Modes of study
Teaching and learning methods of the FedUni are appropriate to the subjects and programs undertaken, and may consist of seminars, lectures, tutorials, laboratory sessions or group discussions.
The specific methods and requirements for each subject are contained in the subject guides distributed to students upon enrolment.
Assessment of FedUni courses includes a range of methods such as formal, end-of-semester examinations, continuous assessment throughout the semester, written assignments, essays and field projects. Students will be advised of the particular method(s) to be used at the commencement of their course.
English language requirements
Entry into FedUni programs requires a minimum English-language competency of IELTS score of 6.0 (Academic) overall, with no individual band of less than 6.0 or equivalent.
English Language Programs
As approved by the FedUni, students who do not meet the English language requirement can undertake English for Academic Purposes (EAP) program at the Melbourne Institute of Technology (MIT). For further information, please visit English Language Courses.
Academic processes, complaints and grievances
For full details relating to student grievance information, pertaining to the FedUni, please click here.
For academic processes of the FedUni, and other related information, please see http://policy.federation.edu.au/
On all general matters, click here.
Education Services for Overseas Students (ESOS)
It is recommended that students view the information available in this page.