All ANU students are required to meet satisfactory academic progress. This means that they must meet the minimum academic performance requirements as established by the University. What constitutes satisfactory academic progress depends on the level of the program or, in some circumstances, requirements specific to an individual program.
In addition to the academic performance (academic progress) expected of all ANU students, international students are also subject to the academic performance conditions of their student visas.
All international students should familiarise themselves with The National Code of Practice for Registration Authorities and Providers of Education and Training to Overseas Students which outlines international students' and the University's responsibilities in relation to academic progress and other matters.
Exclusion from the University as a result of failure to make satisfactory academic progress may result in the automatic cancellation of a student’s visa. Under some circumstances, an international student may be entitled to appeal an exclusion decision.