- Enrolment Dates
- Combined Law Enrolment Guide (commencing students)
- LLB Enrolment Guide (continuing students)
- Unit of Study List
- Unit of Study Descriptions
- Campus map
Students are required to attend the relevant enrolment session (see Enrolment Dates above). If you are unable to attend your scheduled enrolment day, you can authorise another person to proxy enrol on your behalf. Find out more about proxy enrolment. Unfortunately, if you (or a proxy) do not attend the scheduled enrolment session, your offer will be rescinded.
What Happens on Enrolment Day?
At your enrolment session you will:
- Enrol in semesters 1 and 2
- Have your photograph taken for your Student Campus Card; your card is mailed to you via registered post
- Sign and submit all required government documents (eg. Commonwealth Assistance Form, demographic details as required by the Federal government)
At your enrolment session you will receive:
- Your student number
- Your University email address
- Your MyUni login and password to access the online university information and service centre
- A Sydney Law School enrolment package which includes:
- An Enrolment Guide
- A Timetable and Unit of Study Descriptions
- Information on the Sydney Law School Peer Mentoring Program
What to Bring on Enrolment Day
- Domestic students must bring their UAC offer
- Identification (eg. driver’s licence)
- Proxy enrollers must bring identification and the completed proxy form signed by both the student and the proxy
- Students are NOT required to pay any fees at their enrolment session
- Tax File Number
How to Apply for Credit
Students who are transferring from another Combined Law program can apply to Sydney Law School to credit their law units. The units must not have contributed towards the conferral of another degree or qualification.
Students applying for credit of non-law units must apply to the partner faculty.
It is preferable that students applying for law credit do so prior to enrolment day by initially emailing an Application for Credit form, an academic transcript and a unit description to Professional Law Programs. All relevant documentation indicated on the application form, including an original transcript, will need to be subsequently submitted on enrolment day. Students submitting an application form on enrolment day should be aware that this may extend the time taken to finalise your enrolment on the day.
Students who have successfully pre-enrolled
Students who have successfully pre-enrolled will be eligible to amend their unit selections from mid-February 2013 onwards via MyUni. Bachelor of Laws students who experience any difficulty in varying their enrolment online, can submit a Variation of Enrolment Request form to the Law School Information Desk from 20 February.
Combined Law students who are still completing their first degree and cannot vary their enrolment online should contact the partner faculty.
Students who are not yet enrolled in 2013
Students in the following categories who are due to commence their penultimate law year in 2013 must register for the enrolment session to be held on 13 February 2013:
- Did not pre-enrol or pre-enrolment was unsuccessful
- Returning to studies after period of suspension
- Concurrent enrolment approval
The closing date to register for this late enrolment session is Monday 4 February 2013. Please register by emailing your full name and SID to Professional Law Programs.
For any enquiries regarding enrolment, please do not hesitate to contact Professional Law Programs.