What is undergraduate study?
Undergraduate study is also referred to as post-secondary education and is normally studied at a higher education institution, such as a university.
The most common type of undergraduate study is the bachelor's degree, which typically takes three to four years to complete. If a student is achieving a good course weighted average (CWA), they may be invited to stay on for an extra year and complete the bachelor degree with honours.
For a list of undergraduate courses available at Curtin, please visit the Future Students website.
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