2024 Foundation Studies important dates

2024 key academic dates and deadlines for Foundation Studies students at RMIT.

Semester 1 important dates

Date               Event or deadline
27 November 2023                              Enrolment opens
25 January 2024 Orientation
29 January Semester 1 classes begin
29 January - 7 June Teaching period
5 February Last day to enrol or vary courses
23 February Semester 1 census date - this is the deadline for key actions such as dropping a course or cancelling your enrolment without financial penalty. Courses discontinued on or before the census date will not appear on your academic transcript.
11 March Labour Day public holiday (Monday)
29 March Good Friday public holiday
29 March - 5 April Mid-semester break (Friday to Friday, includes Easter)
1 April Easter Monday public holiday
2 April Easter Tuesday RMIT holiday
8 April Classes resume (Monday)
25 April Anzac Day public holiday (Thursday)
3-7 June Assessment period
7 June Semester 1 classes end
10 June King's Birthday public holiday (Monday)
10 June - 12 July Semester break
11-14 June Deferred/supplementary assessment week
21 June Results release

Semester 2 important dates

Date               Event or deadline
11 June                            Enrolment opens
12 July Orientation
15 July Semester 2 classes begin
15 July - 22 November Teaching period
22 July Last day to enrol or vary courses
9 August Semester 2 census date - this is the deadline for key actions such as dropping a course or cancelling your enrolment without financial penalty. Courses discontinued on or before the census date will not appear on your academic transcript.
16-20 September Mid-semester break
23 September Classes resume
27 September AFL Grand Final public holiday (Friday) (TBC - date subject to AFL schedule)
5 November Melbourne Cup Day public holiday (Tuesday)
18-22 November Assessment period
22 November Semester 2 classes end
25-29 November Deferred/supplementary assessment week
25 November 2024 - 27 January 2025 Semester break
6 December Results release
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