Find out what university will cost
Curtin offers Commonwealth-supported undergraduate places to students who meet our entrance requirements. Read about tuition fees and available loan schemes to assist you with the cost of uni.
Information about the Higher Education Reform
Curtin University is currently working through what the Higher Education Reform will mean for current and future students. To keep up to date with changes as they occur, please view the Higher Education Reform – Student FAQ website.
You can also use Curtin’s Fees Calculator to view the current indicative cost of your desired course for 2017. Alternatively, you can view the ‘Fees’ tab on the course information page for your course of interest to see an indicative first year cost.
Find out about SSAF
The Student Services and Amenities Fee (SSAF) is where universities charge for student services and non-academic amenities.
Alongside your tuition fees, there may be other costs associated with study, such as textbooks, lab equipment or field trips. Find out more information about incidental costs.
Fees @ Curtin
Fees @ Curtin provides students with information about course fees and assistance, refunds, and how to make payments.Visit Fees @ Curtin
Planning your budget
Before starting your studies, you will need to start planning your budget for your weekly living expenses.Read more about budgetary advice