Curtin is world-ranked for engineering our courses are accredited by engineering bodies in Australia, Malaysia and other countries. Students are ensured of an industry-connected education experience with lots of opportunities for hands-on experience and industry training, so that they are equipped with the knowledge and skills to provide solutions to the global community and are job-ready when they graduate.
We are one of the leading providers of business education in the region, committed to equipping students for thriving careers in tomorrow’s competitive job market. Our business courses are practical and applied, and benefit from direct input from industry leaders. You can choose one or more areas to suit your interests and aspirations, and may have the option to study part of your course overseas.
Our Mass Communication degree lets you tailor your studies to suit your communications career goals. We embrace study that investigates and celebrates digital futures and understands the crucial relevance of the arts and creative industries.
Our students are industry-ready when they graduate and many go on to achieve outstanding success in artistic and media careers.
Our Foundation courses are intensive, focused courses in Arts (Media Studies), Commerce, Engineering and Science streams that are dedicated to developing and preparing students for undergraduate studies. Upon successful completion, they are guaranteed entry to the undergraduate programmes of their choice.
Our postgraduate programmes give students opportunities to develop specialised knowledge within their chosen fields through coursework study or involvement in high-profile research supported by the government and industries. They are purpose-built to enhance your professional skills and knowledge. The courses can be applied to complement your previous experience and enhance your current qualifications.
In line with our vision to be a recognised regional leader in education and research, research at Curtin Malaysia is practical, and both globally and locally relevant. We have strengthened ourselves as a research-intensive university, attracting and retaining iconic scholars to undertake research of national and regional significance, and changing lives in Borneo and regionally through high-impact collaborative research that aims to make tomorrow better.
We continuously ensure that we fulfill the requirements for professional accreditation of our courses at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels. Accreditation is crucial as a measure and testimony of academic quality, and as an assurance to current and potential students, the public, potential employers and the professions that our courses provide our students with the required knowledge and graduate attributes to enter the professions.
Turn your passion into a rewarding career with a Curtin degree.
At Curtin Malaysia, you’ll study a course that’s applied, innovative and grounded in the real world. Find out more about how you can enroll in a course that suits you and will help you graduate with knowledge and skills that are relevant, as well as a degree that’s globally recognised.
As part of our ongoing investment in new generation learning spaces, we have embarked on a refurbishment and expansion plan to transform our learning spaces. We’re adding technology-rich environments that immerse students in their courses like never before. Learning spaces that recreate real workplaces will enhance your studies and help ensure you graduate with the experience you need.
Scholarships are part of Curtin Malaysia’s commitment to rewarding academic excellence, supporting research and enabling students from all backgrounds to realise their potential. There are a number of scholarships and financial aid open to new and enrolled students, including merit-based, needs-based and industry supported.
Curtin Malaysia is more than a place to study. We offer a vibrant and supportive environment where you can get involved in a range of social activities and fun events throughout the year. We offer excellent sporting facilities, student clubs, relaxing spaces to unwind, leadership programmes and volunteering opportunities.
As part of a global university, we have a social responsibility to local and regional communities, advancing the wellbeing of societies, driving universal progress and helping solve communal problems. It is a responsibility that excites students and staff at Curtin Malaysia because of our commitment to service and enriching the communities we serve.
Crocodile Electronic Early Warning System Design Competition
The Curtin Croc Challenge is back! Now open to secondary schools in Sarawak, Sabah and Brunei and with an open category for members of the public. Over RM5,000 in cash prizes to be won.
10am – 5pm, Plaza, Library & Auditorium Complex
Find out more Curtin Croc Challenge 2.0
Be sure to visit the Future Students Hub! Gain first-hand knowledge about courses, scholarships and study loans. Talk to staff, lecturers and current students who can help you make informed decisions about studying at Curtin Malaysia.
10am – 5pm, Recreation & Event Centre (Heron 3)
Interactive exhibits and hands-on learning experiences await visitors at this interesting showcase of our Faculties of Engineering and Science, Business and Humanities and the Curtin Malaysia Graduate School. You stand to receive fun giveaways when you visit the booths!
10am – 5pm, Recreation & Event Centre (Heron 3)
Witness exciting competitions for students and the public organised by our Faculty of Business and Faculty of Humanities throughout the day, including a business quiz and trivia challenge.
Don’t miss the finals of this exciting online video game competition featuring DOTA 2, FIFA and League of Legends. Co-organised by the Faculty of Engineering and Science and Curtin E-Sports Club, it’s an opportunity for gamers to showcase their skills and a platform to promote the engineering and technology behind video games.
10am – 5pm, The Auditorium
If you’re a potential student visiting us on Open Day, be sure to join our guided tours of the campus. You’ll be able to check out our labs, teaching facilities, library and more!
10am – 5pm, Future Students Hub, Recreation & Event Centre (Heron 3)
You needn’t go hungry or thirsty on Open Day! Indulge in an eclectic range of food and beverages at stalls run by student clubs, staff, local hotels and food outlets. All food and beverages will be reasonably priced.
To ensure visitors have a really fun day, there’ll be live entertainment including musical performances and talent shows at the main stage throughout the day!
Pick up an interesting trinket, try your hand at handicrafts, find out about a local business enterprise, or participate in a fun game at stalls run by our students and local businesses.
Every year, we take the opportunity to highlight local charitable and community causes on Open Day. Learn more about the charities and NGOs that’ll be represented at this showcase.
10am – 5pm, Harry Perkins Lecture Theatre Foyer (Falcon 1)
|HERON 1 (John Curtin Building)|
|HERON 2 (Lance Twomey Building)|
|HERON 3 (Recreation & Event Centre)|
|FALCON 1 (Harry Perkins Lecture Theatre)|
|LIBRARY & AUDITORIUM COMPLEX|
|AZMAN ISLAMIC CENTRE|