If you are an undergraduate student enrolled in one of the College's degree programs, the CAP Student Centre is your 'one stop shop' for all student administration matters. You can book appointments through our new online system, browse our FAQs, email or phone us, or pop in to the CAP Student Centre to visit us in person. All contact details, including a handy map, can be found below.
Please be aware that a ‘PX’ final result is an offer to take a supplementary assessment item for a course.
Supplementary and Deferred exams will be held on the first week of semester unless otherwise notified by course convener.
Release of Results for non standard session courses
Non standard sessions are Summer, Autumn, Winter and Spring. Results for all CAP's undergraduate non-standard session courses are released at the same time with the standard semester immediately after the session. For courses studied overseas, results are usually released in the semester after the transcript is received from the host institution.
The College of Asia and the Pacific has a limited amount dedicated to student sponsorship each year. In order to best distribute these funds, student societies and groups are asked to apply for sponsorship from the College. Applications will be considered each semester, and awarded on the basis of merit. To be considered you must submit a sponsorship proposal.
Groups/organisations seeking sponsorships should be asked to submit a written sponsorship proposal, which should clearly outline the details of the undertaking for which sponsorship is being sought, and most importantly the benefits to the College of Asia and the Pacific from participation in terms of the University’s goals and objectives.
Sponsorships can take form of either cash payments or in-kind support (or both). Please be clear in your application what you are asking for. Examples of in-kind support include:
Sponsorship proposals should contain at least:
Applications should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org by the end of week 2, each semester. Applications will be assessed by a panel and successful applicants will be informed by the end of week 4. You can apply in advance for events that occur before this cut-off. Eg. Orientation week events need to be applied for in Semester 2 of the previous year.