To secure your spot, and to avoid having to pay late fees, please re-enrol before the closing date. It is important to enrol in your full enrolment load so that there are no delays in being able to register for tutorials.
To ensure you re-enrol correctly, please familiarise yourself with your course progression requirements and unit information.
Current international students holding a student visa and enrolled at Australian campuses, can apply to underload at the link below. Students who do not obtain approval to underload and who do not complete their course within the duration specified on their CoE, may not be able to extend their course in Australia.
Overloading is to enrol in more than the standard number of units in each year. It is usually limited to students who have completed 48 credit points in one calendar year and have achieved a 60% credit average or higher in the previous year.
You can add or discontinue units through the Web Enrolment System (WES) when it’s open for you to do this. The link below provides information on how to do this, as well as other key information on units.
It’s your responsibility to make sure you meet the course requirements outlined in your handbook – otherwise you won’t be eligible to graduate. The handbook from the year you commenced your studies has a map outlining all the units required to complete your course.