Academic Progression explained

What is Academic Progression?

Academic Progression is an assessment of your academic performance. At the end of each academic year, your faculty assesses your academic performance and determines your eligibility to continue studying your course.  Academic Progression details can be viewed on studentConnect.

  • If you have made satisfactory progress you will be assigned the status of "Good Standing". You will then be permitted to re-enrol.
  • If you have failed to make satisfactory progress you may be placed on probation, suspended or excluded.

NOTE: This does not apply to Higher Degree by Research students. If you are a HDR student please contact the Graduate Research School for clarification on your course status.


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