Curtin University

The Curtin ATAR Achievement Scholarship has been developed to encourage Year 12 ATAR students to strive and reach their full potential in their final year of studies. The scholarship will reward applicants who achieve an ATAR 3 points higher than their predicted ATAR, based on year 11 studies, and who want to pursue study at Curtin University.

Application forms are not required, students apply by selecting an eligible Curtin course through TISC as their first preference.

Student type
Future Students


  • Centre for Aboriginal Studies
  • Faculty of Business and Law
  • Faculty of Health Sciences
  • Faculty of Humanities
  • Faculty of Science & Engineering
    • Science courses
    • Engineering courses
    • Western Australian School of Mines (WASM) 

Course type

Specifically for
Year twelve students

Australian Citizen
Australian Permanent Resident
New Zealand Citizen
Permanent Humanitarian Visa

Scholarship base
Merit Based

The Curtin ATAR Achievement Scholarship will provide the following support:
A total value of $3,000 paid as a cash stipend of $1,500 per study period for up to one year.

Note: Any student who achieves an ATAR above 96 will automatically receive the Excellence Scholarship which is of higher value.

2025 AVCAT Scholarship and Long Tan Bursary

The AVCAT scholarships including the Long Tan Bursary, are tertiary scholarships for the children and grandchildren of Australian ex-serving veterans.

These scholarships are worth between $4,000 and $6,000 per year for three years. 

Applications open on August 18 2024, and close midnight AEDT on 31 October 2024.