Faculty of Health Sciences new enrolment
How to accept your offer and enrol - first steps
What you need to know about Faculty specific enrolment information
Welcome to the Faculty of Health Sciences enrolment information pages.
The Faculty of Health Sciences has Faculty specific enrolment requirements for new students. Please check all our pages to ensure you have all the relevant information to prepare for your course.
New commencing students
Congratulations on receiving an offer to study at the Faculty of Health Sciences.
If you are a Faculty of Health Sciences Undergraduate, Postgraduate or Higher Degree Research student, you should read the information in this section to ensure you are prepared for your online enrolment. You are advised to read all information in this section before you enrol online.
- Enter your name correctly
- Academic advice
- Student card collection
- Grammar Bridging Course
- Course deferral
- Orientation day
- Enrolment assistance
- Undergraduate course specific information
- Faculty specific enrolment
Enter your name correctly: Ensure you enter your full name while providing personal details in your online enrolment process. FHS students undergo a criminal records check before they can commence clinical placements. It is important that the name on your University student card matches exactly the name given on your other photo ID (e.g. driver’s license), including any middle name(s). Students with a name mismatch will not be able to collect their student cards (name corrections will then need to be made via the Sydney Student portal, see: “My Details > Personal Details”). For more information about Criminal Records Check.
Academic advice: The Faculty is holding an academic advice session for the following two courses;
- Bachelor of Health Sciences
- Bachelor of Applied Science (Speech Pathology)
Academic Advice session: To be advised for 2016
Venue: Block E - foyer E101.
Student enrolling into the two courses above are welcome to attend if they require guidance in selecting electives or wish to discuss options for their second major.
Academic Advice for all other courses: will be provided via email request. Please email your student ID, course and query to:
Coursework students -
Higher degree research students -
Credit: All individual units of study completed 5 years prior to application will not be granted credit. Complete your enrolment as promptly as possible and enrol in the units for which you seek credit. Your enrolment will be adjusted by the Faculty if credit is granted. Find out more about credit
Student card collection: All commencing students for the Faculty of Health Sciences (except Bachelor of Health Sciences) are to collect their Student card from Student Central - Block F, Cumberland Campus. Your collection dates will be emailed to you. More information about student card collection
Orientation day: Bachelor of Health Sciences students will attend orientation at the Camperdown campus. Orientation for all other FHS courses will be held on the Cumberland campus
Grammar Bridging Course:
Who should take a Grammar Bridging Course? more information
Undergraduate course specific information:
Some more information about course specific requirements.
Faculty specific enrolment:
Read more about Faculty specific information for new students.
If you require more information or enrolment assistance you can contact us on:
T: 1800 SYD UNI (1800 793 864) (In Australia) or
T: + 61 2 8627 1444 (Outside Australia)
- 2 for enquiries about enrolment and other self-service process advice and functional questions
- 3 to follow up requests on HECS and domestic fees, your student card, graduations, timetables, examinations
- 4 to reset your password or UniKey login through the IT help desk
We're available between 9am and 5pm Australian Eastern Standard Time, Monday to Friday.
Continuing students are required to select their units of study for semester one via Sydney Student. Please visit Sydney Student now to get started.
From 2014 your student card will be valid for the duration of your enrolment at the University of Sydney. You will no longer be issued a new card each year. This means you need take care of your card and retain it while you are enrolled.