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Enrolment Information

University of Canberra is encouraging students to enrol for the whole year. Re-enrolment for 2018 will open on November 1st 2017. All students will be able to amend their enrolment, according to university scheduled dates, up until the census date of each teaching period.

Year Long Enrolment

University of Canberra is encouraging students to enrol for the whole year from Semester 1 2018. Re-enrolment for 2018 will open on November 1st of 2017. All students will be able to amend their enrolment, according to university scheduled dates, up until the census date of each teaching period.

Re-enrolling for 2018

Things you need to do:

  • Identify the units you wish to study for any 2018 academic period including semesters, terms, trimesters and periods.
  • Make sure you are following the requirements of your course by enrolling in the correct core units and electives - contact your Faculty for course advice or a study plan.
  • Check for prerequisites and corequisite units.
  • Refer to the course and unit information.

When will the timetable be released?

Allocate+ will open for tutorial selections on November 24th 2017. Please be aware that not all units will be available at this time and that the timetable is subject to change.

For assistance or more information

If you wish to take a break from study, change courses or adjust your study load, contact the  Student Centre or your  Faculty. For any other enquiries, visit  AskUC.

What is a yearlong enrolment?

University of Canberra is encouraging students to enrol for all teaching periods they are planning to study in over 2018.

When can I start enrolling for 2018?

Enrolment for 2018 is expected to open for all students on November 1st 2017.

If I enrol for the whole year, will I be charged for units I had enrolled in future teaching periods now?

You will only be charged for units in the most current teaching period. All students are required to pay for their tuition fees or submit a Commonwealth assistance form by the end of week 1 of the relevant teaching period.

Can I enrol into a unit now for Semester 2, 2018, which has a pre-requisite unit which I will be enrolling in for Semester 1, 2018?

You can enrol into units for all future teaching periods even if you haven’t successfully completed the pre-requisite units. To do this, you have to be enrolled in the pre-requisite unit first. The system will assume you will pass any currently enrolled pre-requisite units until a result has been finalised for that unit. Once a result is finalised the system will check to make sure you have passed the pre-requisite unit. If you do not pass the unit your enrolment in the subsequent semester 2 unit will be removed from your enrolment.

If I enrol into units for future teaching periods, will I be able to amend the units later on?

Yes, you will be able to amend any enrolled units up until the Census Date of the relevant teaching period. Please note that a $60.00 late enrolment fee will be charged for unit additions or amendments after week 2 of the relevant teaching period. 


I am an international student - does the yearlong enrolment apply to me?

Yes, all students of University of Canberra including international students are encouraged to enrol for the whole year. Enrolment into future teaching periods is not mandatory but international students enrol in a full-time load as per their visa conditions.

I am completing the academic requirements of the course in the next teaching period; do I have to enrol for the whole of 2018?

If you are completing the academic requirements of your course in the next teaching period i.e. semester 1, 2018; you do not need to enrol into any other future periods (e.g. winter term or semester 2, 2018). The University of Canberra encourages non-completing students (both international and domestic ) to enrol for the whole year . 

I do not know what units I should be studying in future teaching periods?

The University of Canberra advises all students to contact their course convener/administrative course conveners to get a study plan for their course. This will allow you to plan ahead and balance your personal and academic life.

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