Find your course
Explore our study areas
Get the Curtin edge
#1 for graduate employment
Of WA’s public universities, Curtin has the highest rate of graduates finding full-time employment.
Good Universities Guide 2023
A leader in research and innovation
95 per cent of our assessed research is rated at or above world standard.
Excellence in Research Australia 2018
Second in the world for mining
Curtin’s ranked second in the world for mineral and mining engineering.
QSWUR by subject 2023
This is the start of something big
University is a transformational experience that will prepare you for your career and your life. Here’s how some of our students are making the most of their time at Curtin.
How we’re making a difference
Fostering inclusion and positivity
We celebrate diversity and aim to create a welcoming environment where everyone feels they belong. We truly believe university can be for anyone who wants to make a difference.
Protecting our planet
We’re helping address the UN’s global sustainable development goals and solve challenges posed by climate change, resource depletion and other issues, to create a net-zero future.
The power of partnerships is undeniable. Through collaboration with industry, government and First Nations people, we can create meaningful change, solve problems and push the boundaries of human understanding.
Explore our locations
What’s happening at Curtin
From Japanese musical instrument technology to South Korean green energy philosophies and Fijian conservation methods, three Curtin University students will…
Curtin University has announced the winners of the 2023 Research and Engagement Awards. The awards, held on November 28, acknowledge…
A Perth based explosives chemist has received national recognition and financial support for his work in determining the origins of…
A luminary of Australian literature, John Curtin Distinguished Professor Kim Scott has been announced as a 2024 Fellow in the…
Get support with your uni journey Preparing for the next chapter doesn’t always go to plan, but we’re here to…
This initiative is specific to the Faculty of Science and Engineering HDR students. The HDR Writing Hub workshops are focused…
Thinking about applying for a place at Curtin in semester 1 2024, but have a few questions that need answering…
Visit John Curtin Gallery from the 3 November – 10 December 2023 to see Little Treasures & John Stringer Prize…
While the scientific efforts to move to a greener world ramp up, what are the potential benefits of a more…
Riding a wave of renewed popularity, how is mountain biking shaping up as a sport and family adventure?
As one of the world’s rarest mammals, the iconic echidna has developed surprising ways to adapt to a warming climate.
Why are experts turning to cryo-preservation to combat plant extinction threats? Find out in this episode of The Future Of.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander commitment
We are committed to embedding voices and perspectives of First Nations peoples at the forefront of our decision making to create an environment in which everyone thrives.