Charles Sturt University - CSU reviews

(4.11) 34 reviews

Charles Sturt University - CSU ratings

Average ratings based on 34 reviews
Overall Rating
4.11
Job Prospects
3.68
Teachers
4.06
Course Work
3.79
Time Worthy
3.66
Money Worthy
3.59
Friend Test
4.50
Support
4.00
Facilities
4.50
Industry Contacts
3.30

More on Charles Sturt University

Charles Sturt University (CSU) has multiple campuses across NSW, QLD and VIC including Bathurst, Albury-Wodonga, Dubbo, Goulburn, Orange, Port Macquarie, Wagga Wagga and Canberra.

Study101 has a range of student reviews across Bachelor and Masters degrees in several different topics - Arts, Medical Science, Business, Information Technology, Science, Nursing and Education.

Based on the Charles Sturt University reviews we've received, here's some of the advice from students:
Try to make friends with others studying your course;
Make the effort to study and give it 100% to get the best results;
Ask Q's - teachers are there to help you understand and answer them;
Keep up to date with your subject and don't leave things to the last minute;
Go out and work in the industry, even part-time or volunteer some time.

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I find Uni.. My educator is skilled, and I like how he thinks.

Positives: The course is conducted online, offers me a really wide array of examples in different information institutions

Negatives: There's little in the way to gather community that that the university offers distance ed students.

My advice to future students is: Online learning requires you to be on the ball. Locate a time during the week to focus on your studies and stick to it. Remember, most units require you to do 10 hours worth of work in the unit itself and more outside for personal learning and assignments.

Set up a calendar. Give yourself 2 weeks to complete the assignment. Ask questions to your lecturer, no question is dumb.

Make sure you communicate with others that are doing the course, they may offer you some perspectives you haven't thought about.

If study for hours is just too much, try the pomodoro technique to schedule you 45 mins to study and 10 on break.

Contact disability well before the university session starts and within the first week send the disability plan through.

Dictating assignments and using Opendysexic type in assignments will help you edit and read materials.

Breathe. This won't be for the rest of your life.

Completing in 2023

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