Our facilities

The Faculty of Business and Law has a number of innovative learning and teaching spaces, designed to enhance our students’ learning experience and equipped with the same technology that students will be using in their workplaces upon graduation.


A student doing a presentation in Curtin's Agency building

The Agency

Located in Wesfarmers Court on our Bentley Campus, Curtin Business School’s newest facility lets you experience first-hand how brands can monitor their online presence using social media analytics. The Agency gives business students and professionals the opportunity to track online trends in real time and carry out social media marketing analytics for actual events and campaigns in a technology-rich environment.

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An upwards view of Curtin's Graduate School of Business building

Graduate School of Business

The Curtin Graduate School of Business took residence of 78 Murray Street in 2002 after an extensive re-fit which saw the creation of a state-of-the-art teaching and learning facility for its students and staff. The building, the elegant former Government Printing Office is a National Trust of Australia-listed building originally built in 1892. The location provides easy access for students and allows for close engagement with the business sector, coming alive at night when students finish their day jobs and migrate to the classroom.


Curtin Law School's moot court

Law School City Campus

Curtin Law School has a campus in Perth’s Central Business District within an existing 1912 heritage listed building located at 57 Murray Street. Situated in close proximity to the Federal Court, Supreme Court, District Court and Perth Magistrate’s Court, as well as statutory tribunals such as the State Administrative Tribunal, the city campus facilitates students’ education within an applied industry setting in line with Curtin’s primary vision of developing job-ready graduates. The centralised location of our city campus allows it to function as a hub for both formal and informal interactions between the staff, students and members of the Western Australian legal profession. A key part of this is the work being undertaken by the John Curtin Law Clinic. The facilities available on campus include a technologically equipped moot court, allowing for both traditional and seminar based learning, as well as practical interactions.

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Lecturer helping student use Bloomberg terminal

Trading Room

The CBS Trading Room is a valuable learning tool for both undergraduate and postgraduate business students. Equipped with 20 Bloomberg Professional Software licenses, the facility provides students, staff and industry professionals with access to real-world technology and historic financial data.

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