Curtin Malaysia to showcase faculties and courses at Future Students Day events

Miri – 28 June 2022 – With the recent release of Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) results, Curtin University Malaysia (Curtin Malaysia) is inviting school leavers to attend its Future Students Day 2022 events in Miri this weekend to find out more about further studies at the campus, Curtin University’s largest global campus. Those interested to know more about diploma, professional advancement and postgraduate courses are also encouraged to attend.

On 2 July (Saturday), it will be held on-campus in the foyer of the Harry Perkins Lecture Theatre from 10 am to 5 pm. On 3 July, it will be held from 11 am to 4 pm in the conference hall of the Miri Chinese Chamber of Commerce and Industry (MCCCI) in the city centre.

Both events will feature showcases of Curtin Malaysia’s faculties of engineering and science, business, and humanities and health sciences, as well as its School of Professional and Continuing Education (SPACE) and the Curtin Malaysia Graduate School (CMGS).

Officers from its student recruitment department will also be on hand to provide course counselling, conduct campus tours, and facilitate on-the-spot applications. Lecturers from the faculties, meanwhile, will be available to give insights into the courses and teaching they deliver, and student ambassadors will give insights into student life.

There will also be special sessions by SPACE on new diploma courses in Commerce, Information Technology and Media Studies being offered in October, between 11 am and 12 noon on 2 July, and between 1 pm and 2 pm on 3 July.

Curtin Malaysia’s mid-year foundation and degree intakes, set to commence on 12 and 25 July respectively, are now open for applications.

In addition to courses, interested students can also find out more about scholarships and student loans available, including the BP40 Bursary Scheme and scholarships offered by the Sarawak Foundation (Yayasan Sarawak) for Sarawakian students. Officers from Sarawak Foundation and Perbadanan Tabung Pendidikan Tinggi Nasional (PTPTN) will also be present on both days to brief students on their scholarships and student loans.

The students will also get to learn how Curtin Malaysia, as Curtin’s largest global campus and hub in ASEAN, is a critical part of the university and helping it expand its educational and research footprint in the region. Besides Australia and Malaysia, Curtin has campuses in Dubai, Singapore and Mauritius, as well as strategic partnerships with more than 130 institutions around the world.

As a Sarawak Government-owned institution, Curtin Malaysia is furthermore committed to engaging and changing lives in local communities and serving the technological, socio-economic and human capital development needs of the state.

The Future Students Day events are being supported by Sarawak Foundation, PTPTN and the MCCCI.

More information on Curtin Malaysia can be found at, or look for Curtin Malaysia on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, LinkedIn or TikTok. For enquiries about the Future Students Day, send an email to or call 085-630 000.

School leavers and others interested to join Curtin Malaysia invited to Future Students Day.