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The Faculty of Humanities is comprised of four schools. Each school has multiple departments which specialise in a wide array of degrees.


  • Why the world needs more project managers

    With the global rise in multi-skilling and multi-tasking, and the explosion of instantly accessible digital planning and tracking tools, who needs a project manager?

  • Curtin graduates present their 'Bespoke' runway show in Beijing


    Seven Curtin fashion graduates joined young talented designers based in the Asia-Pacific region at China Graduate Fashion Week in May.

  • Alumni News: Amiable business a top-end success

    While working in Darwin for contemporary music body MusicNT, Curtin alumna Amy Hetherington met many artists with incredible skills and talents, but noticed a gap in their experience in promoting their work. Equipped with a mass communications degree and a positive attitude, Hetherington made it her goal to fill that gap.


  • Open Day is your chance to explore the Curtin campus, learn about what you can study, speak to lecturers and current students, participate in activities and have lots of fun.

  • Join us to hear renowned authors Liz Byrksi and Dai Fan discuss the passions and interests that drive their writing practices in both fiction and non-fiction. Hosted by our China-Australia Writing Centre in collaboration with The Centre for Stories.

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    Mid-year O-Week will run from Monday 24 July to Friday 28 July 2017 and helps to prepare you for uni life with a range of lectures, info sessions, and fun events.

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    An opportunity for those who've shared in the WAIT and Curtin journey to celebrate what makes our university unique.