5 questions you must ask a uni before starting an online degree
For many Australians, COVID-19 has uncovered the possibilities of living life online - from shopping and socialising to working and studying. Before you jump into studying an online degree, here are the questions you should be posing to universities you’re considering for your course.Read more
From the Philippines to Sydney, study at CDU is everything Rhea wanted
When Rhea started looking into Information Technology (IT) programs in Australia, she knew what she wanted. CDU Sydney met all of the requirements.
Studying Accounting at CDU is setting Ayumi up for success
Ayumi, from Japan, was attracted to study her Master of Professional Accounting in Darwin for several reasons. The warm climate was just one of them.
From CDU Accounting degree to KPMG auditor
Akansh is now working as an external auditor at KPMG. He credits CDU for his success.
Three tips for receiving a fast offer letter
Are you ready to start your Australian study journey and become a student at Charles Darwin University (CDU)? Learn more about submitting a great application and receiving an unconditional offer quickly.
Filling the gap - Master of Pharmacy Extended
Already in the health field and interested in expanding your skills and expertise? Our new Master of Pharmacy Extended Coursework degree is for you.
Designed for those already working in the health sector, this degree offers the opportunity for a career change and progression in a dynamic industry.
Five reasons to further your studies at CDU
A degree from Charles Darwin University (CDU) can increase your career prospects, develop your skillset, and introduce you to Australian culture and networking opportunities. Here are five reasons why you should study with CDU.
Study abroad - Student stories
Studying abroad allows students to see the world while gaining experience in their chosen study area. Zoe Bolton jumped at the opportunity to travel abroad, visit the Philippines and connect with her like-minded peers from all corners of Australia.
Breaking education barriers for First Nations women
With seven out of ten of our students being women, we are proud to connect them to the power of education. Our 100% online, flexible study options empower women to study when and where it suits them, while remaining connected to their lives and communities.
CDU making university accessible for all
Charles Darwin University is making university more accessible. CDU will help support 800 new students with discounted fees to help reduce the skills shortage and increase the number of university students from underrepresented groups.
Engineering graduates help to power the Territory
While Power and Water Corporation provides students with opportunities to gain practical industry experience, CDU ensures Power and Water has a steady pipeline of fresh talent by providing engineering graduates.
Your career: How to be a great therapist
If you're finishing your studies in psychology at CDU, now's the time to be thinking about how you'll apply what you've learned to propel your career forward. Here, Dr Simon Moss from CDU, shares his advice on how to be a great therapist.
Debra's climbing the corporate ladder
When Debra Hutcheson started her career at entry level with the Northern Territory Government, she knew she wanted to achieve more. Studying at CDU was just the thing she needed to make an impression and rise up the ranks.
Seeking answers to low First Nations women in mining
CDU Researcher PhD candidate Jodi Cowdery investigates barriers and low number of First Nations women working in the Northern Territory mining industry. The mining industry has long be populated by non-First Nations men from outside of the nearby communities.
Little Critters, Big Impact
Allyson's big research into little critters produces huge outcomes
What does it take to improve Indigenous birth outcomes?
It’s not the norm for research projects to observe outcomes improved by 50 per cent. In fact, it’s quite unusual. But this is what CDU’s Indigenous Birthing in an Urban Setting (IBUS) research project has found. The results send a strong signal that the preterm birth gap can be reduced.