Curtin Singapore Career Centre (CSCC)

For Students

The Curtin Singapore Career Centre (CSCC) is a go-to resource centre for students who seek assistance in career advice and related areas. We provide a high-touch approach when engaging our students to prepare, develop and partner them in their early careers. Through career coaching, mentoring, career development workshops and internship placements, we seek to add value to our students and alumnus as they work towards building a successful career.

For Singapore Alumnus

The CSCC acts as a platform for the Curtin Singapore chapter alumnus to leverage and interact with the Curtin Singapore academia and relevant industry players. It also serves as a value-added resource for alumnus to help build their careers and as well as meaningful personal and professional relationships with employers and the student body.

For The Curtin Academia

The CSCC partners the academia and various schools of Curtin Singapore and Curtin University to provide and enhance the students and alumnus knowledge of the various higher learning options, employment landscape and information on various industries to help develop their careers.

Curtin Connect Card

The Curtin Connect Card (3C) is the latest initiative by CUASC, which is an alumni members rewards program. If you sign up as a member, you will enjoy benefits and privileges from Merchant Partners of the Curtin Connect Card (3C). Registration and membership are free at this moment. At present, the Curtin Connect Card (3C) has 10 vendors on-board and is adding more. Please see below for more details on our vendors, benefits and privileges that they offer!

Vision, Mission and Values

Our Driving Factors and Core Values that help us to move forward and onward.

Vision

To be the benchmark for all Curtin University Alumni Chapters

Mission

Curtin University Alumni Singapore Chapter (CUASC) exists to:   a) Provide opportunities for graduates of Curtin University to maintain contact with the University; b) Provide opportunities for graduates to network; c) Provide industry feedback regarding the relevance and quality of courses; d) Provide the bridge between the academic environment and the workplace; and e) Encourage the pursuit of life long learning

Values

In meeting the above objectives, CUASC aims to promote the recognition and reputation of Curtin University within the wider community.

About CUASC

The Curtin University Singapore Alumni Chapter (CUSAC) has been in operation since 1993 but was recently revitalized in 2009. This chapter runs regular social and professional development events that are well attended by a variety of guests.

The Curtin University Alumni Chapter's objectives are:

To provide opportunities for graduates of Curtin University and the former West Australian Institute of Technology (WAIT) to maintain contact with the University and one another

To provide marketplace feedback regarding the relevance and quality of courses conducted at Curtin University

To provide the bridge between the academic environment and the workplace

To encourage the pursuit of academic excellence

Our Committee

Edmund Seng

Melvin Goh

Matthew Loo

Latest News

Check out our latest news and events!

Thought Leaders Series

Curtin Singapore and the Curtin University Alumni Singapore Chapter (CUASC) are delighted to launch the inaugural Thought Leaders Series! Date/Time: July 24 (Wed), 2019, 6pmVenue: Curtin Singapore – B2.3, 90 & 92 Jalan Rajah, Singapore 329162 SOLD OUT EVENT!Last minute interested alumni members who wish to register for this sold-out event, please PM us...

Curtin Alumni Singapore Chapter AGM and Panel Discussion

Hello All, On behalf of the Curtin University Alumni Singapore Chapter (CUASC), it gives me great pleasure to invite all of you to the 2019 Annual General Meeting (Election Year) on Saturday 30th March 2019. Date: Saturday 30 March 2019 Time: 2pm: Registrations and reception (light lunch will be served) 2.45pm: Commencement of AGM...

“Are We Future Ready?” Alumni networking dinner & AGM

Are we future ready? Such is the concern of many, as advancements are inevitable in the ever-changing, ever-improving environment we live in. Thus, this relevant question we ask ourselves daily was the point of discussion in our recent networking dinner and Annual General Meeting (AGM). This was held on the 28th of March at the OTC...