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Curtin Sarawak Open Day gets support from business and public sectors and NGOs

Over 60 corporate and government bodies, individuals and non-governmental organisations sponsoring or participating in our eighth Open Day event.

18 September 2014

Potential students invited to participate in Curtin Sarawak Open Day activities

Several hundred students from local secondary schools are expected to attend at the invitation of the university.

17 September 2014

Australian real estate agent relates business experiences to Curtin Sarawak students

Kerry Day of Raine & Horne speaks to first-year students from Department of Marketing and Management at a recent industry talk.

15 September 2014

Curtin Sarawak Open Day to include fun activities for children

Children can look forward to a great time at the ‘Kiddies Corner’ including participating in colouring contest, telematch and more.

12 September 2014

Australian Prime Minister catches up on developments at Australian branch campuses in Malaysia

Prime Minister Tony Abbott met with Curtin Sarawak’s Pro Vice-Chancellor and others at a recent event hosted by the Australian High Commission in Kuala Lumpur.

11 September 2014

Call for establishment of volunteer tourism programmes to help protect Malaysia’s nesting sea turtles

Dr. Lisa Marie King says programmes can benefit government agencies and local communities, and significantly reduce turtle egg poaching.

10 September 2014

Curtin Sarawak takes up Ice Bucket Challenge

28 staff and students participate in Ice Bucket Challenge in aid of local children's home and ALS research.

29 August 2014

Thousands expected to throng Curtin Sarawak campus for Open Day on 20 September

Members of the public can discover more about the university’s facilities, services, academic programmes and vibrant campus life at this eighth annual event.

27 August 2014

Melanau Tibou tradition to be showcased during Curtin Sarawak Open Day 2014

Showcase of traditional sport for the second year a collaborative effort between the university’s Student Council and Miri Melanau Association.

25 August 2014

Curtin Sarawak and Institute of Marketing Malaysia sign MoU for collaborative development

Both parties to develop ongoing collaboration based on mutually beneficial activities in the fields of education, leadership and research.

22 August 2014

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