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For creative minds. Do you believe that a single idea can change the world? If you’re a creative or innovative person,you’ll feel at home studying one of Curtin’s undergraduate or postgraduate humanities courses. You’ll gain the skills and knowledge to evaluate ideas, think analytically and use your imagination to develop solutions to global problems.

SEE YOUR IDEAS COME TO LIFE You’ve come to the right place to explore your creativity while you study. Passionate lecturers and tutors, exciting facilities and important research are at the core of the Faculty of Humanities. Many of our courses are backed by professional accreditation and allow you to build your portfolio to showcase to future employers. As a humanities student, you will be exposed to industry throughout the duration of your degree, providing you with the opportunity to learn from practical experience, create networks and advance your career. No matter what your passion, Curtin has modern facilities to encourage creativity and facilitate the sharing of ideas. Digital creativity labs, driven by a highspeed server for fast software access and room layouts that encourage creative thinking. On-campus media outlets including Curtin FM 100.1 radio station, The Western Independent newspaper, Grok magazine and online news portal InkWire. A film and television studio fitted with professional-level equ

RESEARCH WITH A COLLABORATIVE FOCUS The Faculty of Humanities conducts a wide range of pure and applied research in the areas of arts, social sciences, built environment and education. Curtin is also actively involved in creative production in the areas of art, film and television, performance studies and literature. The Centre for Culture and Technology is a research centre in the Faculty of Humanities. Located at the intersections of disciplinary and creative boundaries, it operates as a portal to research in media, digital practices, art, culture, theory and new technologies. The faculty is also home to the Australasian Joint Research Centre for Building Information Modelling (BIM). BIM technology overlays a 3D model of what needs to be assembled in a physical space, helping to improve the efficiency of mega projects. Other significant research initiatives of the faculty include the Curtin University Sustainability Policy (CUSP) Institute. As an internationally recognised research, teaching and policy advi

AMONG THE WORLD’S BEST In 2015, Curtin was ranked in the top 100 universities in the world for education, architecture/built environment, and art and design. 2015 QS World University Rankings by Subject