Inter university sport

Students from Curtin University will regularly represent Curtin in a range of regional, national and international sporting competitions.

In 2019, Curtin will be competing in the Inter-Varsity Competition and Uni National events throughout the year.

2019 Inter-Varsity Competition

Curtin will be competing against ECU, UWA, Murdoch and Notre Dame over April/May in four different sports.

Competitions will be held between 13:00-17:00 on Friday afternoons and there are no competition fees for students.

Semester 1:

  • 3×3 Basketball – Hosted by Murdoch University – Friday 12 April 2019
    • Curtin Women’s finished 1st (out of 4 teams).
    • Curtin 1 (Men’s) finished 2nd (out of 8 teams).
    • Curtin 2 (Men’s) finished 3rd (out of 8 teams).
  • Futsal – Hosted by Curtin University – Friday 3 May 2019
    • Curtin 1 (Men’s) finished 1st (out of 7 teams).
    • Curtin 2 (Men’s) finished 2nd (out of 7 teams).
    • Curtin Women’s finished 3rd (out of 4 teams).
  • Volleyball – Hosted by Curtin University – Friday 24 May 2019
    • Curtin Black (Women’s) finished 1st (out of 4 teams).
    • Curtin Orange (Women’s) finished 3rd (out of 4 teams).
    • Curtin Black (Men’s) finished 2nd (out of 6 teams).
    • Curtin Orange (Men’s) finished 4th (out of 6 teams).
  • Netball – Hosted by University of Western Australia – Friday 31 May 2019
    • Curtin Women’s finished 1st (out of 4 teams).
    • Curtin Mixed finished 2nd (out of 3 teams).

Semester 2:

The Western Australian Universities are in discussion in relation to offering Inter-Varsity competitions in Semester 2.

If you’d like to be involved in these competitions, please email your interest to liam.conneally@curtin.edu.au.

2019 Uni National Competition

Interested in competing in the 2019 Uni Nationals and making your university experience even more memorable?

Register your interest and see the latest information on the Curtin University Inter-university sport Facebook group.

National Competition Events:

  • Indigenous Nationals – UWA, Perth – 23-28 June 2019
    • Curtin University are sending 1 team
  • Div 2 – Gold Coast – 8-11 July 2019
    • Nominations closed on 17 May 2019
    • Curtin University are NOT sending teams to Div 2
  • 3×3 Basketball – University of Sydney – 8-9 August 2019
    • Nominations close on 7 June 2019
    • Curtin University are looking at sending 1 male and 1 female team
    • Express your interest to compete now by emailing the Representative Sport Coordinator.
  • Div 1 – Gold Coast – 28 September – 3 October 2019
    • Nominations close on 26 July 2019
    • Curtin University are looking at sending teams in Beach Volleyball, Badminton, Cheer and Dance, Cycling, Fencing, Judo, Kendo, Lawn Bowls, Rowing, Squash, Table Tennis and Tenpin.
    • Express your interest to compete now by emailing the Representative Sport Coordinator.

2020 UniSport Nationals Div 1 and Div 2

  • UniSport have just announced that the Nationals Div 1 and Div 2 events will be hosted in Perth in 2020.
  • Div 2 will be held on 6-9 July 2020
  • Div 1 will be held on 26 September – 1 October 2020
A Curtin student playing badminton

Past Australian University Games teams

2017 Gold Coast

The Curtin team placed 26th out of 42 universities over on the Gold Coast. Over 180 athletes represented Curtin at this event, coming away with one silver and two bronze medals.

2016 Perth

The University Games was held in Perth, where Curtin placed ninth overall out of 42 universities. Curtin achieved two gold medals, two silver and five bronze along with 21 individual athletes winning green and gold medals.

2015 Gold Coast

The Curtin team placed 26th out of 42 universities over at the Gold Coast, coming away with one bronze medal in Judo.

2014 Sydney

The Curtin team placed 13th out of 41 universities across Australia in Sydney. 130 students represented Curtin, winning gold in the mixed beach volleyball event and men’s hockey, and two bronze in the men’s and women’s taekwondo.

2013 Gold Coast

The Curtin team placed 11th in the 2013 Gold Coast games. 170 students competed across 21 sports, winning 13 medals.

See past Uni Games.