Curtin University has campuses in Western Australia, Singapore, Malaysia, Dubai and Mauritius, and partnerships with more than 130 institutions around the globe.
Curtin’s growing international reputation has seen it rise steadily in world university rankings in recent years. Curtin was ranked in the top one per cent of universities worldwide by the prestigious Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU) in 2017.
When you graduate, you’ll join Curtin’s alumni network of over 230,000 graduates.
At Bentley, the University’s largest campus, technology-rich learning environments recreate real-world workplaces to enhance your studies and give you the practical experience you need before you graduate.
Located just six kilometres from the centre of Perth, Bentley is close to public transport and offers a wide range of services including student administration, a medical centre, childcare and banking facilities, international food outlets, a library open 24 hours a day and an award-winning sports stadium.
Curtin: A pathway to a global career
Graduate career-ready and highly employable
Curtin University collaborates with some of the largest companies in Australia and internationally to ensure that you graduate with the practical skills, connections and knowledge needed to succeed in the global marketplace.
While studying, you can access employment support as well as career planning and development advice through our careers centre. Get great advice on writing job applications and CVs, and access our Global Careers database, which can connect you with potential employers around the world.
Looking for work?
If you’re looking for work while you study, then UniHub is for you. This is an online jobs board exclusive to the Curtin community. Discover a range of part-time job opportunities. Your student visa will usually allow you to work 40 hours per fortnight during the semester and full-time in the holiday periods.
Areas of study
Curtin offers undergraduate, postgraduate and research courses across many study areas, offering you a challenging and rewarding education. Study programmes are offered by our four Faculties – the Faculty of Business and Law; the Faculty of Health Sciences; the Faculty of Science and Engineering and the Faculty of Humanities.
Study highlights at Curtin include:
If you’re passionate about becoming part of the next generation of health care professionals who innovate, inspire and heal, Curtin offers a range of nationally accredited and internationally recognised courses. Not only will you get access to state-of-the-art facilities, such as our simulated hospital ward and brand-new medical school, you’ll also get plenty of hands-on experience and will graduate with the knowledge you need to make a real difference to people’s lives.
Business, management and law
Apply classroom learning to real situations when you study a law or business course at Curtin. Through our extensive industry networks you’ll get exposure to business professionals and to projects that prepare you for future employment. Curtin Business School is recognised as an elite business school through its accreditation by AACSB, which ensures your business degree will be recognised around the globe.
Engineering and mining
Engineers are involved in building, design and process across a broad range of industries. Our engineering and mining courses will give you hands-on experience and teach you how to solve problems to make a real difference in the world. You’ll develop the self-confidence and interpersonal skills needed for a successful career in some of the world’s most economically important industries. You could choose to study at the Curtin Western Australian School of Mines in Kalgoorlie, a major centre for mining and resources.
Physical sciences and mathematics
Science and mathematics are at the heart of new discoveries, inventions and technology. Develop your knowledge in subjects such as chemistry, physics, biochemistry, statistics or industrial modelling. You’ll learn how to apply your studies to real-world problems and situations, and have opportunities to work in environments where research and discovery abound.
Additional study areas include:
- Agriculture, environment and sustainability
- Information technology and computing
- Culture, language and Indigenous arts and creative industries
- Architecture and construction
Join a global university
When you join Curtin you’ll become part of an international family. With almost a third of our 52,000 students coming from a country outside of Australia, you’ll study in an inclusive, multicultural environment that gives you a true sense of belonging.