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Are you interested in designing a more sustainable future?

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Now is your chance to work on a real-life sustainability challenge with fellow students from other study areas.

By participating in Curtin’s Sustainability Challenge you’ll get the chance to build your professional network, get industry experience, develop your CV, and gain course credit over the mid-semester winter break!

What’s involved? You’ll design solutions towards sustainability challenges with industry partners, academic experts, and other students.

When is the challenge? One week during the mid-semester break, beginning 26 June 2023.

Where? School of Design and Built Environment (Building 418).

Who is eligible? Eligibility for the program is dependent on your study plan and degree structure. Go Practice WORK3004 – the Sustainability Challenge is a 25 credit point elective unit. The program is open to most undergraduate students in their second year or above (must have completed a minimum of 200 credit points) with a Course Weighted Average (CWA) of 65 or above. Selection for the program is based on a competitive expression of interest process.

If you meet the criteria, have space on your study plan for a 25 credit point elective unit, register your interest for the Sustainability Challenge and you will be contacted with more details soon!

Register your interest now.

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