All your questions answered at Curtin University's admissions workshops!
Wondering about university study, but not sure whether you got the marks, or if university study will suit you?
Curtin University runs several admissions workshops that can help you understand how to apply, and the different courses and modes of study you may be eligible for. These courses can be an invaluable resource in getting yourself where you want to go!
There are three different workshops offered:
1. Indigenous Tertiary Enabling Course – Admission Assessment Workshops
If you are thinking of studying at university but are not sure which course you'd prefer, or haven't met the prerequisites, the Indigenous Tertiary Enabling Course is designed for you.
The Indigenous Tertiary Enabling Course is a one-semester course designed to develop the capacity and skills required for university degree courses. Prospective students are invited to attend an assessment workshop. You will undertake an admissions test, and have the opportunity to learn about courses, support services and pathways available at the Centre for Aboriginal Studies
Check out the flyer here, and apply now to study in 2018.
2. Indigenous Pre-Medicine and Health Sciences Enabling Course – Admission Assessment Workshops
Interested in pursuing a pathway in Medicine or Health Sciences? Come to an admissions workshop to discover the opportunities.
The Indigenous Pre-Medicine and Health Sciences Enabling Course is a one-year course designed to provide you with the skills and confidence to pursue university education in the fields of health sciences and medicine.
At these workshops, prospective students will sit an admissions test and have the opportunity to talk to staff members about support services and pathways available at the Centre for Aboriginal Studies.
3. Block Study Mode – Admission Assessment Workshops
Apply now to attend an admission workshop and you could start your degree in 2018.
Through block study mode, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are able to obtain their degree by attending university four times a year in intensive study blocks.
Students undertake a common first semester before selecting a major in Indigenous Community Management and Development or Indigenous Community Health.
Note: The 2 October application deadline listed on some flyers is a guideline to assist students who require travel arrangements, but may be extended for individuals or local students. Please contact the Centre for Aboriginal Studies at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are unsure.