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A GLOBAL NETWORK Curtin Business School’s thriving alumni network is made up of 72,000 graduates from more than 70 different countries, maximising your networking opportunities.

Get the competitive edge with an undergraduate or postgraduate degree from Curtin Business School (CBS) and launch or further your international career. Offering a comprehensive range of industry-linked business courses, CBS provides its students with leading facilities, experienced lecturers and innovative research projects that are highly relevant to industry needs. CBS works in partnership with industry to create unique business learning environments on campus. The school’s modern facilities include The Agency - a social media command centre for students serious about digital marketing, and the CBS Trading Room - the only stock market trading room at any Western Australian university.

INDUSTRY CONNECTEDNESS CBS is aware of the importance of effectively serving your needs as a student, and the workforce you will eventually join. The only way to cater to both markets is for these two worlds to meet. The CBS Advisory Boards - networks of industry experts from organisations such as Chevron, KPMG and the Chamber of Commerce and Industry (Western Australia) - actively engage and collaborate with Curtin’s academics to regularly review our courses. At the same time you are learning from experienced teaching staff, you will be exposed to some of the industry’s top employers through a number of networking opportunities. Field trips, internship opportunities, real-life learning scenarios, guest lectures from proven professionals and practical assignments will help you engage with international business players and partners.

WATCH YOUR CAREER EVOLVE WITH A POSTGRAD DEGREE IN BUSINESS At CBS, you can choose from one of the most comprehensive selections of postgraduate business degrees in Australia, such as accounting, economics, finance, human resources, information systems, marketing, taxation, our internationally accredited Master of Business Administration (MBA), and the MBA (Global). You can start the MBA (Global) straight after your undergraduate degree, even if you have limited work experience. This two-year course focuses on core business knowledge and inter-cultural communication, ensuring your skills can be applied within an international business context.

WORLDWIDE EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES Curtin’s undergraduate and postgraduate business courses aim to expand your horizons, explore diverse environments and make you adaptable to varying business situations. The thriving business alumni consists of 72,000 graduates from more than 70 different countries, maximising your networking opportunities. CBS lecturers come from diverse teaching backgrounds, and many bring an international perspective to the classroom. Curtin’s graduates have gained employment in diverse professional roles and business areas across the globe. From negotiating industrial relations to analysing the stock market, devising marketing strategies to designing business information systems, your degree can lead to varied and rewarding international career paths.