Business is never boring. In fact, business and communication is what drives organisational success – from small businesses to global corporations. With top business and communication skills from Charles Sturt University you can take your career anywhere. Any organisation, anywhere in the world.
The government predicts strong future job growth for so many roles, including accountants, finance managers, auditors and HR advisers, as well as comms professionals including advertising, marketing and PR experts.* So there’s never been a better time to boost your qualifications.
From bachelor’s degrees to kickstart your career, to graduate certificates that will upskill you in as little as six months and master’s degrees to specialise and advance your knowledge – we have a course to get you where you want to go. When you study with Australia’s most experienced online uni,^ your degree works around you. Study, work, life – you can do it all with Charles Sturt. So let’s get down to business.
*joboutlook.gov.au
^Department of Education, Skills and Employment Higher Education Statistics

Courses

#1 in Autralia for business undergrads who get jobs

91% of our undergrads get full-time jobs within 4 months of graduating.
Good Universities Guide 2021/22

Scholarships

Professional Placement Equity Grant
Get financial assistance to attend workplace learning experiences.
Charles Sturt Foundation Rural Relief Scholarship
A scholarship to help you attend or complete university if you have been affected by the recent floods and ongoing drought conditions.
Residential School Equity Grant
Get financial assistance to attend a compulsory intensive school if your course includes one.

Get some insight

The future of business
From entrepreneurial start-ups to global corporations – business is ever-changing.
The future of communication
Discover how technology is creating new opportunities for storytelling.
“Strategic planning establishes a clear path for an organisation to succeed in the future. We can also call it a roadmap which means that an organisation defines the best possible route and provides direction to all employees. Leaders in the industry have told us that they need people who can, firstly, establish direction and a sense of purpose. And, secondly, who can develop the right goals and objectives so employees are motivated and engaged to excel in their jobs – and the organisation to succeed.”
Dr Alain Neher
Senior Lecturer in Business