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No matter what your results are, we can help you find a pathway to your dream course at Curtin. Find out what steps you need to take to join us in 2021.

Did you get a 96+ ATAR?

Congratulations, you’ve secured a scholarship.

If you put an eligible Curtin course as your first preference, you will automatically receive a Curtin Excellence Scholarship valued between $5,000 and $15,000.

Don’t worry, you still have options

If you have received an offer for your second preference or lower, you may like to accept this offer and consider applying to course switch at a later time. You may prefer to defer your offer and commence study in a later study period.

There are no further TISC rounds for Semester 1 2021, however select courses are open to apply direct until 18 February. If you have changed your mind and would like to apply for a different course, start your applying direct journey today!

Haven’t met the English requirements?

Haven’t met the English requirements?

If you haven’t achieved competence in English for getting into Curtin, but achieved a letter grade of A, B or C in Year 12 English ATAR, Literature ATAR or EALD ATAR or a grade A in Year 12 General English, Literature or EALD, you can consider the portfolio entry pathway for select courses.

If you have achieved the ATAR required for the course applied, but haven’t achieved competence in English at Curtin University, you can consider booking the STAT Written English (WE) session on Saturday 6 February to satisfy the English requirement in time for assessment of your direct application. Bookings for this session will close at 12.00pm on Wednesday 3 February.

Haven’t met your prerequisite subjects?

Haven’t met your prerequisite subjects?

Alternative courses including Multidisciplinary Sciences, Health Sciences or UniReady allow you to meet your prerequisites over one or two semesters, so you can apply to switch into your preferred course at a later date.

Add an alternative course to your TISC application as a second or lower preference.

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Haven’t achieved an ATAR of 70 or above?

If you have met Curtin’s English requirements and the course prerequisite requirements, but not achieved an ATAR of 70 or above, you may receive an offer for our new Access Curtin pathway.

If none of the above options are applicable, you might be eligible for alternative pathways such as StepUp, portfolio entry or special consideration.

Did you get a 96+ ATAR?

Congratulations, you’ve secured a scholarship.

If you put an eligible Curtin course as your first preference, you will automatically receive a Curtin Excellence Scholarship valued between $5,000 and $15,000.

Don’t worry, you still have options

If you have received an offer for your second preference or lower, you may like to accept this offer and consider applying to course switch at a later time. You may prefer to defer your offer and commence study in a later study period.

There are no further TISC rounds for Semester 1 2021, however select courses are open to apply direct until 18 February. If you have changed your mind and would like to apply for a different course, start your applying direct journey today!

Haven’t met the English requirements?

Haven’t met the English requirements?

If you haven’t achieved competence in English for getting into Curtin, but achieved a letter grade of A, B or C in Year 12 English ATAR, Literature ATAR or EALD ATAR or a grade A in Year 12 General English, Literature or EALD, you can consider the portfolio entry pathway for select courses.

If you have achieved the ATAR required for the course applied, but haven’t achieved competence in English at Curtin University, you can consider booking the STAT Written English (WE) session on Saturday 6 February to satisfy the English requirement in time for assessment of your direct application. Bookings for this session will close at 12.00pm on Wednesday 3 February.

Haven’t achieved an ATAR of 70 or above?

Haven’t achieved an ATAR of 70 or above?

If you have met Curtin’s English requirements and the course prerequisite requirements, but not achieved an ATAR of 70 or above, you may receive an offer for our new Access Curtin pathway.

If none of the above options are applicable, you might be eligible for alternative pathways such as StepUp, portfolio entry or special consideration.

Did you get a 96+ ATAR?

Congratulations, you’ve secured a scholarship.

If you put an eligible Curtin course as your first preference, you will automatically receive a Curtin Excellence Scholarship valued between $5,000 and $15,000.

Don’t worry, you still have options

If you have received an offer for your second preference or lower, you may like to accept this offer and consider applying to course switch at a later time. You may prefer to defer your offer and commence study in a later study period.

There are no further TISC rounds for Semester 1 2021, however select courses are open to apply direct until 18 February. If you have changed your mind and would like to apply for a different course, start your applying direct journey today!

Haven’t met the English requirements?

Haven’t met the English requirements?

If you haven’t achieved competence in English for getting into Curtin, but achieved a letter grade of A, B or C in Year 12 English ATAR, Literature ATAR or EALD ATAR or a grade A in Year 12 General English, Literature or EALD, you can consider the portfolio entry pathway for select courses.

If you have achieved the ATAR required for the course applied, but haven’t achieved competence in English at Curtin University, you can consider booking the STAT Written English (WE) session on Saturday 6 February to satisfy the English requirement in time for assessment of your direct application. Bookings for this session will close at 12.00pm on Wednesday 3 February.

Haven't achieved the ATAR or prerequisites required?

Haven’t achieved the ATAR or prerequisites required?

Alternative courses including Multidisciplinary Sciences, Health Sciences, Commerce, Arts and UniReady give you the opportunity to study the required prerequisites and apply to switch into your preferred course at a later date.

If none of the above options are applicable, you might be eligible for alternative pathways such as StepUp, portfolio entry or special consideration.

Did you get a 96+ ATAR?

Congratulations, you’ve secured a scholarship.

If you put an eligible Curtin course as your first preference, you will automatically receive a Curtin Excellence Scholarship valued between $5,000 and $15,000.

Don’t worry, you still have options

If you have received an offer for your second preference or lower, you may like to accept this offer and consider applying to course switch at a later time. You may prefer to defer your offer and commence study in a later study period.

There are no further TISC rounds for Semester 1 2021, however select courses are open to apply direct until 18 February. If you have changed your mind and would like to apply for a different course, start your applying direct journey today!

Haven’t met the English requirements?

Haven’t met the English requirements?

If you haven’t achieved competence in English for getting into Curtin, but achieved a letter grade of A, B or C in Year 12 English ATAR, Literature ATAR or EALD ATAR or a grade A in Year 12 General English, Literature or EALD, you can consider the portfolio entry pathway for select courses.

If you have achieved the ATAR required for the course applied, but haven’t achieved competence in English at Curtin University, you can consider booking the STAT Written English (WE) session on Saturday 6 February to satisfy the English requirement in time for assessment of your direct application. Bookings for this session will close at 12.00pm on Wednesday 3 February.

Haven’t achieved the ATAR required?

Haven’t achieved the ATAR required?

Alternative courses including Multidisciplinary Sciences, Health Sciences, Commerce and Arts give you the opportunity to apply to switch into your preferred course at a later date.

If none of the above options are applicable, you might be eligible for alternative pathways such as StepUp, portfolio entry or special consideration.

Did you get a 96+ ATAR?

Congratulations, you’ve secured a scholarship.

If you put an eligible Curtin course as your first preference, you will automatically receive a Curtin Excellence Scholarship valued between $5,000 and $15,000.

Don’t worry, you still have options

If you have received an offer for your second preference or lower, you may like to accept this offer and consider applying to course switch at a later time. You may prefer to defer your offer and commence study in a later study period.

There are no further TISC rounds for Semester 1 2021, however select courses are open to apply direct until 18 February. If you have changed your mind and would like to apply for a different course, start your applying direct journey today!

Haven’t met the English requirements?

Haven’t met the English requirements?

If you haven’t achieved competence in English for getting into Curtin, but achieved a letter grade of A, B or C in Year 12 English ATAR, Literature ATAR or EALD ATAR or a grade A in Year 12 General English, Literature or EALD, you can consider the portfolio entry pathway for select courses.

If you have achieved the ATAR required for the course applied, but haven’t achieved competence in English at Curtin University, you can consider booking the STAT Written English (WE) session on Saturday 6 February to satisfy the English requirement in time for assessment of your direct application. Bookings for this session will close at 12.00pm on Wednesday 3 February.

Haven’t achieved the ATAR or prerequisites required?

Haven’t achieved the ATAR or prerequisites required?

Alternative courses including Multidisciplinary Sciences, Health Sciences, Commerce, Arts and UniReady give you the opportunity to study the required prerequisites and apply to switch into your preferred course at a later date.

If none of the above options are applicable, you might be eligible for alternative pathways such as StepUp, portfolio entry or special consideration.

Did you get a 96+ ATAR?

Congratulations, you’ve secured a scholarship.

If you put an eligible Curtin course as your first preference, you will automatically receive a Curtin Excellence Scholarship valued between $5,000 and $15,000.

Don’t worry, you still have options

If you have received an offer for your second preference or lower, you may like to accept this offer and consider applying to course switch at a later time. You may prefer to defer your offer and commence study in a later study period.

There are no further TISC rounds for Semester 1 2021, however select courses are open to apply direct until 18 February. If you have changed your mind and would like to apply for a different course, start your applying direct journey today!

Haven’t met the English requirements?

Haven’t met the English requirements?

If you haven’t achieved competence in English for getting into Curtin, but achieved a letter grade of A, B or C in Year 12 English ATAR, Literature ATAR or EALD ATAR or a grade A in Year 12 General English, Literature or EALD, you can consider the portfolio entry pathway for select courses.

If you have achieved the ATAR required for the course applied, but haven’t achieved competence in English at Curtin University, you can consider booking the STAT Written English (WE) session on Saturday 6 February to satisfy the English requirement in time for assessment of your direct application. Bookings for this session will close at 12.00pm on Wednesday 3 February.

Haven’t achieved the ATAR required?

Haven’t achieved the ATAR required?

Alternative courses including Multidisciplinary Sciences, Health Sciences, Commerce and Arts give you the opportunity to apply to switch into your preferred course at a later date.

If none of the above options are applicable, you might be eligible for alternative pathways such as StepUp, portfolio entry or special consideration.

Did you get a 96+ ATAR?

Congratulations, you’ve secured a scholarship.

If you put an eligible Curtin course as your first preference, you will automatically receive a Curtin Excellence Scholarship valued between $5,000 and $15,000.

Don’t worry, you still have options

If you have received an offer for your second preference or lower, you may like to accept this offer and consider applying to course switch at a later time. You may prefer to defer your offer and commence study in a later study period.

There are no further TISC rounds for Semester 1 2021, however select courses are open to apply direct until 18 February. If you have changed your mind and would like to apply for a different course, start your applying direct journey today!

Haven’t met the English requirements?

Haven’t met the English requirements?

If you haven’t achieved competence in English for getting into Curtin, but achieved a letter grade of A, B or C in Year 12 English ATAR, Literature ATAR or EALD ATAR or a grade A in Year 12 General English, Literature or EALD, you can consider the portfolio entry pathway for select courses.

If you have achieved the ATAR required for the course applied, but haven’t achieved competence in English at Curtin University, you can consider booking the STAT Written English (WE) session on Saturday 6 February to satisfy the English requirement in time for assessment of your direct application. Bookings for this session will close at 12.00pm on Wednesday 3 February.

Haven’t achieved the ATAR or prerequisites required?

Haven’t achieved the ATAR or prerequisites required?

Alternative courses including Multidisciplinary Sciences, Health Sciences, Commerce, Arts and UniReady give you the opportunity to study the required prerequisites and apply to switch into your preferred course at a later date.

If none of the above options are applicable, you might be eligible for alternative pathways such as StepUp, portfolio entry or special consideration.

Did you get a 96+ ATAR?

Congratulations, you’ve secured a scholarship.

If you put an eligible Curtin course as your first preference, you will automatically receive a Curtin Excellence Scholarship valued between $5,000 and $15,000.

Don’t worry, here are your options

If you have received an offer for your second preference or lower, you may like to accept this offer and consider applying to course switch at a later time. You may prefer to defer your offer and commence study in a later study period.

There are no further TISC rounds for Semester 1 2021, however select courses are open to apply direct until 18 February. If you have changed your mind and would like to apply for a different course, start your applying direct journey today!

A male student standing in the library

Haven’t met the English requirements?

If you haven’t achieved competence in English for getting into Curtin, but achieved a letter grade of A, B or C in Year 12 English ATAR, Literature ATAR or EALD ATAR or a grade A in Year 12 General English, Literature or EALD, you can consider the portfolio entry pathway for select courses.

If you have achieved the ATAR required for the course applied, but haven’t achieved competence in English at Curtin University, you can consider booking the STAT Written English (WE) session on Saturday 6 February to satisfy the English requirement in time for assessment of your direct application. Bookings for this session will close at 12.00pm on Wednesday 3 February.

Haven’t achieved the ATAR required?

Haven’t achieved the ATAR required?

Alternative courses including Multidisciplinary Sciences, Health Sciences, Commerce and Arts give you the opportunity to apply to switch into your preferred course at a later date.

If none of the above options are applicable, you might be eligible for alternative pathways such as StepUp, portfolio entry or special consideration.

Did you get a 96+ ATAR?

Congratulations, you’ve secured a scholarship.

If you put an eligible Curtin course as your first preference, you will automatically receive a Curtin Excellence Scholarship valued between $5,000 and $15,000.

Don’t worry, you still have options

If you have received an offer for your second preference or lower, you may like to accept this offer and consider applying to course switch at a later time. You may prefer to defer your offer and commence study in a later study period.

There are no further TISC rounds for Semester 1 2021, however select courses are open to apply direct until 18 February. If you have changed your mind and would like to apply for a different course, start your applying direct journey today!

Haven’t met the English requirements?

Haven’t met the English requirements?

If you haven’t achieved competence in English for getting into Curtin, but achieved a letter grade of A, B or C in Year 12 English ATAR, Literature ATAR or EALD ATAR or a grade A in Year 12 General English, Literature or EALD, you can consider the portfolio entry pathway for select courses.

If you have achieved the ATAR required for the course applied, but haven’t achieved competence in English at Curtin University, you can consider booking the STAT Written English (WE) session on Saturday 6 February to satisfy the English requirement in time for assessment of your direct application. Bookings for this session will close at 12.00pm on Wednesday 3 February.

Haven't achieved the ATAR or prerequisites required?

Haven’t achieved the ATAR or prerequisites required?

Alternative courses including Multidisciplinary Sciences, Health Sciences, Commerce, Arts and UniReady give you the opportunity to study the required prerequisites and apply to switch into your preferred course at a later date.

If none of the above options are applicable, you might be eligible for alternative pathways such as StepUp, portfolio entry or special consideration.

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