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Curtin College

Why Curtin College (Australia)?

  • Curtin College offers pre-university and Higher Education Diplomas leading to year 2 of your Curtin Bachelor Degree. You get to study in smaller classes and learn from dedicated tutors who are easily approachable. Students also have access to free support programs to achieve academic success, as we aim to nurture students and make sure they are more than well prepared when they move on to year 2 at Curtin University.
  • In addition to a quality learning environment, enjoy a rich student experience, benefit from access to the university’s facilities, and make friends worldwide! We trust at the College it will be more than just a study institution; it will be a community of close networks you form and the experience of a memorable journey towards successfully getting on track towards your degree.

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Study Options

  1. Agriculture, environment and sustainability
  2. Architecture and construction
  3. Arts and creative industries
  4. Business, management and law
  5. Culture, society and Indigenous
  6. Education
  7. Engineering, mining and related technologies
  8. Health
  9. Information technology
  10. Physical sciences and mathematics

About Curtin University

  1. Practical, internationally recognised courses: Courses have a practical focus, offering you on-the-job experience. You will learn from experienced teaching staff and benefit from exposure to the industry through field trips, internships, practical assignments, guest lecturers and networking events, giving you opportunities for professional learning and increasing your employability.
  2. Strong industry collaboration: Outstanding facilities provide a link for Curtin researchers, industry, government, and the community to work together on many high-impact research projects. These global collaborations drive innovation in key sectors such as business, mining and health and provide you with unique opportunities as a student, with access to real business and research, employer networks and new experiences. Curtin has partnerships with more than 90 institutions worldwide. Industry partners include Alcoa, Alzheimer’s Australia, Bankwest, BHP Billiton, Cancer Council Western Australia, Chevron, CSIRO, Rio Tinto, the Water Corporation and Woodside.
  3. Graduate career-ready and employable: Curtin collaborates with some of the largest companies in Australia and internationally to ensure our research and education is relevant and that you graduate highly employable. In the Good Universities Guide 2017, which assesses the performance of Australian universities, Curtin received a five-star rating (out of five) for learner engagement and skills development.
  4. Broaden your skillset: You cannot learn some skills in the classroom, so Curtin provides free leadership and volunteering programs to help you build interpersonal skills, boost your confidence, and get involved in the community.



  1. Food and Beverages – At least 11 different eateries on the Curtin campus, including cafés, canteens (which serve international foods) and a tavern that regularly stages live music.
  2. Curtin Stadium – Curtin Stadium is a multi-purpose, health, recreation and events facility offering a co-ed gymnasium, ladies studio and group fitness studio with spin room, sports hall and two outdoor volleyball courts.
  3. Health Services – The Health Centre incorporates a doctor’s surgery where students can make appointments with a doctor. Nursing staff are also on hand to assist in treating accidents and injuries that may occur on campus.
  4. Multi-faith Services – Visiting Chaplains from a diversity of religious orientations are active on campus. These include various Christian traditions, including Anglican, Baptist and Roman Catholic and other traditions such as Baha’i, Buddhist and Muslim. In addition, prayer and meditation spaces and a reflection garden are available for people of any faith.
  5. Bookshop – The Co-op runs the Curtin University Bookshop. It stocks a wide range of textbooks, stationery, newspapers, magazines, novels, cards, art material and computer equipment.
  6. Curtin’s five-story Robertson Library is at the centre of the Bentley campus and houses the latest computer systems, information technology and resources.


Curtin’s international expansion and strong research focus have seen the University rise rapidly in international rankings. For example, in the Times Higher Education World University Rankings (2021), Curtin ranks in the 201–250th band – rising two bands in only three years – and ranks 34th in the Young University Rankings (2020).


Building 205 Curtin Bentley Campus, Kent St, Bentley WA 6102 Australia


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