Similar to other universities, Curtin have announced they will open applications early and expand admission pathways to support year 12 students affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Curtin has worked with TISC to open applications from 18 May 2020, so that year 12 students can apply early and then focus on their studies.
Acknowledging that it’s been a difficult year financially for many people, Curtin are also refunding the TISC application fee. Any applicant who applies to TISC before 1 October with Curtin as their first preference, and who receives and accepts an offer will have their application fee refunded.
Year 12 students who are currently on the ATAR pathway are encouraged to continue with their studies, including sitting their final WACE exams.
Predicted ATAR entry
Students can apply using a predicted ATAR provided by the school (if available) or simply upload their Year 11 report when they apply via TISC and Curtin will calculate a predicted ATAR.
Students who have Curtin as their first preference on TISC will hear from the admissions team shortly, usually within seven days, with either a conditional offer or personalised advice on the best pathway for them.
Students who would rather wait can apply later in the year, just like always.
In addition, you might be eligible for alternative pathways including portfolio entry, bridging courses or the newly created Access Curtin.
Curtin understands students and parents may have many questions at this time. You can subscribe to receive Curtin’s email updates or book a phone appointment with one of the Future Students team.
Student services at North Lake is here to help if you want to discuss which pathway is right for you.