Our university is named after one of Australia’s most successful leaders and the country’s 14th prime minister, John Curtin. Fittingly, his namesake university is admired as a forward-looking university that embraces courage and diversity in ideas and qualities, placing Curtin in the top 1% of universities in the world (Academic Ranking of World Universities 2021).
Whether you’re starting your first degree, or progressing your career; it all starts with a world-class degree from Curtin.
Curtin University study areas:
Agriculture, environment and sustainability
Architecture and construction
Arts and creative industries
Business, management and law
Culture, society and Indigenous
Engineering, mining and related technologies
Physical science and mathematics
Curtin has successfully built an international reputation for research excellence, with 95 per cent of research ranked at world standard or above.
Working closely with industry and government, we are leading a number of national and international research projects in health sciences, astronomy, economics, minerals and energy and crop disease management.
Curtin University has ranked third equal highest median full-time undergraduate salary in Australia and is Western Australia’s best performing public university for students finding full-time work after graduation (2021 Graduate Outcomes Survey).
Curtin emphasises work-integrated learning in our courses so that you can graduate with industry experience and be a step ahead in commencing your career. The excellence and extent of our industry partnerships and accreditations is testament to our belief in the value of university–industry collaboration. You’ll have access to leadership programs, internships and clinical placements, giving you a competitive edge in the job market.
The Global Student Satisfaction Awards empower students across the globe to determine the best universities of 2021. Universities with a score above 4.0 (out of 5) in any of the 8 award categories, receive Badges of Excellence. Congratulations!
Explore a diverse range of student accommodation options at our Curtin Perth campus, all located within a five-to-ten-minute walk from the centre of campus including St Catherine’s College and UniLodge Twin Dolphin Hall. Both are located in the northern end of campus, within our dedicated innovation precinct, Exchange.
St Catherine’s College offers an all-inclusive experience with the opportunity to enhance your studies through academic and employability programs.
UniLodge managed accommodation is where you can enjoy living independently, while also being a part of a diverse community with regular events and opportunities to meet new friends.
Curtin University Library is a library with great heart that empowers great minds. We are an enabler of success for our clients by providing inspiration and service excellence. We have an anticipatory, future-focused approach in our work which continually fosters creativity and innovation.
Curtin has guest Wi-Fi accounts for visitors who are not able to connect to the eduroam network. These guest accounts allow a visitor to connect to the CurtinGuest wireless network and access the Internet. There is no email facility attached to the account, but you may access a third party web-based email provider.
Over the years, our physical expansion has mirrored our forward-looking nature and responsiveness to the changing needs of our students, partners and the broader communities we serve.
Our largest campus, Curtin Perth, is located in the suburb of Bentley, about six kilometres from Perth city. It’s a place of inspiration, technology-rich learning spaces, high impact research and exciting activities. All courses are available at Curtin Perth.
Curtin Murray Street, in Perth’s central business district, is home to the Curtin Law School, strengthening our links with the legal profession and the commercial heart of Western Australia.
Curtin Stadium is the hub for all things sport, recreation and fitness at Curtin University. Curtin offer competitive gym memberships for students, staff and the local community to promote healthy living.
Achieve your health and fitness goals with the support of our qualified team to encourage you every step of the way.
It's a good university and here we study about plant breeding and genetics and i have a research project on Tomato
Curtin Singapore - marketing lecturers were relatively more engaging then the rest
Good, but lacks in laboratory equipment and other facilities
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