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  1. 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...
  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. 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)...
  6. 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...
  7. Undergraduate students to defer your offer: Go to the My Offers tab in eStudent via OASIS You will see a list of the courses for which you have received an offer Select View for the appropriate offer...
  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. There are many scholarships available to both current students and prospective students planning to study at Curtin.   Curtin offers scholarships to future and current, undergraduate and...
  10. The Graduation Statement is a Commonwealth initiative that has been introduced to make Australian qualifications more portable and their value more transparent. The Graduation Statement will describe...