Change the future of health

How our students are making a difference

Comforting kids in pain

Jade Ferullo is exploring how tablet computers can distract children undergoing medical procedures.

Facial recognition


Mustafa Atee
 developed an app to assess pain by reading facial expressions.

Sexology centre stage

Jordina Quain combines her background in performance with sexology to educate young people.

Milk Man delivers

Becky White developed an app to engage new dads.

Vital spark

Nikita Walz is investigating the importance of vitamin D in fertility.

Into the music

Amanda Krause understands how music affects your mood.

Choose from our wide range of
postgraduate courses

Mental and therapeutic health services

Clinical Physiotherapy

Occupational Therapy (graduate entry) Register now for our free information evening on 28 June.

Physiotherapy (graduate entry) 

Clinical or Counselling Psychology *CSP

Psychology (Professional) *CSP

Speech Pathology (graduate entry)

 

*Commonwealth supported places (CSP)

Nursing, midwifery and paramedicine

Clinical Nursing

Nursing Practice (graduate entry) *CSP

Nurse Practitioner

Midwifery *CSP

Paramedicine

 

*Commonwealth supported places (CSP)

Pharmacy and medical science

Biomedical Sciences

Clinical Pharmacy

Diabetes

Pharmacy (graduate entry) *CSP

 

*Commonwealth supported places (CSP)

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Research

We are continually exploring innovative solutions to global health problems through our strong links with professional bodies and industry.

Our Graduate Research School is responsible for administration related to HDR student candidature, support and advice on scholarships, training and thesis examination, supervisor registration, and the development of policy and strategy.

Learn more about our areas of research

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Flexible learning

Our flexible study options are designed to help you balance your work, family and study commitments. You can choose to study part-time, online, and in some cases, take evening classes. In 2015, 55 per cent of Curtin’s health sciences postgraduate students chose to study part-time.

See the ways you can study

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Scholarships

Scholarships are part of Curtin's commitment to rewarding academic excellence, supporting research, and enabling students from all backgrounds to realise their potential. Scholarships are more than just financial support, they can enhance your portfolio of achievements.

View our scholarships

Support centre

If you have a question about admissions, courses, events or anything else Curtin-related, we can answer it.

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Future Students Centre

Speak to us in person or call

+61 8 9266 1000

Monday to Friday, 9 am – 4:30 pm

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Information sessions

If you’re mature age, come to one of our information sessions.

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