Education, Experience, Adventure....
As Western Australia's largest and most multicultural university Curtin offers a wealth of academic and social opportunities for Reading students based in Perth, a location deemed to be one of the best places in the world to be a student.
Established in 1966 Curtin with over 30,000 students on its main campus, Curtin is a top global university - 27th in QS World University Rankings for Top 50 institutions Under 50 years old, with 18 disciplines noted to be in the world's top 200 (QS World University Rankings). It offers a broad portfolio of disciplines throughout the Arts, Social Sciences, Business and Sciences, combined with fantastic support services all housed on a beautiful campus.
Curtin is multicultural and diverse institution - named the highest ranking university in Australia for LGBTI equality for three years in a row (2013-2015), but also reputed to be the third most culturally diverse and international Australian institution.
Based in Perth there are opportunities for learning, culture and travel. Deemed to be one of the most liveable cities in the world (Economist Intelligence Unit) Perth has as coast-side location with plenty of beaches, parks, social activities not to mention the most sunshine of all of Australia's major cities.
As one of our students noted "… it's pretty spectacular…".
Who can participate?
|All Reading disciplines that allow study abroad|
Minimum 55% average
Reading application deadlines:
Applications to study abroad for 2017/8 and 2016/7 have closed.
|Cost of Living:||Please see Curtin University's Cost of Living webpage.|
NB - Eligible students might be able to recoup costs through Student Finance
- Students must be nominated by the Erasmus & Study Abroad Office before the Curtin will accept any application.
- Students who request to study abroad for a full year when there is a term / semester option available will receive a lower priority than students who choose the term / semester option.
- If there are more students who want to study at Curtin than places available then all of the following will be considered in making decisions regarding the allocation of places:
Capacity constraints at partner institution
- Personal Statement
Spread of subjects
- Subject Study Abroad coordinator comments
Duration of Study Abroad placement
Previous engagement / contact with ESAO