If you’re looking to study an undergraduate degree and need some help applying to uni, this webinar is for you. Join us online to get all the information you need about applying to study at Curtin in 2024.
The webinar is split into two parts so that you can join the session that is best for you, although you’re welcome to attend both!
Part A is for year 12s and parents/guardians, and anyone else applying through TISC (i.e. non school leavers who want to apply to study medicine.)
Part B is for anyone not in year 12 who will be applying direct to Curtin – including mature age applicants, uni switchers and those who have completed TAFE or an enabling program. If you have any questions that need answering along the way, we can help you during or after the session via the live chat function.
What we’ll cover in each session
This session is for year 12s, parents/guardians, and anyone applying for entry to a Curtin undergraduate course through TISC (including those applying for the Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery).
Applying through TISC
We’ll step you through the TISC application process and explain:
the difference between competitive and guaranteed courses
early offers and how to secure your place at Curtin so you can spend the rest of the year focusing on what you need to
how first and second round offers work, and what that means for your course preferences
the application process for Medicine, Surgery
what to do if you’d like to begin your course in the second half of the year, in semester 2
important dates and deadlines.
5:30pm to 6pm: Presentation (30 mins)
6pm to 6:15pm: Live Q&A (15 mins)
This session is for anyone who is not in year 12 and will be applying direct to Curtin – including mature age applicants, uni switchers and those who have completed TAFE or an enabling programs course.
Applying direct to Curtin
This year, non-year 12s can apply direct to Curtin for most courses (rather than through TISC). We’ll explain:
the direct application process for competitive and guaranteed courses
the application process if you have an international qualification and are now an Australian citizen or permanent resident
the different application deadlines
when you can expect to receive an offer.
Are you keen to start your course as soon as possible? In this session we’ll also explain how you can apply to begin your studies in semester 2 this year!
6:15pm to 6:45pm: Presentation (30 mins)
6:45pm to 7pm: Live Q&A (15 mins)
What we’ll cover
How to apply
We’re here to help, so let us step you through the application process. Whether you’re applying via TISC or direct to Curtin, we’ll give you an idea of what to expect so there are no surprises.
Pathways to Curtin
We have various pathways available for students, including portfolio entry, UniReady and Certificate IV. We’ll explain these pathways clearly, and how taking the STAT test can help you meet Curtin’s English proficiency requirements if you don’t have English ATAR.
We offer scholarships that reward academic excellence and scholarships that enable students from all backgrounds to study for a university degree. We’ll explain the application process and the eligibility criteria, and offer some tips on submitting a scholarship application.