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Enrolment and re-enrolment


The first thing to do if you have received an offer to study with us is to accept it, as outlined in your letter of offer.

If you have done this already, go to our Enrolment site, which will take you though the enrolment process step by step.

Business School Information you may require for Enrolment

Students who commenced study before 2018 should refer to the handbook of the year they commenced study and any transitional arrangements that may be in place to assist them in re-enrolment.

Selecting your major/specialisation and units of study:

Bachelor of Commerce, Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Advanced Studies, and Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Laws

(1) Choose a major or program from the following Table A subject areas:

(2) Choose a second major or minor from the Table A subject areas (above) or the Table S subject areas. Note. Students enrolled in the Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Advanced Studies must select a second major. Students enrolled in the Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor Laws cannot complete a second major or minor - they only select one major from Table A.

(3) Then select your units of study. For your first two semesters of study, you must complete all 1000-level core units – you can spread these units out over both semesters – however, all students must select BUSS1000 in their first semester of study. Select these from the Degree Core 1000-level unit of study collection for the sessions as follows:

Students commencing from Semester 1 (March):

Example for Semester 1 (S1C) session:

Example for Semester 2 (S2C) Session:

Students commencing from Semester 2 (July):

Example for Semester 2 (S2C) session:

(3) Next select the 1000-level core units of study for your major/minor/program or electives from the Table A and Table S collections. For all majors/minors/program, you need to complete specific junior units within your first year of study. For Table A majors, minors and programs these are:

Select these from the relevant collection such as the major / minor / program unit collections.

* Note. Students who wish to complete a Business Law major or minor in combination with the Professional Accounting program can replace the 1000-level core units listed for this major/minor with CLAW2214 in their second year of study.

To select a unit of study from Table S, consult the relevant Handbook or search the collections on the left side of the unit of study selection screen.

Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Laws students

Students in the Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Laws combined degree must enrol in their Year 1 Law units as follows:

Unit of study for Year 1 Combined Law Credit points Session

LAWS1006 Foundations of Law

6

Semester 1 (S1C)

LAWS1012 Torts

6

Semester 2 (S2C)

LAWS1013 Legal Research I

0

Semester 2 (S2C)

Students commencing the combined Law degree from Semester 2, 2018 will not be able to enrol in their core Law units until Semester 1, 2019.

For more information about your degree, majors and unit of study selections beyond the first semester of study, see the website and handbook.

Master of Commerce

(1) Choose one specialisation from the following subject areas:

You may choose additional specialisations from this list as optional specialisations.

(2) Then select your core units of study. In your first semester, there is one core unit, BUSS5020 Business Insights. Select this from the core unit collection.

(3) Next select at least two foundational units of study. For your specialisation/s and/or as foundational electives. For some specialisations, you need to complete specific foundational units, and we recommend that you choose these units in your first semester. These are:

(4) Choose any remaining units from the foundational unit collection (a maximum of six foundational units can be completed), the elective unit collection or the collections for your chosen specialisation/s.

For more information about your degree, specialisations and unit of study selections beyond the first semester of study, see the website and handbook.

Master of Professional Accounting

(1) In your first year (full-time study), you must enrol in core units of study. Select these from the core unit collection as follows:

Students commencing study in Semester 1 (March):

In your Semester 1 (S1C) session:

* These units must be completed in your first semester of study.

In your Semester 2 (S2C) session:

Students commencing study in Semester 2 (July):

In your Semester 2 (S2C) session:

* These units must be completed in your first semester of study.

For more information about your degree and unit of study selections beyond the first semester of study, see the website and handbook.

Master of Management

Students commencing in Semester 1 (S1C):

Semester 1 (S1C) units

Winter session of enrolment

* Students must complete either MMGT6014 or MMGT6015. MMGT6015 is offered in both winter and summer sessions and MMGT6014 is only offered in the winter session.

Semester 2 (S2C) units

Students commencing in Semester 2 (S2C):

Semester 2 (S2C) units only

Master of Management (CEMS)

For details, please contact the Master of Management (CEMS) program manager.

Master of Marketing

In your two semesters of study (full-time study), there are eight core units of study. Select these from the core unit collection as follows:

For students commencing in Semester 1 (March):

In your Semester 1 (S1C) session:

In your July Intensive (S2CIJL) session:

In your Semester 2 (S2C) session:

In your December Intensive (S2CIDE) session:

For students commencing in Semester 2 (July):

In your Semester 2 (S2C) session:

In your December Intensive (S2CIDE) session:

For more information about your degree and unit of study selections beyond first semester of study, see the website and handbook.

Master of Human Resource Management and Industrial Relations

(1) In yourtwo semesters of study (full-time study), there are three core units of study to complete. Select these from the core unit collection as follows:

For students commencing study in Semester 1 (March):

In your Semester 1 (S1C) session:

In your Semester 2 (S2C) sessions:

For students commencing study in Semester 2 (July):

In your Semester 2 (S2C) session:

(2) You need to select elective units of study (five in total for your first year – full-time study) from the elective collections. Refer to website for details of available units.

For more information about your degree and unit of study selections beyond the first semester of study, see the website and handbook.

Master of International Business

(1) In your two semesters of study (full-time study), there are four core units of study. Select these from the core unit collection as follows:

For students commencing study in Semester 1 (March):

In your Semester 1 (S1C) session:

In your Semester 2 (S2C) session:

For students commencing study in Semester 2 (July):

In your Semester 2 (S2C) session:

(2) You need to select four more elective units of study for your first year (full-time study) from the elective unit collection. Refer to website for details of available units.

For more information about your degree and unit of study selections beyond the first semester of study, see the website and handbook.

Master of Logistics and Supply Chain Management

(1) In your first two semesters of study, there are five core units of study to complete. Select these from the core unit collection as follows:

For students commencing study in Semester 1 (March):

In your Semester 1 (S1C) session:

In your Semester 2 (S2C) session:

For students commencing study in Semester 2 (July):

In your Semester 2 (S2C) session:

(2) You will also need to select elective units of study for your first year of study (maximum four units – full-time study for the degree with three in the first year) from the elective unit collection. Refer to website for details of available units.

For more information about your degree and unit of study selections beyond the first semester of study, see the website and handbook.

Master of Business Administration and Graduate Diploma in Business Administration

Refer to http://mba.sydney.edu.au/. If you need further assistance, please email business.mba@sydney.edu.au.

Global Executive Master of Business Administration

For information pertaining to your enrolment please email business.globalemba@sydney.edu.au

PhD and Master of Philosophy

Please contact the Business School Research Unit for enrolment information.

Need more advice?

For advice about majors, specialisations and unit of study selections:

  • Telephone: 1800 SYD UNI
  • Visit the Student Centre at Level 3, Jane Foss Russell Building, Darlington Campus
  • Submit a web enquiry: sydney.edu.au/make-an-enquiry

Orientation

The Business School's Orientation program provides a valuable insight into the skills, techniques and expectations required to secure your success in your studies.

One of the primary purposes of orientation is to equip you with some basic knowledge and tools that will help you adapt to your life as a university student. It provides a valuable introduction to some of the support services that are at your disposal, and will provide support in developing the academic skills required to secure your success. Perhaps the most important aspect of the program is the opportunity to meet your fellow students from around the world and some of our academic staff.

We strongly encourage all students to attend Orientation.

Timetables

To obtain your personal class timetable please go to MyUni and click on the Timetable icon on the left hand side of the screen under "Applications". Then, follow the instructions given.

Assistance completing your online Enrolment

For all enrolment enquiries contact:
T 1800 SYD UNI (1800 793 864) (in Australia) or +61 2 8627 1444 (outside Australia)
E Make an enquiry
W Current Student website
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