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  1. How do I defer my offer? Undergraduate students to defer your offer: Go to the My Offers tab in eStudent You will see a list of the courses for which you have received an offer Select View for the appropriate offer On the... Date Updated: 06/07/2018
  2. What does the 500 word MBA application statement involve? Applicants must provide a statement (maximum of 500 words) that outlines their motivation and reasons for undertaking the MBA.  It should demonstrate how the degree is applicable to their... Date Updated: 16/04/2018
  3. What does the 500 word GCB/ GDB application statement involve? Applicants must provide a statement (maximum of 500 words) that outlines their motivation and reasons for undertaking the GCB/GDB.  It should demonstrate how the degree is applicable to their... Date Updated: 16/04/2018
  4. What is a double degree? A Double Degree comprises two individually approved courses undertaken at the same time, resulting in two awards. Often these will take longer than a normal degree. For example; Bachelor of... Date Updated: 16/04/2018
  5. Where can I get information about Higher Degrees by Research? Please contact the Future Students Team at the Graduate Research School. Date Updated: 19/06/2018
  6. How do I change my TISC preferences to Curtin courses? To change your TISC preferences go to www.tisc.edu.au and log in to your application. Changing your preferences is a three step process which involves moving through three pages online. Make sure... Date Updated: 06/07/2018
  7. How do I change my contact details? The easiest way to update your contact details is through your eStudent via OASIS. The process is as follows: Log into  OASIS with your student ID and password. Select the ‘My Studies’ tab and... Date Updated: 16/04/2018
  8. How do I apply for an undergraduate course/bachelor degree? The way to apply for an undergraduate degree (bachelor degree) can differ depending on a few factors including when you would like to start the course, and whether you have studied at the University... Date Updated: 17/05/2018
  9. I'm a permanent resident or New Zealand citizen who is currently enrolled in a Commonwealth Supported Place (CSP). What do the proposed changes to CSP mean for me? From 1 January 2018, subsidies for Australian permanent residents and New Zealand (NZ) citizens enrolling in a Commonwealth Supported Place (CSP) are proposed to be withdrawn, making them fee paying... Date Updated: 16/06/2018
  10. How long will it take to complete an undergraduate degree? Undergraduate degrees require between three and five years of full-time or equivalent part-time study. A full-time study load  usually consists of 200 credits (approximately eight units)... Date Updated: 16/04/2018