2022 Brandix Corporate Campus (BCC) important dates

Key dates for students in the Bachelor of Applied Science (Textile Technology) (BP123) program.

January Semester (2208)

Date Event or deadline
8-9 January Examinations period
14 January Tamil Thai Pongal Day public holiday
17 January Duruthu Full Moon Poya Day

22-23 January Deferred examinations
29 January Applications for Semester 1 2022 close
29-30 January  Application closing date
4 February  National Day public holiday
5-6 February Commencing and continuing students enrolment 
7 February Results release (Semester 2 2021)
12-13 February Classes start
16 February  Navam Full Moon Poya Day public holiday 
19-20 February No classes
26-27 February  Classes continue
1 March  Mahasivarathri Day
5-6 March Classes continue
7 March  Last date to add classes
12-13 March Classes continue
14 March Census day
17 March Medin Full Moon Poya day
19-20 March No classes
26-27 March Classes continue
2-3 April  Classes continue
9-10 April Classes continue
13 April  Day prior to Sinhala & Tamil New Year's day holiday 
14 April  Sinhala and Tamil New Year's day holiday
15 April  Good Friday
16 April Bak Full Moon Poya public holiday 
16-17 April  No classes
23-24 April  Classes continue
31-1 May  No classes
1 May  May Day public holiday
7-8 May  Classes continue
14-15 May  Classes continue
15 May Vesak Full Moon Poya Day public holiday
16 May Day following Vesak Full Moon Poya Day
21 May Academic penalty date 
21-22 May Classes continue
28-29 May Classes continue
4-5 June  Classes continue
11-12 June Classes continue
14 June Poson Full Moon Poya Day
18-19 June Revision
25-26 June Study leave
2-3 July Study leave
9-10 July Examination period
13 July  Esala Full Moon Poya Day public holiday
16 July  Deferred Examinations

January Semester weeks 1 - 13

Week Dates
Week 1 7-15 February
Week 2 21-27 February
Week 3 28 February - 6 March
Week 4 7-13 March
Week 5 21-27 March
Week 6 28 March - 3 April
Week 7 4-10 April
Week 8 18-24 April
Week 9 2-8 May
Week 10 16-22 May
Week 11 23-29 May
Week 12 30 May - 6 June
Week 13 7-13 June

July Semester (2248)

Date Event or deadline
23-24 July  Applications for Semester 2 2022 close
23 July Deferred examinations for January semester
30-31 July Commencing and continuing students enrolment session 
6-7 August Classes start
8 August
Results release Semester 1 2022
11 August Nikini Full Moon Poya Public Holiday
13-14 August  No classes
20-21 August Classes continue
27-28 August  Classes continue
30 August  Last date to add classes 
3-4 September  Classes continue
6 September Census date
9 September  Binara Full Moon Poya Public Holiday 
10-11 September No classes
18-19 September Classes continue
24-25 September  Classes continue
1-2 October

Classes continue

8-9 October  No classes
9 October  Vap Full Moon Poya public holiday
9 October  Holy Prophet's Birthday (Milad-Un-Nab) public holiday

15-16 October

Classes continue
23-24 October Classes continue
29-30 October Classes continue
5-6 November Classes continue
8 November II Full Moon Poya public holiday
12-13 November  Classes continue
17 November  Academic penalty date
19-20 November Classes continue
26-27 November  No classes
3-4 December Classes continue
7 December  Unduwap Full Moon Poya public holiday

10-11 December Revision
17-18 December Study leave
25 December Christmas Holidays 
26 December Christmas Holidays
1 January 2023  Study leave
7-8 January 2023 Examination period
21-22  January 2023 Deferred examinations
6 February 2023 Results release for Semester 2 2022

July Semester weeks 1 - 14

Week Dates
Week 1 1-7 August
Week 2 15-21 August
Week 3 22-28 August
Week 4 29 August - 4 September
Week 5 12-18 September
Week 6 19-25 September
Week 7 26 September - 2 October
Week 8 10-16 October
Week 9 17-23 October
Week 10 24-30 October
Week 11 31 October - 6 November
Week 12 7-13 November
Week 13 14-20 November
Week 14 28 November - 4 December
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RMIT University acknowledges the people of the Woi wurrung and Boon wurrung language groups of the eastern Kulin Nation on whose unceded lands we conduct the business of the University. RMIT University respectfully acknowledges their Ancestors and Elders, past and present. RMIT also acknowledges the Traditional Custodians and their Ancestors of the lands and waters across Australia where we conduct our business - Artwork 'Luwaytini' by Mark Cleaver, Palawa.