Class registration - Section contents
Once you’ve enrolled in your subjects, you will be ready to register for classes and create your timetable.
How to register for classes
1. Know the class registration dates
Registration for Semester 1, 2017 classes is now closed. If you need changes made to your personal timetable, please request assistance via the Class Registration Enquiry Management form.
Registration for Semester 2, 2017 classes will open before the start of Semester 2. More details on registration dates and times to follow.
An intensive subject takes place over a short time frame rather than being taught regularly over a semester.
If you are enrolled in an intensive subject, refer to the relevant study period to find out when class registration opens for your subject:
|Study period||Class registration opening time|
|Summer, January and February||10am, Wednesday 7 December 2016|
|March||10am, Friday 3 February 2017|
|April||10am, Wednesday 1 March 2017|
|May||10am, Wednesday 5th April, 2017|
2. Log in to your personal timetable
To register into classes for the semester, log in to my.unimelb.
- Select 'My timetable' in the Student Admin box. All available tutorials, seminars, and lectures for each of your subjects will appear.
- Select your desired classes.
- Save your selection.
When you log in to your personal timetable, you may find that you have automatically been placed into single sitting classes (classes with no repeats). You will be required to attend at these times.
If you are enrolled in graduate study, you may not be able to self-manage your timetable and will be allocated to specific classes.
Solving any timetable issues
If you experience an issue when registering for classes, like a clash between two subjects or your class is full, the Class Registration Troubleshooting page has a list of issues and fixes to help guide you.
Subject enrolment and class registration
This video explains the difference between subject enrolment and class registration.
Plan your preferred timetable
Before class registration opens, you can plan your preferred timetable using the online ‘University Timetable (SWS)’, which shows all proposed classes, days, and times for each subject. Some proposed classes in the University Timetable may not be available when class registration opens, so use the University Timetable as a guide only.
Get the latest updates on class registration
- If you have an issue registering in one or more of your classes you can request help and subscribe to common issues via the Class Registration Enquiry Management (CREM) system.
- Stop 1 Twitter will also be posting real-time updates that might affect you during each class registration opening date so visit regularly to stay informed.