Progress with a postgraduate degree

Take the next step in your career

A postgraduate degree will give you additional knowledge to advance your career, specialise in a particular area or take your career in a promising new direction.

Career advancers

Career advancers

Curtin’s postgraduate degrees are highly regarded. Not only will studying with us help refine your discipline-specific knowledge and skills – you’ll greatly improve your transferable skills, which are highly sought by employers.

Career changers

Career changers

Some of Curtin’s postgraduate degrees only require a bachelor degree to apply, making it easy for you to change careers if you choose. Our degrees are also designed to help you develop knowledge and skills in new areas, so you won’t feel like you’re starting from scratch.

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Güneş Söğütlüoğlu, Graduate Diploma in Taxation

My degree helped me adapt to the Australian culture and get a foot in the door when I was looking for a new job. My Curtin degree is one of the main pillars of my educational background, which literally supports the entire structure of my career. I’m proud to be a Curtin graduate.

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Simranjeet Kaur, Master of Education

This course has given me a platform to excel professionally in a way that will enable me to be a teacher in any part of the world.

What you can expect

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A global perspective

By taking up the challenge of moving to a new country, you will get out of your comfort zone, broaden your perspective and gain invaluable cross-cultural skills.

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Industry experience

You will benefit from Curtin’s strong links to business and industry, working on real projects and research initiatives, undertaking internships and attending events and networking opportunities.

Tools and resources

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Finish sooner with credit

If you’ve undertaken study or work experience that matches part of your degree, you could reduce your course duration.

Plan your timetable

Once you know which units to study, you can get an idea of your weekly schedule using our timetable tool.

Get qualified in six months

If you can’t commit to a long degree, you could study a graduate certificate or diploma, and graduate within six months to a year.

Accommodation services

If you are moving to Western Australia, you may want to consider your accommodation options.