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Grievances and appeals
Unsuccessful applicants may seek information concerning their rejection and on how to improve their chances for admission in a later year.
Undergraduate course applications: The rejection is usually because the Year 12 results do not place the applicant high enough in the tertiary ranking system. Applicants are advised to wait until near the end of the selection period (mid February) before making any inquiries. Inquiries should be made in writing to faculty registrars/managers.
Postgraduate course applications: The relevant course coordinator should be contacted in the first instance. Each faculty has an appeal procedure and a copy may be obtained from the relevant faculty office. Further inquiries should be made in writing to faculty registrars/managers.
Grievances relating to University policies and procedures
The Academic and Administrative Complaints and Grievances Policy satisfies this requirement, both in relation to prospective students and enrolled students on academic and non-academic matters.