This Curtin University Scholarship is only for:
Curtin University Scholarship recognizes that you may be impacted by the travel restrictions to Australia due to the Novel Coronavirus and offers you the Starter Support Scholarship to provide financial assistance to support you in those circumstances
Curtin University Student type
- Current Students
- Future Students
- Faculty of Business and Law
- Faculty of Health Sciences
- Faculty of Humanities
- Faculty of Science & Engineering
- Science courses
- Engineering courses
- Western Australian School of Mines (WASM)
- Postgraduate coursework
This scholarship category awards any student commencing in semester 2 2022 who are unable to travel to Western Australia due to border and/or travel restrictions.. All students must be enrolled in a minimum of 50 credits to be eligible. Students enrolled in a full time course load of 100 credit points in Semester 2, 2021 will receive AUD$5,000.
Students who are current or previous recipients of CI Merit/AY12/Alumni & Family/Diplomatic Scholarships or one of the Faculty Scholarships will receive AUD$2,000. All other students will receive a pro-rated amount equivalent to one of the following:
- – Enrolled in 50 credit points AUD$2,000 reduction
- – Enrolled in 75 credit points AUD$3,750 reduction
- – Enrolled in 100 credit points AUD$5,000 reduction
This Curtin University Scholarship is only for:
- Students studying online, outside of Western Australia for Semester 2, 2022 or other applicable study periods commencing in the second-half of 2022.
- Students commencing (and continuing) a full Curtin undergraduate or postgraduate by coursework program
In close proximity to everything Perth has to offer, it boasts 116 hectares of bold architecture nestled amongst beautifully landscaped gardens. Thousands of students fill the campus grounds every day of semester, creating a vibrant, multicultural atmosphere.
Over the past decade, the campus has undergone some major changes, with a variety of stunning modern buildings now interspersed with the original 1960s architecture. The majority of Curtin courses are delivered on this campus.
Curtin Murray Street
Curtin Murray Street, in Perth’s central business district, is home to the Curtin Graduate School of Business and Curtin Law School. located in 78 Murray Street Perth, Western Australia 6000 for Graduate Business Scholl and 57 Murray Street, Perth, Western Australia 6000 fo law school.
Located in a refurbished 1894 building in the heart of the Perth’s central business district, the Curtin Graduate Business School allows for close engagement with the business sector. Offering postgraduate courses in business administration and leadership, the school comes alive at night when students finish their day jobs and migrate to the classroom. Courses run in the evenings and at weekends.
Close by, Curtin Law School allows law students to undertake some of their studies in close proximity to Perth’s law courts. Students can gain practical professional legal skills in the in-house legal clinic where they meet with and prepare advice for small business clients, and can also take part in simulated court proceedings at the high-tech moot court facility situated within the building.
Curtin St Georges Terrace
Curtin 137 St Georges Terrace is housed in the Old Perth Technical College (also known as Perth Technical School).
The new facility offers masterclasses, seminars, bespoke training programs and postgraduate courses, further enhancing Curtin’s engagement with city-based businesses, industry and government.
The distinctive venue is an important addition to Curtin’s growing presence in the city, complementing Curtin 139 St Georges Terrace, as well as the Curtin Graduate School of Business and the Curtin School of Law, which are both located in Murray Street. Each of these buildings boast flexible, modern facilities in charming heritage architecture.
It’s also available as a venue for Curtin staff to host meetings and events that promote engagement and showcase the University to external audiences. This includes prospective students, alumni, business and industry partners, and the general public. Contact the venue for more information.
Curtin 139 St Georges Terrace is housed in Perth’s oldest educational landmark, the Old Perth Boys’ School.
The venue provides exciting opportunities for the University to engage with city-based businesses and industry, as well as re-connect with alumni.
The distinctive venue is an important addition to Curtin’s growing presence in the city, complementing Curtin 137 St Georges Terrace, as well as the Curtin Graduate School of Business and the Curtin School of Law, which are both located in Murray Street. Each of these buildings boast flexible, modern facilities in charming heritage architecture.
The historic mining town of Kalgoorlie is located in the Goldfields region of Western Australia, approximately 600 kilometres east of Perth. The town was established in 1893 when gold was first discovered there, and today it remains an important centre for the state’s mining industry.
Curtin Kalgoorlie is located next to the Central Business District, with student housing a short walk away, providing a strong community atmosphere.
The campus specialises in mining and metallurgy, but also offers courses in health, education and commerce. Flexible study options are available for some of these courses, offering students online and on-campus learning.
As a Curtin Kalgoorlie student, you can access a range of groups and activities, including the WASM Wombats, a mining games team, the WASM Student Guild and WASM Social Club.
The WASM Student Guild supports and represents your needs throughout the year, and also provides a range of student services, clubs and events.
The WASM Social Club is a members-only group that hosts industry and social events for students, and operates the bar located on campus. Joining the club is a great way to make friends and build your networks.
Also located on the campus is the Western Australian School of Mines Minerals Museum, which opened in 1907. It offers a fascinating insight into Kalgoorlie’s mining history, and houses more than 3,000 mineral specimens. The museum is open to the public Monday – Friday 9:00am – 4:30pm.
The three-storey Curtin Midland features contemporary learning spaces and immersive simulation-based environments for health science disciplines. The facility is predominantly used by medicine and allied health students carrying out clinical placement in nearby health facilities.
The campus is well located to strengthen Curtin’s relationship with health services and community agencies in Perth’s eastern region.