Once you have received an offer of admission, you need to confirm your acceptance of the offer. If the offer is conditional, you need to fulfill the conditions in order to receive a firm offer of place.
After accepting the offer, you need to formally enrol in the course of study. In most cases, this means that you must attend the University in person on a specific enrolment day. Detailed enrolment instructions will be sent to you in advance of the enrolment day. If you are unable to attend on that day please contact the Medical Program Administration Unit or Postgraduate Student Administration Unit to make alternative arrangements. You may be able to appoint a proxy to attend on your behalf.
You must enrol every year in order to remain a candidate for a degree. When you enrol in a new course you are required to attend the University in person on a specific enrolment day. If you are unable to attend on that day you should arrange for someone else to attend on your behalf. Proxy enrolment guidelines and authorisation forms are available from the Student Centre website.
On the enrolment day, you will be asked to check and complete your enrolment forms, pay your fees (cheque and credit cards are accepted) and will be given your student card. If you are a coursework student you will need to choose the units of study that you will be undertaking during the year. Prior to the enrolment day please refer to the Medicine Handbook for unit of study information relating to your course. You will need to provide unit of study codes, names and sessions. If you wish to take out FEE-HELP or HECS-HELP you will be given forms to complete on the enrolment day and will need your Tax File Number (for more information visit the Going To Uni website).
In the subsequent years that you remain a candidate for a degree you are normally required to pre-enrol either on the web or by submitting your pre-enrolment form in person, by mail or by fax.