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This information is designed to help you give your child informed guidance about the scholarship application process at Curtin.
There are a large number of scholarships available for commencing students.
The website’s advanced search function allows you to search for scholarships that are applicable for your child.
To receive regular updates on the scholarships that match your selected criteria, sign up for the scholarships email alert. You will receive a notification when the relevant scholarships are open for application with a link to the web page and application form.
21 July 2019 (Curtin Open Day)
Most scholarships close on 15 November 2019, with the exception of the John Curtin Scholarship Program Scholarships which close 18 September 2019.
Note: The Curtin Excellence Scholarship is based on eligibility only and does not require an application.
23 December 2019 for students commencing 2020.
John Curtin Scholarship Program outcomes are released early in November.
All successful and unsuccessful applicants will be notified of the outcome of their application via the email they have provided through TISC.
Yes! There are a number of scholarships specifically for students who are relocating from a regional area to study at Curtin.
Further information about these scholarships can be found here.
There are a number of merit based scholarships available for high achieving students.
The Curtin Excellence Scholarship is available to students who have received an ATAR of 96 or above and have met the scholarship criteria.
The prestigious John Curtin Scholarship Program offers scholarships to exceptional students who reflect the qualities of John Curtin, one of Australia’s great Prime Ministers. These qualities are: vision, leadership and community service. This program includes the John Curtin Undergraduate Scholarship and the Julia Gillard Women in Leadership Scholarship.
For information about the other merit based scholarships available, go to the filter search here.
The StepUp Bonus grants an adjustment factor of five additional ATAR points based on their high school, making applicants eligible to be considered for admission into Curtin courses. If your child is eligible for the StepUp Bonus, their ATAR will be adjusted accordingly.
This bonus is considered with the Curtin Excellence Scholarship.
To see if your child is eligible, visit the website https://futurestudents.curtin.edu.au/undergraduate/pathways/stepup/ or email Curtin’s Admissions Office on email@example.com
Students may only receive one scholarship offer in an offer round. If they qualify for two scholarships, they will be offered the scholarship of higher value.
There are also a large range of scholarships available for students once they become a current Curtin student. These scholarships open in October each year and close in March. Further information about these scholarships can be found on the scholarships website.
Offers for the Principal’s Recommendation Award are released on 23 December.
The Principal’s Recommendation Award is funded through Curtin. Students who are nominated by their high school must meet the eligibility criteria in order to receive an offer for the Award.
Students who receive an offer for the Curtin Excellence Scholarship and were also nominated for the Principal’s Recommendation Award will only receive an offer for the Curtin Excellence Scholarship.
For a list of frequently asked scholarship questions, please see the website here.
For general enquiries, you can call Curtin Connect 1300 222 888.
For scholarship specific enquiries, you can call Scholarships on 9266 2992 or email firstname.lastname@example.org