What if I accept my offer then decide not to study this year?
If you have enrolled in subjects you will need to withdraw from these before the census date so that you do not incur a student contribution or tuition fee charge. You can do this online through eStudent. If you can’t withdraw from your subjects online submit a written request using your JCU email account to:
If your course permits midyear entry you will remain admitted to your course and may enrol in subjects starting later in the year. Otherwise you will be withdrawn from your course for this intake and sent an invitation in October to start the following year. If you don’t start at that time, but decide to start later, you will need to apply to QTAC (Undergraduate students) or JCU (Postgraduate students).
International students – suspension or withdrawal
International students who decide not to study in this intake must also advise the International Student Centre. Student visa conditions enable students to suspend or withdraw from their studies on the grounds of illness (evidenced by a doctor's certificate) or other exceptional circumstances beyond their control, such as bereavement. Students should contact ISCSupport@jcu.edu.au or phone +61 7 4781 5601 for further information. Students can also refer to the Tuition Fee Policy for International Students for information about fee penalties. For advice regarding the impact of a suspension or withdrawal on their student visa, international students should contact the Department of Immigration and Citizenship (www.immi.gov.au).