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Events for future students

We hold events for people interested in studying at Curtin.

  • Engage with industry and gain access to dynamic conversations and critical dialogues about key concepts and big ideas surrounding creativity in the 21st century, design thinking and design jobs of the future.

  • This evening will provide you with an opportunity to ask any questions you might have about studying Commerce. You will also have the chance to experience The Agency, our newest facility for students.

  • More dates

    The Curtin Centre for Entrepreneurship (C4E) are running a number of FREE information sessions. You will learn how Curtin Growth Business Owners have developed new skills to prepare and plan for future business challenges.

Campus events

There are always lots of things happening around campus.

  • Get a free student-led pre-exercise screening for readiness to exercise, and an assessment of cardiorespiratory fitness. All fitness levels welcome. No running required, but come dressed to move!

  • Learn how to create your very own sustainable garden! Meet some amazing people and learn more than you can imagine. Limited places, so register now.

  • Curtin University‚Äôs Centre for Entrepreneurship is looking for people with ideas and innovations that could become a high growth business and founders of early stage growth businesses to join Ignition, an intensive entrepreneurial education program that develops commercialisation skills.

Academic calendar

  • eVALUate student feedback survey open

  • Study Week

  • First semester examinations

Student support

Student support

Events to support students include careers workshops and counselling programs.

Events for Alumni

Curtin alumni

We organise a range of events for Curtin alumni around the world.

Park'd at Curtin

One of the food vans, part of Park'd Food Trucks at CUrtin.

A range of food trucks and performers liven up the campus each week.


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