The Faculty of Business and Law comprises of Curtin Law School and Curtin Business School; which ranks in the top ten business schools across Australia.
Curtin Business School
Curtin Business School (CBS) develops globally-minded, career-capable graduates and advances responsible, evidence-based business practices through innovation in education, research and engagement.
Curtin Law School
Curtin Law School aims to provide a transformative legal education, professionally focussed, aimed at producing law graduates capable of judgement based on ethical and professional standards, deep discipline knowledge, international perspectives, and a strong understanding of the Rule of Law.
Curtin Business School (CBS) and Curtin Law School work closely with industry to enrich the educational experience of our students and contribute to research and development on a local, national and global scale. To achieve this, we have developed strategic alliances with industry, as well as innovative products and facilities, to engage students and foster development within the community.
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