Key dates & fees

Dates

Semester 1, 2018

Start date  Monday, 5 March 

Assignment due date  Tuesday, 1 May 

Exam date  week commencing Monday, 11 June 

Risk Management Project brief due date — Tuesday, 27 March 

Risk Management Project risk report due date — Tuesday, 12 June 

Semester 2, 2018

Start date — Monday, 6 August 

Assignment due date  Tuesday, 2 October 

Exam date  week commencing Monday, 12 November

Risk Management Project brief due date — Monday, 27 August 

Risk Management Project risk report due date — Monday, 12 November

Timetables

View Semester 2, 2017 timetable

View Semester 1, 2018 timetable

View Semester 2, 2018 timetable 

Fees

Subject fees are the same for each mode of study:

  • Non-members $2,190 per subject
  • Governance Institute subscribers $2,090 per subject
  • Members $1,940 per subject.

Some subjects do have required texts. For details please go to the Subject content page. For further details on enrolment please go to the Enrolment centre.

Subject materials

You will receive soft copy (PDF) materials at no charge via the Online Learning Centre. 

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