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Brief Introduction

The Charles Sturt University is located in New South Wales, Australian Capital Territory, Victoria and Queensland. It has been providing excellent education to its students since 1989. 

The university also has also established partnerships with numerous TAFE institutions spread across the country. 

The schools under the university are:

  • Faculty of Arts and Education
  • Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences
  • Faculty of Science

The University has campuses in  Albury-Wodonga, Bathurst, Dubbo, Orange, Port Macquarie and Wagga Wagga. Its specialist campuses are located in Canberra, Goulburn, Manly and Parramatta.

Infrastructure 

The libraries under the university are located in Wagga Wagga, Albury-Wodonga, Bathurst, Dubbo, Orange and Port Macquarie campuses. Its research facilities range from world-class agricultural precincts to state-of-the-art laboratories and collaboration spaces. Some of these facilities are: 

  • National Wine and Grape Industry Center
  • Graham Center for Agricultural Innovation
  • Charles Sturt University AgriTech Incubator
  • GRDC Glasshouses 
  • Phytotron Plant Growth Chambers
  • The National Life Sciences Hub
  • Environmental and Analytical Laboratories Wagga
  • Food and Soil Laboratory Port Macquarie

Accommodation 

  • Bathurst Campus - The options available include Centre for Professional Development (CPD), Cottages, Traditional Diggings, John Oxley Village, Macquarie Village, Towers (Catered). The rooms start at a price of $160 per week. 
  • Wagga Wagga Campus - Students can choose from Butler Halls First Year College (catered), Cottages, Hampden Village, Murrumbidgee Village, Postgraduate Village, Stewards Halls (catered), Malebo Cottages and Residential colleges which include the St Martin’s college and St Francis College. The rooms range from $160 per week to $285 per week. 
  • Orange Campus - With rooms starting at $150 per week, students have four options to choose from - Cottages, Narrambla, Spring Creek Village and Traditional Residences. 
  • Albury-Wodonga Campus - The two options in this campus are the Murray Village and Rothwell Cottages. The rooms start at a low price of $175 per week. 
  • Dubbo Campus - The Dubbo Cottages have rooms starting from $175 per week. 
  • Post-Macquaire Campus - The Hastings Village gives you a relaxed coastal community with rooms starting at a price of $230 per week. 

Scholarships

The university provides support to both domestic and international students willing to pursue their undergraduate or postgraduate studies in this university. Few of the scholarships that you are likely to be eligible for are - 

  • CSU Foundation Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Achievement Scholarship
  • Charles Sturt Regional Scholarship 2020
  • Katie Burns Alumni Assistance Scholarship
  • Australian Library and Information Association Scholarship
  • Dare to Know Paramedic Research Scholarship
  • International Student Scholarship
  • Vice-Chancellor International Scholarship

Jobs and Placements

Charles Sturt University provides career services to its students so that they can graduate with enough workplace experience. There are career development workshops, work experience placements and personal appointments with career development officers.  The university boasts of having one of the best employment rates in the country. Charles Sturt University has been ranked as the top university in Australia for graduate employment in 2018. CSU graduates achieved an employment rate of 87.5%, leading the survey of 102 higher education institutions across the country. 92.5% of postgraduate students were in full-time employment four months following their graduation.

Location

The university arranges for a representative to meet you when you arrive if pre-notified. 

  • Bathrust Campus - You can either book a domestic flight or take a train from Sydney. Trains are very frequent from the airport to the Central Railway Station in Sydney.
  • Wagga Wagga Campus - Domestic flights run from Sydney and Melbourne to Wagga Wagga. If you want to take a train, you have to arrive at Sydney Airport and take a train from the Central Railway Station.
  • Orange Campus - You can get a domestic flight from Sydney to Orange, or take a train from the Central Railway Station. 
  • Albury- Wodonga Campus - There are Domestic flights available from Sydney and Melbourne to Albury-Wodonga. If you want to take a train, then you have to take a shuttle from the Melbourne Airport to the Southern Cross Railway Station and book tickets for Albury-Wodonga. You can also reach by bus which is available at the Greyhound Australia terminal, 58 Franklin Street, Melbourne.
  • Port Macquarie - You can reach Port Macquarie by taking a flight from Brisbane, Melbourne or Sydney. There is also the XPT train service that runs between Sydney and Wauchope, which is 20 minutes inland from Port Macquarie. If you want to take a bus, Greyhound Australia is available at the Sydney International Airport. Premier motor services are also active in the Greater Port Macquarie area.

Engineering

This school helps the students to hone their skills in solving technical real-world problems. It opens pathways to a range of career options dealing with rail, road, airport, bridge, dam, pipeline and energy distribution, agricultural innovation, land and water management, manufacturing fields. You can just as well end up opening your own technology company.

  • Labs and Facilities - The department keeps itself updated with the latest technology along with having a learning zone, maker studios, project spaces, workshops, a gallery and a 'pitch zone' for enhancing your entrepreneurial skills. 
  • Faculty - The department has a team of very dedicated faculty members who have industry experience in Australia as well as overseas.

Computer Science

  • Bachelor of Computer Science (with specialisation)
  • Bachelor of Computing (Honours)
  • Doctor of Information Technology
  • Doctor of Philosophy

Information Technology

 The undergraduate courses in the department include:

  • Bachelor of Computer Science (with specialisation)
  • Bachelor of Information Technology (with specialisations)
  • Bachelor of Computing (Honours)

The graduate courses in the department include:

  • Master of Information Technology (with specialisations) (12 subjects) - This is a 2-year, full-time program. A student needs to complete a total of 96 credits. 
  • Master of Information Technology (with specialisations) (16 subjects) - This course is also 2 years long and requires the completion of 96 credit points. 
  • Master of Networking and Systems Administration - This is a year-long, full-time course. You need to gain 96 credit points by the end of the course. The courses focus on developing your skills in design, implementation and management of computer networks. 
  • Doctor of Information Technology
  • Doctor of Philosophy

School of Accounting and Finance

Undergraduate Courses Offered

  • Bachelor of Accounting
  • Bachelor of Agricultural Business Management
  • Bachelor of Business (Finance)
  • Bachelor of Business (Human Resource Management)
  • Bachelor of Business (Industry Professional Practice)
  • Bachelor of Business (Insurance)
  • Bachelor of Business (Management)
  • Bachelor of Business (Marketing)
  • Bachelor of Business Studies
  • Bachelor of Communication (Advertising) / Bachelor of Business (Marketing)
  • Bachelor of Communication (Public Relations) / Bachelor of Business Studies
  • Bachelor of Business (Honours)

Postgraduate Courses Offered

  • Master of Agricultural Business Management
  • Master of Applied Digital Marketing
  • Master of Applied Finance
  • Master of Business Administration (Computing)
  • Master of Business Administration (Law Enforcement and Security)
  • Master of Business Administration (with specialisations) (12 subjects)
  • Master of Business Administration (with specialisations) (16 subjects)
  • Master of Business Leadership
  • Master of Commerce (with specialisations) (12 subjects)
  • Master of Commerce (with specialisations) (16 subjects)
  • Master of Dispute Resolution
  • Master of Health Services Management
  • Master of Human Resource Management (with specialisations)
  • Master of Management (Information Technology - with specialisations)
  • Master of Management (Innovation and Entrepreneurship)
  • Master of Marketing
  • Master of Professional Accounting (12 subjects)
  • Master of Professional Accounting (16 subjects)
  • Master of Project Management
  • Master of Social and Organisational Leadership (with specialisations)
  • Doctor of Business Administration
  • Doctor of Philosophy

School of Management and Marketing

Undergraduate Courses Offered

  • Bachelor of Accounting
  • Bachelor of Agricultural Business Management
  • Bachelor of Business (Finance)
  • Bachelor of Business (Human Resource Management)
  • Bachelor of Business (Industry Professional Practice)
  • Bachelor of Business (Insurance)
  • Bachelor of Business (Management)
  • Bachelor of Business (Marketing)
  • Bachelor of Business Studies
  • Bachelor of Communication (Advertising) / Bachelor of Business (Marketing)
  • Bachelor of Communication (Public Relations) / Bachelor of Business Studies
  • Bachelor of Business (Honours)

Postgraduate Courses Offered

  • Master of Agricultural Business Management
  • Master of Applied Digital Marketing
  • Master of Applied Finance
  • Master of Business Administration (Computing)
  • Master of Business Administration (Law Enforcement and Security)
  • Master of Business Administration (with specialisations) (12 subjects)
  • Master of Business Administration (with specialisations) (16 subjects)
  • Master of Business Leadership
  • Master of Commerce (with specialisations) (12 subjects)
  • Master of Commerce (with specialisations) (16 subjects)
  • Master of Dispute Resolution
  • Master of Health Services Management
  • Master of Human Resource Management (with specialisations)
  • Master of Management (Information Technology - with specialisations)
  • Master of Management (Innovation and Entrepreneurship)
  • Master of Marketing
  • Master of Professional Accounting (12 subjects)
  • Master of Professional Accounting (16 subjects)
  • Master of Project Management
  • Master of Social and Organisational Leadership (with specialisations)
  • Doctor of Business Administration
  • Doctor of Philosophy

School of Computing and Mathematics 

Undergraduate Courses Offered

  • Bachelor of Computer Science (with specialisation)
  • Bachelor of Education (K–12)
  • Bachelor of Educational Studies
  • Bachelor of Information Technology (with specialisations)
  • Bachelor of Science
  • Bachelor of Computing (Honours)

Postgraduate Courses Offered

  • Master of Business Administration (Computing) - This is a 1.5-year long course and requires the completion of 96 points. You are expected to keep working on your skills in English Language, Literacy and Numeracy to effectively involve yourself in the course. 
  • Master of Cloud Computing and Virtualisation - This is a 1-year full-time course and requires you to complete 96 points before graduation. 
  • Master of Cyber Security - Under this course, you can expect to gain deep knowledge about digital forensics, dark web and cyber warfare and terrorism. The course is 1-year long and has 96 credit points.  
  • Master of Cyber Studies and Investigations - This course lets you dig deeper into cyber investigations. It is a 2-year full-time course and has 96 credit points. 
  • Master of GIS and Remote Sensing - It teaches you to use spatial science in arenas like land mapping, satellite and aerial photographic image processing, remote sensing, land and resource management and spatial data analysis. The course is 1.5-year long and requires the completion of 96 points. 
  • Master of Information Systems Security - This is a 1.5-year full-time course, and has 96 credit points. 
  • Master of Information Technology (with specialisations) (12 subjects) - The duration of course is 2 years, and you have to complete a total of 96 points. 
  • Master of Information Technology (with specialisations) (16 subjects) -  The duration of course is 2 years and requires the completion of 96 points. 
  • Master of Management (Information Technology - with specialisations) - Academics work in close relation with the global industry to make you familiar with the working of the industry in the present time. It is a 1-year full time course and has 96 credit points. 
  • Master of Networking and Systems Administration - The course helps you hone your skills in the design, implementation and management of computer networks. It runs for a duration of one year and has 96 credit points. 
  • Master of Project Management- The course mainly focuses on your skills to manage complex projects successfully. It is a year long course and has 96 credit points.
  • Doctor of Information Technology
  • Doctor of Philosophy

Other Faculties

1. Faculty of Arts and Education

The faculty has more than 9000 online and 3000 internal students. It provides you with ample opportunities to be exposed to new learning, research and community engagement programs.

The schools under this department are: 

  • Centre for Islamic Studies and Civilisation
  • School of Communication and Creative Industries
  • School of Education
  • School of Humanities and Social Sciences
  • School of Indigenous Australian Studies
  • School of Information Studies
  • School of Teacher Education
  • School of Theology

2. Faculty of  Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences

The faculty will explore the depths of business, justice and behavioural sciences and make you fit for real-world challenges. Following are the schools in this faculty:

  •  School of Accounting and Finance
  • School of Computing and Mathematics
  • School of Management and Marketing
  • CSU Engineering
  • School of Policing Studies
  • Australian Graduate School of Policing and Security
  • Centre for Customs and Excise Studies
  • Centre for Law and Justice
  • School of Psychology

3. Faculty of Science 

It is one of the largest of its kind in Australasia. Over 500 staff members are devoted to providing innovative teaching programs to more than 9000 students. The faculty also maintains good links with the industry and is well known for its research programs. The following are the schools under this faculty:

  • School of Agricultural and Wine Sciences
  • School of Animal and Veterinary Sciences
  • School of Biomedical Sciences
  • School of Community Health
  • School of Dentistry and Health Sciences
  • School of Environmental Sciences
  • School of Exercise Science, Sport and Health
  • School of Nursing, Midwifery and Indigenous Health
Annual fees for Indians $24,912
Annual off-campus living $26,390
Source : GyanDhan's analysis & university's website as of year 2018

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Which is the Cheapest Education Loan in India? | GyanDhan
<p> Updated on: 14 Apr 2021 &nbsp; The cost of higher education, whether in India or abroad, has been on a consistent rise in the last few years. And this trend is mirrored across institutions not just in India but abroad too. As such, a rising proportion of students in India are facing a financial crunch when it comes to funding their higher education. For all such students, an education loan has come as a blessing in disguise. Not only does it help them make their higher education dream in India and abroad a reality, but if chosen wisely even helps them with other things such as get tax benefits, build a good credit score and even keep family and personal funds safe for exigencies. But the market is flooded with numerous different kinds of education loan schemes - all with different fine prints that if missed might land the student in a soup.&nbsp; In such a scenario, most students wonder about which education loan to choose and also which is the cheapest education loan scheme in India. In this blog, we will talk about the cheapest education loan in India that a student can apply for. So, without further ado, let us begin right away.&nbsp; Which is the cheapest education loan in India? Well, education loans from public sector banks are cheaper than education loans from private sector banks or NBFCs. But why is that so? Let us take a look at some of the reasons for this.&nbsp; Rate of Interest - The rate of interest of an education loan offered by public sector banks is always lower - by 1% to 2.5% - than that offered by private sector banks and NBFCs. The rate of interest for an education loan by a public sector bank is between 8.5% to 10.5% while it is between 10.5% to 13.5% for a private sector bank. For NBFCs, the rate of interest is still higher and is between 11% to 14.5%. One reason why the rate of interest on education loans by NBFCs is highest is that banks use funds that are deposited with them to give loans while NBFCs borrow money from investors, banks, and other financial institutions and then lend it to students.&nbsp; Processing fee - The processing fee charged by public sector banks is lower than NBFCs and sometimes even lower than private banks. Most public sector banks have a low processing fee and sometimes even have zero processing fee for an education loan. While SBI has a fixed fee of INR 10,0000 (non-refundable) for an education loan of INR 40 lakhs, both Bank of Baroda and Axis Bank have a refundable processing fee of INR 10,000. However, NBFCs would charge a non-refundable processing fee between INR 40,000 and 80000 for the same loan amount.&nbsp; Looking for an abroad education loan? Fill the form and get free assistance Among public sector banks, which is the cheapest education loan scheme?&nbsp; Well, now that it is clear that education loans from public sector banks are the cheapest, let us dig deeper and find out which education loan scheme among public sector banks is the cheapest. We carefully researched all the various public bank education loan schemes and have come to the following conclusion: Bank of Baroda education loan schemes - Bank of Baroda education loan schemes are amongst the cheapest schemes in India. Let us take a look at the interest rates offered by the scheme under different scenarios-&nbsp; Baroda Education Loan to Students of Premier Institutions (For Studies in India) is the cheapest education loan in India. If your institute is included in the premiere AA or A list of institutions, then you can get an education loan at a rate of interest of 6.75% and if your institution falls under List B, then you can get an education loan of up to INR 7.5 Lakhs at a rate of interest of 7.85%. For institutions falling under List B, education loans above INR 7.5 lakhs are given at an interest rate of 7.6%. Students who have got admission to institutions under List C will get an education loan of up to INR 7.50 lakhs at an interest of 8.6% while those who seek an education loan above INR 7.5 lakhs for studying in institutions in List C will get the loan at an interest of 8.35%.&nbsp; Students who are heading abroad for higher education can apply for the Baroda Scholar (for studies abroad) education loan scheme. Under this scheme, students who have got admission to an institute under the list of Premier Institutions can get an education loan at a rate of interest of 8.25% while those who have got admission to a college that does not come under the list of Premier Institutions will get the education loan at 8.9% Rate of Interest.&nbsp; SBI education loan schemes - If your institution does not come under the list of institutions in the list of Bank of Baroda, then SBI education loan schemes are your next cheapest education loan option. Students can apply for the Student Loan Scheme or the Global Ed-vantage Education Loan offered by SBI and take the SBI Rinn Raksha policy. By taking the Rinn Raksha policy, the rate of interest in their education loan will decrease by 0.5%. To know more about the SBI Rinn Raksha scheme, you can read it here. Under the Global Ed-vantage Education Loan or the Student Loan Scheme, students can take the Rinn Raksha Scheme and get the loan at a rate of interest of 8.8%. Girls can get a further concession of .5% on the rate of interest.&nbsp; Still, boggled by the various nitty-gritty that comes hidden with an education loan scheme? Well, help is at hand in the form of GyanDhan, India’s first education financing platform. We are committed to helping our students get the best education loan scheme and make their higher education dream a reality. We assign a dedicated loan counselor who studies every student’s profile in detail and then advises the best loan scheme for that particular case. We also provide a customized list of documents that need to be submitted and even help with the collection and submission of the loan application and required documents. Get in touch with us now and get help in not only choosing the best education loan but also get help in your loan application and sanction too.&nbsp; </p> <hr> <small>This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at <a href="https://www.gyandhan.com/blogs/cheapest-education-loan-india">https://www.gyandhan.com/blogs/cheapest-education-loan-india</a></small> ... Read more

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Can I Take an Education Loan on Agricultural Land? | GyanDhan
<p> Updated on: 09 Apr 2021 &nbsp; In India, higher education is seen as a passport to a well-settled career. But, with the cost of education inflation currently pegged at 10%, it is no wonder that higher education is becoming a pricey affair and many students have to give up their dreams of higher studies. At such times, an education loan is a blessing for students who need financial help to pursue their higher education dream. It makes higher education and the associated study costs within reach of all such students.&nbsp; Introduced by SBI in 1995, an education loan is not only beneficial for students who are unable to finance their higher education but also for those who want to keep their savings safe for personal contingencies, get tax benefits, and build a good Credit score. It is no wonder then that education loan firms have disbursed INR 11,000 crores in education loans during the 12 months ending September 2020. However, many times education loan seekers have numerous doubts regarding the policies that guide education loan sanction. Among all the various queries, one of the top ones that we often get is whether a student can take an education loan on agricultural land. In this blog, we will try to answer this question and help make things clear for all such students.&nbsp; Can I take a secured education loan on agricultural land?&nbsp; Well, theoretically the answer to this question is, Yes. But on digging a little deeper we realize that this is not possible practically. Even though the RBI has suggested that banks sanction education loans to farmers and their children, the reality is quite different. When we look at the terms and conditions for sanctioning a secured education loan, we realize that all public banks, private banks, and NBFCs have mentioned that agricultural land is not accepted as collateral for an education loan. Even though the reasons for this are not very clear, one possible reason for this could be the fact that agricultural land cannot be used to raise security in case the education loan becomes a Non-Performing Asset. The very purpose of collateral is to be a means of recovering the loan money in case the borrower defaults on the loan and this would not be the case with agricultural land, thus beating the very purpose of asking for collateral.&nbsp; Need an education loan to study abroad? Fill in the form to get free assistance What is the next best option? Now that we know that it is not practically possible to get a secured education loan on agricultural land, let us look at alternate ways in which a student can get a secured education loan.&nbsp; Find another immovable collateral that can be attached with your loan application - Lenders accept many different kinds of tangible collateral for sanctioning an education loan such as any flat, house, plot with boundary, shop, etc. In case a borrower does not have the property in his/her name, they can also attach third-party collateral for their education loan, provided the owner agrees to mortgage the property on behalf of the student.&nbsp; Attach any movable collateral with your education loan - A student can also pledge intangible assets such as Fixed Deposits, Government Bonds, Mutual Funds, National Savings Certificates, Life Insurance Policies, etc. The assets could be in the name of the student or even a relative.&nbsp; Pledge gold ornaments - Students can also mortgage gold ornaments for their education loan.&nbsp; It should be noted here that the value of the collateral being pledged must be equal to or higher than the loan amount being applied for. Hence, a borrower can pledge any one of the above collateral or even attach more than one in case the value of one collateral is less than the loan amount being requested. &nbsp; What should you do in case you cannot pledge collateral? If a student is unable to arrange any of the above-mentioned collateral, even then there is hope for them in the form of unsecured education loans. Most lenders provide unsecured loans to deserving students. Some like private banks and NBFCs even raise their upper loan limit for an unsecured education loan for meritorious students.&nbsp; Still confused with the various lenders and education loan schemes and looking for help with an education loan? Well, get in touch with GyanDhan - India’s first education financing platform, &nbsp;and get all your education loan queries resolved from experts. 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