Looking for the best online courses? You’ve come to the right place.
As Australia’s most experienced online university, we know study isn't your only commitment. That's why we make our online courses – undergraduate and postgraduate – super flexible. Studying an online degree allows you to work within your own time frame, wherever you may be. That is just one of the benefits of online education.
We offer everything from short courses to bachelor's and master's degrees online, so you can study the way that suits you. At Charles Sturt University you can choose from hundreds of online courses available across 21 different career areas – all fully supported. Study support. Wellbeing support. Tech support. Because when it comes to juggling work, family and life in general – we've got your back.
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Want to boost your finances?
You’re investing in your future, and at Charles Sturt University we want to help you make it count. We offer more than $3m in scholarships and grants that can make getting qualified that bit easier.
A Charles Sturt scholarship can help cover costs like textbooks and attending work placements. There are dedicated scholarships for online students, and you could be eligible to apply for more than one. The key step to getting a scholarship? Apply!
We've got your back
Studying online with Charles Sturt University means you have a whole range of study support at your fingertips. We have dedicated online learning advisers available every day until 7pm. You can reach them by phone, email, Skype or online chat.
Our Study Skills team are here to help you with the nuts and bolts of online study – from researching topics through writing assignments to referencing papers. You can talk to a study adviser one-to-one online or over the phone, and access web resources around the clock.
And we want to prevent any barriers that may impact upon your online study, which is why we provide 24/7 IT support, so you’ll never have to stress about tech issues. And if you ever just need someone to talk to, reach out to our health and wellbeing team.
Complementing online study
Some subjects in your course may include a compulsory or optional residential school (colloquially known as 'res school'). A res school is your opportunity to come on campus for an intensive study experience for between one and five days. Res school provides face-to-face learning with academics and other students in your course, and gives you the opportunity to engage in practical learning, go deeper into course material and ask plenty of questions. You'll get to interact with your academic staff and peers, go to lectures, practicals and tutorials, and make use of a range of campus facilities. To find out if any subjects in your course have res schools check the course page.
You'll need to factor in res school costs to your overall course costs, they're not automatically included. You can take advantage of our reasonably priced on-campus residential school accommodation. Bookings open six weeks prior to the start of the residential school period – and we have discounted early bird bookings available for the first three weeks. What's more, to help make your res school experience that bit easier, we also have a range of grants and other financial assistance to give you a helping hand. For example, you may be eligible to apply for our Residential School Equity Grant to help with the cost of on-campus accommodation, a Fares Allowance to help with the cost of travel, and a student loan to help cover expenses. And don't forget, you may be able to use your student travel concession to make getting there easier.
Charles Sturt University is #1 for undergraduate employment
Get qualified and get the job. More Charles Sturt grads get jobs faster than grads from any other university in Australia.*
*Good Universities Guide 2021/22
Charles Sturt University graduates get paid well
Our undergrads earn an average of $66,800 straight after graduating, and our postgrads earn a median starting salary of $95,000.*
*Good Universities Guide 2021/22
We're Australia’s most experienced online university
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¹Department of Education, Skills and Employment Higher Education Statistics
You might be asking…
What if my course has a residential school? chevron_right
A residential school (or res school) is a short, intensive learning experience where usually you come on campus for a few days to connect with your online classmates, put your learning into practice and get one-to-one advice from your lecturers.
If safe to do so, residential schools will go ahead. Some may be delayed until an appropriate time, while others may happen online.
We are monitoring the situation – with your safety our top priority. Rest assured, whatever the situation with residential schools, we will ensure that you are able to complete your course.
Can I advance my career sooner with credit? chevron_right
Quite possibly. If you’ve completed related study or have recognised industry experience, you could be eligible for credit towards your degree. Explore ways you can fast-track your course with recognition of prior learning, or get in touch with our friendly team to discuss your options.
Which level of study should I choose? chevron_right
It all comes down to your career goals and experience.
Depending on your previous study and industry experience, you may be able to enrol directly into a master’s degree. Alternatively, you can start with a graduate certificate or graduate diploma.
If you meet the admission requirements, most of our postgraduate degrees allow you to enrol into the master’s and, if you prefer, you can exit early with a graduate certificate or diploma.