Consider all of your options carefully because it may be difficult to return to your original course
To request a transfer, you must submit an application via the My Enrolment tab in Student Connect. Check the application dates to make sure you get your transfer in on time.
To avoid a late re-enrolment fee, make sure you still enrol in your current course and campus by the re-enrolment date. This will also ensure that you remain in your original course and campus if your request is unsuccessful.
Don't apply for a transfer if you want to take a break from study. You can't defer beginning your new course if you transfer to another course. You'll need to apply for an interruption to studies and then apply to transfer when you're ready to study again.
If you need to cancel your transfer request, you can do so through Student Connect. You'll need to email Admissions if you want to cancel after your request has been processed.
There are differences in the eligibility and selection process for transfers depending on whether you are an undergraduate or postgraduate student.
You can check the entry requirements of your preferred course before applying to transfer.
All notifications are sent via your ACU student email. It is important that you check this regularly if you have applied for a transfer.
If you submit a transfer application before results have been released for the current study period, you will receive notification within two weeks of the results release date.
If you submit an application after the release of results, you will be notified of the outcome as soon as possible.
Read Rule 19 ‘Transfers’ in the Admission to Coursework Programs Policy.