Charles Sturt University is one of Australia’s leading universities, made up of our city-based Study Centres in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane and several campuses located throughout regional Australia and overseas. Our excellent standards in career-focused higher education attract curious students from more than 60 countries around the world, including Australia. The first Charles Sturt University Study Centre opened in Sydney in 2001 and Melbourne in 2007. Also known as the “CSU Study Centres”, they operated in conjunction with Study Group Australia. (CSU) is a public university and a member of the Association of Commonwealth Universities. The name of the University honours Charles Sturt (1795–1869), the 19th Century public servant and explorer who was among the first Europeans to travel the territory that this multi-campus institution now serves. In addition to the Study Centres in Sydney and Melbourne CSU has a network of campuses in Albury-Wodonga, Bathurst, Dubbo, Orange and Wagga Wagga, with specialist campuses in Canberra, Goulburn, Manly, Parramatta and Canada. Charles Sturt University and Study Group signed the agreement to open the Charles Sturt University Study Centres in March 2001 and work together to provide CSU undergraduate and postgraduate degree programs at these Study Centre locations. The establishment of the CSU Study Centres in the two major metropolitan cities in Australia extending the diversity of its student intake to include rural, urban and international students. CSU Study Centre students access , a central point of information and official communication with the University, and CSU Interact, CSU’s online scholarly environment for additional learning materials. Most CSU library resources, services and databases are available online, expanding access to the CSU resources. CSU Study Centre students also have access to accommodation and student services at each location.