Curtin offers a variety of bridging courses to help you meet the admission criteria for an undergraduate degree.
These short programs will teach you valuable study skills and equip you with the knowledge and abilities required to enter a number of Curtin courses.
|UniReady||This program can help you gain entry into a Business, Humanities or Health Sciences degree.|
|Enabling Course for Science, Engineering and Health||
This one-year course will strengthen your mathematics and science skills and prepare you for a science, engineering or health degree.
Please note: This information is correct at the time of publication. If the proposed Higher Education Reform Package is approved by the Australian Government, there may be changes to eligibility, application processes, and fees for this Enabling course.
|Bachelor of Science (Multidisciplinary Science)||Students who meet the admission criteria to the Multidisciplinary Science major, may enrol in units to facilitate entry into another Science or Engineering course of their choice.|
|Indigenous Tertiary Enabling Course||If you're of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent, this course can equip you with the skills, knowledge and confidence to complete a bachelor degree at Curtin.|
|Indigenous Pre-Medicine and Health Sciences Enabling Course||If you’re of Aboriginal of Torres Strait Islander descent, this course can prepare you for entry into health sciences courses, including medicine.|
|English Language Enabling Course||This course will help develop your English language proficiency in order for you to meet Curtin's literacy requirement.|
|Health Sciences Graduate Entry Foundation Course||This course enables domestic students who have completed their undergraduate degree within a different field to complete essential pre-requisite undergraduate level units for entry into approved postgraduate programs such as Curtin’s Graduate Entry Master (GEM) courses.
Visit the Future Students website to find out more ways you can qualify for entry into Curtin.
The information on this page is intended for Australian citizens and permanent residents only. All international students should refer to Curtin International for further information as some information contained on this page may not be applicable to you.