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Postgrad Expo

  • 25 October 2022
  • 5pm to 7.30pm
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  • Date 25 October 2022
  • Time 5pm to 7.30pm
  • Location Curtin Perth
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Looking to advance your career, change your career entirely, or embark on a research program? Find out how to future-proof your career with a postgraduate course.  

At Curtin University’s Postgrad Expo, you can chat with staff to get tailored course information and application advice, and have the chance to expand your industry connections.  

You’ll hear from guest speakers about the latest industry trends and learn strategies to help you determine your next career move if you’re feeling stuck.  

By the end of the expo, you’ll feel confident in making the right choices for you and will walk away with a thorough understanding of how postgraduate study can help you advance or change your career.  

Keynote speakers

Dr Katherine Iscoe

Dr Katherine Iscoe

Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Advanced Human Imaging Limited

Dr Katherine Iscoe is a motivational speaker and the CEO of a smartphone-based human scanning technology company, Advanced Human Imaging. Dr Iscoe encourages clients, particularly women, to find their potential in the workplace without losing their compassionate edge. 

Professor Mark Griffin

Professor Mark Griffin

Director of the Future of Work Institute (FOWI)

Mark Griffin is Director of the Future of Work Institute at Curtin University, Western Australia. He can show you which skills you can develop now to make a difference in the workforce, create new opportunities, build connections and lead change.

Travel tips and attendance

We recommend parking in either the PD1 Yellow Parking zone or the PB1 Green Parking zone.

COVID-19 control measures

Curtin University maintains COVID-19 control measures including high-frequency cleaning, hygiene, ventilation and physical distancing protocols.