Engage with Curtin
Collaborate with us
Explore a range of innovative collaborative and partnership opportunities designed to make tomorrow better.
Industry and learning partnerships
Business, industry, sports, community and research organisations can work with us through a range of strategic and mutually beneficial collaboration opportunities.
Local and community
Our strength is linked to the strength of our communities and our ability to make tomorrow better. Our mutually beneficial relationships strengthen our community and enhance teaching and learning for our students.
Schools, teachers and advisors
We engage with schools and learning institutions to provide interactive and personalised learning experiences to school communities.
At Curtin, we support a range of initiatives in learning and teaching designed to support student engagement.
The global Curtin alumni community is characterised by their desire to follow their passions, find success and make tomorrow better.
Entrepreneurs and startups
Curtin University has developed a pipeline of support to transform ideas into global businesses with Curtinnovation programs for entrepreneurs and startups.
Research at Curtin
Our push for innovative solutions to real-world problems is achieved through vital links with our research partners.
Western Australians will be transported back in time via virtual reality to gain an insight into the experiences of Stolen Generations survivors as part of a new exhibition at the State Library of WA.
Seven Curtin University researchers have been named among the world’s best, recorded in the latest edition of the Clarivate Analytics Highly Cited Researchers List.
Curtin University has partnered with St Hilda’s Anglican School for Girls to help nurture the next generation of entrepreneurs and build innovation into the School’s curriculum and learning spaces.
Curtin University has recognised the work and service of 17 outstanding staff with the highest academic honour the University can award.
Join Dr Ben Rich and Michael Wieteska from the Curtin School of Media, Creative Arts and Social Inquiry, unpack what makes someone a political extremist and the appeal of political extremist groups.
Join Dr Madison Magladry and Professor Cecilie Thøgersen-Ntoumani to discuss how we can build a more positive fitness culture that better supports women’s physical and mental health.
Join Professor Jill Downie, Deputy Vice-Chancellor Academic at Curtin to discuss the trend towards online study, and whether universities will always have physical campuses.
Join Dr Stephen van Leeuwen and Dr Simon Wilde as they discuss the unique features and creatures of the Australian landscape, and what is required to ensure better land use and land conservation.