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Turn your career plans into reality at Curtin

Whether you want to change the world of business, build a more sustainable future or devote yourself to caring for others, it all starts with an undergraduate degree from Curtin University.

Your undergraduate degree study options

Full-time vs. part-time study

If you choose full-time study, you’ll study 3 or 4 units per semester and have a definitive endpoint to your course, helping you to plan for the future. You can complete most bachelor degrees in 3 or 4 years of full-time study.

If you study part-time, you can reduce your workload to just one or two units per semester. Studying part-time is a great way to maintain a healthy work-life balance, especially if you’re busy. Part-time study will extend the duration of your course.

Flexible degrees

Curtin offers double degrees and honours degrees across a wide range of study areas: business and law, health sciences, humanities, science and engineering.

Studying your course online

Some courses can be studied fully or partly online. These offer interactive educational experiences that get you the same degree as if you studied on campus, and you can still learn and socialise with other students. Our iLecture system also gives you access to recordings of your unit lectures.

Accessing help and support

You will always be supported by our course advisors, our range of health and wellbeing services and our student advisors.

How to apply

Don’t want to wait?
Many of our courses are available for mid-year entry. That means that you can start studying as early as this July! Just choose your preferred start date when you apply. Applications for mid-year entry close Friday 14 July.

Start studying in semester 1, 2024
You can apply from Monday 1 May to start studying with us in 2024. If you’re currently completing year 12, you may be eligible for an early offer to help you secure a place before you even receive your ATAR.

Learn how to apply