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.
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 a break and focus on your well-being by watching the ‘Everyday mindfulness’ webinars. These 20-minute webinars are presented by Bupa, Curtin’s Overseas Health Cover (OSHC) preferred provider.
Join Mr Darryl Kickett, Professor Kim Scott, and Michelle Broun from the WA Museum for the final panel discussion of our Feed Your Mind series for 2020 hosted by Ingrid Cumming.
Take the opportunity to chat to our teaching staff and ask any questions you might have about our MBA program.
A new university rankings system based on one of the world’s most comprehensive databases of university performance has demonstrated the flaws in league tables that rank universities numerically.
Research has found ill-health, both long-term and short-term were likely to lead to earlier shifts from fulltime work to retirement, and also to part-time or self-employment for older Australians.
Curtin wishes to extend its sincere condolences, thoughts and support to those impacted by today’s tragic incident on campus, which claimed the life of one construction worker and injured two others.
Curtin has awarded entrepreneur and philanthropist Kerry Stokes AC an Honorary Doctorate of Science for his significant and sustained contribution to child health research in WA.
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.
Join Professor Michele John from the Sustainable Engineering Group and Associate Professor Wahidul Biswas from the School of Civil and Mechanical Engineering as they discuss sustainable engineering.
Join Professor Steven Tingay and Dr Chenoa Tremblay – who recently scanned 10.35 million stars in the deepest search ever for extraterrestrial technologies – discuss what progress has been made.