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Curtin Open day

What’s on

This is your chance to get a first-hand look at uni life. Here’s what you can expect from Curtin Open Day 2022.

Interactive hubs

Interactive hubs

Get personalised advice around courses, scholarships, admission pathways and applying while also enjoying the various activities, a range of food trucks and live music.

Campus tours

Campus tours

Explore our world-class facilities, on-campus accommodation and new exchange precinct on one of our campus tours.

Information sessions

Information sessions

Learn all about our career-focused courses from our academics and industry leaders. They’ll be ready to answer your questions from course details to career outcomes and work-integrated learning opportunities.

Student Q&A

Student Q&A

Our students will tell you how it is. If you want to know what it’s like to be a Curtin student or where to find the best coffee and food on campus, they’re the people to talk to. They’ll be more than happy to share their experiences and journey with you.

Transforming food waste into skincare

Did you know that one third of the world’s food is wasted and costs the Australian economy around $20 billion each year? Mary and Janelle recognised this environmental challenge and began The Mango Project, a social start-up that takes mangoes destined for landfill and repurposes them into organic skincare products. 

“The program was one of the best parts of my degree and it played a big part in what started The Mango Project. To be surrounded by so many inspiring people … I came back all fired up and wanting to start a business that made a difference.” 

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Bringing awareness to voices unheard

With a mission to serve others, Marcus Wong turned his screen arts, creative advertising and graphic design degree into an opportunity to build awareness for marginalised communities and fight for social justice. 

“Some people think creative advertising and graphic design is all about making pretty posters and pictures, but it’s actually about how you tell a good narrative, and how you learn to empathise and connect with audiences.”

“I never really liked the idea that some people are ‘voiceless’. I think everyone has a voice, but the issue is, we’re not listening. My role as a filmmaker and photographer is to amplify those voices and share their stories to people in places like Australia.”

Read Marcus’ story