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What is the difference between direct and indirect applications?  

Direct applications refers to when a student applies for a course through the Curtin website.
Anyone who is a current or previous student of Curtin, applying for semester 2 study, or wanting to apply for a postgraduate degree must apply via direct.
Indirect applications refers to those who submit their applications through another portal, such as TISC. 
Anyone who has not been a Curtin student wanting to apply for an undergraduate degree in semester 1 must apply via TISC.
For more information regarding the application process, visit How to Apply
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Updated 10/11/2020 12.39 PM