CSU Engineering Opportunities

Discover why MIT named Charles Sturt University (CSU) Engineering as one of the top emerging engineering schools in world, hear other Cadets’ stories and meet the people who can support your business towards better engineering careers.

Join us for dinner and learn about a new chapter in engineering education and find out how a CSU cadet engineer will benefit your community or business.

Please see invitation below for details to CSU Engineering’s Industry Connection Dinner taking place in Albury on Thursday, 2 August 2018.

report commissioned by global leader in engineering education and  research, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) has identified Charles Sturt University (CSU) as one of the top four emerging engineering courses in the world and has described the CSU degree as ‘completely rethinking what engineering educating should look like’.

The recognition of CSU Engineering is the result of a benchmarking study of global state-of-the-art undergraduate engineering. The study, which was commissioned by MIT’s New Engineering Education Transformation (NEET) initiative, a program of reform in undergraduate engineering education at the Institute, and authored by Ruth Graham, was released on 27 March 2018.

Tourism Investment

$11 Million funding grant from the NSW government is set to increase tourism by 365,000 tourists per year

The NSW Murray Region will receive a large economic boost following the commitment from the NSW government to provide a grant of $11 million to create new tourism precincts along the Murray river from Albury to Tocumwal.
These development proposals will not only encourage tourism activity in the area, but will increase employment and the economy, acting as a huge boost for the Murray Region

 

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The development named the Murray River Regional Experiences’ precinct will connect regional towns located along the Murray River including Albury, Tocumwal and Corowa, therefore assisting to create the ultimate tourism holiday experience within the region.

The announcement was made in early April by Member for Albury Greg Aplin who was ecstatic about the announcement stating that it ‘will transform our stunning waterways and wetlands into one of the state’s must-see river tourism trails’.  He also stated that this funding is ‘one of the most significant tourism investments in many, many years’.

The development will see an increase of 365,000 tourists to the Murray region every year who will have access to parts of the Murray River that previously has never been able to be accessed before. Making this development a very exciting project for not only the tourists but the locals of the Murray Region.

Key elements of the project include:

  • Bangerang Park Adventure Playground
  • Café in Rowers Park
  • Corowa Boardwalk and Riverside Walking Track
  • River Revegetation
  • Interpretive Signage
  • Lions Park Boat Ramp.

There is no set date for these works to begin however local councils have been working together to develop plans for the Murray River Regional Experiences’ precinct.