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
Celebrating the start-up ecosystem in WA and featuring an incredible line-up of speakers and tech visionaries. Use code WTFCURTIN to get your alumni discount on tickets!
How do we navigate ethical dilemmas at work? Or stand up for our values under pressure? This two-day masterclass will provide you with a practical framework for dealing with ethical dilemmas.
Entrepreneurs are explorers and innovators – but how are they created? We spoke to Curtin graduates and staff on how universities play a key role in the entrepreneurial ecosystem.
After two weeks as an intern at Hunter Communications, Genevieve Howe was told by managing director, Nicole Moody, “when you finish your internship there is a job here for you”.
Innovation Central Perth and the WA Police Force are working together to develop an app that will make it easier to capture and record offenders’ identifying marks, such as tattoos.
Businessperson, philanthropist, mentor and educator, Dr Sandy Chong has been a champion for change ever since she began her higher education journey at Curtin.
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.
Will a robot ever steal your job? Researchers discuss the types of robots that already exist and set the record straight on how robots could impact future workplaces.
Find out how get-rich-quick schemes work, why people continue to fall for them and whether social media will help or hinder these schemes in the future.
What are non-fungible tokens (NFTs) and why have they been selling for millions of dollars online? Associate Professor Vidy Potdar unpacks this mysterious new application of blockchain technology.
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.