Attendance on campus is strictly limited to permitted workers and exempt students; face masks must be worn at all times. If unwell, get tested and do not come to campus. View our latest COVID-19 updates.
You can request a Course progression check from one of our skilled course advisers. If you have any specific questions about a unit or major, please include this in the "Your request" section.
If you need advice on course planning or enrolment assistance, you can make an appointment with one of our course advisers. Please note these appointments are currently available in Australian Eastern Daylight Time (AEDT).
Because of Australian Government restrictions on social movements and workplaces in response to COVID-19, our student drop-in service is suspended until further notice.
We are trialing a virtual drop-in service for students to meet with our student service team for a face-to-face appointment.
To secure your spot, and to avoid having to pay late fees, please re-enrol before the closing date. It is important to enrol in your full enrolment load so that there are no delays in being able to register for tutorials.
To ensure you re-enrol correctly, please familiarise yourself with your course progression requirements and unit information.
To complete a course, you need to pass enough units to meet a set number of credit points. We measure your enrolment load in credit points per academic year.
The standard undergraduate study load per year is 48 credit points (24 credit points per semester), however you can apply to complete more or less.
Overloading is to enrol in more than the standard number of units in each year. It is usually limited to students who have completed 48 credit points in one calendar year and have achieved a 60% credit average or higher in the previous year.
Student eligibility to underload and associate impact may vary depending on your enrolment and citizenship status. Click the learn more button below for detailed information and how to apply.
If you discontinue a unit after certain dates it can affect your fees and academic record. The following teaching period has non-standard discontinuation dates. Please note the dates below for the ‘withdrawn late' and census dates.
It’s your responsibility to make sure you meet the course requirements outlined in your handbook – otherwise you won’t be eligible to graduate. The handbook from the year you commenced your studies has a map outlining all the units required to complete your course.
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