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Fall 2023 Applications Are Still Open!
Fall & Spring 2023 Applications Are Still Open!


When students study in Australia at Charles Sturt University, they get an internationally recognised qualification and open up opportunities to their dream careers across the world. Students get hands-on experience from day one, and  they can choose from a range of study locations in vibrant regional cities and selected courses in capital cities. 

Bathurst offers a great mix of country and city. It sits in a semi-rural setting, but is just a few blocks from the centre of town. Students of the arts, business, communication, computing, education, nursing, paramedicine, psychology, sports science and the social sciences have access to the latest technologies and facilities. A vibrant social scene also means there is plenty to do beyond students' studies, from acting and sports to contributing to the student radio station or a community initiative. 

Why Charles Sturt University - Bathurst

  • Campus Life and Surroundings: Bathurst has a rich and interesting history of gold rush days. Today, the city has many bars, restaurants and local wineries, as well as numerous sporting and social activities. Students can also explore the nearby Blue Mountains National Park.
  • Facilities: Facilities include 24-hour Learning Commons; wireless internet connection in hotspot locations; a Dental and Oral Health Clinic; sporting and recreational facilities; exercise science, nursing, paramedic and biochemistry laboratories; industry standard Media Centre and broadcasting by radio station 2MCE-FM; television studios and editing suites and a post office and mini-market.
  • Student Support Services: Students are offered support and guidance every step of their studying journey. Charles Sturt offers study support, career advice, English language skills support and equity support.
  • Commitment to Learning: The industry-relevant courses and workplace learning create highly employable and skilled graduates who make meaningful contributions to their communities.
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