UniReady Enabling Program
You can now apply online for UniReady Enabling program. Applications are open for second semester 2013, and close 29 July 2013.
Entry into science courses
If you're interested in studying a science-based course at university, the Enabling Course for Science, Engineering and Health may be suitable for you.
It's a one-year course that will give you a solid understanding of science and maths, and can help you qualify for Pharmacy, Physiotherapy, Speech Pathology, Engineering and other science degrees.
If you want to meet the entry requirements for a bachelor degree at Curtin, this short program can help.
UniReady is free to Australian and New Zealand citizens, and Australian permanent residents. It's designed to help you gain entry into Curtin's minimum ATAR undergraduate courses in Humanities, Business and Health Sciences.
UniReady is for you if you:
- narrowly missed out on Curtin's minimum ATAR; or
- completed year 12 but did not take WACE exams; or
- completed TAFE studies at a certificate IV level; or
- are a mature age student
The program aims to develop your independent learning skills in preparation for university-level study. It can be studied online during semester one or two, or if you're in year 12 you can complete it on-campus during the summer.
After successfully completing the program, a 'notional' ATAR will be calculated from your results. Your score isn't considered an official ATAR because it isn't awarded through WACE, but it's recognised by Curtin and TISC as meeting the university's minimum entry requirements.
Semester two: online
This six-month program is available fully online which includes live web conferencing support sessions. You'll need reliable access to the internet, with broadband preferable.
If you wish to study part-time, you can complete it over two semesters.
Applications are now open, and you can apply online.
Applications close 29 July 2013.
More about the program
Applicants will be assessed on a case-by-case basis. Study plans may vary from student to student. An academic advisor will enrol you in up to 100 credits, selected from the following units:
|300443||Academic Writing 013||25|
|313974||Applying Mathematics 013||25|
|Select one option from below:|
|300453||Introduction to the Humanities 013||25|
|300458||Introduction to Commerce 013||25|
|313973||Introduction to the Health Sciences 013||25|
For full details see the UniReady course overview
Courses UniReady students can apply for
|3D Design (BA)||Portfolio Presentation|
|Anthropology and Sociology (BA)||N/A|
|Architectural Science (BAppSc)||N/A|
|Art and Design Studies (BA)||Portfolio Presentation|
|Arts (Early Education) (BA (Early Ed))||N/A|
|Arts/Commerce (BA/BCom) (double degree)||N/A|
|Asian Studies (BA)||N/A|
|Business Administration (BBA)||N/A|
|Commerce (BCom) - Online||N/A|
|Creative Advertising and Graphic Design (BA)||Portfolio Presentation|
|Creative Writing (BA)||N/A|
|Digital Design (BA)||Portfolio Presentation|
|Early Childhood Education (BEd)||N/A|
|Exercise; Sports and Rehabilitation Science (BSc)||N/A|
|Fashion (BA)||Portfolio Presentation|
|Fine Art (BA)||Portfolio Presentation|
|Food Science and Technology (BSc)||N/A|
|Geography (Sustainable Development) (BA)||N/A|
|Health Information Management (BSc)||N/A|
|Health Promotion (BSc)||N/A|
|Health Promotion/Health and Safety (BSc/BSc) (double degree)||N/A|
|Health Sciences (BSc)||N/A|
|Health, Safety and Environment (BSc)||N/A|
|Human Biology Preclinical (BSc)||N/A|
|Indigenous Australian Cultural Studies (BA)||N/A|
|Interior Architecture (BA)||N/A|
|International Relations (BA)||N/A|
|Internet Communications (BA)||N/A|
|Laboratory Medicine (BSc)||N/A|
|Librarianship and Corporate Information Management (BA)||N/A|
|Literary and Cultural Studies (BA)||N/A|
|Mass Communication (BA)||N/A|
|Molecular Genetics and Biotechnology (BSc)||N/A|
|Nursing (BSc) (General)||N/A|
|Performance Studies (BA)||N/A|
|Photography and Illustration Design (BA)||Portfolio Presentation|
|Primary Education (BEd)||N/A|
|Professional Writing and Publishing (BA)||N/A|
|Psychology/Commerce (Human Resource Management and Industrial Relations) (BSc/BCom) (double degree)||N/A|
|Screen Arts (BA)||N/A|
|Secondary Education (BEd)||N/A|
|Social Work (BSc)||N/A|
|Urban and Regional Planning (BA)||N/A|
|Visualisation Technologies (BA)||N/A|