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  1. Can I leave earlier than the end of my on campus accommodation agreement? It will depend on your circumstances. There may be financial penalties for breaking your contract, again depending on circumstances. Discuss your circumstances with your residence manager... Date Updated: 16/04/2018
  2. Can I take time off from study? You do not have to undertake study each semester. If you have to take leave due to personal or leave commitments, you can apply for Leave of Absence and discuss this with your Course Coordinator or... Date Updated: 16/04/2018
  3. What is Equivalent Full Time Student Load (EFTSL)? An Equivalent Full Time Student Load (EFTSL) is a representation of the amount of load a student would have when studying full time for one year. At Curtin 200 credit points equates to 1.0... Date Updated: 16/04/2018
  4. Can I go to an overseas university that isn’t on the Curtin partners list? Yes. If you want to study overseas at an institution that Curtin University doesn't have a partnership with this is called Study Abroad (not Student Exchange). This is a self-directed experience... Date Updated: 16/04/2018
  5. Can I smoke on campus? From January 1st 2012, Curtin University's West Australian campuses, including staff and student housing, became smoke-free . You will not be able to smoke anywhere on the campuses including... Date Updated: 16/04/2018
  6. If I am applying to Curtin University as a domestic student, how do I find out what the Australian equivalent for my overseas qualification is? If you have an overseas senior secondary leaving qualifications, you may refer to the Overseas Senior Secondary Leaving Qualifications webpage for a list of qualifications that meet Curtin's minimum... Date Updated: 16/04/2018
  7. Do I have to move my belongings out of my room during the mid semester break (June- July) or over summer (December-January)? During the mid semester break in June and July, you can stay or leave your belongings there, as you've paid for that period. Many students remain at the university during this time. For the end... Date Updated: 16/04/2018