|Teaching period||Final assessment period|
|Teaching Period 1||Monday 24 May 2021 – Friday 28 May 2021|
|Teaching Period 2||Monday 20 September 2021 – Friday 24 September 2021|
|Teaching Period 3||Monday 24 January 2022 – Friday 28 January 2022|
|Study period||Final assessment period|
|Study Period 4 (2020)||Monday 1 March 2021 – Friday 12 March 2021|
|Study Period 1||Monday 31 May 2021 – Friday 11 June 2021|
|Study Period 2||Monday 30 August 2021 – Friday 10 September 2021|
|Study Period 3||Monday 29 November 2021 – Friday 10 December 2021|
Exam venues and seating
The venue and seating for each of your exams is listed on your personalised timetable in Student One. Be sure to plan ahead and know well in advance of your exam date and time and how to get to your exam venue. Try to arrive at your exam venue 30 minutes prior to the commencement of your exam.
Students with disabilities and carers
If you have a disability or are caring for someone with a disability make sure you register with AccessAbility Services when you first enrol in your unit.
You can apply for a personalised equitable assessment arrangement but you'll need to have registered with AccessAbility Services at least four weeks before your assessment.
Your personalised assessment arrangements will then be sent to your Swinburne student email address by the Exams and Assessment Team.
If you have not contacted AccessAbility Services at least four weeks before your assessment there may not be time to put your arrangements in place.
Can’t find your final assessment information?
Contact your lecturer or tutor if you’re unsure which kinds of assessment you need to complete for each unit, or check your unit Canvas Shell.
- Vocational education students have no formal assessment periods — for assessment information, talk to your teacher.
- Swinburne Online students — refer to the Swinburne Online website for your exam information.
- Open Universities Australia — your final assessment schedule will be provided via CANVAS at least four weeks prior to the commencement of the published assessment period. Your final assessment will take the form of an online assessment task as provided by your individual unit convenors.
- Hawthorn Online students based outside Melbourne — your final assessment schedule will be provided via CANVAS at least four weeks prior to the commencement of the published exam period. Your final assessment will take the form of an online assessment task as provided by your individual unit convenors.