Careers

Choosing to study a postgraduate degree at Curtin can mean opening up multiple possibilities for your professional life. Perhaps you are seeking to change careers or want to upskill to progress to the next level.

Whatever you are seeking, Curtin offers a range of opportunities for postgraduates, created to fit in around your busy schedule. Our courses are delivered with flexible study options so you can study full time, part time or online. All courses are designed to be relevant to today’s professionals, so you graduate with practical knowledge and skills.

Why Curtin for postgraduate?

A postgraduate degree from Curtin means relevant qualifications, delivered in engaging and innovative ways. Curtin is transforming towards technology-rich environments that immerse you in your course like never before. Learning spaces that recreate real workplaces will enhance your studies and help ensure you graduate with the experience you need.

Join bright minds in your industry and create valuable connections through networking opportunities, whilst gaining the support you need to make the next step in your career. Curtin Careers, Employment & Leadership runs workshops to help you develop your career skills and provides support to connect you with employers.

If you are considering a higher degree by research, visit the Graduate Research School for more information.

How can I find out more?

Get help deciding on the best degree for you, the courses available and find a study option to suit your current and future career goals.

Open Day

If you didn’t study your undergraduate degree at Curtin, Open Day is your opportunity to become familiar with the campus. Held in August every year, Open Day is your opportunity to find out more about the courses, campus and the facilities.

Postgraduate Expo

The Postgraduate Expo is held twice a year and gives you an opportunity to speak directly to university experts about your study options, available scholarships and your career opportunities.

 

Have any questions about courses, admission criteria, alternative pathways or anything else Curtin related? We can answer it.