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Domestic Students in Fee-paying Undergraduate Programs Policy

Policy overview

1 Purpose

To provide information and guidance on fee-paying undergraduate programs for domestic students

2 Scope

All UniSQ staff and Students

3 Policy Statement

  1. Australian citizens who satisfy both the University's general entry requirements and the program entry requirements may be admitted to undergraduate fee-paying places in any particular program, except where the student has run out of Student Learning Entitlement, or the student chooses not to be Commonwealth Supported in a program and has notified UniSQ in writing.
  2. From 1 January 2005, Australian permanent residents and New Zealand citizens may be admitted as fee-paying students in undergraduate programs, subject to meeting the entry requirements of that program and to the availability of a place.
  3. All domestic students, including fee-paying undergraduate and post-graduate students, will be admitted and enrolled through Student Administration and not through agents.

4 References


5 Schedules

This policy must be read in conjunction with its subordinate schedules as provided in the table below.

6 Policy Information

Accountable Officer


Responsible Officer

Academic Registrar

Policy Type

Executive Policy

Policy Suite

Subordinate Schedules

Approved Date


Effective Date


Review Date

Relevant Legislation

Policy Exceptions

Policy Exceptions Register

Related Policies

Related Procedures

Related forms, publications and websites


Terms defined in the Definitions Dictionary

Definitions that relate to this policy only


Domestic students, fee-paying, undergraduate

Record No


Complying with the law and observing Policy and Procedure is a condition of working and/or studying at the University.

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