See what we’re all about at Charles Sturt University
It’s one thing to hear about what going to uni is like – but it’s completely different to experience it for yourself. That’s where our Virtual Open Day comes in. There’s loads of information available – so you can explore what’s possible at Charles Sturt. From undergraduate course sessions and scholarships info, to video tours of our campuses, facilities and accommodation options – you’ll get all the info you need, all from the comfort of your home.
Our live Virtual Open Days have wrapped for 2020, but you can still access plenty of on-demand content, including videos, information sessions and tours.
What to expect at our virtual Open Days
- Career info sessions
- Discussion boards
- Virtual tours
- Digital swag bag
- Advice on how to apply
- Career connector workshop
- Info about uni life
- Tour the Student Portal
- Info on lectures and tutorials
Get yourself prepped
Here are a few tips to help get you ready for your university Open Day.
Virtual Open Day
Do I need to register? chevron_right
Yep – you’ll just need to sign up to get access to the on-demand event platform. It’s super easy to do and will only take a couple of minutes.
Can I access Virtual Open Day from my phone and/or tablet – or do I need a desktop? chevron_right
You can access the event from any smartphone or device. Just make sure you have a strong internet connection.
Will I get to check out the Charles Sturt campuses? chevron_right
Absolutely! There will be a dedicated section for campus tours where you can watch recorded videos from each campus location. You can also check out guided tours of our facilities.
How do I enter the event? chevron_right
Head over to the event platform and log in.
- Username: enter the email you registered with.
- Password: enter the password you entered when registering. Passwords must meet minimum security requirements. If you enter a password that doesn’t, the system will let you know what you need to change.
- Forgotten password? Navigate to the login page and request a password reminder.