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Bilateral Partners

You can study abroad for a full academic year at one of our bilateral partners, or even at a different institution each semester:


CSU has also recently opened a new coastal campus in Port Macquarie, located on the mid-north coast of New   South Wales.

  • Federation University Australia: Mt. Helen campus: Located 10 kilometres from the Ballarat city centre, and 90 minutes by car or train from Victoria’s capital city Melbourne; FedUni Mt. Helen is surrounded by park and natural bushland and is attended by more than 4,500 students. Study is available in courses from the Faculty of Business, Faculty of Education and Arts, the Faculty of Science; and the Faculty of Health.


  • UPAEP:  Located just a few streets from Puebla's historic downtown, a UNESCO World Heritage site, is the urban campus of UPAEP.  A liberal arts university with approx 16,000 students, they offer a wide range of programmes which cater to both Spanish and non-Spanish speakers alike.  


  • Alverno College, Milwaukee: A female-only college, Alverno was described by The New York Times as one of the best higher education institutions serving the needs of students. Milwaukee is only one hour north of the city of Chicago, and is situated on the shores of beautiful Lake Michigan.
  • State University of New York, Plattsburgh: Situated in the beautiful Adirondack region of New York State, half an hour's drive from Canada's Quebec border, Plattsburgh offers a variety of undergraduate programmes.
  • Wichita State University, Kansas: A co-educational university, situated in the heart of the Midwest. Set in an attractive campus, Wichita State teaches similar subjects to those taught at Chester.


The ISEP (International Student Exchange Programme) offers opportunity at additional study destinations around the world.  With over 300 institutions in the ISEP network, you're sure to find a university that suits you.      

**If you are interested in participating in a student exchange within the European Union, please contact the Erasmus office at