Curtin College has a growing cohort of Australian citizens and permanent residents who choose to come through Curtin College in the first instance to guide them on track to their Curtin Degree.
Curtin College is for domestic students who:
Applications can be made at any time; however it is advisable that they be completed with sufficient time proceeding the Orientation day of the elected course and intake. Successful applicants will be issued a Letter of Offer within one working day of receiving a completed application. Before completing your application, please read the information on the Local Students web page and the Course Guide carefully.
Alternatively, you can apply in person calling the College on 9266 4888 to make an appointment, or download an application form and submit your application and documents to Curtin College at firstname.lastname@example.org
To accept the offer of a place, please complete and sign the Letter of Acceptance form. Send or fax the form to Curtin College at the time of making payment of the stipulated fees (as outlined in your Letter of Offer).
Your Letter of Offer outlines the:
Students eligible to use FEE-HELP will also need to complete a FEE-HELP form and Questionnaire. For further details please refer to the FEE-HELP section.
FEE-HELP is an Australian Government loan scheme that assists eligible fee-paying students to pay part of, or all of their tuition fees. For more information on FEE-HELP loan fee visit this link.
As an approved Higher Education provider, Curtin College is eligible to offer FEE-HELP places for its Diploma programs (university level units). Certificate IV Tertiary Preparation Program and Tertiary Access Program units are not covered by FEE-HELP and fees for these units must be paid up front.
Australian citizens and holders of permanent humanitarian visas are eligible for FEE-HELP assistance.
The following students are NOT eligible for FEE-HELP and must pay their fees upfront:
New Zealand Citizens
Permanent visa holders (other than holders of a permanent humanitarian visa)
To view course fees, click here.
Eligible students who have applied to the College for a Diploma program and wish to pay for part or all of their tuition fees through FEE-HELP must read the FEE-HELP Information booklet below and complete the FEE-HELP Questionnaire and Application form provided with the Letter of Offer. These forms must be completed and returned with your signed Letter of Acceptance.
Payments should be made in Australian dollars to Curtin College by bank cheque or international bank draft. Payment can also be made by direct bank transfer to:
Account name: Curtin College Full Fee
Students Account Bank name: Westpac Banking Corporation
Branch address: Westpac Institutional Bank, 109 St Georges Terrace, Perth, WA 6000
Account no: 773892
SWIFT code: WPACAU2S
Please include your full student name on every transmission.
We accept Visa, MasterCard and Bankcard credit cards and also EFTPOS debit cards from our office in Perth. Credit Card payments will incur a 1.5% surcharge.
Eligible Curtin College graduates will be offered a Commonwealth Supported place in Year 2 of their chosen Bachelor degree at Curtin University, subject to meeting progression rules and entry requirements.
Unit fees are charged by Curtin University in accordance with the Higher Education Support Act 2003 and vary from course to course. For detailed information on fee schedules visit the Curtin Fees Centre at www.fees.curtin.edu.au.