UniReady Enabling Program

Successfully completing this short entry pathway program can qualify you for a range of undergraduate degrees at Curtin – and you can study it on campus, fully online, or a combination of both.

About UniReady

About UniReady Enabling Program

UniReady is free to Australian and New Zealand citizens, and Australian permanent residents. It’s designed to help you gain entry into a range of Health Sciences, Humanities or Curtin Business School undergraduate courses.

UniReady is for you if you meet at least one of the following criteria:

  • missed out on Curtin’s minimum ATAR; or
  • completed year 12 but did not take WACE exams or equivalent; or
  • did not successfully complete your high school studies; or
  • are undertaking or completed vocational studies and now want to come to University; or
  • are a mature age student (20 years or older).

UniReady semester one and two

UniReady is a one-semester (12 weeks, plus orientation and exam week) program offered in first and second semester, either on campus at Bentley, fully online, or a combination of both.

Please note:

  • Applicants must be past the compulsory school age as defined by the Western Australian School Education Act 1999 in the year they wish to study in the UniReady Enabling Program.
  • Australian and New Zealand students must be resident in Australia for the duration of at least one unit.

Study through UniReady

Study through UniReady

The UniReady Enabling Program aims to develop your independent learning skills and prepare you for university study. The program incorporates a high degree of flexibility and responsiveness that caters to students with a wide range of educational backgrounds, ages and experiences.

How will this program help me get into Curtin?

When you complete the program successfully, you’ll be able to apply for entry to certain undergraduate courses at Curtin. When you apply, a ‘notional’ ATAR (Australian Tertiary Admission Rank) will be calculated from your final grades. This means you’ll fulfil Curtin’s minimum entrance requirements of an ATAR of 70 and English competency.

Your score isn’t considered an official ATAR because it’s not awarded through WACE, but it’s recognised by Curtin and TISC as meeting the University’s minimum entry requirements.

How much will it cost?

There are no course fees for UniReady and you won’t be charged per unit. But you are expected to buy essential study materials such as stationery and a calculator, and have access to a reliable internet connection.

How do I complete the program?

The program consists of four units (100 credits) and you must pass each unit to successfully complete the program. You need to enrol in two core units and choose two units from the four optional units:

Unit codeUnit nameCredits
PWRP0001Fundamentals of Academic Writing25
COMS0002Foundations of Communication25
SELECT TWO OPTIONS (see below)50
TOTAL 100
Optional units to select from
HUMN0001Introduction to Humanities25
MGMT0001Introduction to Commerce25
BIOL0001Introduction to Health Sciences25
MATH0003Applying Mathematics25

Your optional unit should relate to your preferred undergraduate course. For example, if you want to study a degree from the Health Sciences faculty, you should complete the Introduction to Health Sciences unit.

Courses this can lead to

Courses UniReady can lead to

The UniReady Enabling Program may help you qualify for entry into some Curtin undergraduate courses – see the list below.

If you’re not sure if UniReady will qualify you for a particular course as it’s not listed, contact the course’s faculty to determine the requirements.

If you’re interested in studying science at Curtin (other than a Health Sciences course), contact the Faculty of Science and Engineering for information about their enabling programs. See Science and Engineering Alternative Pathways or phone (08) 9266 1000.

Curtin Business School

Health Sciences

Course codeCourse name
B-HLPROMHealth Promotion (Bachelor of Science)
BB-HPRHSFHealth Promotion and Health and Safety Double Degree (Bachelor of Science)
B-HLTHSCHealth Sciences (Bachelor of Science)
B-HLSFENVHealth, Safety and Environment (Bachelor of Science)
B-HUMBPCHuman Biology Preclinical (Bachelor of Science)
B-MOLGENMolecular Genetics and Biotechnology (Bachelor of Science)
B-NURSNursing (Bachelor of Science)
Please note: admission to the Nursing course is subject to a quota. Only a few UniReady students may be accepted directly into Nursing each semester. To be considered for Nursing after UniReady you must meet certain requirements, such as achieving an average of at least 70% in the Introduction to Health Sciences unit. These requirements may change. If you are interested in Nursing please email UniReady for detailed information about the requirements and your options if you do not meet them.
B-PSYCHPsychology (Bachelor of Psychology)
B-PSYCHRMPsychology and Human Resource Management Double Degree (Bachelor of Science, Bachelor of Commerce)
B-SCWKSocial Work (Bachelor of Social Work)

Humanities

Course codeCourse name
MJRU-THRDEProduct, Furniture and Jewellery Design (Bachelor of Arts)
MJRU-ANTSOAnthropology and Sociology (Bachelor of Arts)
B-ARCHArchitecture (Bachelor of Applied Science)
BB-ARTCOMArts and Commerce Double Degree (Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Commerce)
MJRU-CHNSEChinese (Bachelor of Arts)
MJRU-CRAGDCreative Advertising and Graphic Design (Bachelor of Arts)
MJRU-CRWRICreative Writing (Bachelor of Arts)
MJRU-DIGDEDigital Design (Bachelor of Arts)
B-EDECEarly Childhood Education (Bachelor of Education)
MJRU-FASHNFashion (Bachelor of Arts)
MJRU-FNARTFine Art (Bachelor of Arts)
MJRU-GEOGRGeography (Bachelor of Arts)
MJRU-HISTRHistory (Bachelor of Arts)
B-INTARCHInterior Architecture (Bachelor of Arts) - (an interview may be required as part of your application - learn more)
MJRU-INTRLInternational Relations (Bachelor of Arts)
MJRU-NETCMInternet Communications (Bachelor of Arts)
MJRU-JAPANJapanese (Bachelor of Arts)
MJRU-JOURNJournalism (Bachelor of Arts)
MJRU-LIBSHLibrarianship and Corporate Information Management (Bachelor of Arts)
MJRU-LITCULiterary and Cultural Studies (Bachelor of Arts)
B-MASCOMSMass Communication (Bachelor of Arts)
MJRU-PERFSTheatre Arts (Bachelor of Arts)
MJRU-PHILLPhotography and Illustration Design (Bachelor of Arts)
B-EDPRPrimary Education (Bachelor of Education)
MJRU-PRWRPProfessional Writing and Publishing (Bachelor of Arts)
MJRU-SCARTScreen Arts (Bachelor of Arts)
B-EDSCSecondary Education (Bachelor of Education)
B-URPLANUrban and Regional Planning (Bachelor of Arts)
MJRU-VISTCVisualisation Interactive Media (Bachelor of Arts)

How to apply and complete your eProfile

All applicants will need to apply via TISC as well as complete an eProfile. Please visit the TISC website to find out how to apply.

Please note, your application will only be considered if you complete both the TISC application and the eProfile. It is advised that you complete both as soon as you can.

If you have any issues with the TISC application please contact TISC directly, as they are separate from UniReady and will be able to provide you the most accurate advice.

For the exact closing dates and application fees, visit the TISC calendar.

Applications open: 4 July 2016
Applications close: 23 January 2017*

*Please note, TISC considers applications received after September 30th to be late, so if you apply after then further fees will apply. We recommend you apply as soon as possible.

Orientation Week: 20 – 24 February 2017
Semester 1 commences: 27 February 2017

For more information about semester dates please refer to the Academic Calendar.

Semester One, 2017 eProfile

The eProfile consists of multiple choice questions and two short answer questions. In order to complete the e-Profile you must have a TISC ID number. Please ensure the TISC ID number and personal information you provide is accurate or we will not be able to accept your application.

Submit your eProfile

If you have any issues with the e-Profile, please contact UniReady as soon as possible by emailing UniReady@curtin.edu.au (including a screenshot of your issue if possible) or calling 9266 7632.

Contact us

Contact us

UniReady Enabling Program
Phone: +61 8 9266 7632
Fax: +61 8 9266 1734
Email: uniready@curtin.edu.au

Visit us

We’re located in Building 603, 6 Sarich Way, Technology Park, Bentley – see Google map. You can also download the Lost On Campus app for your phone. This can be downloaded from your phone’s app store; just search for ‘lost on campus’. Follow the prompts to register.

The Curtin Access Bus Service (CABS) is available during semester. CABS is free and is restricted to Curtin students and staff. This service operates on Monday to Friday during the normal semester weeks.

UniReady opening hours are 9.00 am to 4.30 pm, Monday to Friday.

Postal address

UniReady Enabling Program
Curtin Teaching and Learning
GPO Box U1987
Perth Western Australia 6845

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