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December, 2015 Edition

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In this newsletter

 

  • Face to Face Classes held in West Virginia 

  • Single Subject Study

  • ESAMI Graduation 

  • Time Release Study in Solomon Islands

  • 10 years of the World Customs Journal  

  • Study in Australia in 2018 

  • Australia Awards Scholarships 

  • Graduation December 2016 

  • CCES Christmas Shutdown Period

Upcoming Events

Applications are still being accepted for Session 1, 2017


Apply for CCES courses online today: Or contact us for more information: customs@csu.edu.au

Recent Publications

World Customs Journal Volume 10, Number 2

Latest News

Face to Face Classes held in West Virginia


The Centre's Graduate program with the University of Texas (Rio Grande Valley) took a further step forward in October 2016 with the first face-to-face classes being delivered at the US Customs and Border Protection Facility at Harper's Ferry, West Virginia.
 

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Did you know that CCES at CSU offers you the option of Single Subject Study?


Single Subject Study gives you flexibility without the commitment of a full degree. The program allows you to:
  • study subjects that require no prerequisites, prior knowledge, or experience
  • sample university, or test out a subject area
  • update your professional qualifications
  • build your skills or explore your passions
  • prove to yourself that you are capable of university study
Click here to see the full list of subjects available in 2017.
 

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ESAMI Graduation

A graduation ceremony was held in Arusha, Tanzania by the East and Southern African Management Institute (ESAMI) on 19 November 2016. CCES, which jointly runs the MBA (Customs) program, was represented by CSU lecturer Magdalena Nangolo from Windhoek, Namibia.

 

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Time Release Study in Solomon Islands

The Centre for Customs and Excise Studies has conducted a Time Release Study at the Port of Honiara in the Solomons Islands under the auspices of the Australian Government’s Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT). The Study is designed to measure the average time it takes for sea cargo to be released after it arrives in Honiara. Data from the study will help identify bottlenecks and reduce clearance times and so help trade facilitation efforts in the Island to match those of other leading Pacific Island countries, and at the same time meet international standards.

 

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10 years of the World Customs Journal

The September 2016 edition of the World Customs Journal represents a significant milestone in the Journal’s history and that of the International Network of Customs Universities (INCU).

 

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Study in Australia in 2018

CCES is pleased to announce that, commencing in February 2018, the Master of Customs Administration along with the Graduate Certificate and Graduate Diploma, will be offered at Charles Sturt University’s Port Macquarie Campus. To apply, please email us at customs@csu.edu.au.

 

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Australia Awards Scholarships

Following the announcement that in 2018 CCES will be delivering its postgraduate courses at Charles Sturt University’s Port Macquarie Campus, you can now nominate these courses in your Australia Award Applications.

Full details of your options for the Australia Awards can be found on the following link: http://dfat.gov.au/people-to-people/australia-awards/Pages/participating-countries.aspx

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Graduation – December 2016

CCES extends its warm congratulations to our December 2016 Graduates.

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Rob Preece is a Senior Lecturer at the Centre for Customs & Excise Studies, Charles Sturt University. He is our representative in the South East Asia Region. Here are a couple of articles he wrote recently for the Bangkok Post.

Is it time to invest in 'soft infrastructure' for region?:  http://www.bangkokpost.com/business/news/1113885/is-it-time-to-invest-in-soft-infrastructure-for-region-

Logistics and 'tax suspended' goods: http://www.bangkokpost.com/business/news/1136537/logistics-and-tax-suspended-goods

CCES Christmas Shutdown Period

The CCES Office will be closed from Thursday 22nd December 2016 thru to Tuesday 3rd January 2017 inclusive. We will re-open on Wednesday 4th January 2017.



As 2016 comes to an end, and all students have now finished their studies, we would like to thank everyone who has studied with us, and supported us in 2016.

We look forward to working with you all again in 2017.

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