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Why choose Curtin?
At Curtin, we’re engineering the next generation of engineers with the skills, knowledge and individuality to rise to the challenges of tomorrow, today.
Our global reputation
Curtin ranks second in the world for Mineral and Mining Engineering.
QS World University Rankings by Subject 2021
Learn in outstanding facilities
Curtin is home to enviable facilities including our $116 million Resources and Chemistry Precinct and our 5 Star Green Rated Curtin Engineering Pavilion. During your studies you’ll be exposed to a range of industries, potential employers and career paths in industry research.
You can study, learn and work
Our work-integrated learning enable you to apply your knowledge and skills in real work environments during your course.
Hear from our graduates
Mining Engineering professional and Curtin WA School of Mines Alumni, Trent Naylor shares his university experience and the skills he gained studying Mining Engineering at Curtin.
What’s happening at Curtin
Find out what’s happening in Curtin engineering, mining and surveying, and beyond.
Curtin University research has found a simple and affordable method to determine which chemicals and types of metals are best used to store and supply energy.
Curtin University researchers will partner with industry in developing a commercially viable way to turn lupin seed waste into a treatment for high blood glucose.
The Australian Aboriginal Mining Academy has taken another step forward with a new agreement signed in Kalgoorlie today.
Some of India’s brightest postgraduate students will be given the opportunity to study in Australia as part of a new collaborative doctoral degree program.