An innovative, global university, Curtin is known for high-impact research, strong industry partnerships and preparing students for the jobs of the future.
Curtin offers a range of industry-aligned undergraduate and postgraduate courses in business, humanities, health, engineering and related sciences. These are delivered in a variety of study modes, and are increasingly available to study online.
By learning through exposure to research, business and industry, Curtin students gain first hand work experience and graduate with the valuable skills. Curtin is also widely recognised for its practical research that is focused on solving timely, real-world problems. In recent years its research activity has grown significantly, driving Curtin’s rapid rise up the international university rankings.
With nine campus locations including Perth, Sydney, Malaysia and Singapore, Curtin boasts a rich diversity of cultures and a commitment to international engagement.
Curtin has a long-standing focus on indigenous education and culture, supported by its Centre for Aboriginal Studies, which is recognised as a national leader in its field. Curtin has one of the largest indigenous student populations in Australia and was the first university in the nation to sign a Statement of Reconciliation.