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Course progress

What is course progress?

Students are required to pass more than 50% of credit points (in a study period) to satisfy course progress requirements. The University's Course Progress Policy defines a study periods as:

  1. Students enrolled in courses delivered using a two session model, i.e., the first course progress study period includes all subjects with results released between 1st February and 31st July of that year; OR 
  2. Students enrolled in courses delivered using a trimester session model, i.e.:
    • The first course progress study period includes all subjects with results released between 1st February and 31st May of that year  
    • The second course progress study period includes all subjects with results released between 1st June and 31st August of that year  
    • The third course progress study period includes all subjects with results released between 1st September and the following 31st January, AND 
  3. Summer session final results shall not be assessed for the purpose of monitoring course progress.

How does course progress apply to students?

If a student is unsuccessful in achieving appropriate course progress, the course status may be changed.  For more information, refer to the stages of course progress.  

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