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What is a faculty?

Faculties are the primary academic divisions in which teaching and research are conducted. Curtin is divided into five discipline based study areas: Centre for Aboriginal Studies Faculty of Business and Law Faculty of Health Sciences Faculty...

Are there any rental or financial assistance programs for on-campus accommodation?

Visit our website for the latest information on special offers available for on-campus accommodation. Also, check out Curtin's scholarships website to see if you are eligible for any accommodation-related scholarships. ...

Can I study part-time?

You may be able to study part-time, undertaking as few as 25 or 50 credit points (one or two units) per semester. This reduces your weekly workload considerably but extends the duration of your course. You may also be able to change each semester, st...

What is Curtin College?

Curtin College offers diploma courses that provide a direct path into the second year of a bachelor’s degree at Curtin University. These diploma courses follow the university curriculum and unit structure, whereby students will be studying bachelor...

What subjects do I need to study at school to gain entry into Commerce?

There are no prerequisites for the Bachelor of Commerce, however you will need an English ATAR subject (or international equivalent) to meet the minimum entry requirements. We recommend choosing subjects that you enjoy, that you're good at, and that...

When do I choose my Bachelor of Commerce major?

Not sure what major or specialisation is right for you? Don't worry, we'll help you customise your degree and choose your major/specialisations during your first semester. ...

What should my child study?

Your child may become frustrated or confused when trying to choose which course they would like to study, especially as these decisions need to be made during their demanding final year of high school. Encourage them to think about what they woul...

Who can help me with deciding on a course of study?

We would first encourage you to search our course offerings by visiting our Future Students webpage. This resource will assist in providing you with a suitable course, as well as up-to-date information about the course offering, admission criteria, f...

How are high school visits requested?

If you are interested in booking an engagement experience with our Future Student Engagement team please visit our Book a School Visit page. General information for career advisors and teachers can be found on our Career advisors and Teachers page. ...

Do I need to be a business student to enrol in this specialisation?

No. Students enrolled in a course of study where the specialisation is embedded (eg: Bachelor of Commerce, Bachelor of Design, Bachelor of Innovation) can enrol. Complementary specialisations include (but are not limited to) marketing, management, de...

Will this course prepare me well for professional practice?

Yes. This course has a strong emphasis on real-world problem solving, multi-disciplinary expertise, and leverages industry-standard tools and methodologies. ...

I failed one of my UniReady in School subjects, what should I do?

It may be possible for you to repeat a unit. To discuss your options, contact UniReady on 9266 7632 or uniready@curtin.edu.au. ...

I'm not sure what to study, what are my options?

It’s OK to not know what you want study – there are so many options! Use the resources below to explore your interests and find out which courses complement your abilities and goals. Find U quiz Explore the many possibilities that could suit...

What will my personal details be used for if I enquire online?

When you submit an enquiry online to Curtin Connect, some personal information will be captured. This will include your personal contact details which will be used by specialist Customer Service Officers to contact you to assist with your enquiry. A...

Do I have to complete all four units in one semester?

No. Ideally, we recommend spacing units out across multiple semesters to ensure increased depth and integration of learning from your other courses of study. ...

Can I study at an institution that Curtin does not have an exchange agreement with?

Yes. This is considered a Study Abroad program. Under a Study Abroad program, you can attend institutions with which Curtin does not have an exchange agreement. To apply for a Study Abroad program, you are required to: apply directly to the p...

What is undergraduate study?

Undergraduate study is also referred to as post-secondary education and is normally studied at a higher education institution, such as a university. The most common type of undergraduate study is the Bachelor's degree, which typically takes three to...