Top one per cent in the world
Curtin is ranked in the top 1% of universities worldwide in the highly regarded Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU) 2020.
A global university
Curtin has campuses in Western Australia, Singapore, Malaysia, Dubai and Mauritius.
#1 public uni in WA for graduate employment
Curtin has achieved five-star ratings across six categories in the 2021 Good Universities Guide, including teaching quality, starting salary, skill development, learning resources, learner engagement and overall experience.
Connecting graduates for life
Curtin is proud of its more than 240,000-strong alumni community, connecting graduates across the world.
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In this Feed Your Mind discussion, we discuss how psychophysiological measures such as eye tracking, facial expression and brainwave analysis can help marketers collect more reliable and valid data.
Our free weekly lunchtime webinars have been designed to be brief and practical while introducing a new skill that you can practice to enhance your wellbeing and resilience.
Take the opportunity to chat to our teaching staff and ask any questions you might have about our MBA program.
A radio telescope in outback WA has completed the deepest and broadest search at low frequencies for alien technologies, scanning a patch of sky known to include at least 10 million stars.
An international research project led by Curtin and funded by the International Olympic Committee has developed and successfully tested a program to help discourage doping in sport.
Curtin research has developed a new on-site method to immediately detect and measure levels of persistent environmental pollutants sometimes found in contaminated lands and waters around the world.
A Curtin University research project which uses a home-based virtual reality (VR) simulation to improve function in people with spinal cord injuries has received funding from the Insurance Commission.
Join Professor Michael Keane from the school of Media, Creative Arts and Social Inquiry to discuss the future of China’s international influence, global standing and their ‘soft power’ strategy.
Join Dr Rebecca Wellard as she discusses how killer whales use bioacoustics, including echolocation clicks and burst-pulse sounds, to navigate, hunt, communicate and socialise with other pod members.
Join Curtin journalists and academics Glynn Greensmith and Kathryn Shine to explore the state of journalism and what needs to change to ensure journalists can continue to keep the public engaged.
Join professors Anne-Marie Hill and Siobhan Austen as they discuss how advances in technology are helping us to live better for longer and the key things we can do to stay active at any age.