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Our diverse range of courses means you can follow your passion while gaining the skills, knowledge and experience to develop that passion into a meaningful future.

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Global island strategy for a sustainable future

Global island strategy for a sustainable future

Climate change, food security and loss of biodiversity are just some of the critical issues impacting today’s global island communities. As executive director of the Global Island Partnership (GLISPA), Curtin graduate Kate Brown is bringing together island leaders to create a more sustainable future.

From refugee to PhD: Carina Hoang’s remarkable story

From refugee to PhD: Carina Hoang’s remarkable story

Curtin graduate Carina Hoang escaped Vietnam as a refugee at the age of 16. She is now an actress and award-winning author and publisher.

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Geography sparks Brodie Mastrangelo’s interest in bushfire planning

“Curtin had the most interesting geography course. It challenged my thinking and allowed me to develop a more open attitude to new information and approaching problems.”

The future of climate action

The Paris Agreement, which aims to limit the global temperature rise to 2 degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels by the end of the century, came into force three years ago. Since then, there have been some doubts as to whether this target can be achieved and, in response, a global youth movement has emerged to demand more action.

In this episode of The Future Of, Professor Greg Morrison, from the Curtin University Sustainability Policy Institute, gives an overview of the current state of climate action and the role scientists are playing to ‘save the world’.

Laurelle Neugebauer, Bachelor of Arts (International Relations) graduate

The international relations course helps students think broadly about the world we live in and how we can take action towards ensuring a sustainable future for humanity. The course enables students to engage with and understand cultural difference, and develop strong interpersonal and communication skills.

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