2. Enrolment dates

For the purposes of enrolment, there are four important dates to be aware of:

  • 1. Due date to enrol. It is your responsibility to enrol in at least one course by this date. For Semester 1 and 2 there are different due dates to enrol for domestic and international students, so make sure you know the date that applies to you.
  • 2. Final date for addition of courses or alteration of enrolment. This is at the end of Week 2 each semester.
  • 3. Census Date. Course fees are non-refundable and you can't enrol in courses after Census Date, unless there are extraordinary or exceptional circumstances. It’s also the last date you can apply for a HECS-HELP or FEE-HELP loan.
  • 4. Last date to withdraw from courses without academic penalty. This is the last day you can withdraw from your studies with a grade of 'W' – Course cancelled without academic penalty. A 'W' won't affect your grade point average. If there are extraordinary or exceptional circumstances after this date, you may still be eligible to withdraw without academic penalty.

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For most courses, check the dates below:

Semester 1, Semester 2, or Summer SemesterTrimester 1, Trimester 2, or Trimester 3 — UQ CollegeResearch Quarters — HDR studentsTeaching periods and medical rotations

Some courses have unique dates, so make sure you check the course date variations tables, just in case.