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First aid mental health - Marlene Lim - play video4 mins 59 secs

First aid mental health - Marlene Lim

You might know how to provide first aid to someone with a physical injury, but would you know how to assist someone with a mental illness? With one in five Australians suffering from mental illness in any given year, mental health first aid is a valuable skill to have. Curtin pharmacy alumna and lecturer Marlene Lim shares her expertise on the topic.

#Expert talks
Photoshop hacks with an art director and muralist - Dipesh Prasad - play video4 mins 16 secs

Photoshop hacks with an art director and muralist - Dipesh Prasad

Dipesh ‘Peche’ Prasad is a Perth-based graphic designer and visual artist. In this session, he’ll share some expert Photoshop tips and hacks.

#Arts and creative industries #Expert talks
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Personal branding - Dr Katharina Wolf and Bridget Tombleson

Everyone has a personal brand. Your brand is reflected in the unique combination of skills and experiences that essentially make you, you. Join Katharina Wolf and Bridget Tombleson to learn how you can shape your own personal brand to differentiate yourself from the crowd.

#Expert talks
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Thriving at university with Maggie Dent

Maggie Dent is an author, educator, parenting & resilience specialist. Learn about the transition from high school to university with practical tips on how to support your young adult through their journey at university.

#Expert talks
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Showing up authentically - Julian Pace, Happiness Co.

Being authentic means behaving in ways that show your true self and how you feel. We were moulded as children by our family, society and environments to "fit in." As a result, we developed beliefs, thoughts, emotions and behaviours that keep us acting in the ways we were taught to act - not in the ways that make us feel like our authentic selves. Julian Pace will share the tools and methodology he has used to show up authentically.

#Health #Expert talks
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Creating a sustainable career

Our career journey is no longer linear, and as such, we need to be adaptable and open to the idea of holding multiple jobs over our lifetime. This means not just honing our technical skills, but honing a whole range of other skills and behaviours that enable us to maximise our employability, no matter what the future of work throws at us. Presented by Professor Julia Richardson and Dr Jane Coffey from the School of Management.

#Expert talks
Connect with law - play video10 mins 45 secs

Connect with law

Curtin’s Bachelor of Laws will give you a strong foundation in the essential areas of legal knowledge and the opportunity to choose optional units to tailor your degree to suit your career interests. Hear about our extensive industry connections, our city campus in the heart of Perth's legal district and our world-class teaching academics and facilities, including the John Curtin Law Clinic, where you can work with real clients on real cases.

#Business, management and law
Connect with business and law - play video3 mins 45 secs

Connect with business and law

Behind great professionals are great degrees. The Faculty of Business and Law offers a wide range of courses with plenty of opportunities to connect with industry and gain international exposure.

Experience teaching excellence and learn in our innovative facilities that use state-of-the-art technology, and in our clinics that expose you to real clients.

#Business, management and law
Connect with design - play video10 mins 10 secs

Connect with design

Joel Louie explains the Bachelor of Design, the study opportunities available, and where the degree could lead you.

#Arts and creative industries
Connect with education - play video4 mins 54 secs

Connect with education

Dr Madeleine Dobson discusses Curtin’s Education degrees including the Bachelor of Education and the Bachelor of Educational Studies, the study opportunities available, and where these degrees could lead you.

#Education
Connect with creative arts and communications - play video7 mins 26 secs

Connect with creative arts and communications

Dr Stuart Bender talks about the Bachelor of Creative Arts and Bachelor of Communications, the study opportunities available, and where these degrees could lead you. Curtin students talk about their experiences.

#Arts and creative industries
Connect with architecture and the build environment - play video6 mins 39 secs

Connect with architecture and built environment

Dr Tanja Glusac talks about Curtin’s courses in the field of architecture and built environment, including the Bachelor of Applied Science and the Bachelor Urban and Regional Planning (formerly the Bachelor of Arts), the study opportunities available, and where these degrees could lead you.

#Architecture and construction
Connect with social sciences and languages - play video6 mins 39 secs

Connect with social sciences and languages

Dr Bri McKenzie presents Curtin’s courses across social sciences and languages, the study opportunities available, and where these degrees could lead you.

#Culture, society and indigenous
Launch your career with the Faculty of Humanities - play video6 mins 12 secs

Launch your career with the Faculty of Humanities

Stuart Hunter, Career Development Consultant shares his top tips to choose a humanities course and how to make the most of your time at Curtin. Learn about the industry opportunities you'll have to help launch your career and how we'll support you throughout your degree.

#Architecture and construction #Arts and creative industries #Culture, society and indigenous #Education
Connect with engineering - play video7 mins 26 secs

Connect with engineering

Hear about our Bachelor of Engineering, which offers a variety of engineering speciality options, industry work experience, high-tech learning spaces, a vibrant campus life and a solid foundation in modern engineering concepts.

#Engineering, mining and related technologies
Connect with science - play video3 mins 31 secs

Connect with science

Learn how a Bachelor of Science from Curtin can help you discover a whole new world. You'll learn how to apply your studies to real industry challenges and situations, and have opportunities to work in environments where research and discovery abound.

#Physical science and mathematics
Engineering Foundation Year - play video4 mins 40 secs

Engineering Foundation Year

Hear about the Engineering Foundation Year, where you’ll study the fundamental concepts and develop the required skills common to all areas of engineering. Take a look inside the purpose-built First Year Studios that promote the concept of learning by doing.

#Engineering, mining and related technologies
Connect with computing and technology - play video6 mins 34 secs

Connect with computing and technology

Learn about how you can match your computer career aspirations with study options in systems and networking, cyber security and software engineering, programming and data science.

#Information technology
The science and engineering student experience - play video5 mins 51 secs

The science and engineering student experience

Find out about how studying at the Curtin Faculty of Science and Engineering will give you more than just a degree. Your learning experience will be professional, interactive, connected and future focused, going far beyond the classroom. We will support you in becoming the change maker of tomorrow.

#Engineering, mining and related technologies #Information technology #Physical science and mathematics
A day in the life of an engineering student - play video3 mins 19 secs

A day in the life of an engineering student

Find out about how studying at the Curtin Faculty of Science and Engineering will give you more than just a degree. Your learning experience will be professional, interactive, connected and future focused, going far beyond the classroom. We will support you in becoming the change maker of tomorrow.

#Engineering, mining and related technologies
A day in the life of a science student - play video3 mins 23 secs

A day in the life of a science student

Hear from Curtin science student, Tyrone, about how he was able to tailor his degree to suit his goals, where he spends his time studying and his favourite spots on campus for food, study and to take a break with friends.

#Physical science and mathematics
STEM like a girl - play video23 mins 34 secs

STEM like a girl

Inspiring the next generation of female engineers. Hear the stories of international female engineering students and alumni and learn how they are excelling in their careers.

#Engineering, mining and related technologies #Information technology #International #Physical science and mathematics
Why a camel is better than a unicorn: modern entrepreneurship - play video18 mins 59 secs

Why a camel is better than a unicorn: modern entrepreneurship

The COVID-19 crisis has brought unprecedented challenges to business owners and leaders. Today's Q&A session with esteemed panellists will explore why, in the face of uncertainty, camel startups are better set up for success than the oft-sought-after unicorn.

#Business, management and law #International
Hear from our students | Curtin Go Global - play video16 mins 11 secs

Hear from our students | Curtin Go Global

Explore the global opportunities Curtin has to offer and hear from students about their international adventures while gaining credit toward their Curtin degree.

#International #Student support
Safety and security on campus - play video2 mins 39 secs

Safety and security on campus

The Safer Community Team is here to ensure you feel safe at Curtin. Find out how their job extends beyond the boundaries of patrolling the Curtin campus.

#International #Student support
Curtin English information session - play video8 mins 23 secs

Curtin English information session

Curtin English is your pathway into Curtin if you don't meet the English language requirements for your course. Curtin English is more than just English, as it provides you with the ability to succeed in both academic and everyday situations. Our courses are interactive, engaging and currently offered online, so you can study from anywhere around the world. In this session, we will talk about the different pathway options Curtin English offers and we'll share what students have to say about their Curtin English experience.

#International #Student support
Unravelling the origins of the Solar System - play video21 mins 56 secs

Unravelling the origins of the Solar System

Join the Space Science and Technology Centre – the largest planetary research group in the southern hemisphere – as we share the excitement and adventure of blue-sky science and engineering. Take a peek at a freshly found meteorite and learn more about our sandwich-sized spacecraft that took off in August 2021!

#Expert talks #Physical science and mathematics
Admission requirements - play video1 min 24 secs

Admission requirements

We have made applying to Curtin simple. We'll take you through the admissions requirements you will need to meet, in order to start your journey with us here at Curtin.

#Student support
Course prerequisites - what you need to do - play video1 min 14 secs

Course prerequisites - what you need to do

At Curtin a number of our courses have specific subject pre-requites that you need to meet on top of the standard academic and English requirements. We'll give you the run down on what you need to do to get started.

#Student support
Scholarship application process - simple steps - play video1 min 28 secs

Scholarship application process - simple steps

We've made the application process for Curtin Scholarships simple. Check out the range of opportunities that might be available to you.

#Student support
The Quick Flick Founder, Iris Smit | Curtin Alumni Innovator - play video2 mins 9 secs

The Quick Flick Founder, Iris Smit | Curtin Alumni Innovator

Meet Interior Architecture graduate Iris Smit, who, at the age of 23, built a multi-million dollar enterprise with an innovative cosmetic product! The founder of The Quick Flick winged eyeliner stamp talks about her fresh approach to cosmetics design and marketing, and the role her Curtin studies played in her success.

#Business, management and law
How to pursue a successful career in Creative Arts | Kate Mulvany - play video2 mins 51 secs

How to pursue a successful career in Creative Arts - Kate Mulvany

Curtin alumna, award winning actor, playwright and director, Kate Mulvany, shares real advice on how to pursue a career in the creative arts.

#Arts and creative industries
The perception of news credibility with Miriam Gichomo - play video1 min 59 secs

The perception of news credibility with Miriam Gichomo

Curtin PhD student Miriam Gichomo is conducting research into the credibility of news, measuring how trustworthy the news is perceived by consumers. Miriam conducted a survey targeting people aged 18 and above to capture their attitudes toward news. Miriam hopes her research will make journalists aware of how sensationalised news affects the public, and to inspire more caution in how news is presented.

#Arts and creative industries
Scientific visualisation using immerseive VR with Dewi Ungu - play video1 min 48 sec

Scientific visualisation using immerseive VR with Dewi Ungu

Curtin PhD student Dewi Ungu is conducting research in immersive virtual reality as a teaching tool for students of molecular chemistry. Dewi’s interest in combining science and VR was sparked by watching sci-fi movies. Dewi conducts her research by observing how students interact with immersive VR and interviewing them about their learning experience to compare the benefits of VR with more traditional tools.

#Engineering, mining and related technologies #Physical science and mathematics
3D printing and congential heart disease with Ivan Lau - play video1 min 50 secs

3D printing and congential heart disease with Ivan Lau

Curtin PhD student Ivan Lau is researching the benefits of 3D printing heart models for planning congenital heart disease surgeries. Congenital heart disease is common in newborns and includes any heart abnormality present at birth. The current approach for planning these surgeries is to use digital reconstructions of the heart. Ivan uses CT scans and ultrasounds to generate a file to print the personalised heart models.

#Health
Changing and dynamic nature of work demands with Belinda Cham - play video1 min 59 secs

Changing and dynamic nature of work demands with Belinda Cham

Curtin PhD student Belinda Cham studies how people perform in extreme work environments at Curtin University’s Future of Work Institute. While Belinda was doing applied research for Australian Defence she discovered a lot of interesting but unanswered questions. Extreme work environments can include jobs that are complex, confined, or isolated for long durations. Belinda’s research aims to unpack the factors that help people endure under these conditions.

#Business, management and law
Health of Tiger Snakes in Urban Wetlands with Damian Lettoof - play video1 min 54 secs

Health of Tiger Snakes in Urban Wetlands with Damian Lettoof

Curtin PhD student Damian Lettoof is conducting research on tiger snakes and the effect of pollution in wetlands on their health. In the field, Damian takes measurements and samples, and then releases the snakes back in the wetlands.

#Physical science and mathematics
Creating a mentoring program for adults with autism with Julia Tan - play video1 min 52 secs

Creating a mentoring program for adults with autism with Julia Tan

Curtin PhD student Julia Tang is developing online mentoring programs for adults with autism to help them navigate social and emotional situations. Julia uses eye tracking technology to carry out her research. Julia has developed a program called MindChip, which uses teleconferencing technology to connect participants with mentors.

#Health
VITooLs: learning difficult concepts in pharmacology - play video1 min 32 secs

VITooLs: learning difficult concepts in pharmacology

VITooLs is a virtual reality training platform that simulates real-world scenarios, to help learners grasp complex concepts and practices. It provides teachers with the ability to scaffold learning material, whereby learning materials from different areas and levels of a course can be incorporated into one simulation.

#Health
Mobile app using marks, scars and tattoos to identify suspects - play video1 min 7 secs

Mobile app using marks, scars and tattoos to identify suspects

To improve efficiency in intelligence gathering, a Curtin team has proposed a new mobile app that can help law enforcement officers identify offenders quickly just from their marks, scars and tattoos.

#Business, management and law #Engineering, mining and related technologies
EarBuddy: treating children with chronic ear infections - play video1 min 33 secs

EarBuddy: treating children with chronic ear infections

EarBuddy is an inexpensive, non-invasive device that drains the middle ear fluid in children with chronic ear infections, avoiding the need for surgery.

#Engineering, mining and related technologies #Health
Exploring textile construction with Jessica Priemus - play video1 min 59 secs

Exploring textile construction with Jessica Priemus

Curtin PhD student Jessica Priemus is conducting research into textiles, and how cloth can tell the story of its own production. Jessica’s research began at a women’s cooperative in Bangladesh, where she studied how woven cloth was produced. After weaving her own experimental cloth samples, Jessica interviewed people in both Bangladesh and Perth to gauge their level of knowledge in textiles.

#Arts and creative industries
Scholarship opportunities for 2022 - play video1 min 47 secs

Scholarship opportunities for 2022

We have a number of scholarships that recognise and reward high achieving students, as well as a range of scholarships that assist students who require financial support. Explore what we have available for 2022.

#Student support
A few minutes with Georgia Kerr - play video3 mins 11 secs

Grad chats: A few minutes with Georgia Kerr

A few minutes with Curtin Alumna Georgia Kerr.

#Engineering, mining and related technologies
A few minutes with Claire Nichols - play video4 mins 39 secs

Grad chats: A few minutes with Claire Nichols

A few minutes with Curtin Alumna Claire Nichols.

#Arts and creative industries
A few minutes with Arylene Westlake-Jennings - play video3 mins 19 secs

Grad chats: A few minutes with Arylene Westlake-Jennings

A few minutes with Curtin Alumna Arylene Westlake-Jennings.

#Arts and creative industries
A few minutes with Lidia Sakarapani - play video4 mins 21 secs

Grad chats: A few minutes with Lidia Sakarapani

A few minutes with Curtin Alumna Lidia Sakarapani.

#Business, management and law #Culture, society and indigenous
Grad chats: A few minutes with Collette Swindells - play video5 mins 37 secs

Grad chats: A few minutes with Collette Swindells

A few minutes with Curtin Alumna Collette Swindells.

#Arts and creative industries #Business, management and law
A few minutes with Reece Wheadon - play video4 mins 14 secs

Grad chats: A few minutes with Reece Wheadon

A few minutes with Curtin Alumnus Reece Wheadon.

#Business, management and law
A few minutes with Manish Jhowry - play video6 mins and 3 secs

Grad chats: A few minutes with Manish Jhowry

A few minutes with Curtin Alumnus Manish Jhowry.

#Business, management and law #International
A few minutes with Daniel Busan - play video3 mins 47 secs

Grad chats: A few minutes with Daniel Busan

A few minutes with Curtin Alumnus Daniel Busan.

#Engineering, mining and related technologies #Physical science and mathematics
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Discover our Accounting Major

Become a qualified accountant, capable of working in dynamic business environments around the world.

#Business, management and law
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Business Information Systems Major

Businesses rely on information systems to obtain, process and output information. They need professionals who can analyse and identify any issues, and propose the best systems solution.

#Business, management and law
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Business Law Major

Businesses work with laws every day in entering contracts, acquiring business assets, leasing premises and hiring staff. Knowledge of business law is critical to complying with legal requirements and identifying and managing legal risk.

#Business, management and law
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Hear from a Business Law student

Businesses work with laws every day in entering contracts, acquiring business assets, leasing premises and hiring staff. Knowledge of business law is critical to complying with legal requirements and identifying and managing legal risk.

#Business, management and law
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Economics Major

Economists study the world around them, analyse shifts in global policy and monitor industry and global trends. They are an integral part of public and private sector decision-making.

#Business, management and law
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Discover our Finance Major

Finance and banking professionals use analytical knowledge and skills to help clients find financial solutions, start new businesses or expand existing ones. They work in corporate finance, financial markets, managed funds and superannuation, or in retail banking and private wealth management. The Finance major gives you a broad understanding of the structure and operations of financial markets. You’ll learn about investment evaluation and how to make decisions on funding activities and disbursement of profits. You’ll also examine the role of financial markets.

#Business, management and law
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Why should you study Financial Planning at Curtin?

Interested in a career in financial planning? Curtin’s Finance and Financial Planning double major is the only FASEA approved degree in Western Australia, and was one of the first programs in Australia to get this approval.

#Business, management and law
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Human Resource Management Major

Human resource management (HRM) is about maximising employee and organisational performance and wellbeing. An organisation’s HRM strategy helps the company meet its overarching strategic goals.

#Business, management and law
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Discover our Management Major

Management knowledge and skills are valued and needed in small-to-medium enterprises, not-for profit organisations, large corporations and government, both locally and globally. This major focuses on the key challenges facing managers today and in the future. You’ll learn skills in problem-solving, decision-making, critical thinking, communicating with people and handling budgets.

#Business, management and law
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Hear from a Marketing student

Marketing is used to differentiate products and services in the marketplace, effectively communicate with a target audience and develop strategies that maximise consumer value, sales and profits.

#Business, management and law
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Discover our Property Major

An excellent qualification to hold whatever your chosen career path in property. Skilled property professionals are involved in property development, valuation, investment, analysis, and residential and commercial real estate sales. Our Property major will develop your skills in economics, law, construction and finance to deliver the knowledge required for a career in property.

#Business, management and law
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Discover our Taxation Major

Understand taxation laws in detail and graduate able to practice in Australia and overseas. The Taxation major provides in-depth understanding of taxation laws and practice in Australia and overseas. You’ll specialise in areas such as income tax, goods and services tax, fringe benefits tax, international tax, tax administration, tax implications of tax structures and state taxes.

#Business, management and law
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Discover our Tourism and Hospitality Major

Become an effective manager in the tourism and hospitality sector in Australia or overseas. Tourism and hospitality are rapidly growing industries offering career paths in areas such as tourism development, event and festival organisation and hotel resort management. Employers in this field need staff who enjoy travelling, meeting new people and sharing their experiences with others.

#Business, management and law
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The business and law student experience: Launch your career

Hannah Wilkinson presents Curtin’s business and law student experience, transitioning into uni, programs, internships, exchanges, clubs and more.

#Business, management and law
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Connect with business and commerce

Hannah Wilkinson presents Curtin’s courses across business and commerce, the study opportunities available, and where these degrees could lead you.

#Business, management and law
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Connect with physiotherapy

Dr Penny Moss presents Curtin’s physiotherapy courses, the study opportunities available, and where these degrees could lead you.
Discover Curtin courses: study.curtin.edu.au

#Health
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Connect with occupational therapy

Julie Brayshaw presents Curtin’s occupational therapy courses, the study opportunities available, and where these degrees could lead you.
Discover Curtin courses: study.curtin.edu.au

#Health
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Connect with exercise and sport science

Drs Carly Brade and Kagan Ducker presents Curtin’s exercise and sport science courses, the study opportunities available, and where these degrees could lead you.
Discover Curtin courses: study.curtin.edu.au

#Health
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Connect with social work

Robin Shortland-Jones presents Curtin’s social work courses, the study opportunities available, and where these degrees could lead you.
Discover Curtin courses: study.curtin.edu.au

#Health
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Connect with Creative Arts and Communication

Dr Stuart Bender presents Curtin’s courses across creative arts and communication, the study opportunities available, and where these degrees could lead you.
Discover Curtin courses: study.curtin.edu.au

#Arts and creative industries
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Connect with Architecture and Built Environment

Dr Tanja Glusac presents Curtin’s courses across architecture and built environment, the study opportunities available, and where these degrees could lead you.
Discover Curtin courses: study.curtin.edu.au

#Architecture and construction
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Connect with Design

Jonathan Pillai presents Curtin’s courses across design, the study opportunities available, and where these degrees could lead you.
Discover Curtin courses: study.curtin.edu.au

#Arts and creative industries
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Connect with Social Sciences and Languages

Dr Donna Butorac presents Curtin’s courses across social sciences and languages, the study opportunities available, and where these degrees could lead you.
Discover Curtin courses: study.curtin.edu.au

#Culture, society and indigenous
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A few minutes with Curtin Alumna Annika Htun

Born and raised in Myanmar, Annika’s passion for helping her community developed from a young age. While studying, Annika became the President of Curtin Volunteers! and led student volunteer teams on various programs and projects to help indigenous, local and rural communities. She was also an advocate for teenage suicide prevention via John Curtin Leadership Academy.

#Student support #Expert talks
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A few minutes with Curtin Alumna Jess Clark

Jess Clark currently the Graphic Designer at Optus Stadium (VenuesLive) where she is I am responsible for the creative execution of all print, digital, web and press artworks across the organisation. Jess is also the Brand Manager at her family’s small business - Treerings Australia. Treerings are compact fertiliser rings, made from recycled-waste materials. Jess is helping to brand and market Treerings formally & professionally, so they can be accessible on shelves in nurseries across Australia.

#Student support #Expert talks
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A few minutes with Curtin Alumnus Nero Levinson

Nero’s passion is to use technology and innovation to make the world a better place. His experience in technology solutions, has seen him manage innovation initiatives relating to Augmented Reality, Machine Learning, Internet of Things, Robotic Process Automation, drones, wearables.

#Student support #Expert talks
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A few minutes with Curtin Alumna Nova Garnier

Finding the balance between, life, work, and everything in between, Nova decided to start her own business whilst working full-time. In 2021, Milk Crate Creative was born, to assist entrepreneurs to build their online presence through social media platforms and website design.

#Student support #Expert talks
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Medicine Information Session

The Medicine Information Session covers why Curtin’s unique Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) may be for you. You’ll hear from Curtin Medical School experts who’ll share their top tips on submitting a competitive application. You’ll also have a chance to ask our panel your questions.

#Health

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