Making the decision

Many students are unsure about which subjects to choose. The most important thing is to pick subjects that you’re interested in and capable of doing. Never choose a subject just because it scales well.

Need help deciding what to study?

1. Think

Think about your interests and career aspirations. Browse our study areas for ideas. You’ll find some career suggestions and Curtin courses that relate to those careers.

2. Ask

Talk to your family, friends and career advisers about your plans and get feedback from people you may know who work in your area of interest.

3. Attend

Attend career expos and Curtin’s Open Day and look out for information sessions.

4. Explore

Explore the web and printed material for information on career choices, pathways and courses.

5. Talk

Call, visit or email Curtin’s Future Student Services.

Curtin’s Future Student Services

This is a great place to start if you have questions about studying at Curtin and what you need to do to get into a course that interests you. Course advisers are available on the phone or email, or you can come in for a face-to-face conversation. The Future Students team also host information sessions throughout the year and may give a presentation at your school.

Have any questions about courses, admission criteria, bridging and enabling courses or anything else Curtin related? We can answer it.