Kalgoorlie is the base of operations for the globally renowned WA School of Mines: Minerals, Energy and Chemical Engineering.
Kalgoorlie is a historic mining town in the Goldfields region of Western Australia about 600 km east of Perth. The town was originally established in 1893 when gold was first discovered there, and today it remains an important centre for the state’s mining industry. Just outside the town is the Super Pit – the second-largest open-pit mine in the country.
Curtin Kalgoorlie is located next to the Central Business District, with student housing a short walk away, providing a focused living and campus atmosphere. The Student Guild is a focus of student activity such as the renowned WASM wombats mining team.
Courses in health sciences, education and commerce can also be studied in Kalgoorlie through flexible study options.