John Curtin was a leader who believed that a great university should ‘look ever forward’. Our policies and governance provide a framework to ensure we honour this ideal.
Our annual reports contain information about our activities, key performance indicators and financial statements.
Academic integrity is fundamental to Curtin’s expectations of its community members.
Compliance and legal
Our policies and procedures help to ensure Curtin University runs as smoothly as possible.
Curtin Master Plan
The Curtin Master Plan outlines a vision for 2030 and aims to deliver in four networks.
Disability Access and Inclusion Plan 2017-2020
Our Disability Access and Inclusion Plan makes Curtin a more accessible and inclusive environment.
Education Services for Overseas Students (ESOS)
The Education Services for Overseas Students (ESOS) Act 2000 protects the interests of international students in Australia.
Curtin University is a body corporate established under the Curtin University Act 1966 (WA).
The Council is the governing body of the University and its powers are set out in the Curtin University Act 1966 (WA).
International sanction compliance
Staff and students engaging in activities with an international connection should be aware of any international sanctions may affect those activities.
Curtin University is a multi-campus university with teaching and research grouped into five study areas.
The Strategic Plan is our guiding document. It identifies who we are, describes where we want to be by 2020, and shows us how we will get there.
Policies and procedures
Policy enables Curtin University to operate efficiently and effectively and maintain consistency throughout the University’s operations. Curtin staff and students are guided by a comprehensive range of policies and procedures to assist with decision-making, operating procedures and communication and help them uphold Curtin’s five core values.