Keep Studying Yapug in 2021
As you have a maximum of two years to complete Yapug, you can continue studying in 2021.
How to calculate your progress
Remember, to successfully complete Yapug you need to pass a total of 80 units, including compulsory core courses and directed courses. Visit the program page for the list of courses and completion requirements.
Check your grades in myHub and use the following to calculate how many units you need to complete Yapug:
*Passed units include grades P, C, D, HD, UP or EX. For more information on grade codes click here. Please note you cannot attempt a course again that you have already passed.
Any Fail (FF), Withdraw (WW) or Incomplete (I) grades do not count towards completing your program, you will need to attempt the course again, or try a different course and pass it.
- WC is a unique grade for 2020 which recognises the effect COVID-19 may have had on your studies. For a mark of 49 or below, you will receive a WC grade instead of a formal Fail (FF) grade and it will only appear on your unofficial transcript. You will still need to re-attempt this course if you want it to count towards completing your program.
Your options to continue
Now that you know how many units you have to complete your program, consider the following options to plan your enrolment.
Discuss your options
Please contact your Indigenous Enabling Learning Advisor if you would like to discuss these options to complete.
Semester 1 2021 important dates
15 Dec Enrolment opens at 10am
28 Jan Class selection opens at 10am
22 Feb Semester 1 classes begin
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