We will send the outcome of your application to your University student email account. Most applications are processed within four working days, though it may take longer if we need to request further information from your unit of study coordinator.
If your application is approved, we'll provide information on the special consideration granted and the adjustment you’ll receive in your outcome email. Depending on the type of special consideration granted, you may receive further communication with more detail on how this adjustment will work.
If further clarification is required, you will need to contact your unit of study coordinator for further details. If the consideration granted is a replacement exam or assessment, this may mean there will be a delay in receiving your results. You will not be allowed to re-enrol until these grades have been finalised.
If your application is declined, you'll receive information about why the decision was made and your options. If your application missed important information that could support your case, or excluded an affected assessment, you are encouraged to submit a new application with the missing documents or assessment details.
If the application status is 'in-progress' this means the decision is currently with your Faculty to determine a consideration which may take longer.
If you need further clarification, still have questions about the reason why your application has been declined or why you have not received a response within four working days, you should make an online enquiry.
If possible, while you wait for the outcome of your application, you should continue to work on and submit your assessments or prepare to sit for your exams. There is no guarantee that your application will be approved. If you fail to attend an exam or placement and your application is declined, the result is most likely a mark of zero for the assessment and, if the assessment is compulsory, an 'Absent Fail' grade for the unit of study.
An application cannot be changed once submitted, but you can ask to withdraw one or more requests in your application. You can do this at any time before the release of results for that assessment or the delivery of a replacement assessment, whichever occurs first.
To withdraw an application:
If you submit your withdrawal before a consideration has been applied, the status for that unit of study will change to 'Withdrawn' and you will receive an email.
If you submit your withdrawal after a consideration has been applied, the status will change to 'In Progress' and you will receive an email once a decision on your withdrawal request has been made.
If you feel you have genuine grounds to contest a decision or the form of consideration granted, you may apply to have the decision reviewed. You will need to follow the University’s three-stage academic appeals process. Each stage is managed by a different unit within the University. You will need to make sure you submit your appeal to the correct unit, depending on the stage of your appeal. Before your prepare or submit an appeal, you may wish to seek advice and support from one of the independent student organisations.