Cross-institutional study from another university
If you are enrolled at another university you are able to study individual units (subjects) at Southern Cross University as part of your degree.
To apply you must download and complete the Cross-Institutional Study – Home Institution Approval Form and have it signed and stamped by your home institution. To check the location, timing and unit codes of available subjects go to unit search. Subject (unit) descriptions can be viewed using the search facility on the course options page.
The School of Law and Justice have a selection of Summer Law School units available in intensive mode delivered by internationally recognised experts in their field. Visit Summer Law School for more information.
To apply for cross-institutional study click the apply online link and attach a scanned copy of the signed cross-institutional study home institute approval form.
Closing dates for cross-institutional applications
For information about teaching periods at Southern Cross University see Key Dates / Teaching Calendar.
|Teaching period||Closing date|
|Study Period 1, 2018||5 January 2018|
|Session 1, 2018 and Study Period 2, 2018||2 March 2018|
|Study Period 3, 2018||28 April 2018|
|Session 2, 2018 and Study Period 4, 2018||29 June 2018|
|Study Period 5, 2018||24 August 2018|
|Session 3, 2018 and Study Period 6, 2018||26 October 2018|
Cross-institutional study with the Regional Universities Network
Established in 2011, the Regional Universities Network (RUN) is a network of six universities that share a commitment to playing a transformative role in their regions. The foundation members are CQUniversity, Southern Cross University, Federation University Australia, University of New England, University of Southern Queensland and University of the Sunshine Coast.
Through educational and research contributions to regional economic, social, cultural and environmental development, the RUN member universities play an important and distinctive role in advancing Australia’s national prosperity, productivity and identity. One distinct way to achieve this is through cross-institutional study.