Outbound enrolment is where a student remains enrolled in their principal course at Curtin and undertake units from another Australian university.
Inbound enrolment is where a student remains enrolled in their principle course in another Australian University undertakes units at Curtin.
Both universities agree to the enrolment and the student obtains credit for the units in their principal course.
If you study a unit at another university without prior agreement then your credit is not guaranteed and you will need to submit a credit for recognised learning application.
Applying for cross-institutional enrolment
Outbound: Students who have satisfactorily completed their first year of study can apply by completing a Cross-Institutional Enrolment – Outbound application form.
Inbound: Students who meet Curtin University’s English competency requirements or have successfully completed one full year of university study can apply using the following forms:
- Apply for Undergraduate Cross-institutional enrolment
- Apply for Postgraduate Cross-institutional enrolment
You may need to consider the cut-off dates published on the academic calendar.
For more information contact Curtin Connect.
Seek advice from your school or course coordinator to ensure your chosen unit matches your course needs.
You can then enrol through OUA.