As an international student, it’s important that you are aware of, and understand, both your student visa conditions and the information outlined in the Full-Time Study - Duration of Study Policy and Procedure. While CQUniversity monitors your study load and progress, it is your responsibility to ensure you adhere to your visa conditions and enrolment requirements.
TERM 2 2020 KEY DATES
Monday, 13 July
Last Day to Enrol
Friday, 24 July
Tuesday, 4 August
15 - 23 October 2020
Term 3 2020 Key Dates
|Monday, 26 October|
|Monday, 9 November|
Last Day to Enrol
|Friday, 20 November|
|Tuesday, 1 December|
|15 - 19 February 2021|
For a complete list of term dates, please refer to the Academic Calendar (Term Dates).
The enrolment process for current international students is different depending on your individual situation.
CQUEnglish Pathway Students If you are currently enrolled in a CQUEnglish course and are on a pathway to a higher education course, you will attend an enrolment transition session as part of your CQUEnglish Graduation Day. During this session you will be provided with information about the differences between studying your English course and studying your main course, orientation and enrolment and you will complete the ‘Check-in’ process.
If you received an articulating offer (Graduate Certificate to Graduate Diploma to Masters), you will need to visit Student Services during the enrolment period to complete the “Check-in” process for each stage of your Offer. As part of this process, your Course Adviser will check your progress against your study plan as you must successfully complete each course before progressing to the next stage of your articulating Offer.
If you are a continuing international student, you can enrol yourself each term via MyCentre. It is important you follow the most recent study plan you have been provided with by the Course Advice Team and ensure you are enrolled full-time each term.
Failure to follow your study plan and/or enrol in a full-time study load each term (24 credit points), may mean you are unable to complete your course within the duration of your Confirmation of Enrolment (CoE). It is your responsibility to ensure you are in a position to complete your course within the duration specified on your CoE and that you are adhering to the Full-Time Study - Duration of Study Policy and Procedure.
If it is not your final term and you enrol in 18 credit points or less, you are required to request permission to under-enrol by submitting the International Under-Enrolment Request form via MyCentre. This will be assessed by the Course Advice Team and an outcome will be sent to your student email account. If you are approved for under-enrolment in a compulsory term, then you must enrol in the non-compulsory term (Term 3).
If you are unsure what you should enrol into, please speak with a Course Adviser on your campus, or submit an efrom 'Ask a Course Advisor'. You can speak with a Course Adviser at any stage of your studies; you do not need to wait until enrolment opens.
After enrolling in your units it is important that you register for your classes using the My Timetable section of MyCentre. This is the last step in the enrolment process.
If you are unable to select a class, one of the following messages will appear next to that class:
- Class is Full - this means the class has no further seats available. If there are other classes which do have seats, you will need to select one of these options.
- Class Clash - this means there is a clash between two, or more of your selected classes. If there are other classes which have seats, you will need to select one of those options to resolve the clash
If there are no other options with either of the above scenarios, please submit the Timetabling Enquiry eForm. Ensure you clearly explain what message you are receiving and include the unit code and class information. This enables the Timetabling Team to investigate your situation more easily.
Please note: if a class is full and it is necessary for you to attend that particular class, you will be required to provide evidence as to why you need to be placed in this particular class. The University is required to conform to Environmental Health and Safety regulations by not having overcrowded classes, therefore, students are generally unable to move into classes that are already full in order to: avoid an inconvenient timetables, attend classes with friends, or avoid coming to University for a single class on a given day.