greek, African, Lebanese or traditional Australian food.

More on the history of CSU in Sydney