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Study at WA’s top public university for graduate employment

Reasons to choose Curtin

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Many of our degrees are backed by national and international accreditation. Curtin ranks within the top one per cent of universities globally (Academic Ranking of World Universities 2021).

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Graduate outcomes

Curtin ranks first among WA public universities for graduate outcomes and employer satisfaction, and Curtin graduates with a postgraduate degree earned the highest median salaries among their graduate peers in Western Australia (2018 QILT report).

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Industry connections

You’ll have access to leadership programs, internships and clinical placements, giving you a competitive edge in the job market.

Study options

Benefit from expert industry knowledge, real-world insights, flexible study options, including our Not For Degree courses, and a supportive learning environment.

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If you’ve not completed a university degree before, discover our pathways to undergraduate study and explore our wide range of courses in the creative industries, STEM, commerce, law and health.

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Thinking about switching direction or taking your career to the next level? Learn why our postgrads are the highest paid in WA.

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A higher degree by research from Curtin gives you scope to pursue a specialist area in your field, build knowledge in your profession and contribute to important research.

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Honours degrees develop high-level skills related to your chosen discipline area and acquire appropriate analytical research skills.

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Bridging and enabling

If you aspire to study an undergraduate course, but don’t meet the admission criteria, a bridging or enabling course could help you obtain the results you need.

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Professional development

Choose from a range of short courses and workshops designed for business people, educators, entrepreneurs, health workers and other professionals.

Tools and resources

Pathway finder

There’s more than one way to get into a Curtin course. We have several pathways to help you meet admission – use our pathway tool to find your best way to studying with us.

Fees and financial assistance

Find out more about fees and financial support available for your preferred course.


Discover our wide range of scholarships that reward excellence, support research and help students from all backgrounds realise their potential.


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