You are required to meet the University's minimum level of entry. Entry is competitive and levels higher than the minimum may be required for admission to some courses.
All courses are taught in English and applicants must demonstrate competence in English by meeting Curtin's English language requirements.
Academic entry requirements
- 2013 academic entry requirements by country
- University guidelines for the certification of documents
English language entry requirements
Please note: each course also has specific entry requirements you must satisfy. Visit the courses website for individual course requirements.
Courses leading to a first qualification, such as a bachelor degree award, are referred to as undergraduate courses. Bachelor degrees are three or four years in duration.
Curtin offers a number of double degree courses. In such courses, students study combined programs from two compatible courses and complete the requirements for two degrees in less time than it would normally take to complete the two degrees separately. Curtin double degrees are prestigious awards. They require more work than a single degree, but the rewards and career opportunities upon completion are much greater.
As a natural extension to a bachelor degree, Curtin offers honours programs in most areas. A year of honours study is made up of coursework at an advanced level and research or project work. In some courses, honours is part of the final year of the degree.
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** Any information regarding entry requirements as seen in Curtin's brochures are accurate at the time of publication but subject to change. Prospective students are advised to check specific admission and English requirements via the courses website prior to making application to the University.