The Australian Government has announced that international students are no longer able to enrol in two courses at the same time within the first six months of study in their principal course.
As a result, concurrent enrolments are now closed to international students in the first six months of study – taking effect immediately.
This means that education and training providers will not be able to concurrently enrol students who have not completed 6 months of their principal course.
The ESOS Act National Code 2018 requires education and training providers to approve or decline requests for release during the 6-month transfer restriction period. Visit our page on changing your course or provider for more information.
This change does not impact students already holding concurrent enrolments.