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Alumni chapters

Alumni chapters are formed by course/special interest or international location. Alumni chapters organise social and networking events in addition to educational, charitable and community service activities.

Chapters and your fellow alumni rely on your support and involvement to keep them going to benefit both current and future alumni.

There are many opportunities to contribute to the wider Curtin alumni network. You can become an active committee member in an existing alumni chapter, enjoy networking and social events, or start your own chapter.

See all of the current Curtin alumni chapters and contact details below.

If you are interested in starting a new alumni group, you may find our guide to starting a new alumni chapter useful. Please contact us at alumnichapters@curtin.edu.au or on +61 8 9266 3113 when you are ready to discuss your propsed new chapter. We look forward to hearing from you!

 

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Highlighted chapters

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Singapore

The Curtin University Alumni Singapore Chapter runs regular social and professional development events that are well attended by a variety of guests. Each October, to coincide with the Curtin graduation ceremonies in Singapore, the CUASC and the Office of Alumni Relations jointly run a social function to welcome new graduates to the Singapore alumni network.

WASM

WA School of Mines Alumni

The WA School of Mines Alumni (WASMA) is a graduate network for students who have completed their studies at the Curtin WA School of Mines (WASM) in Geology, Spatial Sciences, Exploration Geophysics and Mining and Metallurgical Engineering.

Other chapters

  • Physiotherapy

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    The Physiotherapy Alumni Chapter aims to foster stronger links between its 3,000 Physiotherapy graduates, the community and Curtin University.

  • Information Studies

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    The Information Studies Alumni Chapter holds a number of functions to bring past students back to campus to share in fraternity and networking.

  • Go Global

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    The Go Global Chapter invites their alumni to share their travelling experiences while studying abroad in China, India, South Africa or Ukraine.

  • Curtin Graduate School of Business

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    The Curtin Graduate School of Business (CGSB) Chapter was established in 1993 to grow CGSB Alumni involvement and reputation by growing valuable connections.

  • Early Childhood Education (ceased)

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    The Early Childhood Education (ECE) Alumni Chapter is one of the longest and most established communities at Curtin University.
     

  • Hong Kong

    Hong Kong

    The Curtin Alumni Association Hong Kong was revitalised in 2013 and aims to connect the 10,000 plus Curtin alumni situated in Hong Kong.

  • Malaysia

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    The Curtin Alumni Malaysia Chapter provides opportunities for graduates residing in Malaysia to maintain contact with the university and one another.

  • Sri Lanka

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    The Sri Lanka Alumni Chapter supports graduates living on the island and provides them with opportunities to network and build friendships.

  • Melbourne

    Melbourne

    The Curtin Alumni Melbourne Business Collective aims to provide an informal opportunity for likeminded professionals to come together over dinner bi-monthly.