Discover how learning the Wiradjuri language with Charles Sturt helped Leanne rediscover her heritage, and focus on the future. Continue reading How the Wiradjuri language connected Felicity to her heritage
Information studies graduate Sally Turbitt is proof that you never really know what life has in store for you. Continue reading Sally’s online course: the perfect match for her passion
Paula Woodhouse is currently doing an online Graduate Diploma of Psychology with Charles Sturt University. With a full-time job and two kids, life is pretty busy. That’s why Paula chose online study with Charles Sturt. Being an online student doesn’t mean … Continue reading Online study + residential schools = the perfect combination
Australian Government statistics indicate that in any average 12-month period, 20 per cent of Australians will experience a mental health disorder. For Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, the figure is closer to 30 per cent. Everyone’s experience of mental … Continue reading Mental health: developing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander expertise
If you choose to study online with Charles Sturt University, your course may include a residential school, otherwise known as a ‘res school’. You may be thinking: “What on earth is a res school and why would I need to … Continue reading Guide to residential schools
Major study. Minor study. GPA. UAC. SSAF. ATAR. We know university-speak can look like its own language sometimes. It kind of is – a language to a world that can open doors to your dream career. Being fluent in ‘uni-speak’ means … Continue reading University speak: What do all those words they use at university mean?