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) 2019.
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 five categories in the 2020 Good Universities Guide, including overall experience, starting salary, teaching quality, learner engagement and learning resources.
Connecting graduates for life
Curtin is proud of its more than 240,000-strong alumni community, connecting graduates across the world.
In year 12 or the parent of a student who’s considering Curtin? Book a guided tour of our Perth campus. Our student ambassador will take you through our facilities and teach you all about Curtin life.
Make your lunch break an interesting one. Join us for a complimentary lunch and a thought-provoking discussion where researchers share their insights into today’s most talked about subjects.
This free community event will allow you to explore the courses offered at Curtin Kalgoorlie, including mining, engineering, commerce, education and health.
Take the opportunity to chat to our teaching staff and ask any questions you might have about our MBA program.
Curtin researcher Professor Simon Wilde welcomes a decision by the Federal Government to preserve an ancient site located in regional WA, which is home to the Earth’s oldest known mineral.
Curtin University researchers have unexpectedly discovered a new way to make crystalline graphite, an essential material used in the making of lithium ion batteries.
Curtin research has recorded the first known appearance of Pseudoanthidium (Immanthidium) repetitum, the African carder bee, in Western Australia.
Heralding a new era for Curtin, its Kalgoorlie Campus will soon house a Rural Health Campus which will boost regional training opportunities for medical and health science students.
Join former WA Premier Professor Geoff Gallop AC and strategic affairs analyst Associate Professor Alexey Muraviev as they discuss leadership on the world stage.
Join Curtin researchers Dr Mingming Cheng and Professor Kirsten Holmes, to discuss the likelihood of travel bubbles, changes to tourism, and how our own travel may evolve in the wake of COVID-19.
Join Curtin Nyungar cultural advisor Mrs Ingrid Cumming and Curtin research Fellow Professor Cheryl Kickett-Tucker to discuss reconciliation and what we can do to bring Australians together as one.
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.