Before you Apply
Before you apply for a course at CSU, make sure you know what to expect, that you've selected the most appropriate program and study mode, and that you understand the University's refund policy.
Consider applying through a CSU agent
Research your course
Select your program and study mode
Check if you are eligible for credit
Check the application closing dates for your course
Step 1 - Consider applying through a CSU agent
CSU's International Agents provide you with information about CSU and its courses and will help you to find the answers to all your questions. Using one of CSU's trained agents will provide you with the personal support to guide you right through the process from submitting your application with CSU to the student visa application. CSU prefer that all applications to study on campus in Australia are submitted via an agent and in some cases it is compulsory.
Step 2 - Research your course
Research the course and check the online course brochure for special requirements and eligibility
Step 3 - Select your program and study mode
select your program and location (e.g. undergraduate, postgraduate by coursework, Research Higher Degree, Study Abroad, On Campus, CSU Online, CSU Study Centres),
decide on the study mode (on campus or online)
check availability of the course according to your preferred study location:
regional campus - Albury-Wodonga, Bathurst, Orange, Port Macquarie, Wagga Wagga
Theology campus - Canberra, Parramatta
CSU Study Centres - Brisbane, Sydney or Melbourne
Check entry requirements
Step 4 - Check if you are eligible for credit
The University does not usually expect students to repeat study completed to an acceptable standard at a recognised university or college, or to study subjects in which they are already competent because of work or other experience.