To study at Curtin, you must meet Curtin University’s admission standards, including academic requirements, course prerequisites and English language requirements.
If you want to apply for an undergraduate course, you must satisfy academic entry requirements and English language competency requirements. You must also meet specific course prerequisites.
Entry is competitive and you may need to achieve scores higher than the minimum requirements for admission to some courses. You can apply to Curtin before you take your final high school exams.
Academic entry requirements by country
Each country has its own education system and testing. The Academic entry requirements by country (PDF) table can help you to work out which qualifications you need to be eligible for a course at Curtin.
If you are interested in a postgraduate course, you must have completed a degree from a recognised university and show proficiency in the English language. You may also be required to meet specific course prerequisites.
Some courses may have additional entry criteria such as an interview, providing a portfolio, having police clearance, holding a first aid certificate or obtaining a Working with Children Check.
If you don’t meet the University’s minimum entry requirements for your chosen course, consider taking a study program with Curtin English, Curtin College or Uniready International to help you to obtain the prerequisites you need.