Key Dates

What are the semester dates?

Our semester dates differ depending on the course you are studying. The current and future semester dates can be found in the academic calendar.

How long is each semester?

Applied Mental Health Studies:

  • 15 weeks of study (plus a two-week mid-semester break).

Psychiatric Medicine:

  • 18 weeks of study (plus a two-week mid-semester break).

Semester dates can be found in the academic calendar.

What is a census date?

Census date is the date at which your enrolment is considered to be final. It is the last day you can withdraw from a course without financial or academic penalty.

If you intend to withdraw but don't do so before midnight on the census date you are liable to pay the course fee and will incur an academic penalty. It's also the day that all HELP arrangements (FEE-HELP) are finalised. You can find the census date for each semester in the academic calendar.