Academic progress and early intervention

Academic progress and early intervention

UniSA is committed to providing timely support to international students. As an early intervention strategy, all international students who have received a fail grade in a Study Period, but who have not yet reached the unsatisfactory progress status (Notification 1), will receive a letter from UniSA. In this letter students will be encouraged to make an appointment with a Student Adviser (International) to discuss the range of learning and other support services available.

Assessment policies and procedures

Find policy information about assignments at UniSA in the Assessment Policies and Procedures Manual.

Academic and personal support

UniSA provides a range of services to help students succeed. Study Support services are designed to improve your academic skills and include workshops, 1:1 appointments and drop-ins with a Learning Adviser. Student also have access to an online resources hub which provides information and advice about writing assignments and other academic skills.

International student support services provide advice about student visas and overseas health cover (OSHC) and other important information to help international students and their families settle into life in Adelaide.

Other support services include personal counselling, career advice, health and wellbeing and accommodation.

The full range of student services and support can be found here.