Charles Sturt University Dubbo
CSU in Dubbo offers students first-class tertiary education right on their own doorstep. The campus offers undergraduate and postgraduate study options with the Indigenous programs particularly well regarded. The courses offered at CSU in Dubbo have clear career pathways, complemented by real industry experience and workplace-standard facilities, giving their graduates a head start for life after study.
TAFE NSW Dubbo is housed over three centrally located campuses in Dubbo on Myall Street, Fitzroy Street and the Narromine Road. Tafe NSW Dubbo specialises in agriculture, heavy and light vehicles, hairdressing, beauty therapy, construction and nursing courses. The Myall Street campus also houses the Yarradamarra Centre for Aboriginal programs, such as performing arts and languages. The Dubbo Tafe campus services not only the Dubbo community but the rest of the Orana region offering over 60 courses. In May 2018 the Myall Street campus was also equipped with a new facility set to enable them to become the engine room for supply chair and e-commerce course development for the entire state of NSW.
School of Rural Health
Committed to developing the rural medical workforce the University of Sydney established a rural clinic school in Dubbo. The aim is to contribute to the development of the rural medical workforce by providing training in an environment that delivers medical graduates and doctors with the aptitude, knowledge and skills to provide quality care for rural, regional and remote Australia. In 2018 it was announced that aspiring doctors will soon be able to complete their entire medical degree in Dubbo, after the Federal Government announced the expansion of the city’s campus with $7.65 million to redevelop existing premises and construct a new building for a start of the art anatomy and basic science facility.