Current Students

Internal Transfers

Many students change programs during their study and for many reasons.

You may decide on a different career path or interest or your program may not be what you thought it would be. Perhaps you want a second try at getting into a program that you missed out on the first time around. You can even add a program to your current study load and get a Double Degree.

Applications for internal transfer to Semester 2, 2020 are now closed for international students.
NOTE: This includes internal transfer/change of program applications lodged both via the Internal Transfer Request online application, and via SATAC. Applications into Trimester 3, 2020 for Professions/ECMS programs normally offered in Semestral intakes are not available for internal transfer applicants.

Internal transfer is not available for Trimester 2 intakes.

Applications for internal transfer to Trimestral programs, for Trimester 3, 2020 intake, are still open.

Please read below under ‘Important Information’ for further details.

Whatever your situation is, by talking to us, we can help you understand your options.

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If you are an international student, and would like more information please see the international internal transfer (change of program) page.

  • Important information

    • The closing date for Semester 2 applications for international students is 5pm Monday 13th July 2020. The closing date for Trimester 3 applications will be 5pm Monday 24th August 2020. Late applications may not be accepted.
    • When you submit your application successfully, you will see a web page with the details of what you have submitted. You will not receive an email acknowledgement of your application.
    • Offers will be made on a rolling basis from May onwards, if Semester 1, 2020 results are not required to finalise assessment on your application.
    • If your Semester 1, 2020 results are needed to finalise assessment, offers will be made in early to mid July.
    • Not all programs are available via internal transfer or available at midyear. If you cannot see your desired program in the drop-down list, you will need to apply for the program via SATAC.
    • If you have lodged an internal transfer application for Semester 2, 2020 (or Trimester 3, 2020) and have now changed your mind, please email Admissions Services, and advise that you wish to withdraw your application.
  • Postgraduate coursework transfer information

    Applications for internal transfer into a new postgraduate program for Semester 2, 2020 are now closed for international students. NOTE: This includes internal transfer/change of program applications lodged both via the Internal Transfer Request online application, and via SATAC. Applications into Trimester 3, 2020 for Professions/ECMS programs normally offered in Semestral intakes are not available for internal transfer applicants.

    Please read the information below before applying:

    • When you submit your application successfully, you will see a web page with the details of what you have submitted. You will not receive an email acknowledgement of your application.
    • Offers will be made on a rolling basis from May onwards, if Semester 1, 2020 results are not required to finalise assessment on your application.
    • If your Semester 1 2020 results are needed to finalise assessment, offers will be made in early to mid July.
    • Not all programs are available via the internal transfer process or available at midyear. If you cannot see your desired program in the drop-down list, you will need to apply via SATAC.
    • If you have lodged an internal transfer application for Semester 2, 2020 (or Trimester 3, 2020) and have now changed your mind, please email Admissions Services, and advise that you wish to withdraw your application.
  • International students

A small number of programs accept applications through the relevant faculty office, refer to Degree Finder for information on where to apply for your particular program.

Refer to our Knowledge Base for more information and FAQs.