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CSU Study Centre, Melbourne

Melbourne, Victoria, Australia


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Institution type Private
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Campus setting Urban
Student population Medium (1,001 to 10,000)
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About CSU Study Centre, Melbourne

  • Attracting students from more than 60 countries, including Australia.
  • A perfect balance of theory and practice to thoroughly prepare you for the working world.
  • Close links with industry to ensure courses are relevant in today’s global job market.
  • Excellent career development, graduate placement and internship programs.
  • Flexible, friendly and focused on your academic and personal needs



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There is a range of comfortable and affordable accommodation options available across our Study Centres to suit your lifestyle and budget, including student residences, Homestay or rental houses or apartments.

You'll develop lifelong friendships with Australian and international students from a variety of backgrounds enrolled in a diverse range of courses.


CSU Study Centre has a network of campuses in NSW regional cities, as well as specialist centres, and partners throughout Australia. It also operates the CSU Study Centres located in Sydney and Melbourne, and Brisbane from July 2016.

Positioned right in the heart of the city’s Central Business District (CBD), the CSU Study Centres are close to convenient rail, tram and bus links to all parts of the city. Inside the building, bright classrooms equipped with WiFi create an ideal setting to promote learning and inspire curiosity. The centre’s facilities feature computer labs and a digital library, as well as the latest in online learning technology.

If you want to make the most of your time in Australia – both academically and socially – it’s important to take breaks from your studies. The CSU Study Centres offer a monthly program of events, such as coastal walks, museum visits, cricket, soccer and debate club, to give you the chance to meet new people and develop new skills. The student common room offers space to enjoy downtime after lessons, allowing you to build lasting friendships and study partnerships.

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