How postgrad can benefit you!
Not only does postgraduate study refine course specific knowledge and skills, but it has also been shown to greatly improve the transferable skills and qualities sought by employers. It can also help you boost your salary or employment prospects, upgrade your skills and knowledge, and progress or change your career.How a postgraduate degree can help you.
Our flexible study options can help you broaden your career.
Curtin offers a number of flexible study options to help you manage your time. Many of our courses are offered at the beginning of every semester so you can choose to start your postgraduate course when it is most convenient for you. There are also options to study part-time or online, meaning you will have extra time to maintain your work-life-study balance.Find out about our flexible study options.
Be recognised for your current work experience.
Credit for Recognised Learning (CRL) is submitted along with your application, or once you have been accepted. It may be granted to applicants based on prior studies or qualifications completed from recognised educational institutions or relevant professional work/life experience.Apply for CRL
If you have a question that’s not listed above, please contact Curtin Connect Future Students and one of our team members will be able to assist.
View our full range of postgraduate courses
Find out more about our postgraduate courses available from semester 1, 2022.
View our full range of courses by study area below to find out more and how to apply.
Science and mathematics are at the heart of new discoveries, inventions and technology.
Immediately implement what is learned in the classroom at work the next day
Michael Chan, Design Engineer (City of Melville)
The things I most appreciated about this degree were the networking opportunities I got with people from diverse professional and cultural backgrounds, the practical experience the lecturers brought into the classroom, and the curriculum of the course which filled the knowledge gap between the engineering and business practices.
Doing my postgraduate degree and working full-time at the same time was very practical in the sense that I could ‘immediately’ implement what I learned in the classroom back at work the next day.