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If you didn’t catch all the live sessions, or just want a recap, you can watch the session videos.
Year 12 and parent webinar
This session is your chance to learn more about undergraduate study from our admissions, scholarships and future student team. Our student ambassadors share their university experience and insights about life at Curtin.
WA regional and interstate webinar
Thinking of moving to Perth? In this session, we cover details on housing, support and scholarships available to you. Plus, our regional student ambassador share their experience of studying at Curtin.
Postgradute student webinar
The world and the way we work has changed, and there has never been a better time to invest in yourself and your future. If you’re thinking of pursuing further study, learn more about how studying at Curtin can help you take the next step.
Videos coming soon
Mature-age student session
There has never been a better time to invest in your future. If you’re thinking of changing your career direction or seeking offical qualification for your experience, join this session to see how Curtin can help you take the next step.
Why study at Curtin?
Top 1% in the world
The current Academic Ranking of World Universities again ranks Curtin in the top 1% of universities in the world.
WA’s most sought-after graduates
Curtin University has again outranked all public universities in Western Australia for undergraduate outcomes in full-time employment and starting salary, in the Good Universities Guide 2022.
A five-star university
The Good Universities Guide continues to award Curtin five-star ratings in numerous areas, including: student demand, teaching quality, and learning resources.
Change is here.
Our students and graduates are leading change around the world. Come and be part of the change.
Speaking up for justice
Filmmaker Marcus Wong is a Curtin alumnus who uses his visual media skills to advocate for marginalised communities. Following his degree, Marcus travelled to Africa and helped raise awareness of violence against women in Ethiopia.
Helping infant health in PNG
Midwife Sara David is a Curtin alumnus who founded a charity, Living Child Inc, to improve the outcomes of mothers and babies in remote villages of Papua New Guinea. In 2020, Sara was recognised in the Australia Day Honours List for her achievements.
Creating change with a camera
After a soul-searching experience as a teenager appearing before the Children’s Court, Fintan Roberts decided to study law at Curtin. He is now a criminal lawyer who advocates for access to justice, and speaks up for those who feel disempowered in the criminal justice system.