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As Curtin’s oldest articulation partner, DUFE has been in partnership with Curtin since 2002 delivering collaborative learning opportunities for students in accounting.
One of Curtin’s flagship articulation programs in China, Curtin has worked in partnership with Nanjing Audit University since 2004, with both Schools of Accounting working closely to provide opportunities for students.
Curtin has worked in partnership with Jinshen College since 2014, with both Schools of Accounting working closely to deliver collaborative learning opportunities for students in Accounting.
SCNU’s relationship with Curtin commenced in 2008 with the Faculty of Business and Law, and expanded into science and engineering; and design. Curtin’s partnership with SCNU offers many options for pathway programs.
Curtin’s partnership with Yanshan was designed to create international pathways for highly qualified students. The first cohort was welcomed in 2018 in industrial optimisation and postgraduate electrical engineering.
A longstanding partner of Curtin, this partnership has offered collaborative learning opportunities for students in accounting since 2006.
Curtin’s partnership with Mahidol started in 2008 with and has welcomed cohorts across 3 undergraduate programs in science and engineering.
A new but significant partnership for Curtin in China, Curtin’s partnership with WIT offers MOE approved programs in both Mining and Chemical Engineering.
UNDIP boasts a large number of Curtin alumni on their faculty and this has delivered a championed partnership between both institutions. Students have opportunities to undertake a double degree articulation programs, and staff enjoy frequent academic exchange via international conferences, summer school programs, amongst others.
SEAMEO RETRAC helps SEAMEO member countries to identify and tackle challenges of leadership and management in education, and directs its efforts through research, training, consultancy, staff exchanges and fostering regional and international partnerships. Through SEAMEO, Curtin has offered the Master of Arts (Applied Linguistics) program since 2005.