CSP unit fees can be calculated using the Fee Calculator.
Studying as a CSP Student
If you are an Australian citizen, Australian permanent resident or a New Zealand citizen and meet the eligibility requirements, you will be enrolled in a Commonwealth supported place (CSP). Being enrolled in a CSP means that part of your tuition is subsidised by the Australian government, so you pay a lower fee.
If you are an eligible student enrolled in an undergraduate course, you will automatically be offered a CSP. Curtin also offers CSPs (commonwealth supported places) for a small number of postgraduate courses.
You can find out more about eligibility requirements, offers and confirming your CSP on Commonwealth supported Places and HELP loans.
CSP fees are set by the Australian Government:
2023 Commonwealth Supported Student Contribution Amounts by funding clusters [.pdf 200kB]
Professional Pathway Students
Curtin currently provides the following courses ass part of the Professional Pathway initiative:
Professional Pathway Psychology Courses
||Bachelor of Science (Psychology and Human Resource Management)
||Bachelor of Science (Psychology), Bachelor of Commerce (Human Resource Management and Industrial Relations)
||Bachelor of Science (Psychology), Bachelor of Commerce (Marketing)
||Bachelor of Psychology
||Bachelor of Laws, Bachelor of Science (Psychology)
Professional Pathway Social Work Courses
||Bachelor of Social Work
||Master of Social Work (Qualifying)
CSP Unit Completion Rates
For Domestic students in a CSP Course who are deemed as having a Low Completion Rate (LCR), and choose to continue as a full fee-paying student, the following unit fees apply:
2023 Non CSUP domestic fees [.pdf 1MB]
For more information, visit the unit completion rate requirement webpage.