Why study with Curtin?
Curtin is ranked in the top 1% of Universities, world-wide by the Academic Ranking of World Universities 2020.
Move ever forward
Gain the knowledge you need to take the next step in your career or move in an exciting new direction.
Pair our globally relevant, interactive and practical courses with almost any previous qualification or experience.
Explore our undergraduate courses
Are you passionate about helping others and making tomorrow better? Teachers have the ability to inspire our next generation and help them to fulfil their potential by passing on knowledge, skills, confidence and the ability to develop, grow and learn outside the classroom.
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** If you don’t meet our entry requirements, find out how portfolio entry could offer a flexible pathway.
More than just a degree: Education at Curtin changes lives
From the eye-opening experience of volunteering in Nepal, to the hometown return fulfilling a dream of teaching in the community where you grew up, these are glimpses at truly transformative educational experiences.
Alicia McGrade, Bachelor of Education (Secondary)
“The course provided me with positive experiences and expanded my passion for teaching. I realised that I do not just want to teach in Perth, but internationally. I realised that I did not just want to teach to travel, but I wanted to teach to influence others and inspire others from all walks of life and cultures to reach their own potentials and fulfil their own personal goals.”
From corporate life to the classroom: Cassandra shares her story
Environmental biologist Cassandra Mair swapped corporate life for a big red truck and hit the road, travelling around the state to inspire children with the wonders of science. The experience ignited her passion for teaching and led to her enrolling in the Master of Teaching at Curtin.
Sarah Graves, Bachelor of Education (Primary Education) graduate
I thoroughly enjoyed how the course allowed me to be very creative. Most assessments were designed in a way that I could develop meaningful learning experiences in my own style and consistent with my personal teaching philosophy. I also enjoyed learning about contemporary movements in education.