Frequently Asked Questions

Bachelor of Border Management

Study Online Only

Course Duration 3 years full-time

6 years part-time

Study Mode Online Learning
Admission Codes Domestic: EABB

International: JAEB

Admission Requirements To be admitted into the course, prospective students should gauge their likelihood of success through previous studies (the NSW Higher School Certificate or interstate /overseas equivalent; the International Baccalaureate Diploma), and other attainments and experience.
Session Intake February, July
Text Books All texts and reading materials will be uploaded to Interact (the online learning platform), and you can download all materials from there. There is no cost for text books.
Fees and Payment The amount is dependent on the course or subject(s) undertaken, the academic level of the subject(s) and credit point value of the subject(s). Example: if you enrol in only 8 credit points in a semester, then you pay only for 8 credit points in that semester.

Fees can be paid by using the Western Union international student payment portal. International students can also pay by telegraphic transfer, bank draft or credit card. CSU accepts most major credit cards.

Further details on fee payment can be found on the following link: http://www.csu.edu.au/international/fees-and-costs/international-student-fees

English Language Requirements The University has minimum requirements for English language proficiency prior to entry to its courses. You will generally meet English proficiency requirements if you have undertaken and completed sufficient study in English.

If you have not studied in English before, you will require an IELTS 6.0, and with no score below 5.5 or equivalent tests. See the following link for full details: http://www.csu.edu.au/apply/english-language-proficiency

Credit or RPL Credit, also called Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL), may be awarded for study or relevant work experience completed prior to applying for a course. Previous study may be from Charles Sturt University or another institution.

We prefer that you apply for credit after you have been admitted to the course.  Once you have been admitted you will need to contact CCES directly so that we can guide you through the process.

Online

Learning

Please click on the following link to find out more about how this works:

http://futurestudents.csu.edu.au/csu-online

General Information Please click on the following link for information about studying at CSU: http://www.csu.edu.au/for/future-students
How to Apply You can apply online via the following link:

http://www.csu.edu.au/courses/undergraduate/border_management/apply-now#.UlNWsVCS58E

You should provide the following supporting documentation with your application:

–               Past academic qualifications

–               Current CV

–               Any written references you have

–               Proof of English proficiency (if required)

 

Graduate Certificate in Customs Administration

Study Online

Course Duration 0.5 years full-time

1 years part-time

Study Mode Online Learning
Admission Codes Domestic: OATA

International: JATA

Admission Requirements Students require an undergraduate degree or equivalent from a recognised university or tertiary institution. Students without a tertiary qualification may be admitted to the course if they can demonstrate they have a minimum of three years’ appropriate work experience in Customs or a related area and provide written verification from their employer.
Session Intake February, July
Cost of Text Books All texts and reading materials will be uploaded to Interact (the online learning platform), and you can download all materials from there. There is no cost for text books.
Payment of Fees The amount is dependent on the course or subject(s) undertaken, the academic level of the subject(s) and credit point value of the subject(s). Example: if you enrol in only 8 credit points in a semester, then you pay only for 8 credit points in that semester.

Fees can be paid by using the Western Union international student payment portal. International students can also pay by telegraphic transfer, bank draft or credit card. CSU accepts most major credit cards.

Further details on fee payment can be found on the following link: http://www.csu.edu.au/international/fees-and-costs/international-student-fees

English Language Requirements The University has minimum requirements for English language proficiency prior to entry to its courses. You will generally meet English proficiency requirements if you have undertaken and completed sufficient study in English.

If you have not studied in English before, you will require an IELTS overall score of at least 6.0, and with writing band no less than 6.0 and all other bands no less than 5.5 or equivalent tests. See the following link for full details: http://www.csu.edu.au/apply/english-language-proficiency

Credit or RPL Credit, also called Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL), may be awarded for study or relevant work experience completed prior to applying for a course. Previous study may be from Charles Sturt University or another institution.

We prefer that you apply for credit after you have been admitted to the course. Once you have been admitted you will need to contact CCES directly so that we can guide you through the process.

Online Learning Please click on the following link to find out more about how this works: http://futurestudents.csu.edu.au/csu-online
General Information Please click on the following link for information about studying at CSU: http://www.csu.edu.au/for/future-students
How to Apply You can apply online via the following link:

http://www.csu.edu.au/courses/postgraduate/customs_administration/apply-now#.UlNXFlCS58E

You should provide the following supporting documentation with your application:

–               Past academic qualifications

–               Current CV

–               Any written references you have

–               Proof of English proficiency (if required)

 

Graduate Certificate in Customs Administration

Study in Australia

Course Duration 0.5 years full-time
Study Mode Face to Face and Online Learning
Admission Codes Domestic: OATA

International: JATA

Admission Requirements Students require an undergraduate degree or equivalent from a recognised university or tertiary institution. Students without a tertiary qualification may be admitted to the course if they can demonstrate they have a minimum of three years’ appropriate work experience in Customs or a related area and provide written verification from their employer.
Session Intake February
Cost of Text Books All texts and reading materials will be uploaded to Interact (the online learning platform), and you can download all materials from there. There is no cost for text books.
Payment of Fees The amount is dependent on the course or subject(s) undertaken, the academic level of the subject(s) and credit point value of the subject(s). Example: if you enrol in only 8 credit points in a semester, then you pay only for 8 credit points in that semester.

Fees can be paid by using the Western Union international student payment portal. International students can also pay by telegraphic transfer, bank draft or credit card. CSU accepts most major credit cards.

Further details on fee payment can be found on the following link: http://www.csu.edu.au/international/fees-and-costs/international-student-fees

English Language Requirements The University has minimum requirements for English language proficiency prior to entry to its courses. You will generally meet English proficiency requirements if you have undertaken and completed sufficient study in English.

If you have not studied in English before, you will require an IELTS overall score of at least 6.0, and with writing band no less than 6.0 and all other bands no less than 5.5 or equivalent tests. See the following link for full details: http://www.csu.edu.au/apply/english-language-proficiency

Credit or RPL Credit, also called Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL), may be awarded for study or relevant work experience completed prior to applying for a course. Previous study may be from Charles Sturt University or another institution.

We prefer that you apply for credit after you have been admitted to the course. Once you have been admitted you will need to contact CCES directly so that we can guide you through the process.

Online Learning Please click on the following link to find out more about how this works: http://futurestudents.csu.edu.au/csu-online
General Information Please click on the following link for information about studying at CSU: http://www.csu.edu.au/for/future-students
How to Apply You can apply online via the following link:

http://www.csu.edu.au/courses/postgraduate/customs_administration/apply-now#.UlNXFlCS58E

You should provide the following supporting documentation with your application:

–               Past academic qualifications

–               Current CV

–               Any written references you have

–               Proof of English proficiency (if required)

 

Master of Customs Administration

Study Online

Course Duration 1.5 years full-time

3 years part-time

Study Mode Online Learning
Admission Codes Commonwealth Supported Place: EAQA

Domestic Fee paying: OAQA

International: JAQA

Admission Requirements Applicants must hold either the Bachelor of Border Management (or an equivalent award in the same discipline), or the Graduate Certificate in Customs Administration (or an equivalent award in the same discipline). Students who have already completed the Graduate Certificate in Customs Administration will be required to complete only a total of 64 credit points.
Session Intake February, July
Cost of Text Books All texts and reading materials will be uploaded to Interact (the online learning platform), and you can download all materials from there.  There is no cost for text books.
Payment of Fees The amount is dependent on the course or subject(s) undertaken, the academic level of the subject(s) and credit point value of the subject(s). Example: if you enrol in only 8 credit points in a semester, then you pay only for 8 credit points in that semester.

Fees can be paid by using the Western Union international student payment portal. International students can also pay by telegraphic transfer, bank draft or credit card. CSU accepts most major credit cards.

Further details on fee payment can be found on the following link: http://www.csu.edu.au/international/fees-and-costs/international-student-fees

English Language Requirements The University has minimum requirements for English language proficiency prior to entry to its courses. You will generally meet English proficiency requirements if you have undertaken and completed sufficient study in English.

If you have not studied in English before, you will require an IELTS overall score of at least 6.0, and with writing band no less than 6.0 and all other bands no less than 5.5 or equivalent tests. See the following link for full details: http://www.csu.edu.au/apply/english-language-proficiency

Credit or RPL Credit, also called Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL), may be awarded for study or relevant work experience completed prior to applying for a course. Previous study may be from Charles Sturt University or another institution.

We prefer that you apply for credit after you have been admitted to the course. Once you have been admitted you will need to contact CCES directly so that we can guide you through the process.

Online Learning Please click on the following link to find out more about how this works: http://futurestudents.csu.edu.au/csu-online

 

General Information Please click on the following link for information about studying at CSU: http://www.csu.edu.au/for/future-students
How to Apply You can apply online via the following link: http://www.csu.edu.au/courses/postgraduate/customs_administration/apply-now#.UlNXFlCS58E

You should provide the following supporting documentation with your application:

–               Past academic qualifications

–               Current CV

–               Any written references you have

–               Proof of English proficiency (if required)

Master of Customs Administration

Study in Australia

Course Duration 1 year
Study Mode Face to Face and Online Learning
Admission Codes Commonwealth Supported Place: EAQA

Domestic Fee paying: OAQA

International: JAQA

Admission Requirements Applicants must hold either the Bachelor of Border Management (or an equivalent award in the same discipline), or the Graduate Certificate in Customs Administration (or an equivalent award in the same discipline). Students who have already completed the Graduate Certificate in Customs Administration will be required to complete only a total of 64 credit points.
Session Intake February
Cost of Text Books All texts and reading materials will be uploaded to Interact (the online learning platform), and you can download all materials from there.  There is no cost for text books.
Payment of Fees The amount is dependent on the course or subject(s) undertaken, the academic level of the subject(s) and credit point value of the subject(s). Example: if you enrol in only 8 credit points in a semester, then you pay only for 8 credit points in that semester.

Fees can be paid by using the Western Union international student payment portal. International students can also pay by telegraphic transfer, bank draft or credit card. CSU accepts most major credit cards.

Further details on fee payment can be found on the following link: http://www.csu.edu.au/international/fees-and-costs/international-student-fees

English Language Requirements The University has minimum requirements for English language proficiency prior to entry to its courses. You will generally meet English proficiency requirements if you have undertaken and completed sufficient study in English.

If you have not studied in English before, you will require an IELTS overall score of at least 6.0, and with writing band no less than 6.0 and all other bands no less than 5.5 or equivalent tests. See the following link for full details: http://www.csu.edu.au/apply/english-language-proficiency

Credit or RPL Credit, also called Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL), may be awarded for study or relevant work experience completed prior to applying for a course. Previous study may be from Charles Sturt University or another institution.

We prefer that you apply for credit after you have been admitted to the course. Once you have been admitted you will need to contact CCES directly so that we can guide you through the process.

Online Learning Please click on the following link to find out more about how this works: http://futurestudents.csu.edu.au/csu-online

 

General Information Please click on the following link for information about studying at CSU: http://www.csu.edu.au/for/future-students
How to Apply You can apply online via the following link: http://www.csu.edu.au/courses/postgraduate/customs_administration/apply-now#.UlNXFlCS58E

You should provide the following supporting documentation with your application:

–               Past academic qualifications

–               Current CV

–               Any written references you have

–               Proof of English proficiency (if required)

 

Master of Customs Administration

Study Online

Course Duration 1.5 years full-time

3 years part-time

Study Mode Online Learning
Admission Codes Commonwealth Supported Place: EAQA

Domestic Fee paying: OAQA

International: JAQA

Admission Requirements Applicants must hold either the Bachelor of Border Management (or an equivalent award in the same discipline), or the Graduate Certificate in Customs Administration (or an equivalent award in the same discipline). Students who have already completed the Graduate Certificate in Customs Administration will be required to complete only a total of 64 credit points.
Session Intake February, July
Cost of Text Books All texts and reading materials will be uploaded to Interact (the online learning platform), and you can download all materials from there.  There is no cost for text books.
Payment of Fees The amount is dependent on the course or subject(s) undertaken, the academic level of the subject(s) and credit point value of the subject(s). Example: if you enrol in only 8 credit points in a semester, then you pay only for 8 credit points in that semester.

Fees can be paid by using the Western Union international student payment portal. International students can also pay by telegraphic transfer, bank draft or credit card. CSU accepts most major credit cards.

Further details on fee payment can be found on the following link: http://www.csu.edu.au/international/fees-and-costs/international-student-fees

English Language Requirements The University has minimum requirements for English language proficiency prior to entry to its courses. You will generally meet English proficiency requirements if you have undertaken and completed sufficient study in English.

If you have not studied in English before, you will require an IELTS overall score of at least 6.0, and with writing band no less than 6.0 and all other bands no less than 5.5 or equivalent tests. See the following link for full details: http://www.csu.edu.au/apply/english-language-proficiency

Credit or RPL Credit, also called Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL), may be awarded for study or relevant work experience completed prior to applying for a course. Previous study may be from Charles Sturt University or another institution.

We prefer that you apply for credit after you have been admitted to the course. Once you have been admitted you will need to contact CCES directly so that we can guide you through the process.

Online Learning Please click on the following link to find out more about how this works: http://futurestudents.csu.edu.au/csu-online

 

General Information Please click on the following link for information about studying at CSU: http://www.csu.edu.au/for/future-students
How to Apply You can apply online via the following link: http://www.csu.edu.au/courses/postgraduate/customs_administration/apply-now#.UlNXFlCS58E

You should provide the following supporting documentation with your application:

–               Past academic qualifications

–               Current CV

–               Any written references you have

–               Proof of English proficiency (if required)

Graduate Certificate in International Revenue Administration

Study Online Only

Course Duration 0.5 years full-time

1 year part time

Study Mode Online Learning
Admission Codes Domestic: JARA

International: OARA

Admission Requirements Students require an undergraduate degree or equivalent from a recognised university or tertiary institution. Students without a tertiary qualification may be admitted to the course if they can demonstrate they have a minimum of three years’ appropriate work experience in Customs or a related area and provide written verification from their employer.
Session Intake February, July
Cost of Text Books All texts and reading materials will be uploaded to Interact (the online learning platform), and you can download all materials from there.  There is no cost for text books.
Payment of Fees The amount is dependent on the course or subject(s) undertaken, the academic level of the subject(s) and credit point value of the subject(s). Example: if you enrol in only 8 credit points in a semester, then you pay only for 8 credit points in that semester.

Fees can be paid by using the Western Union international student payment portal. International students can also pay by telegraphic transfer, bank draft or credit card. CSU accepts most major credit cards.

Further details on fee payment can be found on the following link: http://www.csu.edu.au/international/fees-and-costs/international-student-fees

English Language Requirements The University has minimum requirements for English language proficiency prior to entry to its courses. You will generally meet English proficiency requirements if you have undertaken and completed sufficient study in English.

If you have not studied in English before, you will require an IELTS overall score of at least 6.0, and with writing band no less than 6.0 and all other bands no less than 5.5 or equivalent tests. See the following link for full details: http://www.csu.edu.au/apply/english-language-proficiency

Credit or RPL Credit, also called Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL), may be awarded for study or relevant work experience completed prior to applying for a course. Previous study may be from Charles Sturt University or another institution.

We prefer that you apply for credit after you have been admitted to the course. Once you have been admitted you will need to contact CCES directly so that we can guide you through the process.

Online Learning Please click on the following link to find out more about how this works: http://futurestudents.csu.edu.au/csu-online

 

General Information Please click on the following link for information about studying at CSU: http://www.csu.edu.au/for/future-students
How to Apply You can apply online via the following link: http://www.csu.edu.au/courses/postgraduate/customs_administration/apply-now#.UlNXFlCS58E

You should provide the following supporting documentation with your application:

–               Past academic qualifications

–               Current CV

–               Any written references you have

–               Proof of English proficiency (if required)

 

When do the sessions commence?

For further information about important dates at CSU, please click the following link:  Important Dates and Session Times

What scholarships are available?

The Centre for Customs and Excise Studies does not offer scholarships in its own right.  However you may be eligible through other sources. If you would like further information about these scholarships please visit the CSU Scholarship Information site.