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Semester Two 2016 Final Examination Timetable is now available via your OASIS account

The Semester Two 2016 Final Examination Timetable is now available via the 'My Studies' tab in your OASIS account.  

Considering further study? Come to our Postgrad Expo on 25 October

A postgraduate degree is a great way to get the edge in a competitive job market.

Come along to our Postgrad Expo on Tuesday 25 October 2016 and speak with experts about your options.

Have your questions answered and find out about Curtin’s courses (coursework and research), scholarships, support services, the application process and more.

On the night you can participate in our general panel discussions on the postgraduate experience, where you’ll get a student’s perspective and hear what our current students have to say about postgraduate study at Curtin.

Register now on the Postgrad Expo event page.

For information about disability services at Curtin, please visit the Disability Services website.


Request for participants in research: Student Perceptions of Learning Analytics

Curtin University collects a wide range of data from students (‘big data’) that can provide insights into student learning behaviours, student retention, and student experience. The collecting, analysing and reporting of data on learners with the aim of optimising learning through providing personalised feedback and support is referred to as learning analytics.

The aim of the proposed project is to inform the development and implementation of learning analytics at Curtin University through determining student attitudes toward big data and learning analytics. The results will help inform the University on how to use the big data collected to become a better, more effective place of learning that works to the benefits of students, staff, and community.

We would like to invite you to take part in this research by completing an online survey about your views. By entering the survey you have a chance to win an 32GB iPad mini 4. To take part in this research please complete this short survey.  

The HIVE is looking for motivated undergraduate students to undertake a 10 week internship from November 28 to February with the HIVE and academic supervisors.

Are you an undergraduate student interested in undertaking a paid internship over the summer? Do you have an interest in visualisation, virtual reality, 3D or related technologies? Are you interested in building your skills and connections?

The HIVE is looking for motivated students to undertake a 10 week internship with the Curtin HIVE and academic supervisors. The internships will run from 28 November 2016 to February 2017, with a 2 week break over Christmas. Selected students will receive $6,000 over the course of the internship. Eight internships are on offer. At the end of the internship students will present their work in the HIVE and prepare a report. The projects are aimed at 3rd year or honours students in a range of disciplines, however some projects could also be performed by capable 2nd year students.

The HIVE is Curtin’s impressive visualisation and immersive technologies facility. The four large-scale display systems in the HIVE can be used to turn complex data into powerful images, creating and communicating new knowledge through the tools and techniques of immersive visualisation and simulation.

A broad selection of visualisation-related projects have been proposed by Curtin academic staff from a wide range of disciplines. If you have an interest in visualisation technologies, there is sure to be a project that will spark your imagination.

Interested students should:

  1. Review the internship overview and look at the projects on offer.
  2. Complete the “HIVE Internships Student Application Form
  3. Lodge the completed form to by 31 October 2016.

Key Dates:

For more information, please email

To learn more about the HIVE, please visit:


Are you a 1st year student? Don't miss this great opportunity

Curtin University places great importance on the emotional well-being of its students. For this reason, Curtin is part of the WHO World Mental Health Surveys International College Student Project that asks students across the globe about their university experience. Current Curtin onshore first-year students are encouraged to participate in a large-scale survey on emotional well-being that involves completing a confidential web survey, so that we can learn about your first year at Curtin University.

The survey includes questions regarding your past and current experiences, your physical and mental health.

We will also ask about your pattern of alcohol and drug use, and whether you have ever self-harmed or tried to end your life. The purpose of this study is to gain an understanding of how first year students adjust to university.

The survey will take approximately 20-25 minutes to complete. You can start the survey and come back to finish it any time within one week. Whether you decide to participate or not will have no effect on any other aspect of your experience at Curtin University.

By participating you will be an integral part of a new exciting project that has lots to offer:

  1. Mental health information.You will be offered a referral if we think that you might benefit from speaking to a professional counselor. Of course, it is your personal choice to make use of this referral or not.
  2. You will receive a summary at the end of the semester including feedback on the key study findings. Students that participate again next year will be given a personal report, including feedback on how your responses relate to those of fellow students.
  3. A potential reward. By participating you can win (one of the 30) movie passes that will be raffled Winning students will receive an email at the end of the semester.
  4. Make a difference. For every 1,000 participants we will donate $100 to a preferred charity (up to a total of $500). Your vote will determine how the funds are distributed among: Australian Red Cross, RSPCA, LGBT Foundation, Meals on Wheels and Western Australian Association for Mental Health

The survey is now available

For more information about the survey, please contact:

Glenn Kiekens or A/prof Penelope Hasking at


eVALUate 2016 Semester 2 survey is now open. Complete it for your chance to win cash prizes!

eVALUate 2016 Semester 2 survey is now open in OASIS. Complete it for your chance to win cash prizes!

From Monday 17 October to Sunday 4 December, you can complete and submit anonymous feedback on your units and teachers via Curtin's 2016 Semester 2 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!  

FIRST STEP: Industry Guidance

When you are taking your first tentative steps on your career journey, be they pre or post-study, the best person to provide you advice on what to do next is often the one that is already where you want to be.

There are many benefits of seeking the wisdom of an industry mentor, but sometimes finding the right person to answer your questions is easier said than done.

FIRST STEP: Industry Guidance at Curtin University has been specifically designed for students and recent graduates from Bentley Campus that have burning questions that they would like to ask an experienced professional working in their area of interest.

Based entirely online via an intuitive interface, FIRST STEP has minimal time commitment and puts you directly in touch with industry experts who are waiting to answer your questions.

Simply register your details, search from the list of experts and ask away.

The pool of professionals is continuously updating, so you can log in at any time to refresh your search and find someone new of relevance to you.

Getting the advice you need has never been so easy!

Phone: +61 8 9266 9863


Looking for Student Wellbeing or Housing Services?

Building 103 at the Bentley Campus is getting a facelift! If you need to access the Student Wellbeing Advisory Service or Housing Services, just head to the western end of Building 103, where you’ll find the new temporary entrance facing the Guild main cafeteria.

Just look out for the signs!

Student Wellbeing Advisory Service
The Student Wellbeing Advisory Service is free and confidential. They can assist with a whole range of things including:

You can also still contact Student Wellbeing at, via phone on 1800 244 043, or +61 8 9266 2662 from overseas.

Visit the Student Wellbeing webpage for more information.

Housing Services
Housing Services provides tenancy advice to Curtin Students and staff as well as advice on accommodation options. They can assist with any questions you might have around:

You can also still contact Housing Services at, or via phone on +61 8 9266 4430.

Visit the Housing Services webpage for more information.

Important note: In the event of emergency, especially if any person is in danger, call the Police on 000.