Lifestyle

Feb 4, 2018

How’s your career looking? (advertorial)

Looking after your body is important.

So is looking after your career.
If you’re stuck in a job you’re not loving, or doing something that’s not really your thing, but you know, the money’s okay, it’s the same as flopping on the couch with a massive bag of chips. It’s easy, kind of comforting, but ultimately not that great for you.

Think of Charles Sturt University (CSU) as a personal trainer for your career.
Training people for their career is what we do. Except instead of getting you totally ripped, we get you the job you dream about. You know – the one you’re too embarrassed to even mention to your friends because you’re not remotely qualified.

We can change that.
Nobody is born qualified. It’s up to you to get qualified. And when you’re studying with CSU, we get it done together. We focus all our energy on getting you ready.

So it’s no accident that CSU has Australia’s highest graduate employment rate.*
Or that our graduates have one of the highest starting salaries in Australia.**

Think you’re too busy to fit study into your life?
All our students are busy – work, family, commitments; we know what it’s like. That’s why we design our online courses to fit into your life. The flexibility means you can fit study in the same way you fit your gym sessions in. A little bit here, a little bit there, and a big session when it works for you. It all adds up. And it gets results.

Become part of our online family.
We use the latest technology to connect you with your lecturers and fellow students. You’ll have access to our comprehensive communication systems, online forums, wikis, blogs, podcasts and library resources. It’s a whole world of learning just waiting for you.

When you’re studying at CSU, you’re studying with us.
This is one of the most important differences about being part of a regional university – you’re with people who are country people at heart. We’re friendly, warm and welcoming. We’re here to help you achieve your goals. And we know how to take care of you.

At CSU, support isn’t an ‘add-on’ – it’s part of your experience.
Being supported is just a normal part of being in our family. We’ll introduce you to all our academic and social support services early and encourage you to use them often.

You’ll love the results you get with CSU.
Fast forward a few years, and you’ll be standing on a stage with a funny hat on your head, a degree in your hand, a big grin on your face and your career in amazing shape.

Sound good? Let’s get you started.
Visit: futurestudents.csu.edu.au/csu-online

*Australian University Ratings and Rankings 2017/2018, The Good Universities Guide.
**CSU graduates have an average starting salary of $60,000 compared to the national average of $56,000 – Australian University Ratings and Rankings 2017/2018, The Good Universities Guide.