If you are an international student studying onshore in Australia, generally, you cannot transfer between registered providers until you have completed six calendar months of your principal course.
To transfer to another education provider before or during the first six months of your principal course will require a special application to request release from Charles Sturt University.
International students should use the Application for Release to: apply for permission to transfer to another education provider before or during the first six months of your principal course.
Your principal course is the main course of study you undertake. If your student visa has been issued for multiple courses, your principal course is usually your final course of study.
Keep in mind:
If you are not satisfied with the decision you can appeal.
If the university grants a release it will be at no cost to you.
More information about applying for release can be found in our International On-Shore Students Provider Transfer Policy.