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We offer a unique learning experience by combining theory with practical study that goes beyond the classroom and out into real business and industry.
An elite business school
Curtin Business School is recognised as an elite global business school through accreditation by EQUIS, AACSB International and an EFMD Accredited MBA. This means that your business degree will be recognised around the globe.
Our business and law courses offer students the chance to connect with industry and community leaders and gain real-world experience through our internship programs.
Get the most out of your degree by studying abroad through Curtin’s Ghent Summer Law Program in Belgium.
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Find out what’s happening in Curtin business and law, and beyond.
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