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  1. Incomplete Student Application Yes - you have not completed or submitted your eApplication application. No - you have successfully submitted your eApplication and should receive an...
  2. A single major concentrates on one area of specialisation, whilst a double major focuses on two areas of specialisation. A double major will allow a student to complete study in those two separate...
  3. If you don’t meet a courses admission criteria, there are still plenty of ways to gain entry. See our Admission pathways webpage for information on enabling programs, portfolio entry and more. Some...
  4. The contact details below are provided for academic support. Your school or department can provide you with specific Course Coordinator contact details if required. School or department Location...
  5. Yes, you can. If you are new to studying at Curtin, and wish to commence in Semester 1, you can apply through the Tertiary Institutions Centre (TISC) . This includes applicants who want to switch to...
  6. Applying refers to submitting an application for a course. Once your application has been assessed for eligibility and an offer has been made, the next stage is accepting your offer and enrolling...
  7. Course pre-requsities can found through our  offerings search for all undergraduate and postgraduate courses. Some university courses may include special requirements such as...
  8. Recommended contact for current students :  Ask a question using our  online enquiry form  (login required). Contact Curtin Connect directly: Phone : 1300 222 888 Monday to...
  9. 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...
  10. To find out how much it will cost at Curtin, select the course you wish to study on the courses website , then select your degree and residency status. Scroll down and expand the Fees section to...