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Our student system will identify once a student has successfully satisfied all of the requirements for a course and staff will assess eligibility for graduation.

You will probably find the answer on the academic transcript page.

CQUniversity values the enrolment of each student. As our logo states, we wish to assist you to Be what you want to Be. With that aim in mind, the Counsellor will help you to decide what option is the best for you. Then we will help you to evaluate the consequences of that decision and whether the timing is right for you to take that action.

If you want to explore changes to your study course you will want to discuss whether to drop a unit, to change courses, to defer for a certain period or to leave study. The Counsellor may also refer you to your other areas of the University where you can get further advice and/or assist you to negotiate your option if this is necessary.

iChange® is designed for all CQUniversity students and staff who wish to gain a basic understanding of social innovation.

The length of time you have been working for an organisation may not be sufficient evidence to satisfy the RPL process. You must demonstrate that you have the skills required to meet the standard set by industry. Developing new skills in your workplace is also important and regular training should be undertaken.

Assessment ranges from evaluative self-practice, online tests, case study reviews, reports and, and business simulations. Our academic assessors include high-profile professors, PhD and MBA qualified researchers and teachers with strong international profiles. We provide helpful, non-judgemental and respectful feedback with a strong backbone of academic rigour and excellence.

You will have access to extension activities and will be supported via a CQUniversity MBA (Leadership) LinkedIn group, where our aim is to ‘connect without pressure’.

With your graduation registration fee, you automatically receive two complimentary guest tickets (you as a graduate do not require a ticket). Due to COVID-19, all venues are required to meet strict capacity and social distancing requirements and therefore no further additional tickets will be available for purchase.

Absolutely, but check with your home institution as only the units listed are pre-approved for recognition by universities in the RUN network. You'll need to check that the units you are interested in are approved by your institution.

Provided you have your Principal’s recommendation, then you will receive an unconditional offer.

There are however some courses that we cannot make offers to for this pilot – please refer to the list above under courses not included in the Principal’s Recommendation Scheme for more information.

You may seek external redress of your concerns through one of the agencies listed on the External Help webpage. The Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission and/or the Queensland State Ombudsman may be able to offer you assistance and support in addressing your concerns.