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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Curtin research has found urgent action is needed to ensure human-generated underwater noise in Australian waters does not escalate to levels which could be harmful to marine animals, such as whales.
Astronomers have discovered a pulsar—a dense and rapidly spinning neutron star sending radio waves into the cosmos—using a low-frequency radio telescope in outback Australia.
New research led by Curtin University has revealed how radar satellites can improve the ability to detect, monitor, prepare for natural disasters in Australia including bushfires and floods.
Curtin University research in partnership with the Raine Study has cast doubt on the popular belief that having a slumped posture while seated can lead to neck pain.
Join snake wrangler and wildlife ecologist Damian Lettoof as he unpacks the crucial role snakes play in regulating food populations and why the health of many top tier predator snakes are in decline.
Join Professor Penelope Hasking, the President of the International Society for the Study of Self-Injury as she debunks misconceptions about self-injury.
Join gender and sexuality expert Misty Farquar from the Curtin University Centre for Human Rights Education. The three delve deep into gender diversity, inclusivity and the right age to transition.
Join Associate Professor Debbie Silvester-Dean to discuss hazardous gases in our homes and workplaces, and how research will drive innovation in the detection of hazardous substances.