Regional campus life
Take a look at what it’s like to live and study in the historic Goldfields town of Kalgoorlie. It is full of life and things to do, and Curtin’s Kalgoorlie campus offers modern accommodation, industry networking opportunities, and an active social club and student guild.
Join in with Wednesday barbeques and dress up parties, chat with members of the mining industry, or unwind with the student wellness program.
Why study regionally?
Study closer to home
Stay connected with your local community while you complete your studies. Our mix of on-campus and online course delivery ensures that study can fit around your lifestyle.
Supported by local industry
Get the best of both worlds, with an exceptional tertiary education experience embedded in regional industry, such as mining and agriculture.
Get the Curtin Edge
Study the same courses offered to all Curtin students and benefit from a high-quality qualification. Studying a Curtin course makes it easy to transfer between campuses if you later decide to relocate for study.
Our Kalgoorlie campus is based in WA’s historic mining region. We offer a range of business, education, health and engineering courses at this location.
Learn agribusiness at the Muresk Institute – WA’s skills hub of modern agriculture.
Study our Indigenous Tertiary Enabling Course via the Geraldton Universities Centre.
Students in Albany are able to access the student support services and campus-style facilities of the Great Southern Universities Centre.
Learn about Curtin study opportunities at the Pilbara Universities Centre in Karratha and Port Hedland.
Access in-person student support and campus-style facilities at the Lumen Wheatbelt network of university centres in Merredin, Narrogin, Wongan Hills and York.