During the enrolment process you will be asked to confirm that you agree with each of the statements in the Student Declaration set out below. Please read the Student Declaration carefully before you begin the enrolment process because the Student Declaration is intended to be legally binding. If you do not agree with the Student Declaration, you cannot be enrolled. If you have questions please contact us before you begin the enrolment process.
As an applicant of Swinburne University of Technology:
You declare to the best of your knowledge that the application information provided is true, correct and complete.
You agree to be bound by the applicable standards of conduct, statutes, policies and procedures of the University, including any variations to these that the University makes from time to time.
You understand that:
- Swinburne University of Technology is required under the Higher Education Support Act of 2003 to confirm your entitlement to Commonwealth assistance before your enrolment can be confirmed.
- Your personal information will be collected and used for the purposes set out in accordance with the Swinburne University of Technology Privacy Collection Statement (Enrolment) which is available to be viewed on the University’s website.
- The University will correspond with you by electronic means.
- You will be removed from your course and cease to be enrolled with Swinburne University of Technology if you do not access the online learning system by the fourth week of your first teaching period.
You understand that you are liable for all related unit and student amenities fees for the current teaching period unless you formally withdraw from the course using the online form located on the Swinburne Online website. This form must be received by Swinburne Online by the associated census date.
You understand these conditions and agree to abide by them while a student enrolled at Swinburne University of Technology.
Bachelor of Education (Non-ITE) Declaration
Graduate Certificate of Educational Studies Declaration