Curtin’s scholarship program rewards academic excellence, supports meaningful research and enables students from all backgrounds to realise their potential.

What is a scholarship?

A scholarship is a sum of money or other financial assistance given to students to support their study, which is not a loan. The money is given to you as long as you fulfil key requirements such as academic performance, work experience or volunteer commitments.

Who is eligible?

Curtin offers a range of scholarships for students who are:

  • from low-income backgrounds
  • from Indigenous backgrounds
  • high achievers
  • from regional areas
  • studying specific courses

Each program has different eligibility criteria, application processes and closing dates.

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