Publications and policy

Following our commitment to sustainability, we are minimising our printed publications and policies, and providing these online.

Publications

Our publications available for download are available below.

Prospective student publications

  • Undergraduate guide to study

    Study With CSU: Undergraduate Guide 2019

    Start now and discover how CSU can help you achieve your career goals.

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  • Postgraduate guide to study

    Explore the course options that will help you take your professional life to the next level. This guide is for you if you’re looking to upgrade your skills to take the next step in your industry, or get qualified to change careers.

    Plus, find out how CSU's courses can fit into your life. Most postgraduate qualifications can be studied online so you can learn while working and meeting your other commitments.

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  • International guide to study

    This prospectus provides you with information about studying with CSU as an international student, whether you choose to come on campus in Australia or study online from your home country.

    You will be introduced to our campuses and get an overview of our campus cities, learn more about our international partnerships, and find out more about accommodation, support, services and facilities for all international students. All courses offered to international students are listed, including undergraduate, postgraduate, on campus and online degrees.

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  • CSU study centre prospectus

    This prospectus focuses on the offerings at our CSU Study Centres located in Sydney and Melbourne (and from July 2016 CSU Study Centre Brisbane), which include courses in accounting, business and information technology.

    Most courses at CSU Study Centres are available to international students only.

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  • Choose your career guide

    CSU's Choose Your Career answers some of the questions Year 10 students (and their parents) may have when choosing subjects for Years 11 and 12, and provides advice on study options.

    This booklet is a snapshot of what it’s like at CSU, pathways to study, some of the costs to consider, and the teaching and leisure facilities available on campus. The areas of study available at CSU are listed, outlining possible career opportunities and HSC subject recommendations. University terms are explained and there are tips for giving yourself the best chance to get into the course of your choice.

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  • Parental information

    Our Parent Information booklet provides information for your child's successful transition to University.

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CSU corporate publications

  • CSU handbook

    The Charles Sturt University Handbook, published by Governance Services, is the official handbook of the University's courses and subjects.

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    CSU Handbook Online

  • University strategy

    The latest versions of the Strategic Direction, University Performance Measures and a concept of how the strategy will work, along with a short video to take you through the key points.

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    University Strategy

  • CSU policy library

    The Policy Library is the sole authoritative source of official academic and administrative policies, procedures, guidelines, rules and regulations of the University.

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    CSU Policy Library Website

  • Annual reports

    CSU's annual reports.

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    CSU Annual Reports

  • CSU's 25 year commemorative book

    At 25 years of age Charles Sturt University is young, yet old.

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    CSU 25 Year Commemorative Book

Policy

See our Policy Library, legal statements, commitment to accessibility and our Code of Conduct.

Our policies

Our Policy Library is the authoritative source of academic and administrative policies, procedures, guidelines, rules and regulations.

Legal

See our website disclaimer, copyright notice and privacy statement.

Accessibility

We are committed to providing timely, accurate and accessible online information and resources to all students and staff, regardless of age, ethnicity or disability.

Code of Conduct

Our code of conduct is covered by 3 policies: