Once you are enrolled to study, you should receive an offer of a place in your chosen programme(s), or have been placed on the Competitive Entry Pathway. This is a good time to double check that your personal information in eVision is correct, as well as complete the Information required for 2015 study.
You can now select your papers through your eVision portal. Check out the requirements for the programme(s) you have selected. Each specialisation will note the required papers plus any additional papers you will need to take to complete your programme. For your first year of university it is recommended that you take three 18-point papers per semester particularly in semester one. Once you have selected your papers you can submit your course for approval.
Once you've clicked on the submit button, your course is reviewed by eVision to determine whether it can be automatically approved (e.g. Health Sciences First Year), or if approval from a University Course Approval team member is required. They will review your paper selection to ensure that it fits within the requirements for your chosen programme(s). If everything is fine they will approve your selection of papers and you will receive a message in your portal advising this.
You don't need to do anything more at this point.
In some cases a member of the team may contact you to discuss your course selection. The University will contact you through either your student email address or your eVision portal, so it’s important that you keep an eye on them. They may also recommend that you get some course advice. Our new Course Advice website has more details on what that may involve.
The last step in Course Enrolment is to complete the declaration. After NCEA results are released they will be updated in our system and, as long as you have met the requirements of the offer you accepted, you will receive an alert in your portal that your declaration is available.
Complete the declaration and your course enrolment is done!