Key information

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Study mode

Online; On campus
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Campus locations

Wagga Wagga
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Duration

4 years full-time, 8 years part-time
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Admission information

6500
keyboard_arrow_rightEntry requirements

CSU has a variety of pathways and admissions requirements for study. Details of the types of 'bonus points' and other ATAR-related adjustments commonly available to applicants are set out in the CSU institutional admissions information and CSU's general admissions policy.

You can also view details about the applicants who commenced this course last year in the ATAR profile and See the student profile.

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Session availability

Session 1 201830
Session 1 201830

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

Study mode

On campus

Campus locations

Wagga Wagga
  • This course is not available to international students.

Course highlights

There is a significant demand for teachers qualified in technology and applied studies. On completion of this course you will be classed as a teacher of technology with the ability to teach in the key learning area of design and technology and another selected from agricultural technology, food technology, industrial technology and information technology. Students undertaking the industrial technology or food technology strand can also add an additional teaching area of either graphics and multimedia technology or textiles technology.

Flexible learning opportunities

This program is offered as a full-time, four-year blended delivery program, predominantly taught face-to-face on the Wagga Wagga Campus, or as a part-time or full-time program delivered online with residential schools for practical components.

Graduate job-ready

Within the 80 days of professional experience embedded in this course you will engage with the practice of teaching and learning including behaviour management, planning, and assessment.

Wide range of technology specialisations available

The Bachelor of Education (Technology and Applied Studies) at CSU is the most comprehensive in the country, offering you the greatest selection of technology areas to choose from.

This course is accredited by the Board of Studies, Teaching and Educational Standards (BOSTES) until 31 December 2016 for national accreditation recognised by the Australian Institute of Teaching and School Leadership (AITSL).

This course is accredited by the Board of Studies, Teaching and Educational Standards (BOSTES) until 31 December 2016 for national accreditation recognised by the Australian Institute of Teaching and School Leadership (AITSL).

The first professional experience component of this course involves a 20-day professional experience program where students engage with issues of teaching and learning, behaviour management, planning and assessment.

There are then two additional 30-day blocks of workplace learning in the course, totalling 80 days of professional experience placements.

In undertaking the professional experience placements, students need to be mindful of relevant protocols that are explained on the Faculty of Arts and Education Professional Experience website. Students should not make arrangements for placements prior to discussions with staff in the Professional Experience Office.

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

EPT123 Implementing Professional Knowledge in TAS Classrooms
EPT329 Working Within The Community
EPT218 Student Learning and Engagement
EPT436 Transition to the Teaching Profession

Literacy and Numeracy Test for Initial Teacher Education Students

From 1 July 2016, all students must pass the Literacy and Numeracy Test for Initial Teacher Education Students (LANTITE) before being able to register with their state-based teacher institute or equivalent body. From January 2017, all students will need to pass the test before undertaking their final professional experience placement. This computer-based test consists of both multiple choice and short answer questions and is designed to assess personal literacy and numeracy capabilities. The purpose of the test is to demonstrate to future employers that early career teachers have high levels of literacy and numeracy. CSU has a range of support options specifically for initial teacher education students preparing for the Test. More information about the test is available at teacheredtest.acer.edu.au

Working with Children Check

All teacher education students in Australia must comply with the working with children legislation requirements of the state / country of where their placement is occurring. Students will be required to provide evidence to the Faculty of Arts and Education’s Professional Experience Unit of a Working with Children Check (WWCC) clearance letter prior to undertaking any placement in a school or early childhood service. The checks are intended to identify people who have convictions for such things as violence or sexual offences and who may put clients'/children’s personal safety or health at risk. Traffic violations and other minor offences are not of interest.

Prospective students should be aware that not passing a Working with Children Check will make it difficult for them to complete a teacher education course satisfactorily because of the unavailability of suitable school or preschool professional experience placements.

The Working with Children Check expires every five years. You will be required to ensure it remains current and valid to the end of the final placement in the course. Please note that a WWCC can take an extended period of time, so it is recommended that you commence the process early to prevent timing problems. The Australian Institute of Family Studies provides useful information and links relevant to the Australian states and territories. Information on the current Working with Children Check must be uploaded to the student’s information site on InPlace.

Anaphylaxis Training for all Initial Teacher Education Students

The NSW Education Standards Authority (ESA), previously the NSW Board of Studies, Teaching and Educational Standards (BOSTES), now requires that all initial teacher education students have training in anaphylaxis. In order to meet this requirement, ALL students must complete the training module found at http://etraining.allergy.org.au. The online module takes approximately one hour to complete.

On successful completion of the online module, participants will receive a certificate of completion. A copy of this certificate must be attached to your application for your professional experience placement. ESA suggests that students also present a copy of their certificate of completion to principals at the commencement of their professional experience placements. The training must be successfully undertaken every two years and students will need to ensure that their certificate of completion is current.

The NSW Department of Education advises that students who do not successfully complete this training, as verified by the university, will not be able to undertake professional experience activities in NSW public schools.

Child Protection Awareness Training

Students must also complete child protection awareness training. Where this is not possible face to face, an online training course is available. This training needs to be renewed annually. See: Child protection awareness training e-learning module

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:

AGR220 Extension
EPI203 Metal Technology: Workshop & Design
EPI105 Technology Design Contexts
PSC270 Annual Crop Management
PSC102 Botany
AGS301 Weed and Pesticide Sciences
EPI307 Timber Technology: Workshop & Pedagogy
PSC104 Soil Science
FDS101 Food Processing
FDS304 Product Development
PSC236 Pasture Production and Utilisation
FDS308 Food Technology
PSC202 Crop And Pasture Science
EPI306 Metal Technology: Workshop & Pedagogy
EPI104 Timber Technology: Workshop & Design

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.

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Career opportunities

Careers in the field of teaching are diverse and can lead to positions nationally and internationally.

A wide variety of options

Secondary school teachers are employed across several industries including education and training, public administration and safety, health care and social assistance among others.

Public and private

There are a range of career opportunities that exist in both government and non-government schools.

Be in demand

Choose your technology specialisation and take your skills to secondary schools and colleges throughout the country.

Careers in the field of teaching are diverse and can lead to positions nationally and internationally.

A wide variety of options

Secondary school teachers are employed across several industries including education and training, public administration and safety, health care and social assistance among others.

Public and private

There are a range of career opportunities that exist in both government and non-government schools.

Be in demand

Choose your technology specialisation and take your skills to secondary schools and colleges throughout the country.

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 arrangements have been organised based on completion of cross-institutional study with Southern Cross University (SCU) in three Textiles Technology discipline subjects, namely

DES10643 Textiles Science & Innovation
DES10641 Textiles & Design
DES10642 Textiles & Society

This credit will be represented via the following entry level credit package:

TXT03C Textiles and Design - 24 credit points -  FCR (Forward Credit)

On successful  completion of three SCU subjects:

- DES10643 Textiles Science & Innovation;
- DES10642 Textiles & Society; and,
- DES10642 Textiles & Design.

 The Forward Credit (FCR) will be converted to Transfer Credit (TCR).

Check your eligibility for credit

Course offerings

The Bachelor of Education (Technology and Applied Studies) is only available to study on campus.

The Bachelor of Education (Technology and Applied Studies) is only available to study online.

You can study the Bachelor of Education (Technology and Applied Studies) online or on campus.

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Enrol TypeModeCampusFee typeSession1Session2Session3Admission Code
DirectOn campusWagga WaggaFPOSYNNIETS
DirectOn campusWagga WaggaCGSYNNKETS
UACOn campusWagga WaggaCGSYNN213204
DirectOnlineWagga WaggaCGSYNNEEAP

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

Check your session and application dates open_in_new

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

Enrol TypeModeCampusFee typeSession1Session2Session3Admission Code
DirectOn campusWagga WaggaFPOSYNNIETS
DirectOn campusWagga WaggaCGSYNNKETS
UACOn campusWagga WaggaCGSYNN213204
DirectOnlineWagga WaggaCGSYNNEEAP

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

Craig Shaw - CSU Education Graduate

"The practical placements meant I gained the confidence to put into practice what I had learned, and I also gained exposure to professional teachers with 30 plus years in teaching."

Craig Shaw - CSU Education Graduate

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

Course Structure

To graduate with the Bachelor of Education (Technology and Applied Studies), students must complete 33 subjects (264 points) made up as follows:

- one compulsory literacy subject;
- one Indigenous subject;
- 11 core education subjects including 3 professional experience subjects;
- 4 Curriculum Method subjects;
- 6 Design & Technology subjects;
- 10 Discipline Specialist subjects.

All subjects have a value of 8 points.


CORE SUBJECTS
All students complete all core subjects listed below:

Compulsory Literacy subject
LIT101  Language and Text

Indigenous Studies subject:
IKC101  Indigenous Cultures, Histories and Contemporary Realities

Core Education subjects
EEA202  Managing the Classroom Environment
EED308  Adolescence and Learning
EEP306  Pedagogy in Diverse Classrooms
ESC407  Classroom Technologies
EED408  Successful Teaching
EEE405  Assessment and Reporting
ELN402  Literacy Strategies for Learning
ESS419  Principles of Inclusive Classroom
Professional Experience
EPT123  Implementing Professional Knowledge in the TAS Classroom (20 days)
EPT329  Working within the Community (30 days)
EPT436  Transitions to the Teaching Profession (30 days)

Core Design & Technology subjects
ART304  Aspects of Design, 1850 to the Present
EMT303  Design & Technology Project
EPI105  Technology Design Contexts
GRP225  Experimental Design
VPA101  Fundamentals of Design 1
VPA104  Introduction to Digital Imaging

CURRICULUM METHOD SUBJECTS
All students complete the following 2 subjects:
EMT203  Design & Technologies: An Introduction
EMT445  Curriculum Method: Design & Technology;

PLUS one pair of subjects below:

Agricultural Technology stream
EMT441  Curriculum Method Agriculture
EMT446  Curriculum Method 2: Technologies:
OR
Industrial Technology and Food Technology (with Graphics & Multimedia or Textiles Technology) streams
EMT410  Curriculum Method: Technology Studies
EMT446  Curriculum Method 2: Technologies
OR
Information Technology stream
EMT443  Curriculum Method 1: Information Technology
EMT444  Curriculum Method 2: Information Technology


DISCIPLINE SPECIALIST SUBJECTS Students complete one of the following strands:

Agricultural Technology - Major
AGB165  Agribusiness Systems
AGR220  Extension
ASC261  Animal Reproduction
AGS100  Livestock Production Systems
AGS300  Livestock Management
AGS301  Weed & Pesticide Science
PSC102  Botany
PSC104  Soil Science
PSC202  Crop and Pasture Science
PSC270  Annual Crop Management

OR

Information Technology - Major
ITC106  Programming Principles
ITC114  Database Management Systems
ITC161  Introduction to Information Technology
ITC203  Object Oriented Systems Analysis & Design
ITC206  Programming in Java
ITC211  Systems Analysis
ITC212  Internet Technologies OR ITC108  Games Design
ITC218  ICT Project Management OR ITC209  Mobile Applications Development
ITC331  Ethic and Professional Practice
ITC333  ITC313  Programming in Java 2 OR ITC333  Server Administration and Maintenance

OR

Food Technology - Major
FDS102  Introduction to Food and Nutrition
FDS310  Food Product Development
FDS305  Quality Assurance
FDS309  Food Processing
MCR101  Introduction to Microbiology
NUT201  Food and Health
and
Textiles Technology – Minor
CCI100  Introduction to Media Production
* TXT03C Textiles and Design (credit package of 24 points based on completion of 3 Southern Cross University subjects - see below)
or
Graphics and Multimedia Technology - Minor
CCI100  Introduction to Media Production
GRP117  Graphic Design Theory & Practice
GRP223  Strategic Thinking in Design
GRP224  Identity and Branding

OR

Industrial Technology - Major
MTH105  Introductory Mathematics or MTH101  Computer Aided Mathematics
PHY107  General Physics
EPI104  Timber Technology: Workshop & Design
EPI203  Metal Technology: Workshop & Design
EPI306  Metal Technology: Workshop & Pedagogy
EPI307  Timber Technology: Workshop & Pedagogy
and
Textiles Technology – Minor
CCI100  Introduction to Media Production
* TXT03C Textiles and Design (credit package of 24 ponits based on completion of 3 Southern Cross University subjects - see below)
or
Graphics and Multimedia Technology - Minor
CCI100  Introduction to Media Production
GRP117  Graphic Design Theory & Practice
GRP223  Strategic Thinking in Design
GRP224  Identity and Branding

*Cross Institutional Studies with Southern Cross University
Credit arrangements exist with Southern Cross University (SCU) to provide 3 discipline subjects for students in the Textiles Technology stream. Students will enrol in these subjects as cross-institutional enrolments with SCU.

This credit will be represented on student transcripts as TXT03C Textiles and Design (24 points), and is awarded on the basis of completion of the following 3 SCU subjects:

- DES 10643 Textiles Science & Innovation;
- DES 10641 Textiles & Design; and
- DES 10642 Textiles & Society

NOTE: DES 10641 has a prerequisite of Certificate III in Applied Fashion Design and Technology - this can be completed by distance education prior to enrolment in DES 10641.

VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING (VET) IN SCHOOLS
Students are encouraged to undertake ‘VET in Schools’ qualifications concurrently with the Bachelor of Education (TAS) to enhance their employment opportunities. Students are responsible for accessing these courses through a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) such as TAFE or similar training providers. This is optional study and any associated costs are the responsibility of the student.

Possible VET in Schools areas include:

Industrial Technology related VET area requirements:
Certificate l in Engineering (Production Technology) and Certificate lV in Training and Assessment (TAE40116) and related industry experience and/or Certificate 1 in Construction and Certificate ll in Construction Pathways and Certificate lV in Training and Assessment (TAE40116) and related industry experience.

Food Technology related VET area requirements:
Certificate II in Hospitality (Kitchen Operations) and Certificate lV in Training and Assessment (TAE40116) and related industry experience.

Agricultural Technology related VET area requirements:
Certificate ll in Agriculture or Certificate ll in Horticulture and Certificate lV in Training and Assessment (TAE40116) and related industry experience.

Information Technology related VET area requirements:
Certificate lll in Information, Digital Media & Technology and Certificate lV in Training and Assessment (TAE40116) and related industry experience.
See the Department of Education & Training VET Teacher Training Program website for current information:
https://www.det.nsw.edu.au/vetinschools/teachertraining/index.html.

KEY SUBJECTS
Key subjects contain critical information that students must master in order to progress in their course. Passing a key subject is one of the indicators of satisfactory academic progress in a course. Student must pass key subjects at no more than two attempts. As of 2018, key subjects for the Bachelor of Education (TAS) course are as follows:

IKC101  Indigenous Cultures, Histories & Contemporary Realities
LIT101  Language and Text
EMT203  Design & Technology: An Introduction
EMT445  Curriculum Method: Design & Technology

Enrolment Pattern

The enrolment patterns below are the ideal patterns to follow. Note that part-time patterns occasionally include a session of enrolment in 3 subjects, which is more than the standard two-subjects-per-session part-time study load. If needed, enrolment in these sessions can be adjusted to suit your circumstances.

AGRICULTURE TECHNOLOGY MAJOR full-time:

Mixed mode (on campus + online)

Year 1 – Session 1
AGB165  Agribusiness Systems
PSC102  Botany
VPA101  Fundamentals of Design 1
VPA104  Introduction to Digital Imaging
Year 1 - Session 2
AGS100  Livestock Production Systems
AGR220  Extension
GRP225  Experimental Design
PSC104  Soil Science
Year 1 - Session 3
LIT101  Language and Text


Year 2 – Session 1
EMT203  Design & Technologies: An Introduction
EPI105  Technology Design Contexts
IKC101  Indigenous Cultures, Histories & Contemporary Realities
PSC202  Crop Pasture Science
Year 2 - Session 2
AGS300  Livestock Management
AGS301  Weed & Pesticide Science
EMT303  Design & Technology Project
PSC270  Annual Crop Management
Year 2 - Session 3
EMT445  Curriculum Method: Design & Technology


Year 3 – Session 1
ART304  Aspects of Design
ASC261  Animal Reproduction
EMT441  Curriculum Method: Agriculture
EPT123  Implementing Professional Knowledge in TAS Classrooms
Year 3 - Session 2
EED308  Adolescence & Learning
EED408  Successful Teaching
EMT446  Curriculum Method: Technologies
EPT329  Working within the Community

Year 4 – Session 1
EEA202  Managing the Classroom Environment OR EEA406  Managing the Classroom Environment
EEE405  Assessment & Reporting
​ELN402 Literacy Strategies for Learning
EPT436  Transition to the Teaching Profession
Year 4 - Session 2
EEP306  Pedagogy in Diverse Classrooms
ESC407  Classroom Technologies
ESS419  Principles of Inclusive Education



AGRICULTURAL TECHNOLOGY MAJOR part-time:

Online only

Year 1 – Session 1
PSC102  Botany
VPA101  Fundamentals of Design 1
Year 1 - Session 2
GRP225  Experimental Design
PSC104  Soil Science
Year 1 - Session 3
LIT101  Language and Text


Year 2 – Session 1
AGB165  Agribusiness Systems
EPI105  Technology Design Contexts
VPA104  Introduction to Digital Imaging
Year 2 - Session 2
AGS100  Livestock Production Systems
EED308  Adolescence & Learning
Year 2 - Session 3
IKC101  Indigenous Cultures, Histories & Contemporary Realities


Year 3 – Session 1
EMT203  Design & Technologies: An Introduction
PSC202  Crop Pasture Science
Year 3 - Session 2
AGS300  Livestock Management
AGS301  Weed & Pesticide Science
EMT303  Design & Technology Project
Year 3 - Session 3
EMT445  Curriculum Method: Design & Technology


Year 4 – Session 1
ART304  Aspects of Design
ASC261  Animal Reproduction
Year 4 - Session 2
AGR220  Extension
EMT446  Curriculum Method: Technologies
PSC270  Annual Crop Management
Year 4 - Session 3
EEA202  Managing the Classroom Environment OR EEA406  Managing the Classroom Environment


Year 5 – Session 1
EEP306  Pedagogy in Diverse Classrooms
EMT441  Curriculum Method: Agriculture
EPT123  Implementing Professional Knowledge in TAS Classrooms
Year 5 - Session 2
EED408  Successful Teaching
EPT329  Working within the Community
Year 5 - Session 3
ESS419  Principles of Inclusive Education


Year 6 – Session 1
EEE405  Assessment & Reporting
EPT436  Transition to the Teaching Profession
Year 6 - Session 2
ELN402  Literacy Strategies for Learning
ESC407  Classroom Technologies


FOOD TECHNOLOGY MAJOR – TEXTILES TECHNOLOGY MINOR* full-time:

*The Textiles Technology Minor can be replaced by the Graphics and Multimedia Technology Minor.

Mixed mode (on campus + online)

Year 1 – Session 1
CCI100  Introduction to Media Production
NUT201  Food and Health
VPA101  Fundamentals of Design 1
VPA104  Introduction to Digital Imaging
Year 1 - Session 2
MCR101  Introduction to Microbiology
FDS102  Introduction to Food and Nutrition
GRP225  Experimental Design
TXT03C Textiles and Design credit** (SCU cross-institutional enrolment in DES 10642 Textiles & Society)
Year 1 - Session 3
IKC101  Indigenous Cultures, Histories & Contemporary Realities
LIT101  Language and Text


Year 2 – Session 1
EMT203  Design & Technology: An Introduction
EPI105  Technology Design Contexts
FDS305  Quality Assurance
TXT03C Textiles and Design credit** (SCU cross-institutional enrolment in DES 10643 Textiles Science & Innovation)
Year 2 - Session 2
EMT303  Design & Technology Project
FDS304  Product Development OR FDS310  Food Product Development
FDS309  Food Processing and Preservation
TXT03C Textiles and Design credit** (SCU cross-institutional enrolment in DES 10641 Textiles & Design)
Year 2 - Session 3
EMT445  Curriculum Method: Design & Technology


Year 3 – Session 1
ART304  Aspects of Design
​EEP306 Pedagogy in Diverse Classrooms
EMT410  Curriculum Method: Technology Studies
EPT123  Implementing Professional Knowledge in TAS Classrooms
Year 3 - Session 2
EED308  Adolescence & Learning
​EED408 Successful Teaching
EMT446  Curriculum Method: Technologies
EPT329  Working within the Community

Year 4 – Session 1
EEA202  Managing the Classroom Environment OR EEA406  Managing the Classroom Environment
EEE405  Assessment & Reporting
EPT436  Transition to the Teaching Profession
Year 4 - Session 2
​ELN402 Literacy Strategies for Learning
ESC407  Classroom Technologies
ESS419  Principles of Inclusive Education

** See Course Structure section for full details of SCU cross-institutional study and credit arrangement.


FOOD TECHNOLOGY MAJOR – TEXTILES TECHNOLOGY MINOR* part-time:

*The Textiles Technology Minor can be replaced by the Graphics and Multimedia Technology Minor.

Online only

Year 1 – Session 1
NUT201  Food and Health
VPA101  Fundamentals of Design 1
Year 1 - Session 2
FDS102  Introduction to Food and Nutrition
GRP225  Experimental Design
Year 1 - Session 3
LIT101  Language and Text


Year 2 – Session 1 (full-time load in this session)
CCI100  Introduction to Media Production
EPI105  Technology Design Contexts
VPA104  Introduction to Digital Imaging
Year 2 - Session 2
EED308  Adolescence & Learning
TXT03C Textiles and Design credit** (SCU cross-institutional enrolment in DES 10642 Textiles & Society)
Year 2 - Session 3
IKC101  Indigenous Cultures, Histories & Contemporary Realities


Year 3 – Session 1
EMT203  Design & Technology: An Introduction
MCR101  Introduction to Microbiology
TXT03C Textiles and Design credit** (SCU cross-institutional enrolment in DES 10643 Textiles Science & Innovation)
Year 3 - Session 2
EMT303  Design & Technology Project
FDS309  Food Processing and Preservation
TXT03C Textiles and Design credit** (SCU cross-institutional enrolment in DES 10641 Textiles & Design)
Year 3 - Session 3
EMT445  Curriculum Method: Design & Technology


Year 4 – Session 1
ART304  Aspects of Design
FDS305  Quality Assurance
Year 4 - Session 2
EMT446  Curriculum Method: Technologies
FDS304  Product Development OR FDS310  Food Product Development
Year 4 - Session 3
EEA202  Managing the Classroom Environment OR EEA406  Managing the Classroom Environment


Year 5 – Session 1
EEP306  Pedagogy in Diverse Classrooms
EMT410  Curriculum Method: Technology Studies
EPT123  Implementing Professional Knowledge in TAS Classrooms
Year 5 - Session 2
EED408  Successful Teaching
EPT329  Working within the Community
Year 5 - Session 3
ESS419  Principles of Inclusive Education


Year 6 – Session 1
EEE405  Assessment & Reporting
EPT436  Transition to the Teaching Profession
Year 6 - Session 2
ELN402  Literacy Strategies for Learning
ESC407  Classroom Technologies


** See Course Structure section for full details of SCU cross-institutional study and credit arrangement.


FOOD TECHNOLOGY MAJOR – GRAPHICS AND MULTIMEDIA TECHNOLOGY MINOR* full-time:

*The Graphics and Multimedia Technology Minor can be replaced by the Textiles Technology Minor.

Mixed mode (on campus + online)

Year 1 – Session 1
CCI100  Introduction to Media Production
NUT201  Food and Health
VPA101  Fundamentals of Design 1
VPA104  Introduction to Digital Imaging
Year 1 - Session 2
FDS102  Introduction to Food and Nutrition
GRP117  Graphic Design Theory & Practice
GRP225  Experimental Design
MCR101  Introduction to Microbiology
Year 1 - Session 3
IKC101  Indigenous Cultures, Histories & Contemporary Realities
LIT101  Language and Text


Year 2 – Session 1
EMT203  Design & Technology: An Introduction
FDS305  Quality Assurance
EPI105  Technology Design Contexts
GRP223  Strategic Thinking in Design
Year 2 - Session 2
EMT303  Design & Technology Project
FDS304  Product Development OR FDS310  Food Product Development
FDS309  Food Processing and Preservation
GRP224  Identity & Branding
Year 2 - Session 3
EMT445  Curriculum Method: Design & Technology


Year 3 – Session 1
ART304  Aspects of Design
EEP306  Pedagogy in Diverse Classrooms
EMT410  Curriculum Method: Technology Studies
EPT123  Implementing Professional Knowledge in TAS Classrooms
Year 3 - Session 2
EED308  Adolescence & Learning
EED408  Successful Teaching
EMT446  Curriculum Method: Technologies
EPT329  Working within the Community


Year 4 – Session 1
EEA202  Managing the Classroom Environment OR EEA406  Managing the Classroom Environment
EEE405  Assessment & Reporting
EPT436  Transition to the Teaching Profession
Year 4 - Session 2
ELN402  Literacy Strategies for Learning
ESC407  Classroom Technologies
ESS419  Principles of Inclusive Education

FOOD TECHNOLOGY MAJOR – GRAPHICS AND MULTIMEDIA TECHNOLOGY MINOR* part-time:

*The Graphics and Multimedia Technology Minor can be replaced by the Textiles Technology Minor.

Online only

Year 1 – Session 1
NUT201  Food and Health
VPA101  Fundamentals of Design 1
Year 1 - Session 2
FDS102  Introduction to Food and Nutrition
GRP117  Graphic Design Theory & Practice
Year 1 - Session 3
LIT101  Language and Text


Year 2 – Session 1
CCI100  Introduction to Media Production
EPI105  Technology Design Contexts
VPA104  Introduction to Digital Imaging
Year 2 - Session 2
EED308  Adolescence & Learning
GRP225  Experimental Design
Year 2 - Session 3
IKC101  Indigenous Cultures, Histories & Contemporary Realities


Year 3 – Session 1
EMT203  Design & Technology: An Introduction
MCR101  Introduction to Microbiology
GRP223  Strategic Thinking in Design
Year 3 - Session 2
EMT303  Design & Technology Project
FDS300 Food Processing and Preservation
Year 3 - Session 3
EMT445  Curriculum Method: Design & Technology


Year 4 – Session 1
ART304  Aspects of Design
FDS305  Quality Assurance
GRP224  Identity & Branding
Year 4 - Session 2
​EMT446 Curriculum Method: Technologies
FDS304  Product Development OR FDS310  Food Product Development
Year 4 - Session 3
EEA202  Managing the Classroom Environment OR EEA406  Managing the Classroom Environment


Year 5 – Session 1 (full-time load in this session)
EEP306  Pedagogy in Diverse Classrooms
EMT410  Curriculum Method: Technology Studies
EPT123  Implementing Professional Knowledge in TAS Classrooms
Year 5 - Session 2
EED408  Successful Teaching|
EPT329  Working within the Community
Year 5 - Session 3
ESC407  Classroom Technologies


Year 6 – Session 1
EEE405  Assessment & Reporting
EPT436  Transition to the Teaching Profession
Year 6 - Session 2
ELN402  Literacy Strategies for Learning
ESS419  Principles of Inclusive Education



INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY MAJOR – GRAPHICS AND MULTIMEDIA TECHNOLOGY MINOR* full-time:

*The Graphics and Multimedia Technology Minor can be replaced by the Textiles Technology Minor.

Mixed mode (on campus + online)

Year 1 – Session 1
CCI100  Introduction to Media Production
EPI104  Timber Technology: Workshop & Design
VPA101  Fundamentals of Design 1
VPA104  Introduction to Digital Imaging
Year 1 - Session 2
EPI203  Metal Technology: Workshop & Design
GRP117  Graphic Design Theory & Practice
GRP225  Experimental Design
IKC101  Indigenous Cultures, Histories & Contemporary Realities\
Year 1 - Session 3
LIT101  Language and Text


Year 2 – Session 1
EMT203  Design and Technologies: An Introduction
EPI105  Technology Design Contexts
EPI306  Metal Technology: Workshop & Pedagogy
MTH105  Introductory Mathematics OR MTH101  Computer Aided Mathematics 1
Year 2 - Session 2
EED308  Adolescence & Learning\
EMT303  Design & Technology Project
EPI307  Timber Technology: Workshop & Pedagogy
GRP224  Identity and Branding
Year 2 - Session 3
EMT445  Curriculum Method: Design & Technology


Year 3 – Session 1
EMT410  Curriculum Method: Technology Studies
EPT123  Implementing Professional Knowledge in TAS Classrooms
GRP223  Strategic Thinking in Design
PHY107  General Physics
Year 3 - Session 2
EEA202  Managing the Classroom Environment OR EEA406  Managing the Classroom Environment
EED408  Successful Teaching
EMT446  Curriculum Method: Technologies
EPT329  Working within the Community

Year 4 – Session 1
ART304  Aspects of Design
EEE405  Assessment & Reporting
EEP306  Pedagogy in Diverse Classrooms
EPT436  Transition to the Teaching Profession\
Year 4 - Session 2
ELN402  Literacy Strategies for Learning
ESC407  Classroom Technologies
ESS419  Principles of Inclusive Education

INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY MAJOR – GRAPHICS AND MULTIMEDIA TECHNOLOGY MINOR* part-time:

*The Graphics and Multimedia Technology Minor can be replaced by the Textiles Technology Minor.

Online only

Year 1 – Session 1
CCI100  Introduction to Media Production
VPA101  Fundamentals of Design 1
Year 1 - Session 2
EPI203  Metal Technology: Workshop & Design
GRP117  Graphic Design Theory & Practice
Year 1 - Session 3
LIT101  Language and Text


Year 2 – Session 1
EPI104  Timber Technology: Workshop & Design
EPI105  Technology Design Contexts
VPA104  Introduction to Digital Imaging
Year 2 - Session 2
EPI307  Timber Technology: Workshop & Pedagogy
GRP225  Experimental Design
Year 2 - Session 3
IKC101  Indigenous Cultures, Histories & Contemporary Realities


Year 3 – Session 1
EMT203  Design and Technologies: An Introduction
GRP223  Strategic Thinking in Design
MTH105  Introductory Mathematics OR MTH101  Computer Aided Mathematics 1
Year 3 - Session 2
EMT303  Design & Technology Project
GRP224  Identity and Branding\
Year 3 - Session 3
EMT445  Curriculum Method: Design & Technology


Year 4 – Session 1
ART304  Aspects of Design
EPI306  Metal Technology: Workshop & Pedagogy
PHY107  General Physics
Year 4 - Session 2
EED308  Adolescence & Learning
EMT446  Curriculum Method: Technologies
Year 4 - Session 3
EEA202  Managing the Classroom Environment OR EEA406  Managing the Classroom Environment


Year 5 – Session 1
EEP306  Pedagogy in Diverse Classrooms
EMT410  Curriculum Method: Technology Studies
EPT123  Implementing Professional Knowledge in TAS Classrooms
Year 5 - Session 2
EED408  Successful Teaching
EPT329  Working within the Community|
Year 5 - Session 3
ESS419  Principles of Inclusive Education

Year 6 – Session 1
EEE405  Assessment & Reporting
EPT436  Transition to the Teaching Profession
Year 6 - Session 2
ELN402  Literacy Strategies for Learning
ESC407  Classroom Technologies



INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY MAJOR – TEXTILES TECHNOLOGY MINOR* full-time:

*The Textiles Technology Minor can be replaced by the Graphics and Multimedia Technology Minor.

Mixed mode (on campus + online)

Year 1 – Session 1
CCI100  Introduction to Media Production
EPI104  Timber Technology: Workshop & Design
VPA101  Fundamentals of Design 1
VPA104  Introduction to Digital Imaging
Year 1 - Session 2
EPI203  Metal Technology: Workshop & Design
GRP225  Experimental Design
IKC101  Indigenous Cultures, Histories & Contemporary Realities
TXT03C Textiles and Design credit** (SCU cross-institutional enrolment in DES 10642 Textiles & Society)
Year 1 - Session 3
LIT101  Language and Text


Year 2 – Session 1
EMT203  Design and Technologies: An Introduction
EPI105  Technology Design Contexts
EPI306  Metal Technology: Workshop & Pedagogy
MTH105  Introductory Mathematics OR MTH101  Computer Aided Mathematics 1
Year 2 - Session 2
EED308  Adolescence & Learning
EMT303  Design & Technology Project
EPI307  Timber Technology: Workshop & Pedagogy
TXT03C Textiles and Design credit** (SCU cross-institutional enrolment in DES 10641 Textiles & Design)
Year 2 - Session 3
EMT445  Curriculum Method: Design & Technology


Year 3 – Session 1
EMT410  Curriculum Method: Technology Studies
EPT123  Implementing Professional Knowledge in TAS Classrooms
PHY107  General Physics
TXT03C Textiles and Design credit** (SCU cross-institutional enrolment in DES 10643 Textiles Science & Innovation)
Year 3 - Session 2
EEP306  Pedagogy in Diverse Classrooms
EED408  Successful Teaching
EMT446  Curriculum Method: Technologies
EPT329  Working within the Community


Year 4 – Session 1
ART304  Aspects of Design
EEA202  Managing the Classroom Environment OR EEA406  Managing the Classroom Environment
EEE405  Assessment & Reporting
EPT436  Transition to the Teaching Profession
Year 4 - Session 2
​ELN402 Literacy Strategies for Learning
ESC407  Classroom Technologies
ESS419  Principles of Inclusive Education


** See Course Structure section for full details of SCU cross-institutional study and credit arrangement.

INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY MAJOR – TEXTILES TECHNOLOGY MINOR* part-time:

*The Textiles Technology Minor can be replaced by the Graphics and Multimedia Technology Minor.

Online only

Year 1 – Session 1
CCI100  Introduction to Media Production
VPA101  Fundamentals of Design 1
Year 1 - Session 2
EPI203  Metal Technology: Workshop & Design
GRP225  Experimental Design
Year 1- Session 3
LIT101  Language and Text


Year 2 – Session 1
EPI104  Timber Technology: Workshop & Design
EPI105  Technology Design Contexts
VPA104  Introduction to Digital Imaging
Year 2 - Session 2
EPI307  Timber Technology: Workshop & Pedagogy
TXT03C Textiles and Design credit** (SCU cross-institutional enrolment in DES 10642 Textiles & Society)
Year 2 - Session 3
IKC101  Indigenous Cultures, Histories & Contemporary Realities


Year 3 – Session 1
EMT203  Design and Technologies: An Introduction
MTH105  Introductory Mathematics OR MTH101  Computer Aided Mathematics 1
TXT03C Textiles and Design credit** (SCU cross-institutional enrolment in DES 10643 Textiles Science & Innovation)
Year 3 - Session 2
EMT303  Design & Technology Project
TXT03C Textiles and Design credit** (SCU cross-institutional enrolment in DES 10641 Textiles & Design)
Year 3 - Session 3
EMT445  Curriculum Method: Design & Technology


Year 4 – Session 1
ART304  Aspects of Design
EPI306  Metal Technology: Workshop & Pedagogy
PHY107  General Physics
Year 4 - Session 2
EED308  Adolescence & Learning
EMT446  Curriculum Method: Technologies
Year 4 - Session 3
EEA202  Managing the Classroom Environment OR EEA406  Managing the Classroom Environment

Year 5 – Session 1
EEP306  Pedagogy in Diverse Classrooms
EMT410  Curriculum Method: Technology Studies
EPT123  Implementing Professional Knowledge in TAS Classrooms
Year 5 - Session 2
EED408  Successful Teaching
EPT329  Working within the Community
Year 5 - Session 3
ESC407  Classroom Technologies


Year 6 – Session 1
EEE405  Assessment & Reporting
EPT436  Transition to the Teaching Profession
Year 6 - Session 2
ELN402  Literacy Strategies for Learning
ESS419  Principles of Inclusive Education

** See Course Structure section for full details of SCU cross-institutional study and credit arrangement.

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY MAJOR full-time:

Mixed mode (on campus + online)

Year 1 – Session 1
ITC106  Programming Principles
ITC161  Computer Systems
VPA101  Fundamentals of Design 1
VPA104  Introduction to Digital Imaging
Year 1 - Session 2
GRP225  Experimental Design
ITC114  Database Management Systems
ITC203  Object Oriented Systems Analysis & Design
ITC212  Internet Technologies OR ITC108  Games Design
Year 1 - Session 3
LIT101  Language and Text


Year 2 – Session 1
EMT203  Design and Technologies: An Introduction
EPI105  Technology Design Contexts
ITC206  Programming in Java 1
ITC331  Ethic and Professional Practice
Year 2 - Session 2
EED308  Adolescence & Learning
EMT303  Design & Technology Project
ITC211  Systems Analysis
ITC218  ICT Project Management OR ITC209  Mobile Applications Development
Year 2 - Session 3
EMT445  Curriculum Method: Design & Technology


Year 3 – Session 1
ART304  Aspects of Design
EEA202  Managing the Classroom Environment OR EEA406  Managing the Classroom Environment
EMT443  Curriculum Method 1: Information Technology
EPT123  Implementing Professional Knowledge in TAS Classrooms
Year 3 - Session 2
EED408  Successful Teaching
EMT444  Curriculum Method 2: Information Technology
EPT329  Working within the Community
ITC333  Server Administration and Maintenance OR ITC313  Programming in Java 2
Year 3 - Session 3
IKC101  Indigenous Cultures, Histories & Contemporary Realities

Year 4 – Session 1
EEP306  Pedagogy in Diverse Classrooms
EEE405  Assessment & Reporting
EPT436  Transition to the Teaching Profession
Year 4 - Session 2
​ELN402 Literacy Strategies for Learning
ESC407  Classroom Technologies
ESS419  Principles of Inclusive Education



INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY MAJOR part-time:

Online only

Year 1 – Session 1
ITC161  Computer Systems
VPA101  Fundamentals of Design 1
Year 1 - Session 2
GRP225  Experimental Design
ITC114  Database Management Systems
Year 1 - Session 3
LIT101  Language and Text


Year 2 – Session 1
EPI105  Technology Design Contexts
ITC106  Programming Principles
VPA104  Introduction to Digital Imaging
Year 2 - Session 2
ITC203  Object Oriented Systems Analysis & Design
ITC212  Internet Technologies OR ITC108  Games Design
Year 2 - Session 3
IKC101  Indigenous Cultures, Histories & Contemporary Realities


Year 3 – Session 1
ART304  Aspects of Design
EMT203  Design and Technologies: An Introduction
ITC206  Programming in Java 1
Year 3 - Session 2
EMT303  Design & Technology Project
ITC211  Systems Analysis
Year 3 - Session 3
EMT445  Curriculum Method: Design & Technology


Year 4 – Session 1
EEP306  Pedagogy in Diverse Classrooms
ITC331  Ethic and Professional Practice
Year 4 - Session 2
EED308  Adolescence & Learning
ITC218  ICT Project Management OR ITC209 Mobile Applications Development
ITC333  Server Administration and Maintenance OR ITC313  Programming in Java
Year 4 - Session 3
EEA202  Managing the Classroom Environment OR EEA406  Managing the Classroom Environment

Year 5 – Session 1
EMT443  Curriculum Method 1: Information Technology
EPT123  Implementing Professional Knowledge in TAS Classrooms
Year 5 - Session 2
EED408  Successful Teaching
EMT444  Curriculum Method 2: Information Technology
EPT329  Working within the Community\
Year 5- Session 3
ESC407  Classroom Technologies


Year 6 – Session 1
EEE405  Assessment & Reporting
EPT436  Transition to the Teaching Profession
Year 6 - Session 2
ELN402  Literacy Strategies for Learning
ESS419  Principles of Inclusive Education

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 students must satisfactorily complete 264 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.

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

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.

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.

As a HDR candidate, we recognise you’ll need specialised support to help you achieve your research goals. Our dedicated Research Office is your central point of contact for researchers and supervisors. CSU also has a number of Research Support Services designed to support researchers, supervisors and HDR candidates across their research endeavours and careers. Academic and personal support is available including Indigenous services, international support, counselling, disability services, equity and diversity, health information, spiritual support, mentoring, child care support, professional development and more.

Prospective Higher Degree by Research candidates may apply for a scholarship to cover their tuition fees, living costs and research costs. Please visit the CSU Higher Degree by Research Scholarships for more information. The main round of Australian Government funded Research Training Program scholarships is open for applications in September and October each year.

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

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

30 Oct 2017
2018 Session 1 Application closing date

30 Oct 2017
2017 Session 3 Extended Application date

23 Feb 2018
2018 Session 2 Applications open

Check the full list of application dates open_in_new

Apply direct to CSU

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

Important dates

30 Oct 2017
2018 Session 1 Application closing date

30 Oct 2017
2017 Session 3 Extended Application date

23 Feb 2018
2018 Session 2 Applications open

Check the full list of application dates open_in_new

Apply anytime

Applications for our research degrees can be lodged at any time. Before applying, you should make contact with the appropriate Sub-Dean of Graduate Studies.

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