UN and Australian Autonomous Sanctions requirements

N.B - this information applied to visiting international student.  Please refer to PTC for visiting academic information.

The University must abide by the UN and Australian Autonomous Sanctions Act, which are rigorous requirements for people from sanctioned countries undertaking research in Australia, including research degree students and visiting researchers.

Potential students and visitors from sanctioned regimes must undertake a risk assessment before their application can be considered.

It is important to note that it is the research project which is subject to scrutiny, rather than the person.  The exception to this is a person whose name appears on the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade Consolidated List, which is a list of all persons who are subject to targeted financial sanctions or travel bans under Australian sanctions laws.

To complete a risk assessment use the Sanctions compliance form for international HDR applicants, or visiting international students and researchers.  If you have any questions please contact your Associate Dean: Research Education, or the HDR Admissions team.