We acknowledge all First Nations of this place we call Australia and we recognise the many nations who have looked after Country for more than 60,000 years. We are honoured and grateful to have the privilege to maintain campuses operating in Boorloo (Perth) and Karlkurla (Kalgoorlie) in Western Australia. We pay our respects to all Elders past and present, as Custodians and Owners of these lands. We recognise their deep knowledge, and their cultural, spiritual and educational practices and we aspire to learn and teach in partnership with them. We also acknowledge First Nations peoples connected to Curtin’s global campuses. We are committed to working in partnership with Custodians and Owners to strengthen and embed First Nations’ voices and perspectives in our decision making, now and into the future.
Being at university isn’t just about studying – it’s also about getting involved with events, programs and clubs. As well as all the experiences you’ll have access to as a Curtin student, you’ll also have opportunities to participate in a range of activities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander studentsLearn more
Curtin offer a range of scholarships for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students, such as the Moorditj Yorga Scholarship Program. We encourage you to apply to help you thrive during your studies.Learn more
We are hiring Sessional Academics in Indigenous Health, apply now!
Apply now to become a sessional academic to teach into our Indigenous Cultures and Health Behaviours unit delivered through Population of Health, Curtin University.
Applicants will have:
A bachelor's degree in a health-related discipline OR relevant experience in health.
Prior experience working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
Please send your expression of interest and CV/ resume to
Unit Coordinator Dr Leanda Mason
Enabling and Undergraduate Courses
Want to gain access to a University pathway? Apply now to study an Enabling Course.
Ready to develop your collective skills, knowledge and experience? Apply now for an Undergraduate Course.