Enrolment & Orientation

Semester 1, 2013 Enrolment Dates


Enrolment groups
Session Times
Enrolment Locations

 UNDERGRADUATE

UAC Main Round

Tuesday 22 January 2013

A to K

9.30am-12.30pm

L to Z

1.30pm-4pm

The Hearth, Level 2, Wilkinson Building

148 City Road, The University of Sydney

UAC Late Round

Friday 1 February 2013

9.30am-12.30pm

The Hearth, Level 2, Wilkinson Building

148 City Road, The University of Sydney

UAC Final Round

Friday 8 February 2013

10am-1pm

Student Administration Centre

Level 2, Wilkinson Building

148 City Road, The University of Sydney

Undergraduate Re-enrolment (continuing students only)

Monday 11 February 2013

9.30am-12.30pm

The Hearth, Level 2, Wilkinson Building

148 City Road, The University of Sydney

 POSTGRADUATE

Master of Architecture

Friday 1 February 2013

1.30pm-4pm

The Hearth, Level 2, Wilkinson Building

148 City Road, The University of Sydney

Postgraduate Domestic (All other degrees)

Monday 4 February 2013

4pm-7pm

The Hearth, Level 2, Wilkinson Building

148 City Road, The University of Sydney

Postgraduate Re-enrolment (continuing students only)

Monday 11 February 2013

1.30pm-4pm

The Hearth, Level 2, Wilkinson Building

148 City Road, The University of Sydney

INTERNATIONAL

International (All Degrees)

Monday 18 February 2013

9.30am - 12.30pm

The Hearth, Level 2, Wilkinson Building

148 City Road, The University of Sydney

What is Enrolment Day?

Enrolment day is the second stage of your admissions process - after you have applied and been offered a place in your chosen course either through UAC or directly via the University of Sydney.

At Enrolment day, you will choose the subjects you wish to undertake in the coming semester, apply for fee deferral including HECS, FEE-HELP and CSP places, submit applications for credit and obtain a student card. (Note: Your subject choices are still flexible at this time and can be altered up to Census date Febuary 29th 2013.)

Once you have accepted your offer of a place, your enrolment papers will be automatically generated. (Note: This can take up to 3 days from the time you accept your offer, and you may have to wait extended periods of time for papers to be created on the day if you accept your offer late).

These papers will include details of your course admission, personal contact details which need to be checked and corrected where required.

If you are a domestic student and cannot attend on your designated enrolment day, you can enrol by proxy. To arrange a proxy enrollment, please complete the proxy authority form, nominating someone to enrol on your behalf, and ensure you sign it. If you cannot download the proxy form, a signed letter nominating and authorising another person to act on your behalf for your enrolment will suffice.

For non-UAC students, enrolment will also be possible after the designated session by visiting the Student Administration Office on Level 2 of the Wilkinson Building. Contact details and opening hours are available from the Student Administration Centre website.

What to bring

Here's a checklist of things you will need to bring with you to enrolment:

  • Photo identification
  • UAC offer slip (tear this off from the bottom of your UAC offer letter) for local undergraduate students - a copy of your offer email for all other students
  • Your current address and phone details (including your mobile phone number)
  • The units of study you wish to enrol into or seek academic advice about
  • Your Tax File Number (TFN) or Certificate of Application for a TFN, if you are enrolling as a Commonwealth assisted student

You may also need to bring:

  • If you are a permanent resident, the date your permanent residency was granted
  • Evidence of your new citizenship status if it has recently changed
  • If you are applying for credit or advance standing, documentation of previous study to support your claim, such as academic transcript and unit of study outlines (see our frequently asked questions for a list of standard exemptions from common feeder programs in New South Wales)
  • Signed proxy authorisation form (if you are acting as a proxy for an applicant)
  • A blue or black ball-point pen

Decisions you need to make on enrolment day

  • What units of study you will be enrolling into for this year. Don't worry if you are unsure. We have an enrolment guide that recommends units of study for you, and you can always change your mind between enrolment day and the start of semester.
  • Whether you will be paying up front or deferring payment (for local students).
  • If you want to apply for exemptions for previous study at University or TAFE.

Costs of study

There are no payments required on enrolment day, and individual unit costs for the current semester's subject load will only be incurred after Census date on March 31 2014.
If you are eligible and would like to apply to defer your fees to Fee-Help, you can apply for this at enrolment day.
More details on this option can be found at the [Fee-Help Website||http://studyassist.gov.au/sites/studyassist/helppayingmyfees/fee-help/pages/fee-help-]

Postgraduate Timetable

To assist you in your planning for study in 2013: Download a PDF Version of 2013 Postgraduate Timetable

Other enrolment information

How long should I allow to enrol?
Enrolment involves two stages. For most enrolments in Semester 1, both processes will be completed in the Sydney School of Architecture, Design and Planning's Wilkinson Building, where you collect your enrolment papers, choose the units of study you are taking, lodge these units with the Student Administration Centre (who will check them to make sure they are correct) and organise payment/deferment of fees. You should be able to finish all of this in under an hour, although we appreciate your patience if there is a queue.

What about continuing students?
If you are continuing your studies within the same course, you would have been invited to re-enrol during Semester 2 of the preceeding year. Re-enrolment takes place once a year. You can re-enrol online using your MyUni account (recommended) or by submitting a paper re-enrolment form to the Faculty as directed in the University's communication. If you fail to re-enrol by the set date, you will need to re-enrol in person at the session advised above.

Orientation and Welcome for New Students

New student orientation:
Thursday 28 February

For more information, see the Orientation web page.

For University wide important dates please see Here.