Our Learning Centre provides free workshops and online programs to help you improve your study skills and develop your academic writing. There are workshops on referencing and how to avoid plagiarism, as well as programs on time management and critical thinking.
Our Careers, Employment & Leadership Centre can help you develop your skills in public speaking, project management and self-awareness through a combination of workshops, online training and practical experiences.
There’s a range of services and programs available to help you decide what you’ll do after university. You can access career resources, get advice on job applications, or meet with a Career Development Consultant to discuss your future.
Curtin runs a variety of mentoring programs to assist you throughout your studies, including support for new students, Indigenous students, postgraduates and students with a disability or health condition.
If you’re studying online with us, find the help you need with our dedicated range of online support services.
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