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Alynah Alfon, Bachelor of Science (Nursing)

I’m a registered nurse in the Philippines. I wanted to upgrade my qualification to gain new knowledge of healthcare settings outside my comfort zone – Curtin’s nursing conversion program came highly recommended.

Your options

Predicted ATAR

Predicted ATAR

For: Year 12s only
Open: Now until 30 October

If you’ve already chosen your course and want to apply using your year 11 results, you can apply now. You may even receive an early offer.

ATAR entry

ATAR entry

For: All applicants
Open: Now until January 2021*

ATAR entry is the standard application process for all undergraduate students, including year 12s and those who have previously graduated from high school.

*There are some exceptions. See all deadlines.

Non-ATAR entry

Non-ATAR entry

If your results don’t quite meet our standard entry pathway, view the various pathways on offer so you can still apply for entry to Curtin.

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Marco Feelisch, Bachelor of Commerce (International Business)

I’m from Germany, I enjoyed the cultural diversity of my classes; it developed my intercultural communication skills. I also learned to think differently and challenge the status quo.

Our reputation

Globally recognised

Globally recognised

We’re ranked in the top one per cent of universities worldwide and are Western Australia’s most preferred university.

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Industry connected

Many of our courses are nationally and internationally accredited, and provide you with industry opportunities such as internships, clinical placements and leadership programs.

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Successful graduates

We’re the number one university in Western Australia for graduate employment, and our alumni benefit from a global community 240,000 strong.

Support and resources

Financial advice

University can be expensive, but we’ll help you understand the costs involved and how you can manage your finances.


You may be eligible for a range of scholarships at Curtin. Scholarships can be awarded on merit, while others assist students who face financial hardship or need to relocate to pursue study.

Parent, teacher and career advisor support

If you’re a parent, teacher or career advisor, we’ve created tailored information to help you understand the university process and support your child or student to achieve their goals.

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Help is at hand

See our frequently asked questions or get in touch with us below.

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