Three reasons to study a Curtin postgrad business degree
Flexible study options
You can choose to study our postgraduate courses full-time or part-time, giving you the flexibility to organise your study around other commitments such as work or family. You could even graduate in as little as six months with a graduate certificate.
#1 in WA for graduate employment
Our postgraduate students in the study area of Business and Management have the highest median salaries in WA, earning an average of $120,000 per annum1.
Curtin offers a range of financial support for postgraduate study.
Three things to know when planning your next career move
Whatever your age or level of experience, it’s inevitable that at some stage in your life you’ll question where your career is heading. Professor Julia Richardson believes there is no one-size-fits-all solution, and suggests you develop your own strategies centred around three ‘career knowings’.
Earn a future-focused qualification in only six months
A Graduate Certificate can give you specialist knowledge in an area in your field, or become the cornerstone of a fresh new career.
Applications for mid-year are now open
There has never been a better time to invest in yourself and your future. Applying is easy – just follow the steps to join us in semester two 2021.
There’s a range of financial assistance available to Curtin students to help cover the costs associated with university study, like student loans, scholarships or even employer funded sponsorships. Curtin also offers financial services to you once you enrol, and can support you with budget planning and information on course costs.
Finish sooner with credit
If you’ve undertaken study or work experience that matches part of your degree, you could reduce your course duration.