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Learning from our neighbours through AusAID

Wednesday 13 Feb 2013
It may seem a long way from the 26 atolls in the Indian Ocean but two new CSU students from the Maldives are exactly where they want to be.

International volunteering opens student’s eyes

Thursday 1 Nov 2012

It's been quite a year for Charles Sturt University (CSU) student Ms Madeline Jensen. She has spent 2012 completing a degree, volunteering in a Vietnamese orphanage for children with disabilities and applying for work as a medical radiation scientist.

Psychology first for CSU students

Friday 26 Oct 2012
CSU psychology students are preparing for a trip of a lifetime as they head to Macau in early November to take part in a program that aims to create globally-aware students.

Students to promote rugby in Samoa

Monday 22 Oct 2012
Twelve CSU students from the School of Human Movement Studies in Bathurst will fly to Samoa at the end of October to promote the game of rugby union to primary and high school students in the capital, Apia.

'Bollywood' beckons CSU communication students

Monday 22 Oct 2012
Seven CSU students from the School of Communication and Creative Industries in Bathurst and Wagga Wagga are about to embark on a month-long exploration of the 'Bollywood' film industry in Mumbai, India.

Canadian study tour for paramedic students

Monday 4 Jun 2012
Paramedic students from CSU will fly to Canada next week for an international study tour.

CSU students to gain work experience in Philippines

Tuesday 3 Jan 2012
Students at CSU are already learning Tagalog, the official language of the Philippines, in anticipation of a new workplace study opportunity in 2012.

Students ‘hands on' in rural India

Wednesday 9 Nov 2011
There should be no shortage of coverage of a new international study trip to rural India by communication and photography students from CSU in November.

CSU students get hands-on with lion cubs

Friday 21 Oct 2011
"There's nothing quite like a lion's roar, it just vibrates through your chest," says CSU student Ms Emma Dunston, who is preparing to travel to Africa as part of her Bachelor of Animal Science studies.

Dental science students help improve oral health in East Timor

Tuesday 11 Oct 2011
If CSU dental science student Ms Donna Furler needs a reminder of why she is undertaking the five-year program, she need only reflect on her recent oral health work in East Timor.

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