Curtin Health Science hosts free online info session this Thursday



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Curtin Health Sciences is hosting a free webinar:

Thursday 5 June 2014 @ 8pm (Ontario)

REGISTER NOW for this free webinar and join us on the night of the event to watch and chat live with William Liew.

Join William Liew from the Faculty of Health Sciences at Curtin Universityto discuss the graduate entry Health Science programs in the areas of:

  • physiotherapy
  • occupational therapy
  • pharmacy
  • speech pathology

Curtin University – Western Australia’s largest university. …

Why study Physiotherapy at Robert Gordon University in Scotland?



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Join an online information session with RGU to learn about Robert Gordon University’s School of Physiotherapy:

  •  EVENT:  Free live online live information session with RGU School of Physiotherapy
  • DATE:  Wednesday 4 June 2014
  • TIME:  4pm (Ontario)
  • PRESENTER:  Julie Jones, Physiotherapy Lecturer 

This webinar will include topics in:

  • Physiotherapy School program details
  • University details
  • Entry requirements
  • Application procedures
  • Important dates and deadlines
  • Location
  • Finances

REGISTER NOW 

And then tune back in the day and time of event to participate. …

Gandhi’s grandaughter remembers Mandela at Curtin University, Perth Australia



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A young girl raised her hand and asked “What is it like being Gandhi’s granddaughter?”

Ms Gandhi laughed and replied, “I feel very privileged to have been born in this family.

“I am just a normal person and I started small, it all depends on the passion that you have.”

Discrimination and oppression existed in all forms; races were segregated, social classes were divided and extreme poverty was the norm for the majority, …

$3 million to Curtin University’s Health Care Clinics



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Curtin University Health Science students work with leading health practitioners and gain industry experience with a health science degree. Curtin University educates more health professionals than any other university in Western Australia.

Popular Curtin Health Science programs for Canadian students include:

Master of Health Information Management
Master of Nursing Practice
Master of Occupational Therapy
Master of Physiotherapy
Master of Speech Pathology

Now there is even more reason for Canadian students to study Health Sciences at Curtin University… …

Curtin launches new MBA Global with no work experience



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Interested in studying an MBA in Australia?  Don’t have the work experience that most MBA’s require?

 

Curtin University has just launched a new MBA( global). Course duration is 2 years and NO WORK EXPERIENCE is required.

Students can be from any discipline. The 2 years course duration as well qualify the student to stay in Australia after completing their studies. I am not sure whether you are aware of the post study work rights. …

New MBA (Global) offered at Curtin University starting February 2014



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New MBA (Global) open for 2014 enrolment

Curtin Business School’?s new Master of Business Administration (Global) is now open for enrolments for the 2014 first semester intake. 

Moving away from the mass lecture model, the course focuses strongly on work-integrated learning and global business and can be taken directly after completing a bachelor degree.

Head of the CBS School of Management Professor Kandy Dayaram said the course delivery style is intended to create a highly interactive and innovative learning experience, …

Curtin webinar talks about Curtin Physiotherapy School



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Last night, Curtin University hosted the Curtin Health Sciences webinar with KOM Consultants.

Great information was given on the Curtin Health Science programs such as Physiotherapy and Speech Pathology. We wanted to thank William Liew from the Faculty of Health Sciences for taking the time to host the webinar.

If you missed the live broadcast, check out the recorded webinar version on the KOM website. …

Curtin’s School of Speech Pathology involved with Brain-training Games



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Research to determine effectiveness of brain-training games

Curtin University researchers are seeking participants across Australia for a study examining the effectiveness of on-line computer brain training games designed to improve cognitive function through regular use.

The Great Australian Brain-Training Challenge is a research project being carried out by Curtin’s School of Psychology and Speech Pathology.

Dr Frank Baughman, School of Psychology and Speech Pathology Lecturer and lead researcher in the project, …

Why Physiotherapy at Curtin University?



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  • More than 55 years experience underpins Curtin’s internationally recognised and challenging, yet very rewarding physiotherapy courses.
  • These courses are taught by highly qualified staff with excellent clinical and research capabilities, in world-class facilities.
  • The School makes innovative use of web technology for staff and student communication and to integrate student feedback into continual course improvement.

This program starts in January and is 2.33 years in length.

In this graduate-entry Master course a series of coursework units will provide you with foundation knowledge in a range of specialist and practical areas. …

Curtin University collaborates in Website to assist with Pain Managment



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Curtin University has collaborated with the Department of Health (WA) on a new website, launched today, designed to help people manage chronic musculoskeletal pain.

Associate Professor Helen Slater from Curtin’s School of Physiotherapy, said the painHEALTH website is the first of its kind in Australia and has the potential to help the estimated one in five Australians who suffer from chronic (also known as persistent) musculoskeletal pain. …