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.
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Standing in the Children’s Court, Fintan Roberts felt overwhelmed by shame and regret. It was late 2014 and he was facing a charge of disorderly behaviour in a public place after a night out in Perth.
Innovation Central Perth (ICP) based at Curtin University has partnered with Perth Angels and South West Angels to connect early career researchers with a community of start-up investors in WA.
Climate change will have a substantial impact on global food production and health if no action is taken by consumers, food industries, government and international bodies, new research has found.
In the world of business, the MBA is the degree de rigueur for directors and CEOs around the globe. Typically, an MBA requires applicants to hold a three-year bachelor degree, but times are changing.
Hosted by the Young Alumni Advisory Board, this series explores a range of new and exciting topics, while creating a community of sharing opportunities for graduates aged 35 and under.
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