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  1. Students undertake postgraduate study for a number of reasons, these can include:  To increase their likelihood of securing course-related employment To change careers or specialisations For...
  2. Course pre-requsities can found through our  offerings search for all undergraduate and postgraduate courses. Some university courses may include special requirements such as...
  3. 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...
  4. 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...
  5. If you were to start in semester one, you would be starting the course in February. If you were to start in semester two, you would be starting the course in July. The course structure and duration...
  6. Curtin closes on the majority of public holidays. There are 8 public holidays throughout the year that Curtin observes and remains closed: New Years Day Australia Day Good Friday Easter Monday Easter...
  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. Curtin Open Day is one of the biggest events on the Curtin calendar and usually takes place on a Sunday in July or August. It provides a great opportunity for prospective students, their...
  9. Alumni chapters are formed on the principle that alumni can make a difference to each other and their community, by making connections. Alumni chapters are formed by course, special interest or...
  10. All the fees and charges are listed on the fees and charges page .