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  1. Once you have completed your enrolment you will be able to order your Student ID card online via OASIS > Campus Life & Guild. You will need to upload and submit your own photograph that meets...
  2. Your electronic Commonwealth Assistance Form (eCAF) is an electronic version of the Request for Commonwealth Support and HECS-HELP form. All students enrolled in a Commonwealth supported place (CSP)...
  3. The number of credits you take each semester is also known as your study load.  You may be required to meet specific requirements due to your conditions of enrolment, student visa, financial...
  4. Curtin Open Day is one of the biggest events on the Curtin calendar and usually takes place on a Sunday in July or August. It provides a great opportunity for prospective students, their...
  5. Curtin closes on the majority of public holidays. There are 8 public holidays throughout the year that Curtin observes and remains closed: New Years Day Australia Day Good Friday Easter Monday Easter...
  6. Undergraduate degrees require between three and five years of full-time or equivalent part-time study (if your degree is available to be studied part-time). A full-time study load  usually...
  7. If your student visa will expire before your graduation, you might be able to apply for another visa, such as a visitor visa, to attend your graduation ceremony. You will need a letter from your...
  8. Elective units allow you to choose any unit from any school or department to complete and earn credit towards your degree. Please note that some units have pre-requisites that need to be met, or are...
  9. For fee related enquiries:  Online : Current students can ask a question using our online enquiry form  (login required)  Find an answer using our frequently asked questions  View...
  10. Once you have completed your studies, you will need to seek advice directly from the  Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP)  to confirm how long you can remain in Australia...