Entrepreneurial, cosmopolitan, practical. Our Faculty of Business and Law exhibits a deeply rooted ‘can do’ attitude, producing graduates who are confident, capable and globally-minded.
An early pioneer in international education, the Faculty prides itself on cultural diversity, and programs are accredited as meeting the highest global standards in six countries. Through business and law, our students, graduates and friends can explore a variety of transformative education, industry and research opportunities.
What’s happening in Business and Law
More than 12,000 students from 120 countries have now graduated from Curtin College, as the University marks the 21st anniversary of its partnership agreement with Navitas.
Curtin University has joined forces with other leading universities to form a research centre to help Australia’s heavy industry sector transition toward zero net-carbon emissions by 2050.
If video killed the radio star, ‘buy now, pay later’ services may be the death of credit cards. But what are the pitfalls of these ‘instant gratification’ schemes?
Curtin University’s Tourism Research Cluster has found that in Western Australia’s Margaret River region, operators have bucked the COVID-19 trends of falling tourism.
Will COVID-19 lockdowns increase the public’s support for refugees and other individuals with restrictions to freedom of movement? Curtin researchers discuss why the right to move is so important.
In the 21st century, universities are constantly evolving. The trend towards online study raises the question of whether universities will always have physical campuses.
What’s the impact of parents sharing content of their children online? And what rights do children have in this space? Curtin researchers discuss “sharenting”.
In 2009, the world’s first online cryptocurrency, Bitcoin, was launched. Now, thousands of cryptocurrencies are in circulation. Curtin researchers discuss how widespread cryptocurrencies will become.
How you can help
Academic Excellence Fund
Give Business and Law students a well-rounded and unforgettable student experience enriched by mentoring programs, internships, research, workshops and seminars, and engagement opportunities with government, corporates and not-for-profit organisations.
Join Pro Vice-Chancellor Professor Nigel de Bussy in supporting the Fund today.