Re-enrolling domestic students

Before you enrol online, find out what courses you need to take to complete your degree, and plan your timetable.

Enrolments for 2022 study

Current and returning students still need to re-enrol for each year of study.

For course advice or to find out more about your 2022 study options, contact your Student Success office.

1. Plan your programme and select courses

Find out what courses you need to do this year, and check your degree requirements to make sure you are on track. You can use myDegree to check your progress.

If you need to talk to someone, contact your Student Success office.

2. Plan your timetable

Visit the course finder to plan out your timetable and make sure you don’t have any clashes.

3. Calculate your fees

Use the Fees estimator tool to calculate your fees for the year.

4. Changing courses

You can add or drop courses at the beginning of each trimester—see the course withdrawal dates for 2022. We recommend that you complete your course changes by the end of the first week to avoid getting behind in the lectures.

Places on any given course are not guaranteed, as the course may already be full.

Loans and allowances

If you are withdrawing from a course, it may impact your eligibility for a student loan. Refer to Loans and allowances for further information.

5. Student ID

You must have a current Student ID card. Your ID card gives you benefits such as swipe-card access to the University's buildings. Find out how to update or replace your Student ID card.