Curtin University

Curtin University was first formed in 1966 as the Western Australian Institute of Technology, but it has since evolved into a public research university in Australia (WAIT). In 1987, when it was granted university status, the institution’s name was changed to Curtin University of Technology. In 2011, it was officially rebranded as Curtin University. Because John Curtin, who served as Prime Minister of Australia from 1941 until 1945, passed away while in office, the university is named after him.

It is generally agreed upon that Curtin University, which has locations in both Bentley and Perth, is Western Australia’s most prestigious institution for providing a multicultural education. If you graduate from Curtin College with a diploma, you may be eligible for advanced standing into the second year of the bachelor’s degree program that you are currently enrolled in at Curtin University. This institution is ranked among the top one percent of all schools in the world. Curtin is well-known for its innovative research and ground-breaking discoveries, its solid collaborations with local industries, and its drive to ensure that its graduates are well-equipped to succeed in the workforce. All of these factors contribute to Curtin’s reputation for excellence. The Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency, which is the government agency in charge of ensuring that institutions maintain high standards of education, has given its stamp of approval (TEQSA).