Study in Australia with Charles Darwin University
Charles Darwin University is a public university which was established in 2003 in Casuarina, Australia. The university has six campuses and four centers: Casuarina campus, Alice Springs campus, Palmerston campus, Katherine campus, Nhulunbuy campus and Katherine Rural Campus. The four centers are CDU Darwin, Waterfront CDU, Melbourne CDU, Sydney Jabiru centre and Tennant Creek centre. The main campus of the university is Casuarina campus.
Charles Darwin University comprises of ten schools: School of Academic Language and Learning, School of Business, School of Creative Arts and Humanities, School of Education, School of Engineering and Information Technology, School of Environment, School of Health, School of Indigenous Knowledge and Public Policy, School of Law and School of Psychological and Clinical Sciences. The university provides undergraduate, postgraduate and vocational programs.
Charles Darwin University has more than 20,000 students. The university has 700 faculties. The university international students from 55 countries across the world. The student to faculty ratio is 28:1.
Charles Darwin University is ranked in Top 2% of universities worldwide. Nationally ranked for graduate employment and salary outcomes. The university offers variety of Australian Educational Scholarships for the students based on their academics.
Notable Alumni: Loraine Margaret Braham (Australian politician), James Burke (Australian politician) and Sue Carter (Australian politician)
Charles Darwin University Programs
Charles Darwin University Application Requirements
Charles Darwin University Cost of studies
Undergraduate: AUD 25,920
Fees may vary for each program. Please visit program page for specific fees.
Charles Darwin University Deadlines
Deadlines may vary for each program. Please visit program page for specific deadlines.