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The Faculty of Business and Law has a range of clinics and innovative learning and teaching spaces, designed to enhance our students’ study experience.

What’s more, they’re equipped with the same technology that students will be using in their workplaces upon graduation.

Students sitting in management HQ infront of a wall of screens

Management HQ

This cutting-edge facility simulates real-world corporate decision making and is inspired by neuroscience and space ergonomics.

It uses the latest technology to create an immersive learning environment, designed to help students visualise and assimilate data, formulate strategies, and engage in strategic decision-making, and high-performance teamwork.

Marketing student standing in front of data screens in the agency

The Agency

Located in Wesfarmers Court at Curtin Perth, The Agency lets students experience first-hand how brands can monitor their online presence using social media analytics.

The Agency gives business students and professionals the opportunity to track online trends in real time and carry out social media marketing analytics for actual events and campaigns in a technology-rich environment.

Row of desks inside the trading room facing main screens

Trading Room

The Curtin Business School (CBS) Trading Room is a valuable learning tool for both undergraduate and postgraduate business students.

Equipped with industry standard trading and financial analysis software, the facility provides students, staff and industry professionals with access to real-world technology and historic financial data.

Two students testing products inside the consumer research lab

Consumer Research Lab

The Consumer Research lab enables students and companies to conduct market research using biometric methods, including mobile devices capable of tracking consumers’ cognitive, attitudinal, affective, and behavioural responses in real-time.