CDU International College
CRICOS Code 00300K
Study in Australia with CDU
At CDU, we are offering three pathways within our International College, specifically designed programs to ensure you get the most out of your studies. We want to help you meet your goals and prepare yourself for the real world.
CDU International College and UP Education provide clear pathways and easy transition between courses from vocational through to postgraduate study.
Academic support services
New learning takes time and effort. With some forward planning, goal setting and time management you can set yourself up to achieve great results and have some fun while you do it.
We mentioned Learnline in Next steps, but it's worth mentioning again because you'll be spending a lot of time in here, whether you're learning on campus or online.
What can you do in Learnline?
•Create a personal profile.
•Communicate with your lecturer and other students.
•Work on your assessments, tasks and upload assignments.
•Create a space to collaborate with other users, such as a study group or a special interest group.
•Join online classrooms.
•Track your progress and grades.
•Listen to lecture podcasts.
•Stay connected on the go with a mobile app.
•Get notifications when new content is added.
Get to know your library
Depending on the course you’re taking, the library could become your best friend throughout your studies.
New Students' Guide
Whether you’re studying online or on campus, check out the New Students' Guide to find out about resources and services.
The Subject guides contain a range of resources for specific study areas including databases, relevant subject journals and tips on researching for your assessments.
Academic Language and Learning Success Program (ALLSP)
ALLSP is a free, confidential service that helps all Higher Education (HE) students with academic skills development. The program is tailored to the specific units you are seeking help in.
The ALLSP teamwork with you and your lecturers to help you understand the requirements of your assignments and develop the skills you need to navigate through your course.
Study skills workshops
Study Skills workshops are held on-campus and online.
The workshops focus on developing academic skills like critical thinking, research methods and essay and report writing.
Peer Assisted Study Sessions (PASS)
Peer Assisted Study Sessions (PASS) are organised group study sessions run by students (PASS leaders) who have successfully completed the unit, so they know exactly what is required.
You'll develop study skills, exam preparation and assessment development techniques specific to your units in a positive learning and study focussed environment.
External Student Support (ESS)
ESS is specifically aimed at online students.
ESS assist in the dispatch of printed course materials, external assignment submission, external examinations and Open Universities Australia (OUA) liaison and administration.
You'll be required to undertake two out of three common units. The common units aim to develop:
•practical academic skills, including:
To assist this, students are provided with the academic skills upfront and are respected and recognised for their diversity in culture, age, economic background and educational attainment.
Elite Athlete Support Program
The Elite Athlete Support Program supports student-athletes competing at a national and international level with flexible entry and study arrangements at CDU.