Charles Sturt University - CSU reviews

(4.11) 34 reviews

Charles Sturt University - CSU ratings

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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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The course structure consists of a core of ten subjects, a major of eight subjects and 6 elective subjects.

Core subjects covers principals fundamentals to the IT discipline including programming principles, databases, data communications, systems analysis and design, project management, IT ethics and information security.

We had to choose one specific major subject and in the final year we complete a project which involves investigation, design and implementation of a substantial computer application to solve a real world problem relevant to our chosen major.

Completed in 2016

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Positives: Excellent course material; supportive lecturers; majority of course available online; international qualification; up-to-date course material; leading edge ideas and practice; plenty of time to complete units.
Negatives: Personal time-management issues (I find it difficult to complete assignments!); some tech information is challenging - lack of in-depth explanation.

My advice to future students is: Do your research and be very clear on what career paths you want to build or follow. Make sure you have an aptitude for the qualification/s you are seeking. Go out and work in the industry, even part-time or volunteer some time, to make sure this path is what you really want. Plan your study time well; put time aside for completion of all assignments; find a mentor or someone who can help you out; be confidant.

Completed in 2018

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Positives: Friendly staff and co-operative teacher. Better study material and environment

Negatives: Inappropriate behaviour

My advice to future students is: Study well and submit work on time

Completed in 2017

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Positives: It provides greater detail into all of the aspects of Information Technology that I’m interested in and allows for online sections so that I can complete it while working

Negatives: The layout of some units can be confusing, finding previous lectures is not always easy

My advice to future students is: To set aside dedicated time to ensure you catch up on all unit work

Completing in 2020

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