As an externally-enrolled student, your postal address determines where you will sit your exams. If you are enrolled internally, you must sit your exam at the campus where you are enrolled.
|Less than 100km from campus where you are enrolled
|On campus where you are enrolled. Check the exam timetable for details
|More than 100km from campus where you are enrolled
|More than 100km from Australian exam centre or more than 300km from overseas exam centre
* If you prefer to sit your exam on campus, you need to apply to the Exams Office at least 10 University business days prior to the start of the exam period.
Check in MyInfo > Profile to make sure your postal address is up-to-date.
If you do not live at your postal address, contact the Exams Office before the end of Week 12 for normal semester exams, or at least 10 University business days prior to the start of the exam period for all other exam periods.
Requests received after the deadline will not be accepted.
Receiving exam notification
If you are identified as sitting exams off-campus, you will receive a personalised Notice of Off-Campus Exams email during Week 9 or 10 of the semester.
The email will include:
- location and details of your allocated exam centre
- date and time of your exam
- important instructions regarding your attendance at the exam centre.
Check your junk mail folder if you do not receive the email by Week 11 and contact the Exams Office if you still have not received the email.
Nominating a supervisor
If there isn’t an established exam centre near you, you will need to nominate a supervisor. Complete a Supervisor Nomination Form and return it to the Exams Office by post or email. Forms must be received before the end of Week 12 for normal semester exams, or at least 10 University business days before the start of the exam period. Forms received after the deadline will not be accepted.
Your nominated supervisor should be an independent professional preferably from one of the following organisations:
- school, college, TAFE, university or professional training company
- local libraries.
- British Council
- IDP Education
- English language school, recognised college or university.
Australian organisations must have an ABN to receive payment.
Receiving and returning examination materials
The Exams Office will coordinate and send relevant information and materials to the approved nominated supervisor. You should confirm with the supervisor 48 hours before the exam that your exam materials have been received. Your nominated supervisor is responsible for returning all materials within 24 hours of the exam.