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Apply direct to Curtin for 2023

It’s not too late to apply for first semester.

Applications are still open to start studying at Curtin in first semester, 2023.

Whatever your dream career, we’re here to help you find your place at Curtin.

Apply directly to Curtin online – applications close 19 February.

Here’s what happens next

If you’ve received a TISC second round offer or still need to apply, keep reading to find out what steps you should take next to progress your application and join Curtin in 2023.

Apply direct to Curtin

Direct entry applications for 2023 are open from 16 January – 19 February 2023.

There are no further TISC rounds for first semester 2023, however select courses are open for you to apply until 19 February. Search our courses to find out more and start your direct application today!

Follow these steps to submit your application to Curtin.

  1. Choose a course
  2. Check the admission criteria and application deadlines.
  3. Have your supporting documentation on hand, and ensure it meets our guidelines.
  4. Click “Apply now” on the course page and follow the prompts.

If you’d like some help with applying or information on pathways and courses, please contact Curtin Admissions and our friendly staff will be able to assist you.

What about prerequisites?

If you didn’t achieve a scaled score of at least 50 for a prerequisite subject, consider applying for an alternative course such as Multidisciplinary Science, Health Sciences or the UniReady Enabling Program and then switch to your preferred course at a later date.

Apply for special consideration

If your ATAR was compromised by circumstances beyond your control, you may be eligible for special consideration.

If your ATAR was lower than expected

If you didn’t receive your first preference offer because of your ATAR, apply for an alternative course where it looks like you’ll meet the required ATAR, such as Multidisciplinary Science, Health Sciences, Commerce or Arts. These courses are also available for Access Curtin entry.

Didn’t meet Curtin’s English competency requirement?

The UniReady Enabling program can help you qualify for entry into a range of undergraduate courses. When you complete the program, you will fulfil Curtin’s minimum admission criteria of a 70 ATAR and English language proficiency.

Accept your offer

If you’re happy with your offer and ready to start studying in first semester, follow the link in your offer email to accept and begin your Curtin journey!

Defer your place

If you’re happy with your offer but want to take a break before starting uni, you can defer your place! Just follow the prompts in your OASIS student account.

Don’t worry, you still have options

If you’ve received an offer for your second preference or lower, you may consider accepting this offer and then applying to switch into a different course at a later time. Or you may prefer to defer your offer and commence study in a later study period.

There are no further TISC rounds for semester one 2023, however select courses are open for you to apply direct to Curtin until 19 February.

If you’ve changed your mind and would like to apply for a different course, search our courses to find out more and start your direct application today!

If your ATAR was lower than expected

If you didn’t receive your first preference offer because of your ATAR, apply for an alternative course where it looks like you’ll meet the required ATAR, such as Multidisciplinary Science, Health Sciences, Commerce or Arts. These courses are also available for Access Curtin entry.

What about prerequisites?

If you didn’t achieve a scaled score of at least 50 for a prerequisite subject, consider applying for an alternative course such as Multidisciplinary Science, Health Sciences or the UniReady Enabling Program and then switch to your preferred course at a later date.

Apply for special consideration

If your ATAR was compromised by circumstances beyond your control, you may be eligible for special consideration.

Didn’t meet Curtin’s English competency requirement?

The UniReady Enabling program can help you qualify for entry into a range of undergraduate courses. When you complete the program, you will fulfil Curtin’s minimum admission criteria of a 70 ATAR and English language proficiency.