Applies to all students
We expect that COVID-19 will still be a part of our lives this year. So we'll continue to remain flexible and responsive to changes to ensure we're following all government directives.
Pending any significant changes, this is how we expect your studies will run in 2021:
For more information about your class delivery, visit your unit outline in CANVAS.
Swinburne students who want to discuss their study options are advised to speak to their unit convenor or discipline leader in the first instance.
Students unable to attend class on campus are advised to speak to their unit convenor or discipline leader in the first instance. All on-campus learning activities will have an online alternative where possible for students who cannot attend class on campus e.g. International students, Non-Sarawakian students.
Classes will be delivered within the COVIDSafe parameters, and for most students this will include a combination of on-campus and digital learning.
The combination of on-campus and digital learning will be designed to ensure that you can continue to meet the learning outcomes required for each of your units, and make the most of the many opportunities available to you as a Swinburne student.
The registration and other important dates can be viewed HERE. Do keep yourself updated by checking CANVAS and your student email frequently.
You can refer to our guides available at this webpage.
Applicable to Semester 2, 2021 or September/October 2021 students.
As part of the University’s support during this period, you may refer here for the available types of adjustment arrangement related to examinations, assessments and results.
Should there be any further assistance or clarifications needed on this area, please contact the Graduation, Assessment and Student Progression team at email@example.com.