The new Access Curtin pathway can help you gain admission to your preferred course if no other pathway is suitable.
An Access Curtin place grants admission to a range of courses at Curtin that require an ATAR of 70.
If you’re eligible for this pathway, you will be granted entry to Curtin in 2021 on the condition that you pass two of your first four units of study. After that, your place at Curtin becomes unconditional.
Applicants who are unable to meet Curtin admission criteria through other pathways, including portfolio entry.
You need to have met Curtin’s English requirements and studied any subject prerequisites for your chosen course.
Approved course list
How do I apply for Access Curtin?
Apply for your preferred Curtin course through TISC using the link below. If you’re eligible for an Access Curtin place, you will receive an offer from Curtin.
Please refer to TISC’s application deadlines to find out when you need to apply to your course by.
Can I defer an Access Curtin offer?
Yes, Access Curtin offers sent during the TISC main rounds can be deferred. Your offer letter will let you know the deadline to defer and how long you can defer for.