Concurrent Diploma students - Section contents

Now that you’ve received your offer letter for a concurrent diploma, follow the steps below to accept your offer and complete your enrolment online.

1. Accept your offer

To accept your offer and complete your administrative enrolment, you will need:

Please note: It is not possible to defer commencement of your Diploma, or apply for Leave of Absence in the first semester. If you cannot commence your Diploma, you must re-apply and go through the application process again.

Accept your offer

2. Enrol in your subjects online

Log in to my.unimelb to enrol in your concurrent diploma subjects using the Study Plan.

Enrol in your subjects

Your subjects should automatically appear in your Study Plan. Once you have completed the administrative enrolment, you can go ahead and enrol into your subjects.

If you change your mind about your subject choices, that’s okay. You will be able to make changes before your subjects’ census dates via your my.unimelb account.

Check the census dates for each subject

The subject census date is the date by which you can make changes to subjects without remaining liable to pay for them. Census dates are different for each subject.

After you’ve enrolled in your subjects, check your subject census dates and payment due dates via your Statement of Liability, which can be accessed through your student portal (my.unimelb).

If you want to withdraw from a subject, you must withdraw by the census date. If you withdraw after the census date you will still be required to pay for the subject.

You can also review census dates by checking the subject entry in the Handbook.

3. Create your timetable

You can choose your timetable through my.unimelb once class registration has opened.

Create your timetable

Class registration opening dates

Semester 1, 2018 and Year Long subjects

Subject year level Class registration opening time

Graduate & Honours subjects
(Subject codes xxxx40000 – xxxx99999)

Late January (date to be announced)

Third year undergraduate subjects
(Subject codes xxxx30000 – xxxx39999)

Late January (date to be announced)

Second year undergraduate subjects
(Subject codes xxxx20000 – xxxx29999)

Early February (date to be announced)

First year undergraduate subjects
(Subject codes xxxx10000 – xxxx19999)

Early February (date to be announced)

Note: the above dates apply to most subjects. Some class registration opening/closing times may vary. Check with your Faculty if you are unsure of your subject’s registration times.

Different class types

Subjects may be made up of lectures, tutorials, laboratories and/or seminars. Check the subject entry in the Handbook for the list of class types. You will need to register for each class type separately.

Tips for choosing your timetable

  • Look in the Handbook. Prior to Class Registration opening, example class times and locations can be found in the subject pages of the Handbook. Class times and locations may change and are not confirmed until Class Registration opens.
  • Learn about cross-crediting subjects. If you wish to credit subjects to both your degree and your diploma, please find out more about how to cross-credit and make sure you understand the guidelines for cross-crediting.
  • Know when class registration opens. Class registration usually opens four weeks before teaching begins. See above or check the class registration page for dates.
  • Avoid clashes. Occasionally, you may have a clash between two or more of your chosen subjects. If this happens, you will have to choose one over the other. See resolving a timetable clash for more information.

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