Continuing student enrolment
This site provides information on continuing student enrolment, and will guide you through the process of enrolling for the coming academic year.
Continuing student enrolment for 2014 will open on 14 October and must be completed by the following deadlines:
- online enrolment closes Friday, 3 January 2014
- on paper enrolment closes Friday, 29 November 2013.*
Failure to enrol by the closing dates may result in late penalties.
*Some continuing students will be required to complete paper enrolment by 29 November 2013, or in-person enrolment in early 2014 as indicated by their faculty (see below).
Enrolment is compulsory for most continuing students.
- Undergraduate and postgraduate coursework students: enrolment requires you to select the units of study you wish to undertake in 2014. You will also need to select your major(s) if you have not done so previously (if applicable) – select ‘Majors’ on the Course Update page.
- Postgraduate research students: enrolment simply requires you to indicate your intention to continue with your studies in 2014
If you expect to complete your studies by the end of 2013, you do not need to enrol.
Most continuing students are required to enrol online for 2014. Go to MyUni, click on ADMIN and select ‘Continuing enrolment 2014’.
Exceptions to this requirement are students enrolling in the courses listed below, who must complete a paper or in-person enrolment in early 2014.
|Faculty||Exceptions to online continuing student enrolment|
|Architecture||Continuing honours students may enrol online. Students wishing to apply for honours must do so via Sydney Student by 31 January 2014.|
|Arts and Social Sciences*||All undergraduate diploma students, BA (Adv.) (Hons) and continuing undergraduate honours students can
in January, using their university email address, to process their enrolment.
Students wishing to apply for honours must do so via Sydney Student by 31 October, 2013.
|Business School||Undergraduate honours students must enrol in person on Thursday, 13 February 2014. All undergraduate honours applicants must lodge an application online through Sydney Student by Friday, 29 November 2013.|
|Education and Social Work*||All continuing DipEd(Aboriginal Studies) and BEd(Aboriginal Studies) students must enrol on paper.|
|Engineering and Information Technologies||Continuing Master of Professional Engineering students must enrol on paper.|
|Sydney Nursing School*||Students in the FINAL year of Master of Nursing combined degrees (GH014, GH015, GH016, GH018, GH019, GH020, and GH021).|
|Science||All continuing undergraduate honours students must enrol on paper. All undergraduate honours applicants must lodge an application online through Sydney Student by 31 October 2013 (international students) or 30 November 2013 (domestic students).|
|Sydney College of the Arts||All continuing Bachelor of Visual Arts students must enrol on paper. Continuing undergraduate honours students must enrol in-person in February 2014. All undergraduate honours applicants must lodge an application online through Sydney Student by 31 October 2013.|
|Veterinary Science||All continuing undergraduate honours students should attempt to enrol online. All new undergraduate honours applicants must lodge an application online through Sydney Student by 15 November 2013.|
*If you are required to enrol on paper, you need to download and lodge your completed 2014 continuing enrolment form at your faculty by 29 November 2013.
If you are intending to enrol in Summer School and the unit(s) of study you will be enrolling in are pre-requisites for units of study you intend to enrol in for Semester One or Semester Two 2014, you must enrol in the Summer School unit(s) first otherwise your 2014 enrolment will be rejected due to a lack of pre-requisites.
If your enrolment is successful a confirmation email will be sent to your Sydney Mail account in early January 2014.
Students with fees to pay will be able to access a Statement of Fees Due through MyUni
If your 2014 unit of study choices are not approved you will be required to enrol in-person. Advice concerning in-person enrolment will be emailed to you in early January 2014.
Varying your enrolment
You can make changes to your enrolment selections through MyUni until online enrolment for continuing students closes on 3 January 2014.
Enrolment variation will then open through MyUni from 10 February 2014.
Student Campus Cards
If your study selections are approved, your 2014 Student Campus Card will be mailed to your nominated Australian correspondence address by 31st March 2014.
If you have nominated an overseas address as your correspondence address, your card will be held for collection by the Campus Card Centre. For more information on card collection arrangements, visit the Card Centre website.
To apply for a travel concession for 2014, you must complete the online declaration on MyUni no later than 3 January 2014.
Please read the declaration carefully and only submit if you meet the eligibility requirements.
I have a question
If you are experiencing difficulties enrolling, or require specific academic advice you should attend your faculty office for assistance. You should always try enrolling online in the first instance.
All other enquiries regarding your enrolment can be directed to the Enrolments Office, Student Centre.
I intend to transfer, suspend or discontinue my studies in 2014
If you are applying to transfer to another award course via the Universities Admissions Centre (UAC) or internally, contact your current faculty for advice concerning your enrolment arrangements.
If you wish to suspend your current enrolment you must apply through your faculty office.
If you enrol successfully and later decide not to continue with your enrolment in 2014, you MUST advise your faculty office in writing no later than the relevant census date International students must also advise the International Office no later than the relevant census date. If you do not advise your faculty in writing by the relevant census date, your candidature will lapse and you will incur financial and academic penalties.
I want to change my payment option
If you are an eligible Commonwealth supported and/or assisted student and want to change your payment option for 2014 you must attend the Student Centre (Health Science students, go to Student Central). You cannot change your payment option through the online enrolment process.
Student Visa holders
Under ESOS legislation, student visa holders are required to complete their course within the duration specified on their electronic Confirmation of Enrolment (eCoE). Student visa holders are therefore required to be enrolled in a full-time study load of 24 credit points per semester. However there are exceptional circumstances where a student visa holder may apply to reduce his or her study load.
Further information can be found on the Student visas website.