From the Vice-Chancellor

Like almost all sectors, higher education has undergone a tremendous amount of change in the last 12 months.

However, we want to reassure you that our commitment to the Curtin student experience – on campus, online and through study trips and internships – is unwavering.

On the night, you’ll hear from me, as well as panels of staff, students and graduates about their experience, what Curtin has to offer and the exciting changes that have been happening at the University.

I look forward to welcoming you.

Professor Harlene Hayne ONZM

Full program

You’ll arrive just before sundown, with a light refreshment served upon your arrival.

You’ll learn about Curtin’s commitment to valuing and celebrating Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander knowledge, culture and heritage, and hear why Curtin is the ideal university for high school students to turn their passion into a meaningful career.

Vice-Chancellor Professor Harlene Hayne will interview a mix of four current students and graduates about their experience and what they love about studying at Curtin.

Staff from across the University will be on hand to answer your questions about Curtin’s academic capabilities, new student accommodation options, wellbeing services and exciting scholarship opportunities for 2022.

You’ll receive further food and refreshments and have the chance to network with Curtin staff and students.

This is an opportunity to ask our speakers any remaining questions you might have.

First-hand experiences

You’ll hear directly from Curtin students and graduates about their experiences and be able to ask staff questions after the event.

Have your questions answered

A panel of Curtin staff will answer your questions about Curtin’s academic experience, accommodation options, wellbeing services and exciting scholarship opportunities for 2022.

Living and learning on campus

Our new Exchange precinct is opening in 2022. With it, students will have the chance to live at the new St Catherine’s College and the UniLodge Halls of Residence, at an affordable price. Learn about what the new accommodation offers and how living on campus can be a life-changing experience.

FAQs

The information session is a free event hosted by Curtin University. You do need to register for the event to receive important information, such as how to get to Curtin or to receive the link to join us online.

This information session will be held at the Elizabeth Jolley Lecture Theatre at Curtin Perth in Bentley. If you’re unsure where to go, please use our campus map upon your arrival.

To get to the theatre, your best option will be to park at the nearby Pi1, Pi2 and Pi3 Yellow Parking bays. Parking will be free.

Alternatively, you can catch a bus to one of our two bus stations: Curtin Bus Station or Curtin Central Bus Station.

When you register, we will send you a link to join the event online. You are not required to download any software and can view the event in your internet browser.

Light refreshments and pizza (meat and vegetarian options) will be available from 7pm.

 

Absolutely. You'll need to go back and modify your existing registration and select the online session.