Why study with Curtin?
Curtin is ranked in the top 1% of universities worldwide by the Academic Ranking of World Universities 2021.
Best for starting salary
Curtin was ranked highest in WA for graduate starting salary in the Good Universities Guide 2021.
Pair our globally relevant, interactive and practical courses with almost any previous qualification or experience.
Explore our undergraduate courses
Whether your interests lie with the written word, performance arts, fine arts or media, our diverse range of creative arts and communications courses mean you can follow your passion while gaining the skills, knowledge and experience to develop a meaningful career.
View our undergraduate courses and apply:
- Creative Writing*
- Digital and social media
- English and Cultural Studies
- Professional Writing and Publishing
Choose to specialise in two streams from options across media, marketing and business.
* If you don’t meet our entry requirements, find out how portfolio entry could offer a flexible pathway.
Volunteer filmmaker Marcus Wong wins young achievement award
The 22-year-old graduate was lauded for volunteering his filmmaking, photography and design skills to advocate for marginalised communities in Africa, Asia and regional Australia.
Apply now to study at WA’s highest ranked public university for graduate employability.
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With innovation at our heart, advanced facilities and a global community, we’re making positive change happen.
Still WA’s most preferred.
Discover why Curtin is the first preference for more WA students, year after year. Explore our courses and pathways for 2022!
Sophie Carrel, Bachelor of Arts (Professional Writing and Publishing) graduate
Communications is so broad. It includes so many different avenues such as social media, public relations, marketing, content strategy, events and copywriting. As long as you have the foundations, communications allows you to find your niche through different experiences.