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  1. If you don’t meet a courses admission criteria, there are still plenty of ways to gain entry. See our Admission pathways webpage for information on enabling programs, portfolio entry and more. Some...
  2. Applying refers to submitting an application for a course. Once your application has been assessed for eligibility and an offer has been made, the next stage is accepting your offer and enrolling...
  3. Course pre-requsities can found through our  offerings search for all undergraduate and postgraduate courses. Some university courses may include special requirements such as...
  4. If you are thinking of course switching (change from studying in one Curtin course to another), a place may not be guaranteed . You still need to meet prerequisites and previous study may be...
  5. 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...
  6. HECS-HELP is a loan available to eligible students enrolled in a Commonwealth supported place to pay their student contribution amounts. To be eligible for HECS-HELP you must: Be enrolled in a...
  7. Your electronic Commonwealth Assistance Form (eCAF) is an electronic version of the Request for Commonwealth Support and HECS-HELP form. All students enrolled in a Commonwealth supported place (CSP)...
  8. Once you have completed your enrolment you will be able to order your Student ID card online via OASIS > Campus Life & Guild. You will need to upload and submit your own photograph that meets...
  9. The number of credits you take each semester is also known as your study load.  You may be required to meet specific requirements due to your conditions of enrolment, student visa, financial...
  10. When applying for Health Sciences courses, you may occasionally need to prove your professional registration. If your professional registration is with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation...