2015 Enrolment and Re-enrolment

Commencing Students
Recommencing Students (returning after suspension)
Continuing Students
Concurrent Enrolment
Assistance Completing Your Online Enrolment
Personal Timetables
Class Attendance Requirements
Relevant Links

Commencing Students

Congratulations on your offer to study Combined Law at Sydney Law School!

For the duration of your first degree your enrolment will be principally managed by one of our partner faculties (Architecture, Arts & Social Sciences, the Business School, Engineering & Information Technologies, and Science) depending on which combined degree you select. However, Law School staff will be available to assist you with any law-specific enquiries including advice on selection of law units and degree progression.

Accept Your Offer

Before you enrol in the Combined Law program you will need to accept your offer as outlined in your offer letter.

If you are a domestic student who has received an offer via UAC, please note the last day to enrol:

UAC Offers (Domestic Students)

Last Day to Enrol…

Thursday 4 December 2014

Thursday 11 December 2014

Tuesday 6 January 2015

Tuesday 13 January 2015

Wednesday 21 January 2015

Wednesday 28 January 2015

Tuesday 3 February 2015

Tuesday 10 February 2015

Select a Combined Law Degree

Once you accept your offer you will need to select which combined degree you wish to enrol in:

Plan Your Studies

As a Combined Law student you choose a combination of law and non-law units in your first degree. Once you complete your first degree, you undertake only law units in your final two years in order to complete your Bachelor of Laws.

To help you select your law units, please refer to the Bachelor of Laws: Degree Structure.
Please note the law component of the combined degree is a fixed program and you must enrol in your law units in the sequence indicated.

To help you select your non-law units, please visit the relevant partner faculty website:
Architecture
Arts & Social Sciences
Business School
Engineering & Information Technologies
Science

Complete Your Enrolment

Please visit the University's Enrolment Site to guide you through the enrolment process. You will need to select your units of study and complete your enrolment online at Sydney Student.

Credit for Previous Law Studies

After you enrol, if you are a transfer student from another Australian university and you wish to apply for law credit you should apply via the 'My studies' tab in Sydney Student.

Documentation Required
Applications for credit cannot be assessed without the following documentation:

  1. Academic transcript
  2. Unit of study outline from the institution handbook/ website/ reading guide. The outline must include:
  • Details of the unit content
  • Total contact hours
  • Assessment method {including word length, exam duration and class participation (where applicable)}
  • The session and year in which the unit was undertaken


It may take up to 10 working days to assess your credit request. Please be aware that if your credit is approved a message will be sent to your Sydney Student portal advising you to 'accept' your credit. Once you accept, the units will be added to your candidature and you will receive further advice from the Law School on how to vary your law enrolment.

To help you complete your online credit application please also refer to Applying for Credit.

Sydney Mail and University Correspondence

Sydney Mail is your official University student email account. Your UniKey details provide you with access to this account. It is a University requirement that you check this email address on a regular basis as important notices are sent to this address including the availability of LMS sites, notification of last-minute changes to class times/locations, reminders on enrolment procedures/deadlines as well as all official correspondence from the University's central administration (including the library). You can arrange to redirect your Sydney Mail to an alternative email address of your choice but you must ensure that you maintain that address.

Recommencing Students (returning after suspension)

If you are returning to your Bachelor of Laws candidature in 2015 after an approved suspension, online enrolment will be available from 15 December 2014 at Sydney Student.

Before you enrol, you should refer to Course Information to help you select your units of study. Please also see Enrolling in Elective Units below.

You are encouraged to visit the University's Enrolment Site to guide you through the enrolment process.

Continuing Students

If you were enrolled in the Bachelor of Laws in Semester 2 2014, or if you completed your first degree in Semester 2 2014 and you are transferring to the Bachelor of Laws in 2015, online enrolment will be available from 15 December 2014 at Sydney Student.

Before you enrol, you should refer to Course Information to help you select your units of study. Please also see Enrolling in Elective Units below.

You are encouraged to visit the University's Enrolment Site to guide you through the enrolment process.

Concurrent Enrolment

If you are a Combined Law student who should be enrolling in their penultimate law year in 2015 but you have fallen behind in your first degree, you may be eligible to concurrently enrol in 2015 and undertake a limited number of your penultimate-law-year units whilst you complete your first degree. For further information please refer to Concurrent Enrolment.

Enrolling in Elective Units

if you are eligible to enrol in elective units in 2015, you are advised to finalise your enrolment in these units by the end of 2014. Enrolment in some elective units will be restricted due to class quotas from the first week in January 2015 (please see Waiting List).

When selecting your elective units please remember to check the 2015 Timetable so that class times do not clash. It is your responsibility to ensure you meet the attendance requirement for all units of study in which you are enrolled.

Please also note that enrolment in some elective units requires a special application and you will not be able to enrol directly in these units. For a list of these units and their closing dates please refer to Units by Special Application.

Assistance Completing Your Online Enrolment

If you need help to complete the 3 step online enrolment process please contact the Enrolment Team:

In Australia: 1800 SYD UNI (1800 793 864)
Outside Australia: + 61 2 8627 1444
9am to 5pm Australian Eastern Standard Time, Monday to Friday
Online Enquiry Form

For specific advice on the Bachelor of Laws, please contact .

Personal Timetables

The University’s centralised timetabling system will allocate students into groups and will produce a personalised timetable for each student. The system allocates students according to a student’s particular combination of units and the availability of places in groups. It is not possible to indicate a preference for a particular group or time slot during the enrolment period.

You will be able to access your personal timetable and vary your class times (where possible) at MyUni. Please note that any individual change may affect your entire timetable.

If you are unsuccessful in your attempt to change your timetable online and you have a compelling reason, you may submit a Change of Timetable Request form which will be available during the following periods:

Semester 1 Monday 23 February to Friday 6 March
Semester 2 Monday 20 July to Friday 31 July

To minimise disruption to classes, changes to personal timetables must be finalised by the end of the first week of each semester. Requests cannot be considered after 6 March (Semester 1 timetables) and 31 July (Semester 2 timetables). You will be able to confirm the outcome of your request to change your timetable by viewing your timetable via MyUni. Should your request be unsuccessful, you will be advised by email.

Important:
1. Under no circumstances should you attend classes other than those in which you are officially timetabled until the changes you have requested appear on MyUni.
2. Please do not approach teaching staff for permission to attend their group as they are unable to approve such requests.
3. In certain units of study, syllabus and assessment requirements vary from group to group, so it is essential that your name appears on the roll for the group you are attending.

If you attend a group in which you are not officially timetabled you will not be permitted to sit interim or final exams for that group and you will receive an Absent Fail grade for the unregistered class.

Class Attendance Requirements

You are required to attend at least 70% of classes for each law unit of study in order to satisfy unit requirements. If you have an unsatisfactory attendance record you may be refused permission to undertake assessment tasks in the unit, with no opportunity to pass the unit.

Relevant Links

Course Information (LLB Timetable/ Unit List/ Unit Descriptions/ LLB Degree Structure)
Elective Units by Special Application
Enrolment Site
Important Dates
Student Logins (MyUni/ Sydney Student/ LMS/ Student Mail)