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Grade point average (GPA)

A grade point average (GPA) is a progressive measure of academic achievement over the duration of enrolment in a course. It provides an overall view of your performance in a course and is an internationally recognised measure of student performance.

GPA is only applicable to coursework awards that students commenced from autumn semester 2003, not research degrees.

Your GPA is calculated based on your subject grade and credit points using a pre set weighting for each grade for all courses commenced from autumn semester 2003. In most case your GPA is calculated automatically at the end of each semester.

Your GPA will be included on:

If you would like a detailed breakdown of that calculation contact your UTS Student Centre.

Further information about your GPA is avaiable, on:

Graduates and other past students

If you commenced your course from autumn semester 2003 onwards, and have completed the requirements of the course, you will have a GPA calculated for your course of study.

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