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CSU and Study Group Australia renew agreement

17 October 2014

Charles Sturt University (CSU) and Study Group have renewed their agreement to operate the CSU Study Centres in Sydney and Melbourne.

The Vice-Chancellor of CSU, Professor Andrew Vann, and Study Group Australia’s Managing Director, Mr Warren Jacobson, signed the agreement in Sydney on Tuesday 14 October.

Next year celebrates the 20th anniversary of the CSU and Study Group collaboration, and since the launch of the first Study Centre in 2006 over 3 700 students have successfully completed their courses in business, information technology, and accounting, to graduate from CSU.

Professor Vann said, “Charles Sturt University is committed to providing the best possible academic programs and student experience for all of its students. The University and Study Group have a long and successful history of working together to provide this to the 2 300 enrolled students who study with us in Sydney and Melbourne.

“We greatly value the relationship with Study Group, a global leader in international education, and the way in which they support the University’s internationalisation goals. The strength of the collaboration is demonstrated by the high rates of student satisfaction and success that we achieve at the CSU Study Centres.”

Mr Jacobson said, “Study Group is proud of its longstanding agreement with Charles Sturt University and the role we play in pursuit of the University’s objectives. We appreciate the trust that the University has placed in us to operate the Study Centres. This trust and our close collaboration have contributed to our success in building Charles Sturt University’s brand in international markets and in preparing students for success in their chosen careers. We are extremely enthusiastic about the opportunity to continue to grow the CSU Study Centres in both program and student diversity, with an ever vigilant focus on enhancing students’ experience.”

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