Since our inception, we have taken an innovative approach towards teaching and research.

Our campuses are vibrant, welcoming spaces that value diversity and difference, emphasise industry connections and practical learning, have a strong commitment to social justice, and foster a forward-thinking culture for our students, staff and the wider community.

In line with developments in Perth, we are beginning to transform our main Bentley Campus into a cultural hub where members of the community can live, study, work and socialise together as part of the Greater Curtin project.

As we move into our 50 years of innovation, our renewed focus will be on delivering excellence and strengthening our position as a leading global university, according to our vision, mission and values.

Vice Chancellor Professor Deborah Terry

Acknowledging the traditional owners of the land

Curtin welcomes the Nyungar people as the traditional owners of the land on which our main campus is sited.

Our Vice-Chancellor

Professor Deborah Terry AO is an internationally recognised scholar in psychology and has been nationally recognised for distinguished service to education in the tertiary sector.

 


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Our history

Our origins can be traced back to Perth Technical School, which opened in 1900.

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Our reputation

We have a global reputation for excellence in education and research.

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