What’s your pathway to Curtin?

People start university courses at different points in their lives. Not everybody can, or wants, to go to university straight after high school, so university classes are made up of people from all ages and backgrounds. Advancing your career, re-training for a new career, getting back into the workforce or joining the workforce for the first time could all be reasons behind your decision to start university now.

So if you’re thinking about going to university, but you’ve had some time away from study or you’re not sure if you qualify, don’t worry – there are many different ways to gain entry into a Curtin course.

Pathway Options

Portfolio entry into some humanities, science, business and health sciences courses

Portfolio entry allows you to demonstrate your previous experience, aptitude and qualifications which could help you qualify for select courses in humanities, science, business and health sciences. Learn more about portfolio entry.

Indigenous Enabling Courses

If you’re of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent, the Indigenous Tertiary Enabling Course can equip you with the skills, knowledge and confidence to complete a bachelor degree at Curtin. If you’re interested in studying areas of health or medicine at Curtin then you can apply for our Indigenous Pre-Medicine and Health Sciences Enabling course. Learn more about applying to Curtin.

Curtin College

Curtin College offers courses designed to prepare you for entry into the second year of several Curtin bachelor degrees.

Not a domestic student? There are also alternative entry pathways for international students.

UniReady Enabling Program

The UniReady Enabling Program is a one-semester program that can help you gain entry into a Business, Humanities or Health Sciences degree.

Find out if portfolio entry into Curtin is right for you!

Portfolio entry enables you to submit a portfolio that demonstrates equivalence to Curtin’s ATAR and shows your potential to succeed in your chosen field.

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At Curtin you’ll study a course that’s applied, innovative and grounded in the real world.

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