Planning your Summer School

What you need to know to get the most out of your Summer School experience.

Selecting your course load

  • All courses are 15 points (unless otherwise indicated).
  • The maximum course load you can take over Summer School is 30 points.
  • The condensed teaching format means that 30 points of Summer School courses equal at least a workload of 60 points (or more) of courses taken during Semester One or Two.
  • If you are planning to re-enrol in a failed course, you will not be able to carry across course work credit from a previous semester of study.

We recommend you take a maximum course load of 15 points if:

Summer Start and other programmes for school leavers

If you're new to University, our summer programmes enable you to earn credits towards your degree, experience our campus and get started on your academic journey. Read more about how these summer programmes could benefit you.

Making the most of Summer School

You must be really committed to completing the course requirements. It’s vital that you organise and manage your time effectively. For example, you will need to spend a minimum of two additional hours of reading and private study for each hour in class.

You need to attend all lectures, tutorial and laboratory classes, and complete all set work, as well as a final examination (if applicable) in each course studied. Language courses are likely to involve more time than other courses.

Academic integrity

All students proposing to enter University for the first time in Summer School must take the online academic integrity course.

Build your study skills

We have courses that will help  you learn useful skills for Summer School.

Library workshops

Student Learning Services