Key dates for current students

Most online graduate courses are taught across four terms per year, rather than two semesters. Make sure you are familiar with the key dates.

Term Applications Close Pre-teaching period Deadline to self enrol Teaching period Fee due date Census date Last date to withdraw without fail Assessment period
2018
Term 1 15 Jan 29 Jan – 4 Feb 30 Jan 5 Feb – 1 Apr 16 Feb 23 Feb 16 Mar 2 – 8 Apr
Term 2 9 Apr 23 – 29 Apr 24 Apr 30 Apr – 24 Jun 11 May 18 May 8 Jun 25 Jun – 1 Jul
Term 3 2 Jul 16 – 22 Jul 17 Jul 23 Jul – 16 Sep 3 Aug 10 Aug 31 Aug 17 – 23 Sep
Term 4 24 Sep 8 – 14 Oct 9 Oct 15 Oct – 9 Dec 26 Oct 2 Nov 23 Nov 10 – 16 Dec
2019
Term 1 14 Jan 28 Jan – 3 Feb 29 Jan 4 Feb – 31 Mar 15 Feb 22 Feb 15 Mar 1 – 7 Apr
Term 2 8 Apr 22 – 28 Apr 23 Apr 29 Apr – 23 Jun 10 May 17 May 7 Jun 24 – 30 Jun
Term 3 1 Jul 15 –21 Jul 16 Jul 22­ Jul – 15 Sep 2 Aug 9 Aug 30 Aug 16 – 22 Sep
Term 4 23 Sep 7 – 13 Oct 8 Oct 14 Oct – 8 Dec 25 Oct 1 Nov 22 Nov 9 – 15 Dec

*Please note: these dates are applicable to programs that have an intake for these terms only. Please see the course pages for more details.

For Master of Psychiatry dates please see the University Handbook.

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Definitions

  • Pre-teaching period: The week before the teaching period. It is recommended that you spend this time familiarising yourself with your subject/s in the LMS and complete readings as required.
  • Last date to self enrol: The last date you can enrol in subjects for a specific study period.
  • Teaching period: The period in which weekly content is delivered in the LMS.
  • Fee due date: The date course fees must be received by the University. If you are paying by bank transfer, please note funds must be cleared by the fee due date which can take up to 7 days. Non-payment or late payment may result in your access to your subject/s in the LMS being revoked.
  • Census date: The last day to withdraw from a subject, or apply for a leave of absence or course withdrawal, without financial liability. Census dates may be different for each subject. You can review census dates by checking the subject entry in the University Handbook.
  • Last date to withdraw without fail: The last day to withdraw from a subject without incurring a fail grade.
  • Assessment period: Final assessment/s should be completed during or before this period.

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