At Charles Sturt University we offer a wide range of teaching and education courses – to start, advance or change your career. Enjoy a combination of flexible online study and practical work placements, as well as dedicated First Nations subjects. You’ll have access to a network of regional schools and education professionals who are making a real difference.
We offer many pathways to get you where you want to go with your career. Book a consult and let’s work out your personalised journey.
Save on your fees: A Commonwealth supported place (CSP) makes university study even more affordable in 2023.

Our education postgraduates get jobs

92% of our grads are in full-time employment within 4 months of graduating - and earn a median salary of $90,000.
Good Universities Guide 2021/22


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.
Work Place Learning Grants
Assistance for eligible students to receive up to $3000 to help cover costs with their first work placement.

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“I still love learning and teaching, and my enthusiasm for them grows all the time. It’s the best job there is. Let’s be honest, who doesn’t love the idea of making life a little bit more special for our kids and their families? No matter how trying the day, I go home knowing that I have helped children to believe in themselves and to love learning. Yes, the job is very demanding, but there is no better feeling than when you help kids to learn and to hope.”
Darren Denmead
Education bachelor’s graduate, who changed careers to become a teacher

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