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Help getting into university

If you’re unsure of your options after taking exams, don’t worry – we’re here to help!

My results aren't on track

My results aren’t on track

Change your preferences

If you are unsure if you will be offered your first preference, you may add or change some of your preferences before the TISC deadline on 11pm, Friday 20 December.

Re-submit preferences

Explore entry pathways

While your ATAR is your quickest pathway to university, it is not the only one – there are other ways to get into Curtin.

Explore pathways

My results are on track

My results are on track

Change your preferences

If you’re happy with your choice of preferences, you don’t have to do anything. However, if you want to apply for a course in a different field of study or a course with a higher ATAR, you can change you preferences before the TISC deadline on 11pm, Friday 20 December.

Re-submit your preferences

Curtin Excellence Scholarship

If you achieve an ATAR of 96+ and put an eligible Curtin course as your first preference, you could automatically receive a scholarship valued between $5,000 and $15,000.

View scholarships

Information sessions

We’re open for you to come in to discuss your career pathway in our free information sessions.

Pathways session

9am to 10.15am
19 and 20 December
Building 103 room 109/110 (Think space)

Learn about our range of pathway options such as the UniReady Enabling Program, Portfolio entry or a Curtin College diploma and how you can use them to get into Curtin if you have a low ATAR.

Science and Engineering

10.15am to 11.15am
19 and 20 December
Building 103 room 109/110 (Think space)

Hear about how you’ll benefit from studying a Science and Engineering degree and the pathways you can take to get into Curtin.

Humanities

10.15am to 11.15am
19 and 20 December
Building 104 room 101

Learn about alternative pathways and how to turn your passion of education, architecture, graphic design or professional writing into a qualification with the faculty of Humanities.

Health Sciences

11.15am to 12.15pm
19 and 20 December
Building 103 room 109/110 (Think space)

Learn about the hands-on approach to learning within the faculty of Health Sciences and how you can use an alternative pathways to gain entry into a degree.

Business and Law

11.15am to 12.15pm
19 and 20 December
Building 104 room 101

Learn about the wide range of quality courses and alternative pathways into the faculty of Business and Law.

Scholarships

12.15pm to 1.15pm
19 and 20 December
Building 103 room 109/110 (Think space)

Learn about the different types of scholarships, how to apply and how they can benefit you.