Curtin University is internationally ranked in the top 300 universities, with seven campuses across the Asia-Pacific region. Curtin's main campus is the largest and most multicultural university in Western Australia, and has the third largest international student population in Australia. Curtin's courses are constantly evolving to meet the demand for industry-reading graduates, and students may choose courses from the science, engineering, business, health sciences and humanities faculties.
Curtin is recognised nationally and internationally for excellence in education and research. Accordingly, extensive grants have been given to Curtin in recent years to build facilities and conduct research utilising some of the most advanced technologies in the world. Students have access to innovative advancements in research and development in areas such as engineering, health, physical and theoretical science, astronomy, information technology, sustainability and business development.
The University is widely recognised for the practical and applied nature of its courses, which equip graduates with essential skills through exposure to industry and business, and our research, which focuses on solving real world problems. This combination enables Curtin graduates to be effective in the workplace immediately upon graduation.