At the end of each semester we check your academic progress to make sure you’re meeting the requirements of your course.
Academic progression requirements include:
If you’re a research student, you will complete an annual progress review to make sure you’re on track to meet your degree requirements.
If you haven’t met your academic progression requirements at the end of a semester, you will be placed on the academic progression register. We highly recommend you attend a Staying on Track session to help with your progression.
We also recommend that you speak with an academic adviser in your faculty if you’re worried about your academic progress during semester. You can also seek help and advice from a range of support services at the University, such as the Counselling and Psychological Services and Disability Services.
If you don’t agree with a decision about your academic progress, you can make an appeal.
If you’re an international student and are not meeting your course requirements, the University is required to notify the Department of Immigration and Border Protection. If you’re worried about your academic progress, contact our international compliance officers.
All units of study offered by the Business School can only be undertaken three times. If you fail a compulsory or core unit three times, you cannot meet your degree requirements and you will need to withdraw from your program or be excluded from further study within the Business School.
To arrange an appointment to discuss your academic progression, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Find more information on Staying on track.
If you fail a unit of study, you need to repeat it at the earliest opportunity.
If you fail two clinical or professional fieldwork units of study, you’ll be required to meet with the Associate Dean, Work Integrated Learning, to discuss your enrolment options.
Academic advisers may prescribe an enrolment plan if you’re repeating failed units of study, taking into account the non-standard study load and timetable difficulties.