Key information

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Study mode

Online
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Campus locations

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Duration

3 years full-time, 6 years part-time
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Session availability

Session 1; Session 2 201830; 201860

Please note: all sessions may not be available at all locations or through all study modes. Please check the Course offerings section for more information.

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International students

  • This course is not available to international students.

Course highlights

CSU's degree equips you with the practical and theoretical knowledge and skills you'll need to meet the leisure, health and wellbeing needs of your community. It aims to empower you to improve people's quality of life in the areas of social support and care.

Tailor your studies

Choose from one of two strands to suit your interests. The Diversional Therapy strand is accredited by Diversional and Recreation Therapy Australia (DRTA). It includes a workplace learning component so you can put your learning into practice, either in your current workplace or on placement, and benefit from contact with professionals in the field. The Community Leisure and Health strand focuses on community development, giving you the skills and knowledge to promote social change for various social groups. You'll learn about advocacy, policy development and health promotion, enabling you to take the lead in health, welfare and community strategy positions.

Professionals teaching you

Learn from experienced and dedicated educators who will support and encourage you to develop your knowledge and skills. Staff come from diverse disciplines, including leisure studies, sociology, psychology, law, physical science, community development, disabilities and gerontology. They include leaders and innovative practitioners who are active in DRTA. Staff are also engaged in wide-ranging research and in community engagement projects with aged-care bodies, disability providers and other community-based services.

Generous credit packages

Reduce the length and cost of your study program with credit for your prior study or work experience, subject to university approval.

Associate Degree in Health Science (Leisure and Health) – Exit Point

If your circumstances change you can exit from the program with an Associate Degree in Health Science (Leisure and Health) after completing the equivalent of 16 eight-point subjects. If you wish to come back to complete the bachelor's degree, you will receive credit for prior learning.

Diversional and Recreation Therapy Australia (DRTA) is the national professional body for the fields of diversional therapy, therapeutic recreation, leisure and health. It provides recognition to the Bachelor of Health Science (Leisure and Health) and the Associate Degree in Health Science (Leisure and Health). CSU works closely with DRTA, industry, other academic institutions and professional bodies to ensure the development of a high-quality curriculum.

If you have completed either the bachelor's or associate degree you are eligible for DRTA Full Membership – Diversional Therapist. You are also eligible for DRTA student membership while studying these courses.

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Diversional Recreation Therapy Australia (DRTA) provides accreditation to the Diversional Therapy strand in both the Bachelor and Associate Degrees.

Please note that the following subjects have a Workplace Learning component:

LES210 Diversional Therapy and Leisure Practice
COM223 Communication Management

Residential schools are a great way to practise what you are learning in a hands-on environment, and to meet your lecturers and classmates.

Some online courses include a residential school, where you will attend a CSU campus during certain sessions throughout your course.

The following subjects may have a residential school component:

From the early stages of your degree, you can apply for a range of international programs through CSU Global. You could take a session or two on exchange at one of CSU’s partner institutions across the world, go on a study tour during the holidays, or complete some of your practical placements in an unique location.

Are you after a unique CSU study experience? By participating in a CSU Global international study program you can gain a new perspective on where your degree can take you, and even complete your degree that little bit faster. CSU Global has many options available to fit with your course, interests and study needs.

Career opportunities

Work in a growth area

With the implementation of the National Disability Insurance Scheme and new aged-care policies across Australia, the leisure and health industry is growing rapidly. Opportunities exist for skilled practitioners in aged care, disability services, mental health and community services.

Explore diverse roles

Positions include community recreation and health officer, health promotions specialist, leisure planner or activity officer, diversional therapist in aged care or disability services, hostel or residential manager, health educator, and disability support officer.

Choose your destination

Employment opportunities are found throughout Australia as well as internationally.

Work in a growth area

With the implementation of the National Disability Insurance Scheme and new aged-care policies across Australia, the leisure and health industry is growing rapidly. Opportunities exist for skilled practitioners in aged care, disability services, mental health and community services.

Explore diverse roles

Positions include community recreation and health officer, health promotions specialist, leisure planner or activity officer, diversional therapist in aged care or disability services, hostel or residential manager, health educator, and disability support officer.

Choose your destination

Employment opportunities are found throughout Australia as well as internationally.

Credit and pathways

Getting into uni isn’t just about your ATAR; we understand that if you’re given the chance to study something you’re passionate about, you can really shine. We offer a range of pathway options, including Early Entry – Schools Recommendation Scheme, Regional Bonus Points, and Indigenous Access Program (IAP) to help you get on track to your dream career.

Credit for prior learning and credit for current competencies will be granted to eligible applicants.

More about Credit

We understand that if you’re given the chance to study something you’re passionate about, you can really shine. We offer a range of pathway options, including Early Entry – Schools Recommendation Scheme, Regional Bonus Points, and Indigenous Access Program (IAP) to help you get on track to your dream career.

Credit for prior learning and credit for current competencies will be granted to eligible applicants.

More about Credit

If you’ve studied before, you may be able to fast-track your postgraduate degree with Recognition for Prior Learning (RPL). If you’ve completed relevant tertiary study, you could be awarded credit for your postgraduate degree. Get in touch to see if you’re eligible for credit based on your previous qualifications or industry experience.

Credit may be received for prior experience and/or higher education applicable to the field of leisure and health, thereby reducing the total number of subjects required to graduate.

Students may be granted credit for unrestricted elective subjects based upon prior tertiary study or relevant work experience. Any applicant having practised in a relevant field for two or more years would be eligible for up to four subjects credit. Applicants with prior tertiary study in a relevant field may gain specific subject credit.

Check your eligibility for credit

Course offerings

The Bachelor of Health Science (Leisure and Health) is only available to study on campus.

The Bachelor of Health Science (Leisure and Health) is only available to study online.

You can study the Bachelor of Health Science (Leisure and Health) online or on campus.

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Enrol TypeModeCampusFee typeSession1Session2Session3Admission Code
DirectOnlineAlbury-WodongaFPOSYYNJALE
DirectOnlineAlbury-WodongaCGSYYNEALH

LEGEND
CGS: Commonwealth Government supported places
FPPG: Fee-paying postgraduate places
FPOS: Fee-paying overseas student places
Admission Code: For your reference if required during your application process
NO TAC: An admission code is not required for applications to CSU Study Centres
TEMP: An admission code has not yet been assigned for this course

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Campus locations listed for online students are purely for administrative purposes and have no relevance to the student experience.

Enrol TypeModeCampusFee typeSession1Session2Session3Admission Code
DirectOnlineAlbury-WodongaFPOSYYNJALE
DirectOnlineAlbury-WodongaCGSYYNEALH

LEGEND
CGS: Commonwealth Government supported places
FPPG: Fee-paying postgraduate places
FPOS: Fee-paying overseas student places
Admission Code: For your reference if required during your application process
NO TAC: An admission code is not required for applications to CSU Study Centres
TEMP: An admission code has not yet been assigned for this course

Erica Stevenson - Bachelor of Health Science (Leisure and Health)

"The subject material was flexible enough to incorporate my personal interests and employment needs. Online learning allowed me to study the degree I wanted, while staying employed, raising a family, and caring for elderly relatives."

Erica Stevenson - Bachelor of Health Science (Leisure and Health)

Subjects

For each 8 point subject you are enrolled in, you should expect to spend 10 to 12 hours per week working on assignments and assigned readings, tutorial assistance, individual or group research/study, forum activity, workplace learning, and attending lectures, residential schools, or examinations.

If you are studying four subjects per session, this is equivalent to a full-time job. The workload for some subjects may vary as a result of approved course design.

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The below information is for new students. Current students should select their subjects by checking the Handbook for the year of their enrolment

BACHELOR OF HEALTH SCIENCE (LEISURE AND HEALTH)

The Bachelor of Health Science (Leisure and Health) course is of 192 points. It has two strands. The first is the Diversional Therapy strand which consists of 13 core subjects (104 points), a restricted elective sequence of six subjects (56 points) and four (4) unrestricted electives (32 points). The second strand is the Community Leisure and Health strand which consists of 13 core subjects (104 points), a restricted elective sequence of seven (7) subjects (56 points) and four (4) unrestricted electives (32 points).

Core Subjects (104 points)

LES101 Introduction to Leisure & Health
LES102 Leisure Programming with Diverse Populations
LES110 Foundations of Leisure Activity
LES202 Contemporary Issues in Community Development
LES301 Health Policy and Program Development
LES302 Leisure and Social Relations
HCS204 Research Methods
LAW131 Legal and Ethical Issues in Health
HIP112 Communication for Health Practice
PSY111 Foundations of Psychology for Health and Human Services
PSY214 Health Psychology
SOC101 Introductory Sociology
SOC108 Sociology of Health and Health Care

Diversional Therapy strand (56 points)
LES210 Diversional Therapy and Leisure Practice (16 points)
WEL206 Facilitating Positive Behaviours
WEL218 Developing Cross Cultural Competencies

students choose one of the following sequences:
GER102 Gerontology Theory & Research
GER204 Ageing and Professional Practice
PSY216 Psychology of Ageing
or
SOC102 Social Inequality
WEL217 Social Dimensions of Disability
WEL228 Disability Issues for Families

and four (4) unrestricted electives (32 points)

Community Leisure and Health strand (56 points)
POL213  Australian Political Institutions
SOC218 Policy, Power and Social Action
SOC203 Sociology of Youth
SOC308 Community Analysis

Students choose one of the following sequences:
SOC102 Social Inequality
WEL228 Disabilities Issues for Families
WEL217 Social Dimensions of Disability
or
COM223 Communication Management
MGT100 Organisations and Management
MGT210 Organisational Behaviour
or
SOC102 Social Inequality
WEL218 Developing Cross Cultural Competencies
WEL229 Introduction to Addiction Studies

and four (4) unrestricted electives (32 points)

ASSOCIATE DEGREE OF HEALTH SCIENCE (LEISURE AND HEALTH) (Exit point Only)

The Associate Degree of Health Science (Leisure and Health) course is of 128 points. It has two strands. The first is the Diversional Therapy strand which consists of 9 core subjects (72 points), a restricted elective sequence of five subjects (48 points) and 1 unrestricted elective (8 points). The second strand is the Community Leisure and Health strand which consists of 9 core subjects (72 points), a restricted elective sequence of 6 subjects (48 points) and 1 unrestricted elective (8 points).

Core Subjects (72 points)
LES101 Introduction to Leisure & Health
LES102 Leisure Programming with Diverse Populations
LES110 Foundations of Leisure Activity
LAW131 Legal and Ethical Issues in Health
HIP112 Communication for Health Practice
PSY111 Foundations of Psychology for Health and Human Services
PSY214 Health Psychology
SOC101 Introductory Sociology
SOC108 Sociology of Health and Health Care

Diversional Therapy strand (48 points)
LES210 Diversional Therapy and Leisure Practice (16 points)
WEL206 Facilitating Positive Behaviours

Students choose one of the following sequences:
GER102 Gerontology Theory & Research
GER204 Ageing and Professional Practice
PSY216  Psychology of Ageing
or
SOC102 Social Inequality
WEL217 Social Dimensions of Disability
WEL228 Disability Issues for Families

and one unrestricted elective (8 points)

Community Leisure and Health strand (48 points)
LES202 Community Leisure & Health Issues
SOC308 Community Analysis
POL213 Australian Political Institutions                                                                                                                                                                                

Students choose one of the following sequences:
SOC102 Social Inequality
WEL217 Social Dimensions of Disability
WEL228 Disabilities Issues for Families
or
MGT100 Organisations and Management
COM223 Communication Management
MGT210 Organisational Behaviour
or
SOC102 Social Inequality
WEL218 Developing Cross Cultural Competencies
WEL229 Introduction to Addiction Studies

and one unrestricted elective (8 points)

SESSION 1 INTAKE

Diversional Therapy Strand

Year 1 - Session 1
LES101 Introduction to Leisure & Health
SOC101 Introductory Sociology

Year 1 - Session 2
LES102 Leisure Programming with Diverse Populations
LAW131 Legal and Ethical Issues in Health

Year 2 - Session 1
PSY111 Foundations of Psychology for Health and Human Services    
SOC108 Sociology of Health and Health Care                                                      

Year 2 - Session 2
LES110 Foundations of Leisure Activity
HIP112 Health Communication

Year 3 - Session 1
LES210 Diversional Therapy and Leisure Practice (16pts) (commenced)
WEL206 Facilitating Positive Behaviours
 
Year 3 - Session 2
LES210 Diversional Therapy and Leisure Practice (16pts) (completed)   
PSY214 Health Psychology

Year 4 - Session 1
Restricted Elective
Restricted Elective

Year 4 - Session 2
Restricted Elective
Unrestricted Elective

Students with 128 points (including the above core subjects) may elect to exit at this point and graduate with the award Associate Degree of Health Science (Leisure and Health).

Year 5 - Session 1
LES301 Leisure and Health Policy and Program Development
HCS204 Research Methods

Year 5 - Session 2
LES302 Leisure and Social Relations
WEL218 Developing Cross Cultural Competencies 

Year 6 - Session 1
LES202 Contemporary Issues in Community Development
Unrestricted Elective

Year 6 - Session 2
Unrestricted Elective
Unrestricted Elective

Restricted Electives - Students choose one of the following sequences:

GER102 Gerontology Theory & Research
GER204 Ageing and Professional Practice
PSY216 Psychology of Ageing
or
SOC102 Social Inequality
WEL217 Social Dimensions of Disability
WEL228 Disabiltiy Issues for Families

 

Community Leisure and Health Strand

Year 1 - Session 1
LES101 Introduction to Leisure & Health
SOC101 Introductory Sociology

Year 1 - Session 2
LES102 Leisure Programming with Diverse Populations
LAW131 Legal and Ethical Issues in Health

Year 2 - Session 1
PSY111 Foundations of Psychology for Health and Human Services   
SOC108 Sociology of Health and Health Care                                                     

Year 2 - Session 2
LES110 Foundations of Leisure Activity
HIP112 Health Communication

Year 3 - Session 1
PSY214 Health Psychology
SOC203 Sociology of Youth

Year 3 - Session 2
POL213 Australian Political Institutions
SOC308 Community Analysis

Year 4 - Session 1
Restricted Elective
Restricted Elective

Year 4 - Session 2
Restricted Elective
Unrestricted Elective

Students with 128 points (including the above core subjects) may elect to exit at this point and graduate with the award Associate Degree of Health Science (Leisure and Health).

Year 5 - Session 1
LES301 Leisure and Health Policy and Program Development
HCS204 Research Methods

Year 5 - Session 2
LES302 Leisure and Social Relations
SOC218 Policy, Power and Social Action

Year 6 - Session 1
LES202 Contemporary Issues in Community Development
Unrestricted Elective

Year 6 - Session 2
Unrestricted Elective
Unrestricted Elective

Restricted Electives - Students choose one of the following sequences:

SOC102 Social Inequality
WEL228 Disabilities Issues for Families
WEL217 Social Dimensions of Disability
or
COM223 Communication Management
MGT100 Organisations and Management
MGT210 Organisational Behaviour
or
SOC102 Social Inequality
WEL218 Developing Cross Cultural Competencies
WEL229 Introduction to Addiction Studies

 

SESSION 2  INTAKE

Diversional Therapy Strand

Year 1 - Session 2
LES102 Leisure Programming with Diverse Populations
LAW131 Legal and Ethical Issues in Health

Year 2 - Session 1
LES101 Introduction to Leisure & Health
SOC101 Introductory Sociology

Year 2 - Session 2
LES110 Foundations of Leisure Activity
HIP112 Health Communication

Year 3 - Session 1
PSY111 Foundations of Psychology for Health and Human Services   
SOC108 Sociology of Health and Health Care                                                     

Year 3 - Session 2
LES210 Diversional Therapy and Leisure Practice (16pts) (completed) 
PSY214 Health Psychology

Year 4 - Session 1
LES210 Diversional Therapy and Leisure Practice (16pts) (commenced)
WEL206 Facilitating Positive Behaviours

Year 4 - Session 2
Restricted Elective
Unrestricted Elective

Year 5 - Session 1
Restricted Elective
Restricted Elective

Students with 128 points (including the above core subjects) may elect to exit at this point and graduate with the award Associate Degree of Health Science (Leisure and Health).

Year 5 - Session 2
LES202 Contemporary Issues in Community Development
WEL218 Developing Cross Cultural Competencies

Year 6 - Session 1
LES301 Leisure and Health Policy and Program Development
HCS204 Research Methods

Year 6 - Session 2
LES302 Leisure and Social Relations
Unrestricted Elective

Year 7 - Session 1
Unrestricted Elective
Unrestricted Elective

Restricted Electives - Students choose one of the following sequences:

GER102 Gerontology Theory & Research
GER204 Ageing and Professional Practice
PSY216 Psychology of Ageing
or
SOC102 Social Inequality
WEL217 Social Dimensions of Disability
WEL228 Disabiltiy Issues for Families

Community Leisure and Health Strand

Year 1 - Session 2
LES102 Leisure Programming with Diverse Populations
LAW131 Legal and Ethical Issues in Health

Year 2 - Session 1
LES101 Introduction to Leisure & Health
SOC101 Introductory Sociology

Year 2 - Session 2
LES110 Foundations of Leisure Activity
HIP112 Health Communication

Year 3 - Session 1
PSY111 Foundations of Psychology for Health and Human Services  
SOC108 Sociology of Health and Health Care                                                    

Year 3 - Session 2
POL213 Australian Political Institutions
SOC308 Community Analysis

Year 4 - Session 1
PSY214 Health Psychology
SOC203 Sociology of Youth

Year 4 - Session 2
Restricted Elective
Restricted Elective

Year 5 - Session 1
Restricted Elective
Unrestricted Elective

Students with 128 points (including the above core subjects) may elect to exit at this point and graduate with the award Associate Degree of Health Science (Leisure and Health).

Year 5 - Session 2
LES302 Leisure and Social Relations
SOC218 Policy, Power and Social Action

Year 6 - Session 1
LES301 Leisure and Health Policy and Program Development
LES202 Contemporary Issues in Community Development

Year 6 - Session 2
HCS204 Research Methods
Unrestricted Elective

Year 7 - Session 1
Unrestricted Elective
Unrestricted Elective

Restricted Electives - Students choose one of the following sequences:

SOC102 Social Inequality
WEL228 Disabilities Issues for Families
WEL217 Social Dimensions of Disability
or
COM223 Communication Management
MGT100 Organisations and Management
MGT210 Organisational Behaviour
or
SOC102 Social Inequality
WEL218 Developing Cross Cultural Competencies
WEL229 Introduction to Addiction Studies

Graduation requirements

As a CSU student, throughout your course you have a responsibility to continue to develop skills in English language, literacy and numeracy as appropriate to your discipline. This ongoing development will enable you to effectively participate in your course and graduate prepared to enter the workforce.

To graduate from the Bachelor degree, students must satisfactorily complete 192 subject points.

Fees and costs

If you are an Australian or New Zealand permanent resident find out more about domestic fees. Eligible students can defer these fees through the HECS-HELP government student loan system.

If you are an international student, find out more about international fees.

Additional course-related expenses you may need to consider.

  • Student Services and Amenities Fee (SSAF).
  • Textbooks (you may be able to purchase these second-hand).
  • Travel and accommodation expenses for any workplace learning, field trips or residential schools.
  • Uniforms (e.g. shirts, polo tops, scrubs or overalls).

Tax deductions: in some instances you may be able to claim a tax deduction for self-education expenses. Please seek independent qualified taxation advice to find out if you qualify.

If you are an Australian or New Zealand permanent resident, find out more about domestic fees.

Eligible students can defer these fees through the HECS-HELP or FEE-HELP government student loan system.

Additional costs you may need to consider include the Student Services and Amenities Fee.

If you are not an Australian or New Zealand permanent resident, find out more about international fees.

Additional costs you may need to consider include the Student Services and Amenities Fee.

In some instances a tax deduction may be claimed for self-education expenses. Please seek independent qualified taxation advice.

Already studied with CSU? Our 10 per cent Alumni discount applies to this course.

Online students receive one free textbook per subject.

Support

Finishing high school this year? Taking a few years off to find out what you really want to do in life? Need to attend classes from anywhere in the world?

When you study with CSU, we’ll be with you all the way, helping you develop your study and academic skills in person, online or over the phone. Whatever your situation, Student Central is your first point of call as a CSU student. Our friendly support team can answer all your questions, whether you are studying on campus or online.

When you study with CSU, we’ll be with you all the way, helping you develop your study and academic skills in person, online or over the phone. Whatever your situation, Student Central is your first point of call as a CSU student. Our friendly support team can answer all your questions, whether you are studying on campus or online.

When it comes to postgraduate study, we understand that having the right kind of support is key to your success. You’ll enjoy flexible learning that allows you to fit study into your life, at a time that suits you. Our team are only a phone call or email away and you can even use our online chat for any questions you may have. We can also help you connect with scholarships, grants, loans, and assistance that can make further study affordable. At CSU, we’re with you every step of the way.

We have a wide range of scholarships available to help you with the costs of studying at CSU. There are scholarships based on academic performance or your personal circumstances. Other scholarships and grants cover specific costs like accommodation and textbooks, and some offer funds that you can use in any way to enhance your university experience. Find a scholarship to suit your needs and apply now.

Indigenous students can access the Indigenous Academic Success Program (IASP). This free program is available to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students enrolled at CSU. It gives you one-on-one access to tutors to help you with your assessments and prepare you for exams.

International students

Gain an internationally recognised qualification with CSU at one of our vibrant regional campuses, or study online from the comfort of your own home - anywhere in the world!

You can also study accounting, business and information technology courses at a CSU Study Centre in Brisbane, Melbourne or Sydney.

Browse through the tabs below for more information or visit our International website to discover more about an Australian university experience like no other.

Please note: if you choose to study online with CSU, the course study mode will not meet necessary requirements for granting Australian student visas.

There are minimum Academic and English Language requirements for admission to CSU courses. These requirements ensure that our students have the best chance for success. Minimum requirements can vary from country to country, so please take some time to review our entry requirements  before starting your application. If you cannot find the requirements for your country please contact us.

At CSU, we understand that you are making a financial investment in your future and we want to make sure that you receive the best value for money for your education. That’s why our students enjoy more affordable course tuition fees than other Australian universities, while still receiving a high standard of education.

Tuition fees are set for the duration of your course and don’t go up each year.

CSU Alumni receive a discount on fee-paying postgraduate courses – so if you study your bachelor’s degree with us, and decide to continue your studies at CSU, you could save 10 per cent off your postgraduate tuition.

Please note: whether you study on campus or online, textbooks and other items that you may be required to purchase during your study are not included in the tuition fees.

More information on tuition and other fees.

More information on fees for on-campus study in Australia.

Aside from course tuition fees, all students who choose to study on campus incur other fees such as accommodation, Student Services and Amenities Fee (SSAF), Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) and other living expenses.

If you choose to study online, some subjects may require you to attend compulsory residential schools in Australia. Residential schools are held on campus in Australia for up to five days during certain sessions.

Please check the residential schools tab in the Course highlights section above (or your offer of admission if your application is successful) for more information on which subjects may have a residential school component.

Online courses for international students do not meet the requirement for an Australian Student Visa, therefore you will need to check that you can obtain an appropriate visa for any residential school session. For more information about visas, visit the Australian Government Department of Immigration and Border Protection. More information about residential schools can be found on our Future Students Hub.

CSU campuses offer a uniquely Australian living experience. Most of our campuses have accommodation on-site with many of the buildings nestled among gum trees with native wildlife like kangaroos and kookaburras sharing the space. Off-campus accommodation options can also be arranged.

Few universities in Australia can match the range of accommodation available at CSU’s campuses. Campus life offers all the facilities of a small village with community spirit, helping you to meet lots of new friends while living in a safe and secure environment.

Find out more about CSU’s accommodation options.

Whether you choose to study online or on campus, our international support services can make all the difference. From managing visa requirements to study support, and career advice, we’ve got you covered and our friendly staff will help make your university experience one you will never forget.

At CSU, we work with trained international recruitment agents in more than 40 countries to help you find the course and study option that is right for you. Our agents can assist you to apply for study either on campus in Australia or online. Depending on your country of citizenship you may be required to apply to CSU via an agent. Visit our International agents page for more information.

How to apply

Applying to CSU is easy. Choose how you want to apply below, or get in touch with CSU and we can help you with your application.

Universities Admissions Centre
(UAC)

Are you a school leaver wanting to study on campus?

Important dates

30 Sep 2017
UAC on time applications close

Victorian Tertiary Admissions Centre
(VTAC)

Want to study at Albury-Wodonga Campus and don’t live in NSW or ACT?

Important dates

28 Sep 2017
VTAC on time applications close

10 Oct 2017
VTAC special consideration (SEAS) applications close

16 Jan 2018
VTAC first round offers released

Charles Sturt University
(CSU)

Are you a non-school leaver or do you want to study online?

Important dates

31 Aug 2017
2017 Session 3 Application closing date

30 Oct 2017
2018 Session 1 Application closing date

23 Feb 2018
2018 Session 2 Applications open

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Are you a non-school leaver or do you want to study online?

Important dates

31 Aug 2017
2017 Session 3 Application closing date

30 Oct 2017
2018 Session 1 Application closing date

23 Feb 2018
2018 Session 2 Applications open

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