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Curtin University

At Curtin, you’ll gain a quality education. We’re recognised for our strengths in teaching and research innovation, which is reflected in our standing as Western Australia’s top public university for undergraduate outcomes in full-time employment and starting salary, as well as staff qualifications in the Good Universities Guide 2022.

Benefit from our far-reaching connections

Beyond Perth, we have campuses in Kalgoorlie, Dubai, Malaysia, Mauritius and Singapore, and partnerships with 80 universities and 90 companies worldwide. These connections will help you graduate with in-demand industry skills and knowledge.

Experience the workplace in class

You'll experience simulated workplaces, so you can step into your chosen career when you graduate. This includes our simulated hospital ward, our social media command centre and trading room. We also promote work-integrated experiences, including industry placements, leadership programs and volunteering opportunities.

Keep up your sports interests

Curtin Stadium is the home of sport and fitness. You can access a main gym, women’s gym, large

group fitness area, indoor cycling studio, sports hall and multi-purpose courts, or join in one of the stadium’s social activities, such as surfing, hip-hop dance, Pilates and kickboxing.

Set your own pace

You'll have flexible study options, such as part-time and online study, to help you manage your time.

Soak in the campus life

If you’re looking for independence when you finish school, consider living on campus. Curtin is abuzz with exciting activities including our Exchange precinct, which offers student accommodation, a hotel, bus port, and retail and food outlets.

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    You can gain admission to Curtin through numerous recognised pathways, including ATAR, Certificate IV, diplomas, portfolio entry and bridging courses.

    If you have completed a Certificate IV or Diploma you could articulate into a wide range of Bachelor degrees at Curtin including commerce, business administration, health sciences and psychology.

    You may also gain credit for recognised learning, which means you may be exempt from studying up to 5 of the 8 units required in the first year of your degree.