Business and Law student voice

At the Faculty of Business and Law, we believe in building authentic partnerships with our students to provide quality learning and teaching, and to enhance the student experience. By offering you the opportunity to have direct involvement in assessing and shaping your experience at Curtin, it will benefit the programs, the faculty and most importantly, our students.

We establish a Student Consultative and other student voice initiatives every semester, where you can share your views and make a genuine contribution to the future. You’ll gain valuable life-long skills in the consultation process; leadership, how to communicate effectively with a diverse cohort of students, all while making a difference.

Undergraduate Consultative Representatives in a committee meeting.
Undergraduate Consultative Representatives in a committee meeting.

Student Consultative Committee

Student Consultative Representatives are responsible for consulting with their peers about specific topics relating to their course, discussing feedback at meetings and having direct involvement in assessing and shaping their experiences at Curtin.

The program runs each semester and Reps may be eligible to receive Curtin Extra recognition.

Get involved

If you are a current Faculty of Business and Law student interested in applying, submit an Expression of Interest or contact us at FBLengagement@curtin.edu.au

Postgraduate Consultative Representatives in a committee meeting.
Postgraduate Consultative Representatives in a committee meeting.
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My role as a Student Consultative Rep allows me to talk to students and gain an insightful and realistic opinion, from a student perspective, on how students feel about their Curtin experience. I have enjoyed this role because I get to meet and work with some AMAZING people, both students and staff. I also love getting to see the changes that are being made just from students voicing their opinions! It’s easy for me to list a change that I have seen the Business School implement, but honestly, the biggest different is being able to be a part of the Curtin Community and help make changes for current and future students to enjoy.”

– Christina Chong,
Bachelor of Commerce (Event Management)