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  1. How much will it cost for me to study at Curtin? 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... Date Updated: 16/04/2018
  2. What is Direct Entry? Direct Entry is an Domestic Australian application for admission which is made directly to the University after  Tertiary Institutions Service Centre (TISC) applications have closed... Date Updated: 06/07/2018
  3. HECS-HELP Updated HECS-HELP is a loan available to eligible students enrolled in a Commonwealth supported place to pay their student contribution amounts . To be eligible for HECS-HELP you must: Be enrolled in a... Date Updated: 23/09/2018
  4. What does the status of my application mean? Updated Application Status for incomplete applications: Incomplete Student Application = Yes - you have not completed or submitted your eApplication application. Incomplete Student Application = No... Date Updated: 21/09/2018
  5. What is the difference between applying and enrolling? Updated 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... Date Updated: 31/08/2018
  6. When do university classes start for the next semester? Updated Classes typically start in late February and July. For exact dates refer to the academic calendar . Orientation  takes place during the week prior to the start of classes. All new-to-Curtin... Date Updated: 17/09/2018
  7. What is a release letter? A Release Letter is a letter that formally advises an international student visa holder that they have been granted a release from Curtin University and may enrol at their new intended education... Date Updated: 31/05/2018
  8. Equivalent full time student load (EFTSL) Updated 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 EFTSL. The... Date Updated: 10/09/2018
  9. What are my school contacts? Updated 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... Date Updated: 19/09/2018
  10. How do I enrol? Updated What type of student are you? New student Current student   New students If you are a new student, your first step is to activate your OASIS account: Go to http://oasis.curtin.edu.au . Click... Date Updated: 17/09/2018