Re-enrolling after a period of exclusion

How do I re-enrol after being excluded?

Excluded means you have lost your place at UWA and you cannot re-enrol in your current course. However, you can apply for entry to another course and you will compete with new students for a place. If admission is approved, you will be required to pay student contribution amounts or tuition fees applicable for commencing students in that particular year.

If you wish to apply for entry to the course from which you have been excluded then it is important you read and understand the University policy on re-admission of excluded students. It is also recommended that you check with your Faculty Adviser to see if you are within the official completion time limit for your course.

Note: applications for first semester entry to undergraduate courses at UWA are processed through the Tertiary Institutions Service Centre (TISC), and usually close on the last Friday in September, with late applications accepted (with a late fee) until the end of November.

Mid-year (second semester) applications are processed by the UWA Admissions Centre directly, and close in early June. For more information about second semester (mid-year) entry, please email Admissions.

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