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Curtin is a culturally diverse community in which everyone is accepted and treated fairly, and respect for one another is a part of everyday life. Curtin is committed to its Code of Conduct and all that it entails, particularly in relation to expectations of high standards of professional behaviour in all areas of work activity and relationships.

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Understand your rights and obligations as a Curtin student.

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Understand your rights and obligations as a member of Curtin's staff.

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Conflict of interest declaration and management forms.

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Make disclosures about wrongdoing without fear of reprisal.

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Curtin has a range of policies and agreements that protect members of the Curtin community from being disadvantaged or discriminated

Contact the PSCU

Phone: 1800 907 998 OR +61 8 9266 9140

Email: complaints@curtin.edu.au

Code of Conduct

Curtin's Code of Conduct (the "Code") is a statement that provides clarity and guidance about ethical behaviour and how parties are expected to conduct themselves at all times.
View the Code of Conduct The Code reflects Curtin's values and the University's guiding ethical principles.

  1. Intellectual freedom
  2. Personal and professional behaviour
  3. Relationships between staff and students
  4. Conflicts of interest
  5. Communication and use of University information
  6. Dishonest and criminal behaviour
  7. Use of University resources
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