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Failing subjects and your academic progress

I haven't passed all of my subjects. What should I do?

If you think you’ve failed a subject, it is advised you wait until the official results release date and check your student email account for any correspondence from the University about your results.

Depending on how many or which subjects you fail, your enrolment may be sanctioned and you might be required to take further action.

See the academic progress page for further information.

It is your responsibility to respond to any advice that you receive by the due date/s provided. Please see the Academic Progress Review Policy for detailed information about academic progress requirements, At Risk and CAPC meetings.

More information on Failing Subjects.

*Is my study period included in the First Half Year or the Second Half Year?

Grouped period Includes (study periods)
First Half Year Sumer Term, Semester 1, January, February, March, April, May, Term 1, Term 4, November and December from the previous year
Second Half Year Semester 2, Winter Term, Term 2, Term 3, June, July, August, September, October and Year Long