27 February 2020
"Curtin was my dream university since I passed my undergraduate degree. I got to know from an education fair that Curtin is ranked on the top 1% of the world's universities, which attracted me a lot. There, the English Language Bridging Course gave me an opportunity to not only improve myself on academic skills, but also it taught me how to carry out multiple tasks at a time, handling stressful situations. If you're thinking about a career in Curtin University, you are leading yourself along the right path."
30 May 2019
I graduated at quite a young age from high school and I knew I wanted to study something medicine or biology related. However, I didn't want to start medicine just yet because I'm uncertain myself. I saw that Griffith is the only university that we didn't have to choose specific majors during Biomedical Science and keeps it pretty broad, rather 'specialising' only when continuing studies to a higher degree.
04 April 2019
Curtin has a very vibrant campus. The student guild has done an amazing job in creating events as frequently as possible to keep the campus interesting and make it more than just a place to attend classes and go home. The campus itself has a welcoming vibe and makes you want to stick around. I love how there’s a wide variety of foods, both from the campus’s cafés and the plentiful food trucks. Gerry is now working as a Media Developer at Curtin University Faculty of Business and Law.
08 September 2017
"Mary I was a great school to study at for many reasons. The international office was always friendly and ready to help, which made the transition of living in Ireland much easier. Plus, the city of Limerick is a great place to walk around and find fun things to do with friends."
31 March 2017
"Students coming to this University will have the best opportunity to get the best training in the best facilities."
Professor Mark von Itzstein is a Griffith Bachelor of Science graduate who went on to become the Director & Principal Research Leader at the Institute for Glycomics, one of Griffith's remarkable research centres. Professor von Itzstein headed the team that discovered the anti-flu drug Relenza in 1993. It was the first ‘designer’ drug to defeat influenza.
Watch this video to see more.
21 March 2017
"You'll be studying at the largest tourism school in Australia. So we're well placed to offer a whole variety of classroom and outside of classroom experiences to make sure that our graduates can work in the tourism industry successfully." Learn from Charles Arcodia, the Deputy Head of School of Tourism, Sports and Hotel Management, what's it like to study tourism at Griffith.
08 December 2016
"I’m an inquisitive person, I think I was born to be a scientist… I think the most remarkable experience I’ve had in my entire career is to work with young people, and seeing how they mature as the next generation of scientists."
Study Science at Griffith and you can work with the Director of the Institute for Glycomics to combat global disease.
Professor Mark von Itzstein is from Australia and he is the Director & Principal Research Leader at the Institute for Glycomics.