Hello New Students!

A Warm Welcome Note:

 

Jim Mienczakowski
Professor Jim Mienczakowski
Pro Vice Chancellor/ Chief Executive
Curtin University, Malaysia

Welcome to Curtin Malaysia. Firstly, let me congratulate you on achieving a very important milestones that is, gaining entrance to the University. That, in itself is a significant achievement, but now the hard work begins. I am sure that you will enjoy your time with us at CurtinMalaysia and all the exiting options that we offer. University life is about many different aspects. Firstly, the academic life. It is important that you develop good study habits, work closely with your lecturers and tutors and most importantly, you attend class. Please do not afraid to ask questions and seek guidance as necessary. We at the University are here to serve.

Secondly, a very important facet of University life is the social aspect. It is the time in your life where you have an opportunity to make life-long friends and develop strong bonds and relationships. The Campus offers a range of social activities and clubs, and is supported by the Student Council. Please avail yourself of these opportunities.

The University draws students and staff from all over the world. It is an example of global harmony. Enjoy the multi-cultural facet of the University. We are proud of our achievements and your hard work will be rewarded with a quality international recognized award.

Again, let me congratulate you on your acceptance into Curtin Malaysia. I look forward to meeting with you during your period of study and wish you all the best in your studies and future career.


Professor Tang
Professor Dr. Tang Siew Fun
Dean, Learning and Teaching
Curtin University, Malaysia

Hello welcome to Curtin Malaysia!

Curtin Malaysia is committed to learning and teaching excellence. Hence, we strive to create an engaging and learner- focused teaching and learning environment to prepare our learners in becoming future ready graduates.

As a new student, get involved, get connected and get a head start by attending the orientation and get acquainted with the globalized population on campus. Find your way around and gain access to facilities, support services, general amenities and transportation. I hope the orientation will ease your transition and settling into Curtin’s education system and the life and culture at our Miri Campus.

At Curtin, it’s not to study alone. You are part of a learning community of faculty, staff, and fellow students. We are here to support your academic growth and success. There are a variety of resources for learning support based on the faculty and unit. Also, check out the support services and programmes for Peer Assisted Study Sessions (UniPASS), Learning Support Modules (LSM), Science and Engineering Language and Literacy (SELL), and many more.

Have fun in learning!

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