We email you in September and October advising you to re-enrol in the Web Enrolment System (WES) or to use a faculty course enrolment form (available from your faculty office).
During the re-enrolment period you must re-enrol for the entire following year or apply for intermission. This means that if you plan to take intermission in one semester only, you need to enrol in the other semester.
Re-enrolment dates and timeline
|Re-enrolment||9 Oct - 29 Nov||2017|
|Timetable for the following year opens in Class Timetable||13 Nov||2017|
|Late re-enrolment - includes a late fee||30 Nov - 8 Dec||2017|
|Results release||4 Dec||2017|
|Allocate+ preference entry||10am 11 Dec - 10am 30 Jan||2017 / 2018|
|Allocate+ closes temporarily||10am 30 Jan - 10am 6 Feb||2018|
|Allocate+ adjustment - check closing dates as they vary||10am 6 Feb||2018|
|Add or discontinue units||see cut-off dates||2018|
|Mid-year re-enrolment: your faculty will contact you about this in||May or June||2018|
Do not leave re-enrolment until the last day because:
- you may need to contact your faculty for course advice
- units may have limited places
- we will not waive the late re-enrolment fee due to WES access problems.
Steps to re-enrol
- Check your course structure and select your units.
- Use WES to re-enrol or get an enrolment form from your faculty.
- Check WES after results release and change any units marked invalid.
- Use Allocate+ to select your class activities (lectures, tutorials, etc).
A transaction number (starting with U), is sent to your Monash email account for each successful re-enrolment action. Keep these as proof of your re-enrolment. If you do not receive a transaction number, you have not enrolled correctly.
Course, unit and timetable information
For course information, see your faculty link below:
It's your responsibility to:
- choose units that comply with your course requirements (both core and elective)
- check prerequisite and corequisite units
- seek faculty course advice before re-enrolling in units
- re-enrol for both semesters.
You must re-enrol in 24 credit points in both semesters, unless authorised by your managing faculty. We have to notify the Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP) if you do not meet these student visa requirements.
Debts or penalties
When making changes to your enrolment, it's important to ensure you are always enrolled to retain your place at university.
|Taking intermission (study leave) during semester one||Re-enrol for semester two only|
|Applying for intermission (study leave) for one semester||
If approved, re-enrol for the other semester.|
If not yet approved, contact your faculty before the re-enrolment closing date
|Doing a double degree||Re-enrol in both areas of study|
|Applying for special consideration in second semester||Re-enrol: Assume you will pass the unit|
|Sitting special or deferred exams from second semester||Re-enrol: Assume you will pass these units|
|Enrolled in summer units that are prerequisites||Re-enrol: Assume you will pass these units|
|Applying for a course transfer after results release||Re-enrol: Assume you will not be transferred|
|Granted conditional enrolment from academic progress review||Re-enrol: Assume you will meet the Academic Progress Committee conditions|
|Subject to an academic performance review||Re-enrol: Assume you will successfully appeal the decision|
|Applying for study abroad or exchange||Re-enrol as you usually would. If accepted, the faculty will change your enrolment before you go overseas|
|Current study abroad or exchange students||Contact your managing faculty for advice|