Curtin University recognises academic excellence by providing a number of merit-based scholarships for high school leavers.
The Curtin Excellence Scholarship is awarded to Year 12 students who achieve a high ATAR and have Curtin as their first preference through TISC, or receive an early course offer for an eligible undergraduate degree whilst maintaining Curtin as their first preference through TISC for main round offers.
The John Curtin Scholarship Program (JCSP) is Curtin's most prestigious scholarship program for future students commencing their degree. It is awarded to academically talented students who have excelled in a wide range of endeavours, and have lent their talents and energies to the community around them.
The Curtin ATAR Achievement Scholarship is awarded to Year 12 students who have achieved an ATAR 3 points higher than their predicted ATAR, based on Year 11 studies, provided that Curtin has been selected as the first preference through TISC by the scholarship closing date.
Visit the Scholarships website to find out more about what scholarships are available.