Successfully completing this short entry pathway program can qualify you for a range of undergraduate degrees at Curtin – and you can study it on campus, fully online, or a combination of both.
UniReady is designed to help you gain entry into a range of Health Sciences, Science and Engineering, Humanities or Business undergraduate courses.
UniReady is for you if you meet at least one of the following criteria:
- missed out on Curtin’s indicative ATAR; or
- did not successfully complete your high school studies; or
- are undertaking or completed vocational studies and now want to come to University; or
- are a mature age student (20 years or older).
UniReady semester one and two
UniReady is a one-semester (12 weeks, plus orientation and exam weeks) program offered in first and second semester, either on campus at Bentley, fully online, or a combination of both.
- Applicants must be past the compulsory school age as defined by the Western Australian School Education Act 1999 in the year they wish to study in the UniReady Enabling Program.
- Australian and New Zealand students must be resident in Australia for the duration of at least one unit.
What you'll learn
- prepare students to successfully undertake undergraduate programs by understanding and applying discipline knowledge, concepts and principles appropriately
- demonstrate skills of listening, speaking, reading, writing and note-taking/making through specific content and controversial themes, which are selected to encourage critical thinking and analysis
- locate, extract and critically appraise relevant evidence to selected disciplines
- develop oral presentations and writing skills appropriate to university entry level
- use electronic resources to effectively collect, collate information and to communicate effectively online
- self motivated, critical and reflective
- investigate and critically analyse the meaning of the term 'globalisation' to consider issues from a variety of perspectives within their discipline
- develop critical appreciation of the major perspectives from which human behaviour, attitudes, thoughts, interactions, literature, language, society, culture and communications are presented and interpreted
- apply independent learning and self management strategies to future undergraduate study
Where to get further information
- More about studying at Curtin
- Visit the WA Tertiary Institutions Service Centre (TISC) website
- Visit the Quality Indicators for Learning and Teaching (QILT) website
- Visit the Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA) website
- Our admission appeals and grievance process
Applicants applying for an undergraduate degree with an International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma
Find information on how you can apply to study at Curtin with an International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma if you are applying for an undergraduate degree.
Applicants with other international qualifications
Find information on what qualifications you can use to apply for a Curtin course.
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- Curtin course code: EN-UNIRDY
- This offering was last updated on: January 9, 2019