More than 12,000 students from 120 different countries have now graduated from Curtin College, as the University marks the 21st anniversary of its partnership agreement with Navitas.
By Yasmine Phillips | Graduations; Student News
It can be tough to make friends in a new environment, so check out these tips from current students on how they’ve made friends while at university!
By Jaeger Wieland | Student Featured; Student News
The Job-Ready Graduates Package proposed in June this year has recently been approved in the senate. As such, publication of 2021 tuition fees has been delayed.
By Arun Raj | Student fees; Student OASIS
The Job-Ready Graduates Package was recently announced on 19 June. Further information about these changes will be communicated and published to all affected students once legislation has passed.
By Jaimi Baile | Student fees
Drop off non-perishable food items and essential items for students’ facing financial hardship at the foyer of Building 101.
By Arun Raj | Student News; Student OASIS
Five Curtin social media accounts you should be following to enhance your Curtin experience.
By Stefan Manuk | Student News
Two Curtin STEM students invested their summer holiday time by undertaking industry internships and solving real-world challenges.
By Zoe Taylor | Campus and community; Research; Science and technology; Student News; IT and computing | Leave a comment
The Go Global Expo that was scheduled for Wednesday 18 March has now been postponed to a later date in Semester 2, 2020. Look out for updates next semester.
By Arun Raj | Kiosk; Student News
The Australian government is introducing a combined cap on the amount you can borrow to cover the cost of your tuition fees, find out more about these changes and how they may affect you.
By Jaeger Wieland | Student fees; Student OASIS
Curtin University last night hosted the third annual Autism Academy for Software Quality Assurance (AASQA) Awards.
By Lucien Wilkinson | General; Graduations; Student News; Science and Engineering