Founded 1967 as Western Australian Institute of Technology, became Curtin University of Technology in 1987, and acquired current name 2010.
- Humanities Department/DivisionFields of study: Anthropology, Architecture, Arts and Humanities, Cultural Studies, Design, Education, Fine Arts, History, Indigenous Studies, Information Sciences, Leisure Studies, Library Science, Modern Languages, Performing Arts, Publishing and Book Trade, Social Sciences, Social Work, Technology, Town Planning, Welfare and Protective Services, Writing
- Science and Engineering Department/Division
- Academic year: 2 semesters, commencing February and July (12 weeks each)
- Requirements: Secondary graduation and demonstrated competence in English, plus attainment of a sufficiently high Tertiary Entrance Rank (TER) or recognized international equivalent. Some courses require specific subjects to have been satisfactorily completed prior to entry
- Students allowance: Co-ed