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Enrolment deadlines


Changing your papers

Adding - by 5pm on: Deleting - by 5pm on: Withdrawing - by 5pm on:
2017 Second semester papers 14 July 2017 28 July 2017 15 September 2017
Summer School papers (2018) 15 January 2018 15 January 2018 5 February 2018
First semester papers (2018) 2 March 2018 16 March 2018 4 May 2018
Full year papers (2018) 2 March 2018 23 March 2018 14 September 2018
Second semester papers (2018) 13 July 2018 27 July 2018 14 September 2018

If you delete a paper from your course of study by the due date you will be entitled to a refund of tuition fees for that paper. If the last day to delete has passed you can withdraw from a paper, however there is no refund of fees for withdrawn papers, and your liability for any unpaid fees will remain. See Adding, deleting and withdrawing from papers or Changing your course for more information.

The deletion and withdrawal deadlines for non-standard date papers shall be one-third and two-thirds of the way through the paper respectively, normally calculated based on the start date and end date of the paper (see the paper database for these dates in relation to a specific non-standard date paper).

Deletions or withdrawals after the deadlines noted above will be permitted only in exceptional circumstances which are beyond your control and which prevent you from completing your course.

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Completing the declaration

The course enrolment declaration is due by:

  • 19 December 2017 for students taking Summer School papers in 2018.
  • 23 February 2018 for students taking first semester and full year papers in 2018.
  • 9 July 2018 for students taking only second semester papers in 2018.

Different dates will apply to papers that have start or end dates that differ from the standard semesters.

A late declaration fee may apply.

See the course enrolment declaration page for more information.

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Applying for undergraduate study

The due date for the submission of your application depends on the type of programme you are applying for.

1 April Applications open for accommodation for second semester (specific deadlines apply)
15 June Students taking only second semester papers for a programme subject to the Entry Pathway system
1 July Applications open for Entrance Scholarships and close on 15 August, with the exception of Dux Scholarships (no closing date) and New Frontiers Entrance Scholarship (close 4 March)
1 August Applications open for first semester and full year accommodation (specific deadlines apply apply)
31 August Teacher Education Programmes (first year) (athough later applications will be considered)
1 September Music Performance papers
15 September

Bachelor of Dental Technology (first year)
Bachelor of Oral Health (first year)
Bachelor of Radiation Therapy (first year)
Bachelor of Dental Surgery (second year)
Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (second year)
Bachelor of Medical Laboratory Science (second year)
Bachelor of Physiotherapy (second year)
Bachelor of Pharmacy (second year)

1 October

Bachelor of Laws (second year)
Bachelor of Social Work (third year)

15 November Bachelor of Surveying (second year)
10 December

New and recommencing students, and returning students applying for a new programme, commencing in Summer School or first semester subject to the Entry Pathway system

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Applying for postgraduate study

Honours: The due date for applications for most honours programmes is 10 December.

Postgraduate diplomas and certificates: The due date for applications for most postgraduate diplomas and certificates is 10 December.

Masters: The due date for applications for programmes for most Masters' degrees is 10 December for study beginning at the start of the following academic year, or 1 June for study beginning in the second semester.

PhD: There are no specific due dates for applications for PhD study.

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It's your course

Through eVision you can check the papers you are enrolled for and whether or not any requested changes have been processed. It is your responsibility, and in your own best interest, to ensure that your course of study is in accordance with the relevant regulations in the University Calendar and that your enrolment correctly records the papers you are taking.