More and more of our lives are moving online. That’s why cyber security careers are booming. Which cyber security career is right for you? Continue reading Which cyber security career is right for me?
We’re about to bust eight myths about online study, so you’ll be ready to get the right qualification for your goals – while still living your best life. Continue reading Online study: 8 myths – busted!
Charles Sturt University lecturer Roslyn Cox explores the 5 keys steps professional communicators should take when dealing with a crisis. Continue reading Dealing with a crisis: 5 key steps for communicators
Coping with anxiety in a crisis can be very challenging and stressful. We spoke with Charles Sturt University’s Dr Gene Hodgins, who helped explained what anxiety is and shared his top tips for staying well. Continue reading Anxiety in a crisis: Tips to stay well
Tackling sustainability issues is at the heart of everything we do at Charles Sturt! In fact, when it comes to sustainable development, we’re in the top 70 universities in the world!* So, as one of our students you’ll learn about sustainability – no matter which degree you choose! Continue reading Tackling sustainability issues – whichever degree you choose!
Kristen Eade’s fresh start meant combining work and study. In a new city she needed a new job,
but finding one – quickly – was a little daunting. Continue reading Work and study: How it was made easy for Kirsten
Charles Sturt student Karan Kapoor had big plans for his future. They led him to one of the Big Four global accounting and consulting firms. Continue reading How to get promoted. A uni course was Karan’s key
If you’re asking how to become a doctor in Australia, you’ve come to the right place. And you can start your medicine journey in high school! Continue reading How to become a doctor in Australia: start in high school
Starting university and want to know what it’s going to really be like? Well, Charles Sturt communication student Lucy Pirrie can fill you in. Continue reading Starting university? Lessons from my first year at Charles Sturt