The COVID-19 pandemic and the safety measures that have been taken to contain the spread have created serious concerns for many parents and secondary school students. With the announcement of the cancellation of the international board examinations and the international travel restrictions, there are many questions about how to get admission to universities and whether students will be able to travel internationally, to start their university studies.
To put parents and students at ease, at Curtin University, including the Dubai campus, admissions requirements have been adjusted to address the current reality. Students may now enrol based on projected board marks or the marks from their final year of secondary school. As English testing is also not easily accessible, Curtin offers a fully online English proficiency exam.
For international students wishing to study at Curtin Dubai, fully interactive online classes are available so students can enrol and begin their studies now, and travel to the UAE when restrictions are lifted.
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