There are several sources of financial assistance available to undergrad and postgrad students. You may be eligible for HECS-HELP or browse through available scholarships to find out if you qualify.
Curtin’s scholarship program rewards academic excellence, supports meaningful research and enables students from all backgrounds to realise their potential.
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Sponsored students have their tuition fees paid by an external organisation, such as an employer.
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Curtin University and the federal government can provide financial assistance to help you to cover some of the costs associated with university study. There are several schemes available to students.
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There are several costs to consider before you start your application. We can help you plan your budget and provide information on how much your course will cost.
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A Curtin student – one of six of the University’s students selected for the 2019 New Colombo Plan (NCP) Scholarships – has been recognised as a NCP Sri Lanka Fellow tasked with becoming an ambassador for the international program.
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Opening hours: Please visit our Curtin Connect Future Students page for these details including our extended hours over the holiday period.
Phone: 1300 222 888