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Charles Darwin University (CDU) will hold graduation ceremonies at the Darwin Convention Centre today where more than 1,000 CDU students will graduate.

Thousands of university students graduate in Darwin

More than 1,000 Charles Darwin University (CDU) students will graduate and celebrate their academic achievements at graduation ceremonies held in Darwin today.

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New scholarship attracts Timorese students to the Territory

A new partnership between Charles Darwin University (CDU) and an international school in Timor-Leste will develop a new scholarship program to support the economic growth of the country and foster connections between the Territory and Timor-Leste.

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CDU to revitalise Sydney Campus and expand international course offerings

The Sydney campus of Charles Darwin University (CDU) is set to be revitalised with expanded course offerings to cater to more international students who want to experience living and working in Australia’s biggest city.

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The Vincent Lingiari Memorial Lecture will be held for the first time on Gurindji Country, the birthplace of Aboriginal Land Rights, in the heart of the Northern Territory.

Vincent Lingiari Memorial Lecture to be held on Gurindji Country for the first time

The Vincent Lingiari Memorial Lecture will be held for the first time on Gurindji Country, the birthplace of Aboriginal Land Rights, in the heart of the Northern Territory.

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Charles Darwin University (CDU) will field a team of students to compete at the Indigenous Nationals event for the first time from June 26-30. The team were presented with their uniforms before flying out to Brisbane for the competition.

First Nations students to create history in national sports competition

For the first time ever, Charles Darwin University (CDU) will field a team of 14 students and athletes to compete in next week’s Indigenous Nationals, being held in Brisbane.

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New CDU and RMIT joint facility to drive development of the aerospace industry in Northern Australia

Charles Darwin University (CDU) will house an advanced manufacturing and test flight facility for the development of drones, as well as broader aerospace and defence industry parts.

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CDU waives student fees for hair and beauty apprentices

To encourage more students to study hair, beauty and barbering in 2022, Charles Darwin University (CDU) will waive student fees for apprentices enrolled in these courses to assist employers and apprentices.

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A group of international students went on a tour to Alice Springs in May to discover employment opportunities in Central Australia.

New agreement to attract more international students to Central Australia

International students are being given more opportunities to live and find employment in Central Australia, thanks to a new partnership between Charles Darwin University (CDU) and Central Desert Regional Council.

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Building closer connections between the Territory and Denpasar

Charles Darwin University (CDU) has joined a City of Darwin delegation on a journey to Denpasar, Indonesia this month to form close partnerships between the Territory's tropical capital Darwin and Denpasar.

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New study looking into the movement and social habits of the iconic Thorny Devils

School students inspire study into Central Australia’s infamous Thorny Devils

A Central Australian researcher from Charles Darwin University is analysing the social behaviour and physiology of Australia’s Thorny Devil to answer unexplained questions about the iconic creature.

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The CDU Newsroom is the central point of contact for all media enquiries to Charles Darwin University (CDU). The media team promotes University research, manages requests for expert commentary and produces articles and media releases for news outlets. For all enquiries to film on campus please email the team below.

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