Cancellations and suspensions

Enrolment cancellations

If you wish to take leave or withdraw from your course at the University, you should contact Stop 1 to discuss your circumstances as soon as possible. To withdraw from your course, you will need to formally notify the University..

The University may terminate your enrolment due to unpaid fees, failing to re-enrol, general or academic misconduct, or unsatisfactory academic progress in accordance with University Policies and Procedures.

The University must notify the Department of Education and Training (DET) and the Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP) of student visa holders who no longer study at the University and cancel their Confirmation of Enrolment (COE).

The DIBP may cancel your student visa if your enrolment is terminated as a result of misconduct or unsatisfactory academic progress. Students who no longer study in Australia must depart Australia or apply for another visa within 28 days of the enrolment cancellation date or before their visa expires (whichever occurs first).

Enrolment suspensions

The University may suspend your enrolment due to general or academic misconduct or unsatisfactory academic progress in accordance with University Policies and Procedures.

The University must notify the Department of Education and Training (DET) and the Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP) of student visa holders whose enrolment has been suspended temporarily.

The DIBP may cancel your student visa if the suspension is the result of misconduct. If you are permitted to remain in Australia on your student visa you may need to renew your student visa before it expires to complete your course.

See also: Unsatisfactory academic progress