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Teaching and learning

Realising and sustaining a clean energy future requires a range of capabilities, specialisations and talents. That’s why we’re helping to build the next generation of thinkers, solvers and makers with our range of courses. There’s something for everyone, whatever your interests or qualifications.

Learn more about our courses and find the path that’s right for you. And if you’re already in the industry and are seeking professional development to boost your skillset, explore our offering of Professional Short Courses.

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Executive education

Many of Curtin University’s professional development programs are recognised by relevant professional accreditation bodies, making them valuable for individuals seeking to enhance their skills in the energy sector. These industry-recognised courses equip participants with the knowledge and expertise required to take their careers in new directions.



Curtin University offers a wide range of undergraduate courses aimed at skills development for the energy transition. Students can choose from disciplines such as advanced engineering, renewable energy systems and environmental law, providing opportunities to explore their specific interests and building the next generation of thinkers, problem solvers and makers.



Curtin University provides postgraduate programs that focus on skills development for the energy transition, with a strong emphasis on industry collaboration. Expert researchers and teachers work closely with industry partners to develop the curriculum, ensuring students benefit from the latest research insights and enjoy learning from top professionals in their respective fields.