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Our dedication to education, research and global industry connections is internationally recognised. Curtin ranked amongst the top 50 universities under the age of 50 in the QS World University Ranking 2014-15, the only Western Australian university to make the list, and was also awarded five stars overall in the international QS Stars ratings 2014. In the prestigious 2014 Academic Ranking of World Universities, Curtin was placed highly in the 301-400 band, which places the university in the top two per cent of universities worldwide. Curtin is one of only two Western Australian universities and one of only 19 Australian universities to be featured in the rankings.
Curtin was founded in Perth, Western Australia, in 1986, taking its name from the influential and widely respected former Australian Prime Minister, John Curtin. The university continues to embrace Curtin’s philosophy to “look ever forward”, instilling a culture of innovation which inspires staff and students.
With multiple campuses, including Malaysia, Singapore, Sydney and Perth, partnerships with more than 90 universities worldwide and an on-campus English Centre, you could spend a semester abroad, immerse yourself in a new culture or improve your English skills. The English Centre has excellent facilities, a range of student services and dedicated staff to help students who want to improve their English language skills. At Curtin, learning is hands-on, interactive and life-changing. You will graduate with the kind of innovative thinking that can help change lives, minds and the world.
The main campus in Perth is easy to get to on public transport and very multicultural. There is a variety of on- and off-campus housing options, innovative learning spaces and a range of support services to help you enjoy life and succeed in your studies.