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- 7 August | Port Macquarie
- 14 August | Wagga Wagga
- 21 August | Albury-Wodonga
- 28 August | Bathurst
- 4 September | Orange
- 11 September | Dubbo
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Charles Sturt University online Open Day
We’ve taken the best of our online Open Day and packaged the resources up for you to check out on demand.
Explore all the career areas that interest you – from ag and arts to communication and civil engineering, medicine and nursing to policing, psychology and teaching. There’s more than 30 different ways you can start your career journey.
Go behind the scenes and see what it’s like to live where you learn at our six campuses. Plus, you can discover all about Charles Sturt – early offer programs, scholarships, fees and even how to boost your career potential.
2021 on-demand info
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Agricultural and wine sciences Agriculture isn't just about farming. It's transforming our economy. Find your place in the future of Australia's booming
Animal, equine and veterinary sciences Explore careers in animal science, equine science, veterinary science and veterinary technology. Bachelor of Arts Combine passion and profession with our new Bachelor of Arts, which now includes specialisations in creative arts and performing arts. Bachelor of Communication The only degree of its kind in Australia. Co-developed and co-delivered with industry and alumni so you can learn from the best practitioners in the world. Business and accounting Interested in exploring key concepts in the changing world of business and accounting? Come and look at our newly designed business and accounting degrees and find out what studying at Charles Sturt will look like for you. Civil engineering Do you want to be an innovative engineer? Come and see why Charles Sturt Engineering is one of the top four emerging engineering education programs in the world. Dentistry and oral health Take your passion for dentistry and oral health and make it a rewarding career. Environmental sciences Explore diverse career opportunities with environmental science – and create a world worth living in. Exercise, sport and nutrition sciences Are you ready to start your career in a fast-paced, diverse industry? Health Make a real difference to rural and regional communities with a health career in physiotherapy, occupational therapy, podiatry, and paramedicine, pharmacy and First Nations health. Hear from our health students Talk to our current health students about their experiences. Learn about their paths into health courses, career and support options. Information technology, computing and mathematics Be at the forefront of innovation and transformation with an information technology or computer science degree. Medical and health sciences Make a real difference to rural and regional communities with careers in nuclear medicine and molecular imaging, diagnostic radiography, radiation therapy, health and medical science and laboratory pathology. Medicine Discover the Doctor of Medicine, a joint program with Charles Sturt University in partnership Western Sydney University. Nursing Discover endless career opportunities – locally and globally – with a leader in regional nursing education, including First Nations health and pathways. Policing, law, security, customs and emergency management Equal before the law: How do we investigate crime and build safer communities? Psychology Explore how the human mind works! Social work and human services Explore how social work and human services can empower people to reach their potential. Teaching and education Learn how you can make a real difference in the lives of others through a career in teaching and education.
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Take a virtual look around our six campuses.
- Port Macquarie
- Wagga Wagga
Living on campus chevron_right
Living on campus Find out about what living in residential accommodation is like, what the costs are and how to apply. Campus tours Go behind the scenes with one of our students and check out our learning and teaching facilities, student amenities and support services.
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International student information Want to know what it's like to be an international student at Charles Sturt? View this session to find out about courses, study options, accommodation, scholarships, fees and more. International study opportunities Want to study overseas? From study tours in your uni break, international work placements or a whole session on exchange – discover your options.
Clubs, career hub and parent info chevron_right
Clubs, sports and student representation Look beyond your studies and gain an insight into events, as well as the social, sporting and representative opportunities that are available through the clubs and committees at Charles Sturt. Careers and Skills Hub Think big, find your purpose. Learn more about how to choose the career that’s right for you. Parent information session Want the complete picture of your child’s path from high school to uni? We’ll step you through the application process and early offer programs. You’ll learn about our paths into uni, student services, accommodation options and scholarships.
UAC, uni fees and ways to get into uni chevron_right
Scholarships and fees Learn more about the costs associated with studying at uni as well as scholarships and financial support services available to students at Charles Sturt. UAC explained Get UAC and VTAC explained and learn about other paths into uni for high school students. Charles Sturt Pathway Programs and the Diploma of General Studies Getting into uni isn't all about your ATAR. Admission pathways programs can give you guaranteed entry into a range of Charles Sturt degrees. Charles Sturt Advantage early offer program Get all the info on our early offer application process, courses that you can apply for, key dates and tips on writing a good application. Admissions for non-school leavers Not in school? No worries, we’ve got all the info on how to apply. Student panel Get the lowdown from our students on all things Charles Sturt – accommodation, scholarships, applications process, study tips and more!
Open Day Campus Exploration
We’re excited to show you around our campuses. And in September you’ll have the opportunity to join us – as an extension of Open Day 2021! Come along and jump on a campus tour and check out our state-of-the-art facilities and accommodation.
- Sunday 5 September – Wagga Wagga and Orange campuses
- Sunday 12 September – Port Macquarie, Bathurst, Albury-Wodonga and Dubbo campuses
Need some financial help to get to our Open Day Campus Exploration? We're offering a limited amount of travel grants to eligible high school students. It's our way of making it easier for you to visit our campuses. Look out for the travel grant info when you book your spot.
Sunday 12 September | 10am to 3pm
Sunday 12 September | 10am to 3pm
Sunday 12 September | 10am to 12pm
Sunday 5 September | 10am to 1.30pm
Sunday 12 September | 10am to 3pm
Sunday 5 September | 10am to 3pm
Your safety is our top priority
We’re working hard to keep you, your families and our communities and staff safe during Open Day. We’re adhering to safe hygiene practices, encouraging social distancing, staggering times for pre-booked information sessions and tours, and monitoring numbers on campus.
Frequently asked questions
Do I need to login to view the on-demand info? chevron_right
Yep – you’ll need to jump online and login to access the on-demand info now available from the online Open Day event we held in August.
How do I access the on-demand Open Day info? chevron_right
Check your email from us – just search for the Open Day team. The email contains your link to the on-demand info. Once you enter your details, a verification code will be sent to you via email. Plug it in and you’ll shoot straight through to the on-demand Open Day info!
I haven’t received a confirmation email; how can I access the on-demand Open Day info? chevron_right
Get yourself prepped
Here are a few tips to help get you ready for your university Open Day.
On-campus Open Day
Do I have to register to attend Open Day 2021 or can I just turn up on the day? chevron_right
Everyone attending Open Day will have to register. Getting in early and registering before the event means you can best plan your Open Day experience and secure your spot for the sessions you’d like to attend.
To keep you safe, each session and tour will have limited places available, though many of our sessions and tours will run at numerous times during Open Day. If your preferred spot is fully booked, make sure you check out other time slots.
We will also be taking registrations on the day and everyone will have to check-in on arrival. We are taking this precaution as part of our COVID Safe event plan and to ensure we’re following government guidelines.
Do I need to book in for Open Day information sessions? chevron_right
Planning your Open Day is super easy! Hop online to select what info sessions you’d like to attend and the tours you’d like to take. Remember to get in quick because info sessions and tours will have limited places available – make sure you secure your spot.
Do my friends and family who are coming along have to register? chevron_right
You can bring parents, carers, friends, teachers – whoever you like – to Open Day!
If you’re planning to bring family or friends – and they’re over 15 years of age – make sure they register separately. Due to social distancing requirements, only people who have booked for each info session and/or tour will be allowed in.
Want to go to a different session to your parent/friend/child? Just select your own sessions and tours when you register.
If you’re bringing young children, select the ‘dependents’ option when you register for Open Day – because we have to count everyone who’ll be joining us for the day.
I’ve registered to attend Open Day, but haven’t received a confirmation email. What should I do? chevron_right
First up, check your email Junk box – it might have snuck in there! Still can't find it? Send us an email (firstname.lastname@example.org) and we’ll resend your registration information.
I’m in Years 9, 10 or 11. Can I come to Open Day? chevron_right
Absolutely! It’s never too early to visit us and explore what’s possible at Charles Sturt. And we can give you advice about how to make the most of high school to get you into your ideal course.
What are you doing to keep attendees safe in terms of COVID-19? chevron_right
Your safety is our number one priority. We’re taking all appropriate measures to keep our prospective students, their families and our community and staff safe. These include adhering to safe hygiene practices, encouraging social distancing, regular cleaning, staggered timings for pre-booked information sessions and tours, and monitoring numbers in communal areas.
What should I wear? chevron_right
Comfy clothes – but remember to dress for the weather and also wear comfy shoes if you’re going on a tour. And if you’re planning on doing a tour of our laboratories, you’ll need closed-in shoes.
Will my photo be taken? chevron_right
We’ll have photographers and videographers on campus capturing all the fun of the day – so there’s a chance you might be snapped. Make sure you let us know at the welcome tent if you don’t want your photo taken.
I have access requirements. Is Open Day accessible for me? chevron_right
Definitely. All of our buildings are accessible by ramps, and accessible toilets will also be marked on our maps. If you need extra assistance on the day, our friendly team will be happy to help.
What time should I arrive? chevron_right
Your Open Day kicks off at 10am. That’s when you can wander around the displays and community stalls, get involved in the activities, or tuck into some food. If you’ve signed on for an info session or campus tour that starts at 10am, it’s a good idea to arrive at 9.45am. (Check your program – in the confirmation email – to see what time you’re booked into sessions and tours.)
Where do I go when I arrive? chevron_right
When you arrive on campus, head towards the welcome tent. There will be heaps of signs, so you won’t miss it. First up – make sure you scan the NSW Government’s QR code!
I can’t make it to Open Day. What are my options? chevron_right