Charles Sturt University's updated Graduate Learning Outcomes aim to ensure that by 2024, all undergraduate students will be able to demonstrate sustainable practice applicable to their course and career.
Charles Sturt will continue to support students, staff and the wider community during the country’s bushfire emergency and have provisions in place to increase this support as it is needed.
Graduating students encourage others to apply for scholarships at Charles Sturt before the first round closes on Tuesday 14 January.
Applications for Charles Sturt scholarships, including accommodation and Droder scholarships, are on offer to commencing and continuing students, with a closing date of Tuesday 14 January.
Charles Sturt Provost and Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic) Professor John Germov conferred with Doctor of Letters (honoris causa) from University of Newcastle.
Veterinarian student Miss Natalie Ford shares her story in episode one of Charles Sturt's new digital series 'Have You Met?'
Charles Sturt in Port Macquarie has welcomed 18 students from England, Wales and Canada and nine Australian students for the 2019 ‘Crime Prevention International Summer School’.
Mr Ian Stewart is a career police officer with over 45 years of service, having held numerous senior positions within the Queensland Police Service, including serving as the 19th Commissioner of the QPS from November 2012 until July 2019.
Associate Professor Bruce Pennay's professional and personal pursuits have aligned with the University’s goals of enriching the lives of regional Australians.
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