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.
Curtin follows the WA Government guidelines for COVID-19 health and safety on campus.
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O-Week is designed to help set you up for a successful first semester at uni. If you’re starting at the Curtin Perth campus, don’t miss this fun-filled week of activities and events.
Build your organisation’s profile, share opportunities and meet future talent at Curtin University’s flagship careers event.
This online course aims to provide you with skills needed to plan, implement and evaluate a health promotion program. Learn about relevant health behaviour theories and health promotion frameworks.
Interested in pursuing a Master of Business Administration? Join one of our upcoming MBA information evenings and find out how studying an MBA could advance your career.
Curtin researchers have used ancient crystals from rocks found in Greenland to successfully test the theory that portions of Earth’s crust acted as ‘seeds’ from which later generations of crust grew.
New research highlights that secure digital collaboration important in shift to hybrid environments in education and healthcare
A dynamic alliance led by Cisco and Optus, in partnership with La Trobe and Curtin, has produced a new paper which found that collaborative technology can benefit teams who are working remotely.
Curtin University researchers have uncovered a method of making silicon, found commonly in electronics such as phones, cameras and computers, at room temperature.
Two early career researchers have been awarded prestigious Forrest PhD Scholarships to continue their studies into black holes in the universe and food insecurity.
Join Associate Professor Vidy Potdar from our School of Management and Professor Saurav Dutta from our School of Accounting, as they discuss how widespread cryptocurrencies will be in the future.
Join Dr Madison Magladry and Professor Cecilie Thøgersen-Ntoumani as they discuss how we can build a more positive fitness culture that better supports women’s physical and mental health.
Join Professors Katie Ellis and Mike Kent, from our School of Media, Creative Arts and Social Inquiry as they explore some of the ways people with a disability are being portrayed in the media.
Join Dr Ben Rich & Michael Wieteska as they discuss what makes someone a political extremist, the defining characteristics of left & right & the problems that occur when we label ourselves as either.