Result Bans are now on
Legally protected industrial bans on the transmission to the University of student assessment results are now in place at several universities across the country. Bans are currently on at Curtin University in WA, and Uni SA and Flinders in SA.
The purpose of the ban on transmission of student results is to impact on university administration. There is no intention to cause any serious harm to students. Students who believe that they will suffer undue hardship because of the bans should apply to the exemptions committee at their university.
University of Melbourne exemption application. (Melbourne bans lifted, 16 December)
Information for Melbourne staff. (Melbourne bans lifted, 16 December)
RMIT exemption application. (RMIT bans lifted, Nov 30)
Information for RMIT staff. (RMIT bans lifted, Nov 30)
Article from The Australian about the bans. (new, 24 Nov)
Student information flyer (Melbourne University only). (pdf, 800kb) (new, 25 Nov)
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Results bans at the University of Melbourne has been lifted after an agreement was reached between the NTEU and the University. More here.
RMIT results bans have been lifted after an agreement was reached between the NTEU and the University. More here.