9.1 Unless the Vice-Chancellor otherwise directs, a student who has applied for a review or submitted an appeal under this policy may continue to enrol in units available to them in their program of study, subject to meeting prerequisites, until the decision on the review or appeal is notified to the student, subject to section 9.2.
9.2 A student may be prevented from enrolling in any professional experience unit or unit containing professional experience where the review or appeal relates to:
- a termination of enrolment decision under section 11.5.1 (d) of the Academic Regulations; or
- a decision to withdraw a student from a professional experience unit or unit containing professional experience for unsatisfactory performance under section 6.4.6 of the Academic Regulations.
- a student exercises the option to continue in their program of study while any appeal process is under consideration; and
- the final stage of the appeal process accessed by the student is not completed before the census date for the relevant study period,
then the student may complete their enrolment in the relevant study period and be awarded the result(s), whether pass or fail grades, achieved in those units in that study period, irrespective of the outcome of the appeal process.
9.4 In the case of an appeal against termination of enrolment for unsatisfactory academic progress, if the appeal is dismissed, the termination of enrolment will take effect in accordance with clause 11.5.2 of the Academic Regulations.
9.5 In the case of an appeal against suspension of enrolment for breach of the Student Academic Integrity and Misconduct Policy, if the appeal is dismissed, the suspension will take effect immediately.
9.6 In the case of an appeal involving an international student, the University will notify the relevant Australian Government department of any notifiable change to that student’s enrolment.