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Become immersed in Nyungar country

The Centre for Aboriginal Studies is offering students from all courses the exciting opportunity to examine significant historical, cultural and contemporary issues that have shaped and continue to shape the lives of Nyungar people.

The Nyungar On-Country unit is available in the mid-semester break, starting on Monday 11 July. If you study this unit, you'll visit historical sites in the Perth metropolitan region and the town of York, and take part in tutorials focusing on Nyungar perspectives past and present.

It is of particular value if you are studying with the Centre of Aboriginal Studies or the Faculty of Health Sciences, as this unit is relevant to gaining an understanding of how Nyungar culture is perceived in contemporary settings.

The unit is worth 25 credit points, has no prerequisites and can be counted towards your degree.

Please register your interest before Friday 1 July by emailing  

Stressed about exams?

The Examination period can be stressful time, but the Student Wellbeing Advisors at START can help.

Talk to us about your course, study or life issues – it’s never too late to make a plan and improve your wellbeing in life and study.

Advisors can help you stay on track as well as help you find other academic help and support resources.

Contact a START Student Wellbeing Advisor today!

Do you have an idea or innovation that could become a high growth business?

Curtin Ignition is an intensive, one week entrepreneurial education program for aspiring entrepreneurs, academics and corporate innovators to trial and then prepare business ideas for the commercial environment.

Curtin Ignition is for founders of an early stage business and anyone with an idea for a new product or service. You will also need a passion for developing that idea into a real business proposition.

During Curtin Ignition you will;

Scholarships are available and full criteria can be found on the Curtin Growth Ignition Scholarships page.

Ready to apply?
You can apply now on the Ignition website.

Alternatively, if you would like further information please join us at one of the following Information Sessions. Please click on the dates to RSVP, you will receive location details upon registration.

23rd June 4.30 - 5.30pm - Landgate Session @ Bloom
29th June 11.30 - 12.30pm - 140 William Street, Perth
7th July 9.30 - 10.30am - The Hybrid, 935 Wanneroo Road
15th July 12 - 1pm - Curtin Centre for Entrepreneurship
21st July 12 - 1pm - Curtin Centre for Entrepreneurship
27th July 9.30 - 10.30am - Curtin Centre for Entrepreneurship.


Say Hello to Online Print Recharge

The University is pleased to announce that it has moved to a new online recharge model for student printing that will be accessible through OASIS.

Online recharge will replace the current use of aging coin and note or EFTPOS machines situated around campus. The online model means that you will be able to recharge your account faster and from anywhere with an internet connection.

Please note, there will be some coin and note machines remaining at strategic points on Bentley campus to ease transition.

Students and staff can access more information about the new online recharge system on the OASIS help webpage.  

Building 410 Coming Soon

Building 410 is a new transformative learning and teaching building, located at the north end of the Academic Heart of the Bentley Campus, adjacent to Westfarmers Court and Building 408.

This 5 level building will provide a range of state of the art centrally allocated collaborative learning spaces and learning studios. Curtin Medical School offices are located here, as well as some of the clinical learning spaces that the School will be using, in addition to a range of facilities across the campus.

Building 410 also offers a range of exciting indoor and outdoor informal learning spaces to explore and use.

With the building on target to open shortly, and timetabled for classes in Semester2, please refer to the orientation video on the Properties Building 410 Project Overview, which introduces the new amenities available.

Confirmed building opening dates will be advised on the Properties, Facilities and Development website.  

Attitudes and Use of 'Study Drugs' by Tertiary Students in WA (Prize Draw)

You're invited to participate in a survey about substances some WA tertiary students use to help them study. The Survey is being conducted by National Drug Research Institute at Curtin University.

To be eligible you must be aged 18-29 years, and be enrolled as a student at a WA university or TAFE.

It's confidential and you don't have to have used 'study drugs' in order to be eligible to participate.

Participants who complete the online survey can enter a prize draw as acknowledgment of their contribution to the project.

This study has been approved by the Curtin Human Research Ethics Committee (HR200/2015).

We anticipate the survey will close on 31/07/2016.

To find out more and participate, click visit the Study Drugs Survey webpage.  

Greater Curtin Road Naming Survey Now Open

The Greater Curtin Master Plan will see significant development to the Bentley campus including the construction of new roads. We're now at a stage where we can propose a naming convention and specific road names and we would love your input.

This is a really exciting opportunity for Curtin students to influence WA's first innovation precinct.

Please visit the Greater Curtin Road Naming Survey to have your say. The survey closes on 24 June 2016.

More information on can be found on the Properties website.  

eVALUate 2016 Semester 1 survey is now open. Complete it for your chance to win cash prizes!

From Monday 16 May to Sunday 3 July, you can complete and submit anonymous feedback on your units and teachers via Curtin's 2016 Semester 1 eVALUate Survey. Access the online survey, which can be located at the "reminders" section or the "my studies" tab in OASIS.

Once you have submitted your survey, you will go into the draw for a chance to win one of the cash prizes: one $100 cash prize to be drawn weekly for the first six weeks, and the grand prize of $1000 to be drawn at the end of the survey.

For more information see the frequently asked questions webpage or contact the eVALUate staff for help!