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For graduates

You join many fellow remarkable graduates, supporters and friends in continuing to create and nurture special relationships with the University and with each other.

There are plenty of opportunities for you to keep contributing to Curtin’s story and mission
– whether through guest speaking, coaching or mentoring students, lending your
expertise to research projects, proudly advocating for Curtin in your home
community, or donating to initiatives close to your heart. 

However you choose to connect with us, we welcome you.

Young Alumni Program

Young Alumni Program

Are you a Curtin graduate aged 35 or under? Working with the Young Alumni Advisory Board, we provide you with exciting initiatives and opportunities to support your social, personal and professional development.

Chapters & networks

Chapters & networks

Continue your friendship with Curtin no matter where you are in the world or what your interests are. Find out more about our volunteer-led chapters and networks and see if there’s one right for you – or start your own!

Recognising our grads

Recognising our grads

We are so proud to showcase our incredible graduates and friends. We love recognising and celebrating your hard work, achievements and invaluable contributions.

Graduate perks

Graduate perks

Did you know that as a graduate you can access a range of benefits and activities to stay engaged with the Curtin community?

Help

Have a question?

We are here to help! Read through our FAQs to find answers to some of the most frequently asked questions.


Yesterday was World Refugee Day.#CurtinGrad Muhammad came to Australia as a refugee and went on to receive a Master of Information Systems and Technology in 2017. He says this would not have been possible without the support of Curtin's Humanitarian Bursary, and that the people who donated to this scholarship changed his life forever."I went from being one of the most vulnerable members of the community to being a positive and productive member of society," he says.Muhammad is now the Director of a successful WA business and hopes to give back to the next generation of Curtin students and refugees.Find out how you can make a difference for people like Muhammad by clicking on the link in our bio.#CurtinGives #scholarship #refugees #worldrefugeeday

Yesterday was World Refugee Day.

#CurtinGrad Muhammad came to Australia as a refugee and went on to receive a Master of Information Systems and Technology in 2017. He says this would not have been possible without the support of Curtin's Humanitarian Bursary, and that the people who donated to this scholarship changed his life forever.

"I went from being one of the most vulnerable members of the community to being a positive and productive member of society," he says.

Muhammad is now the Director of a successful WA business and hopes to give back to the next generation of Curtin students and refugees.

Find out how you can make a difference for people like Muhammad by clicking on the link in our bio.

#CurtinGives #scholarship #refugees #worldrefugeeday
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Thank you Crystal for nominating Dr Dorothy Erickson, last year's Lifetime Achievement Award winner.Dorothy graduated in 1978 with a Bachelor of Arts (Design). She is a beloved artist-jeweller, historian, curator, editor and author committed to documenting and promoting Western Australia’s art, craft and design history.Know an inspirational grad making waves in their communities? Find out how to nominate them for an Award via the link in our bio!#CurtinGrad #AlumniAwards #design #jewellery #author #WA

Thank you Crystal for nominating Dr Dorothy Erickson, last year's Lifetime Achievement Award winner.

Dorothy graduated in 1978 with a Bachelor of Arts (Design). She is a beloved artist-jeweller, historian, curator, editor and author committed to documenting and promoting Western Australia’s art, craft and design history.

Know an inspirational grad making waves in their communities? Find out how to nominate them for an Award via the link in our bio!

#CurtinGrad #AlumniAwards #design #jewellery #author #WA
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We loved listening to #CurtinGrad and acclaimed artist Abdul Abdullah speak on the @betootaadvocate podcast last month! Give it a listen via their page.Abdul is one of Australia’s most internationally sought-after contemporary artists, using paint, photography, video, installation and performance to explore the experience of the ‘other’ in society, and engaging with different marginalised minority groups.He was also an Archibald Prize finalist in 2011, 2013, 2014, 2016 and 2020... Must we say more? 👏Know an inspiring grad like Abdul? Celebrate their achievements by nominating them for an Alumni Award - more info via the link in our bio!#CurtinUniversity #AlumniAwards #podcast #art #artist #archibaldprize

We loved listening to #CurtinGrad and acclaimed artist Abdul Abdullah speak on the @betootaadvocate podcast last month! Give it a listen via their page.

Abdul is one of Australia’s most internationally sought-after contemporary artists, using paint, photography, video, installation and performance to explore the experience of the ‘other’ in society, and engaging with different marginalised minority groups.

He was also an Archibald Prize finalist in 2011, 2013, 2014, 2016 and 2020... Must we say more? 👏

Know an inspiring grad like Abdul? Celebrate their achievements by nominating them for an Alumni Award - more info via the link in our bio!

#CurtinUniversity #AlumniAwards #podcast #art #artist #archibaldprize
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"The thing I liked about the Managing Emotion modules was the fact that it felt applicable; it was relatable. The bite-sized lessons helped remind me that slowing down, focusing on my breathing and gathering myself can make a huge difference."Thank you Rebecca for sharing your experience with our new research-led mental health program. This resource provides relevant and easy-to-apply tools for university students who might be struggling or feeling down.Find out how you can support student mental health today: curtin.edu/nkq41e#CurtinGives #CurtinUniversity #mentalhealth #supportstudents

"The thing I liked about the Managing Emotion modules was the fact that it felt applicable; it was relatable. The bite-sized lessons helped remind me that slowing down, focusing on my breathing and gathering myself can make a huge difference."

Thank you Rebecca for sharing your experience with our new research-led mental health program. This resource provides relevant and easy-to-apply tools for university students who might be struggling or feeling down.

Find out how you can support student mental health today: curtin.edu/nkq41e

#CurtinGives #CurtinUniversity #mentalhealth #supportstudents
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The Curtin Alumni Awards for 2021 are officially open! 🤩 🥳This is a fantastic opportunity to celebrate some of the graduates who are making big changes in our community. Curtin staff member Dr Megan Le Clus (pictured here) has been a long-time supporter of the Awards. She has nominated some of our past winners and says that "the achievements of awardees make me proud to work at Curtin."Find out more about the Alumni Awards via the link in our bio!#CurtinGrad #CurtinUniversity #alumniawards #graduates

The Curtin Alumni Awards for 2021 are officially open! 🤩 🥳

This is a fantastic opportunity to celebrate some of the graduates who are making big changes in our community. Curtin staff member Dr Megan Le Clus (pictured here) has been a long-time supporter of the Awards. She has nominated some of our past winners and says that "the achievements of awardees make me proud to work at Curtin."

Find out more about the Alumni Awards via the link in our bio!

#CurtinGrad #CurtinUniversity #alumniawards #graduates
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We're so proud of #CurtinGrad Jamie Wallis OAM, who was awarded an Order of Australia this year for his service to the mining sector and our railway heritage.'My time at Muresk Agricultural College [now called the Muresk Institute] gave me a solid grounding in farming practices that led to my employment with the Department of Agriculture,' says Jamie.He is most well known for developing the industry-standard Wallis Air Core Drilling System - but since retirement has also ensured the memory and beauty of heritage railway infrastructure is kept alive for all West Australians to enjoy!Check out the ways in which we celebrate our grads via the link in our bio.#CurtinGrad #CurtinUniversity #inspiration #mining #railway #heritage #mureskinstitute #agribusiness

We're so proud of #CurtinGrad Jamie Wallis OAM, who was awarded an Order of Australia this year for his service to the mining sector and our railway heritage.

'My time at Muresk Agricultural College [now called the Muresk Institute] gave me a solid grounding in farming practices that led to my employment with the Department of Agriculture,' says Jamie.

He is most well known for developing the industry-standard Wallis Air Core Drilling System - but since retirement has also ensured the memory and beauty of heritage railway infrastructure is kept alive for all West Australians to enjoy!

Check out the ways in which we celebrate our grads via the link in our bio.

#CurtinGrad #CurtinUniversity #inspiration #mining #railway #heritage #mureskinstitute #agribusiness
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Happy Monday #CurtinGrads! Everyone having a great Reconciliation Week so far? 🥰This week is another opportunity to celebrate the ways in which respectful relationships between Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and the wider Australian community are being built.We had a great podcast recorded recently on the future of land restoration seen through an Aboriginal lens, feauturing our very own Professor Stephen Van Leeuwen (pictured here) - it's a good one! Listen in via the link in our bio.#conservation #reconciliationweek #podcast #Curtinresearch #Aboriginal #Indigenous

Happy Monday #CurtinGrads! Everyone having a great Reconciliation Week so far? 🥰

This week is another opportunity to celebrate the ways in which respectful relationships between Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and the wider Australian community are being built.

We had a great podcast recorded recently on the future of land restoration seen through an Aboriginal lens, feauturing our very own Professor Stephen Van Leeuwen (pictured here) - it's a good one! Listen in via the link in our bio.

#conservation #reconciliationweek #podcast #Curtinresearch #Aboriginal #Indigenous
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