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Have you provided your Unique Student Identifier?

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If you are domestic student who commenced study after 1 January 2021, and wish to be eligible for either a Commonwealth supported place (CSP) or FEE-HELP, you must submit your Unique Student Identifier (known as a USI) to Curtin. Please note that you USI is not the same as your Curtin Student ID number.

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Your USI is yours for life and you can use it to log into the USI Registry’s Student Portal to check or update your USI account details at any time.

Applying for a USI is fast and free, and you keep the same USI for life. You can apply for a USI in five minutes.

If you have studied a VET course any time from 1 January 2015 onwards, including while at secondary school, it is most likely you already have a USI.

Until a valid USI is received by the University you will receive a USI sanction that restricts:

  • Viewing of results
  • Obtaining official documents
  • Further enrolments

If you have received a USV sanction, this means that you have supplied a USI which did not pass the validation checks with the USI registry. Ensure that the USI you supplied is active and correct. You can do this by checking your account details through the USI Student Portal.

You can submit your USI to Curtin by following the steps below:

  1. Login to OASIS.
  2. Click on the eStudent tile.
  3. Click the Submit USI/Personal Details tab on the left hand side.
  4. Enter your USI details and click Submit.