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Cancellation for non payment of tuition fees

International students

Enrolment will be cancelled when:

  • You do not pay all or part of your fees by census date/last day to withdraw without financial penalty.

What happens with cancellation?

Your student status will be de-activated:

  • You will be removed from all subjects you were enrolled in.

  • You will no longer be able to access Moodle.

  • You will not be able to attend classes or sit exams.

  • You will no longer be covered by UOW insurance or public liability.

Will this affect my student visa status?

Yes, please contact the Department of Home Affairs (call 13881) to discuss your visa status.

How to be reinstated into cancelled session and subjects

  • Within 20 working days, pay all applicable fees (fees = outstanding tuition fee + $450 late payment fee + non-refundable $100 reinstatement fee).

  • Full details are outlined in the cancellation letter sent to you or contact Student Central on (02) 4221 3927 or askuow@uow.edu.au for further advice.

How to appeal the late fee

  • Special circumstances have made it impossible for you to pay your fees by the census date (last date to pay your fees)?

  • You will need to pay all applicable fees (fees = outstanding tuition fee + $450 late payment fee + non-refundable $100 reinstatement fee) before appealing the late fee.
  • Submit an appeal against your late fee

Can I come back to UOW in a future session?

  • Non-payment of tuition fees is a potential breach of your student visa conditions (maintaining financial capacity).

  • UOW will not be able to consider any further offers to study at UOW.

  • Contact DHA on 131 881 to discuss your options – your student visa may be seriously affected.

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