How to get back in (after deferment of, or interruption to, studies)
If you have deferred or interrupted your studies and are ready to re-commence your program, there are certain steps you will need to take depending on whether you have deferred the commencement of your studies or whether you interrupted your current studies.
Returning after deferment
- Domestic undergraduate students
If you choose to defer the commencement of your undergraduate program for a period of up to two years, UQ Admissions will write to you with the details of the procedures you must follow to enrol in your deferred program to retain your quota place. If you change your address after receiving your QTAC offer, please advise UQ Admissions in writing.
- Domestic postgraduate coursework students
Students should contact the faculty (or school in the case of programs in the Faculty of Health Sciences) that offers the program for advice.
- Domestic Research Higher Degree students
Students should contact the Graduate School for advice.
- International Students
Students should contact the International Education Directorate on firstname.lastname@example.org
Returning after interruption
- Domestic undergraduate and postgraduate coursework students:
If you have interrupted your studies, you will have to contact either your faculty (or school in the case of programs in the Faculty of Health Sciences) or a student centre to "re-activate" your enrolment. Your Academic Record will be checked against the program rules to ensure you are still eligible for a place in your program. For the due dates, please see the Important dates page on the Starting at UQ website. For a complete list of all official university dates relating to students, please refer to the Academic calendar.
- Domestic Research students: Please refer to the Graduate School website for information relating to interruption of candidature and returning from an interruption.