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  1. Direct Entry is an Domestic Australian application for admission which is made directly to the University after  Tertiary Institutions Service Centre (TISC) applications have closed...
  2. Applications for Semester One, 2019 have now closed. Applications for courses that have a Semester Two, 2019 intake will open in the second week of April. For more information, visit the Application...
  3. Credit for recognised learning is usually submitted along with your application for your course, or once you have been accepted. To apply for CRL, you are required to lodge an Application for Credit...
  4. Undergraduate course applications - Semester One Apply directly to Curtin University if you: Are a current Curtin student seeking to course-switch into another course; or Deferred your offer and...
  5. There are a number of different ways to gain entry into a Faculty of Science & Engineering course at Curtin. To explore a range of Science & Engineering courses, and their entry requirements...
  6. There are a number of different ways to gain entry into a Faculty of Health Sciences course at Curtin. To explore a range of Health Sciences courses, and their entry requirements, visit the Health...
  7. Classes typically start in late February and July. For exact dates refer to the academic calendar . Orientation  takes place during the week prior to the start of classes. All new-to-Curtin...
  8. New students to a course - refer to the information on EnrolNow. Existing students in a course - refer to the course planner or structure that has been provided by your course coordinator. If you...
  9. Please  check your enrolment in eStudent to make sure you are enrolled full-time. Only full-time students (those enrolled in 75 credits or more in study periods with a census date in the...
  10. There are a number of different ways to gain entry into a Faculty of Humanities course at Curtin. To explore a range of Humanities courses, and their entry requirements, visit the Humanities...