Payments for students managed by Centrelink are not paid indefinitely. A limit is set for the length of time you can continue to receive payment at each level of study. This limit is based on the course you are currently taking. Other studies you have already done at the same level can also be taken into account. It only takes into account the normal minimum duration of a completed course, whether you have actually studied longer or not. Reference Policy: Guide SS 126.96.36.199 Satisfaction of YA`s Activity Test, 188.8.131.52 Full-time students, 3.2.7,100 full-time full-time students satisfactory progress An YA student who has reached his satisfactory progress time in a course loses access to university as a student, to the student bank and to a sector without income. In the case of a non-student participation course, a student is considered a full-time student whose: if you are a person with a disability over the age of 25, who has a significant physical, psychiatric or mental disability and is therefore unable to attend full-time studies or take a course within the minimum duration allowed by other students , you can complete at least 25% of the normal full-time studies for the course while benefiting from learning. This includes studying part-time workload of at least 25% or more of a full-time equivalent course. Example 1: Vincent is 20 years old and has completed a year of economics studies at university. He retired from the Bwusrig and switched to engineering after a year.
With Vincent withdrawing from his previous trajectory for reasons that were not beyond his control, Vincent must respect the terms of an YA activity agreement until he completes his course in time considered a satisfactory advance in this course or is no longer qualified for YA, depending on the earliest moment. However, a person may, in certain circumstances, be allowed to continue his studies as an YA job seeker (the study was admitted as a short course). These students must have their studies enrolled in an EPP. Explanation: A failure in a course is when a student is prevented by the institution from taking the course for any reason. This refers to if you have ever studied in a tertiary course but have not completed the course. Enter the year or stage of your current course, z.B the second year nine, the first tertiary year.