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Your preferences now are employers' preferences later

It's no surprise Curtin is Western Australia's most preferred university. Our courses are designed with direct input from industry so you graduate with the knowledge and skills that employers want.

We're ranked among the world's best

Curtin was ranked 25th in the QS World University rankings in 2013/14 for universities under the age of 50 – the only WA university to make the list. Curtin was also awarded five stars overall in the international QS Stars ratings 2014.

WA's most innovative university

At Curtin, learning is hands-on, interactive and life-changing. You will graduate with the kind of innovative thinking that can help change lives, minds and the world.

If you don't get the ATAR you need...

If you don't meet the entry requirements for your desired course, there are other options to help you gain admission to Curtin, including online and on-campus enabling courses and a range of bridging courses.

Learn more about these pathways


We offer a variety of scholarships. Some are offered for academic achievement while others are designed to make university possible for students who face financial hardship.

Learn more about our scholarships

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Studentbox is our online community especially for West Australian year 10, 11 and 12s. It provides support, study resources and tools to help you get through high school and into uni.

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This website is for future undergraduate Australian/NZ students only. If you're a future postgraduate Australian/NZ student, please refer to our Postgraduate page. If you're a future international student, we have an International Future Students website.

Please note the application deadline for consideration into main round of offers is 2 January 2015, though there are no guarantees and you may only be considered in the second round of offers instead. For all dates, see the TISC Calendar.