Here are the term dates for the new UNSW3+ Academic Calendar for 2019 and 2020. Please check the starting dates for each of your courses in the Class Timetable as they will vary depending on the teaching period.
This calendar is for all students except: Study Abroad & Exchange, AGSM MBA, Medicine (undergraduate), UNSW Canberra and Higher Degree Research.
The transition to UNSW3+ began in Term 1, 2019.
|Summer Term||26 Nov 2018 - 9 Feb 2019||6 Jan - 7 Feb|
|Teaching period U1||26 Nov 2018 - 1 Feb 2019||6 Jan - 7 Feb|
|Teaching period U1C||3 Dec 2018 - 25 Jan 2019||NA|
|Teaching recess||15 Dec 2018 - 1 Jan 2019||NA|
|UNSW Shutdown||20 Dec 2018 - 1 Jan 2019||24 Dec 2019 - 5 Jan 2020|
|Teaching period U1B||2 Jan - 1 Feb 2019||NA|
|Exams U1C||29 Jan - 2 Feb 2019||NA|
|Exams U1 & U1B||4 - 9 Feb 2019||NA|
|Term 1||18 Feb - 18 May||17 Feb - 16 May|
|O-Week||11 Feb - 15 Feb||10 Feb - 14 Feb|
|Teaching period T1||18 Feb - 1 May||17 Feb - 28 Apr|
|Teaching period T1A||18 Feb - 22 Mar||17 Feb - 20 Mar|
|Teaching period T1B||25 Mar - 26 Apr||23 Mar - 24 Apr|
|Study period T1||2 May - 4 May||29 Apr - 1 May|
|Exams T1||6 May - 18 May||2 May - 16 May|
|Term break||19 May - 2 June||17 May - 31 May|
|Term 2||3 June - 31 Aug||1 June - 29 Aug|
|Teaching period T2||3 June - 13 Aug||1 June - 10 Aug|
|Teaching period T2A||3 June - 5 July||1 June - 3 July|
|Teaching period T2B||8 July - 9 Aug||6 July - 7 August|
|Teaching period T2C||12 Aug - 13 Sep||10 Aug - 11 Sept|
|Study period T2||14 Aug - 16 Aug||11 Aug - 13 Aug|
|Exams T2||17 Aug - 31 Aug||14 Aug - 29 Aug|
|Term break||1 Sep - 15 Sep||30 Aug - 13 Sep|
|Term 3||16 Sep - 14 Dec||14 Sep - 12 Dec|
|O-Week||11 Sep - 13 Sep||9 Sep - 11 Sep|
|Teaching period T3||16 Sep - 25 Nov||14 Sep - 23 Nov|
|Teaching period T3A||16 Sep - 18 Oct||14 Sep - 16 Oct|
|Teaching period T3B||21 Oct - 22 Nov||19 Oct - 20 Nov|
|Study period T3||26 Nov - 28 Nov||24 Nov - 26 Nov|
|Exams T3||29 Nov - 14 Dec||27 Nov - 12 Dec|
- Standard university teaching hours are Monday to Friday 9am to 9pm. If you are enrolled in a class taught in non-standard hours or format (e.g. on weekends or in intensive format), you should refer to the teaching start and end dates on your myUNSW class timetable (or as advised by your course convenor) as these may differ from the standard calendar dates listed above.
- What are T1, T2A, U1B etc? Some of the dates on this page include abbreviations (such as T1, T2, U1) that refer to specific periods of teaching in each term/semester. These abbreviations are explained on the Teaching Periods page.