Discontinuation of Course

Course Discontinuation for Non-Compliance

1. A student may be terminated from ECTA, with the Clinical & Academic Director’s approval, under the following circumstances:

2. Upon receiving the Course Discontinuation letter, the Student Contract and the Fee Protection Scheme account will be terminated, and the International student will have to surrender his/her Student’s Pass immediately.

3. No refund will be made to any student found to have breached the Course Discontinuation Policy.

Student Contract

All students who accept a place at Swinburne University of Technology through ECTA are required to sign a Student Contract which details the terms and conditions of their enrolment. The terms and conditions are specified by the Committee for Private Education.

For more details of Student Contract, please visit CPE website.

Currently, the Committee for Private Education requires that any student who seeks to change his/her course in any way (including re-enroling of failed units) must be provided with a new contract.

ECTA reserves the right to terminate the contract drawn in the event of a student breaking Singapore law.

Leave of Absence (LOA) or Withdrawal from Programme

If you intend to apply for a Leave of Absence or a Withdrawal from the Programme, you will need to complete a Leave of Absence or Withdrawal Form which can be obtained from your respective Course Management Administrator, and lodged with ECTA.

Please note Swinburne University of Technology’s Leave of Absence policy:

More information on Leave of Absence or a Withdrawal from the Programme may be obtain at this link: http://www.swinburne.edu.au/student-administration/enrolment/leave-of-absence/index.html

According to Swinburne University of Technology’s policy and procedures, failure to re-enroll or formally apply for a Leave of Absence will mean having to re-apply and re-do the Course.

Withdrawal Policy and Procedure

In the event that you have to withdraw from the course for a compelling reason, please consult the Course Management Administrator, at ECTA who will liaise with Swinburne University of Technology Policy Advice Department. Under exceptional circumstances and in accordance with Swinburne University of Tecnology’s policy and procedures, a student may be advised to apply for a post-census remission of fees. If successful, a partial refund of the fees paid will be applicable.

Please click here to view the procedure for withdrawal process.