If you wish to make any of the following changes to your course you will need to complete the online Change of Course form.
- Adding or changing pre-Christmas Summer School papers
- Changing specialisations
- Withdrawing from second semester or full-year papers
If you're unable to access the course enrolment declaration for the main enrolment period in your eVision portal you may still need to fulfill some conditions (e.g. gaining University Entrance). Check your eVision alerts for any outstanding conditions, or contact AskOtago for assistance.
Adding, deleting and withdrawing from papers
If you wish to add, drop, or change papers and have completed the course enrolment declaration, you may need to complete a Change of Course form. See above.
Paper selections that include timetable clashes may not be accepted. You can view timetable information for papers using the Web timetable viewer available on the Study Timetables page.
Making changes to your papers has implications for your fees, StudyLink loans and allowances, and academic record. It may also affect the immigration status of international students. See the webpage for more information.
Changing your programme
If you wish to change your programme (i.e. add, drop, or change qualifications, whether or not any papers are being changed) you will first need to apply via eVision for each new programme.
Once you have received and accepted an offer to the new programme(s), you can then drop any unwanted programmes.
If you wish to make any related changes to your papers you may be required to complete a Change of Course Form. See above.
Changing your major or minor subject(s)
If you wish to make a change to your major or minor subject(s), you may need to complete a Change of Course form. See above.
There are strict deadlines for completing changes to your course.
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 interests, 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.