Curtin University provides world-class education to over 46,000 students on nine campuses around the world. Our main campus is located in Perth, Australia and is the largest university in Western Australia. Currently ranked in the top one per cent of universities worldwide (Academic Ranking of World Universities 2022), Curtin’s unique multicultural atmosphere means students experience a cross-cultural learning environment and prepares graduates to live and work in an increasingly global environment. In addition, established partnerships with almost 400 educational and professional organizations in over 40 countries give our students opportunities for travel, employment and further study.
Curtin ensures students receive the best possible education by providing the latest in technology and facilities, high quality lecture theatres and state of the art laboratories. Relevant, world-class studies delivered by high-calibre professionals help students turn their passion into rewarding careers. Students may choose from a wide range of practical, applied degrees in business, science, engineering, health sciences and humanities. Flexible study options allow students to design a program that suits their needs.
Courses are linked with corporate businesses, government and the community, and are focused on helping students build practical skills. Curtin’s lecturers and academics have extensive industry experience and many continue to contribute actively to their fields. Coursework for many degrees involve work placements, meaning students can learn by applying their skills in a professional setting.
Research and Alumni
Curtin University prides itself as Western Australia’s most culturally diverse university and is recognized as a leading research institution within the international market. Ranked in the top 30 per cent of Australian universities, Curtin generates a high number of PhD graduates and quality research publications. Our staff and students are involved in over 70 major research institutes and centres, as well as 13 cooperative research centres. We focus on four main areas: Resources & Energy, ICT & Emerging Technologies, Health and Sustainable Development.
Curtin has more than 12, 000 alumni in Singapore, providing a valuable professional network for our graduates. Edmund Seng, President of Curtin University Singapore Chapter, is currently the managing partner of HRM3 Asia. Edmund graduated from Curtin with a Master of Commerce (Economics and Marketing) and Master in Electronic Commerce.