WASMs' youngest student
WASMs' youngest student, Bukayo Taiwo, recently completed her first vacation work with Leighton Contractors' Mining Division after being awarded one of the company's scholarships.
For more than a century, Curtin University's Western Australian School of Mines (WASM) has been committed to providing some of the World's finest mining and minerals education and facilities. With campuses in Perth and Kalgoorlie, its objective is a simple one: to meet the education and research needs of one of Australia's most important industries. Underpinning these endeavours are strong industry partnerships, continual investment in high-tech facilities and a commitment to attracting some of the world's best and brightest students. Curtin University is proud to be home to WASM graduates with a focus on making tomorrow better.