2022-2023 SUIBE important dates

2022-2023 key academic dates and deadlines for RMIT students at Shanghai University of International Business and Economics (SUIBE).

These dates apply to the following programs: 

  • BP253 Bachelor of Business (International Business) incorporating DP003 Diploma of Commerce
  • BP255 Bachelor of Business (Logistics and Supply Chain Management) incorporating DP003 Diploma of Commerce
  • AD010 Associate Degree in Business incorporating DP003 Diploma of Commerce.

If you are a current student, please log in to Enrolment Online and select the View my calendar link to access your course-related important dates as listed below.

  • Last day to add classes – the deadline to enrol in a class without college approval (calculated at 15% of the term duration)
  • Class census date – the deadline to drop a class without receiving a withdrawn grade (calculated at 20% of the term duration)
  • Academic penalty date – the deadline to drop a course without receiving a full graded grade (0–100) (calculated at 66% of the term duration)
  • Result release date – the date course results become available to you (can be anywhere between 7 and 28 days after the last day of the term).

September 2022 Semester/Semester 1 (2248) important dates

Date Event or deadline
10 September Mid-Autumn Festival
12 September Mid-Autumn Festival holiday
13 September Classes start
29 September Last day to add classes
1-7 October National Day Golden Week holiday
4 October Census date
19 November Last day to drop classes without academic penalty
9 December  Classes end
12 December  Examination period begins
23 December Examination period ends
25 December Christmas Day
1 January 2023 New Year's Day (national holiday)
20 January Results release date (all programs)
21-27 January Spring Festival
17-24 February Deferred and supplementary examination period for September Semester 2022

September 2022 Semester 1 (2248) weeks 1-14

Week Dates
Week 1 5-11 September
Week 2 12-18 September
Week 3 19-25 September
Week 4 26 September - 2 October
Week 5 10-16 October
Week 6 17-23 October
Week 7 24-30 October
Week 8 31 October - 6 November
Week 9 7-13 November
Week 10 14-20 November
Week 11 21-27 November
Week 12 28 November - 4 December
Week 13 5-11 December
Week 14 12-18 December

February 2023 Semester/Semester 2 (2308) important dates

Date Event or deadline
20 February Classes start
4 March Last day to add classes for AD010
7 March Census date for AD010
7 March Last day to add classes for DP003, BP255 and BP253
11 March Census date for DP003, BP255 and BP253
3-5 April Ching Ming Festival
4 April Qing Ming Jie
5 April Tomb Sweeping Day
10 April Last day to drop classes without academic penalty for AD010
24 April Last day to drop classes without academic penalty for DP003, BP255 and BP253
28 April Classes end for AD010
1-5 May Examination period for AD010
1 May Labour Day (National Holiday)
12 May Classes end for DP003, BP255 and BP253
15 May Examination period begins for DP003, BP255 and BP253
19 May Results release date for AD010
26 May Examination period ends for BP255, BP253 and DP003
11 June Graduation ceremony (TBC)
15-16 June Enrolment period (all new and continuing students)
16 June Results release date for DP003, BP255 and BP253

February 2023 Semester/Semester 2 (2308) important dates

Week Dates
Week 1 20-26 February
Week 2 27 February - 5 March
Week 3 6-12 March
Week 4 13-19 March
Week 5 20-26 March
Week 6 27 March - 2 April
Week 7 3-9 April
Week 8 10-16 April
Week 9 17-23 April
Week 10 24-31 April
Week 11 1-7 May
Week 12 8-14 May
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