Each year all continuing undergraduate and postgraduate students need to re-enrol in units for the following year.

Re-enrolment occurs between early October and mid-November each academic year. Specific dates and information about re-enrolment is available on the Enrolment webpages.

Related policy and procedure is included in the Policy Bank which includes the enrolment procedure and the timetable procedure.

Re-enrolment is completed via  WES . It’s important to review the information on how to re-enrol and re-enrolment conditions before you start the re-enrolment process.

Faculty links to course specific information and contacts:

Course Reenrolment: Course planning and contacts
Bachelor of Pharmacy (Hons) and Bachelor of Pharmacy (Hons) / Master of Pharmacy
Bachelor of Pharmaceutical Science
Bachelor of Pharmaceutical Science Advanced (Honours)
Bachelor of Engineering (Honours)/Bachelor of Pharmaceutical Science
Postgraduate courses in Clinical Pharmacy, Pharmacy Practice and Wound Care

Course planning is available to assist students with re-enrolment. In exceptional circumstances the Academic and Student Services staff at the faculty may discuss a student's course plan with the relevant course education team for further consideration.

Refer to the Enrolment and Timetable policy and the Enrolment procedure for further information including restrictions on enrolment (pre-requisites). The Pharmacy course has a pass by year rule and pass by semester rule from year 2. Overloading is not allowed in Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences undergraduate coursework courses due to clinical or lab requirements and scheduling constraints. Exemption from class activities and/or assessments for repeating students is discretionary. Such exemption (full or partial) is unit-specific and the final decision rests with the respective Unit Coordinator and also the Course Education team. Some exceptions include students who have breached Academic Progression rules or enrolment conditions previously or where class components have been changed and/or examined as part of the end of semester exam.