Charles Sturt University (CSU) is excited to have six Bachelor of Technology/Masters in Engineering (Civil Systems) students travelling in the mid-year break to take part in an extraordinary study program in Nepal.
University students can be transformed with overseas study says a CSU academic who recently led a student tour into the urban and rural areas of Cambodia.
The benevolence of a family grieving for their daughter has provided a life-changing international study experience for CSU student Ms Kaitlyn Weller, which in turn has inspired her to help others.
The South Asian country of Nepal was the perfect destination for CSU Bachelor of Outdoor Education student, Mr Adam McDonnell, combining his love of teaching and nature.
The largest number of students became Charles Sturt University (CSU) Global adventurers in 2017 due, in part, to a record amount of government support.
CSU has successfully won funding to send students overseas in 2018 for further studies, and to host 12 overseas scholars to develop their skills and relations with CSU.
Heart attacks, breathing problems, stabbings, falls and mental health patients are among the challenges being tackled head-on by CSU students during an international work placement with the London Ambulance Service.
Gaining an international perspective on new technologies and farming practices is behind an overseas study trip by 27 CSU students.
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