SUMMER MODULES/COURSE

INFORMATION

All Brunei government-sponsored students  are always encourared to take up modules to maximize use of their time during the summer holidays, which may last from the end of November up to February/March. Students interested in doing summer modules are advise to write for permission to the Director of Studies and to email the letter to students@brunei.org.au.

As spaces are limited, intending students will need to enrol early, even before permission is given. Students usually take summer modules for  a number of reasons, namely:

  • to reduce lprogram duration and finish early,
  • to reduce semester overloadas, OR
  • to make up for lost and insufficient credits.

In the unlikelihood that permission is not granted, students may either drop the module before cut-off date. Otherwise, the student will be responsible for the payment of the summer module(s). 


NEW MODULES

Taking up a new module during the summer semester will usually not incur additional cost to the student as long as the new module is part of the  prescribed program module framework. A student will however, need to self-fund the summer module if its is not. Either way, permission needs to be sought through EAUC's Director of Studies as it usually takes time to get feedback from MOE..

REPEAT OR REPLACEMENT MODUL

All government-sponsored scholars including MOE, DANA, BAS, MORA, UBD, and SBPP recipients are required to apply early to EAUC in order to repeat or replace failed module(s) during tne summer semester. However, SBPP recipients may have to self-fund replacement or repeated modules as MOE does not pay for replacement or repeat modules. EAUC will inform the university to invoice the students affected directly for the module replacement/repeat.This payment is however not refundable from EAUC or MOE.
REPEAT OR REPLACEMENT MODUL
All government-sponsored scholars including MOE, DANA, BAS, MORA, UBD, and SBPP recipients are required to apply early to EAUC in order to repeat or replace failed module(s) during tne summer semester. However, SBPP recipients may have to self-fund replacement or repeated modules as MOE does not pay for replacement or repeat modules. EAUC will inform the university to invoice the students affected directly for the module replacement/repeat.This payment is however not refundable from EAUC or MOE.

SUMMER APPLICATION
Those intending on doing summer modules, either to reduce their semester load, shorten program duration, or to catch-up on lost module credits, are required to do the following.


  • Submit the Online Examination Result Form - Online ERF at least three (3) days after results are realeased,
  • Write a letter to the Director of Studies seeking permission for taking summer modules.
  • Email a pdf copy of the Academic Transcripts/Statements to students@brunei.org.au;
  • Request the lecuturer (of the failed module) to complete and submit a detailed Onlin Academic Progress Report - Online APR.

ADVANCE PAYMENTS
Once the online forms and support documents are ready, the EAUC will forward the applications to MOE (Scholarship Division or Higher Education) for approval. Students will be required to pay for the summer modules they take as approval takes some time to come from the MOE. Students eligible for a reimbursement can submit the Online Application for Reimbursement - Online AFR4 once approval

Important Links
Online Examination Result Form - Online ERF
Online Academic Progress Report