How to Apply
If you wish to apply to transfer to another course, you must complete an Internal Course Transfer Form. The Form will require you to include a statement of your reasons for seeking release.
You will receive a notice advising you of the outcome within 10 working days of receipt of the form. Where the request is granted, a new CoE will be provided to you. It is important for you to contact the DHA to seek advice on whether a new student visa is required.
It is also important to check whether us whether any additional fees will be required to be paid.
Appealing the decision
Discontinuing your studies
You may decide that study is not for you and choose to discontinue your studies. Before you make a final decision, however, it’s a good idea to talk to us to help you to make an informed decision.
If you no longer wish to continue with your studies with us, then you must complete a Withdrawal Form. Make sure you carefully read the Fees and Refunds information so that you know how your decision affects your fees. Usually once you have commenced a study period (term) you won’t be able to get a refund.
Suspending or cancelling your enrolment
It is important to understand that your enrolment may be cancelled or suspended by us in a range of circumstances:
- Misbehaviour (ie not abiding by the Student Code of Conduct as outlined in this Handbook).
- Not paying your course fees.
- Not making satisfactory course progress or attending classes as set out in this Handbook.
Where any of the above circumstances apply you will be contacting in writing to inform you of the intended suspension or cancellation and the reasons for this.
You will be given the opportunity to access our Complaints and Appeals Policy and Procedure to appeal the decision within 20 working days of receipt of the decision.
We will report you to until the internal appeal process is complete, unless your health and wellbeing or that of others could be at risk.
It is important for you to contact the DHA to seek advice on your student visa.