Step 10: Enrol in your subjects - Section contents
Once you have decided on which subjects you would like to take, you will need to enrol in them online.
When to enrol in subjects
You need to be enrolled in your subjects in order to create your class timetable. The class preference entry period opens on 26 November 2019. Find out more about how to create your class timetable.
Enrol in your subjects online
When enrolling into subjects for the first time, you will need to enrol in subjects for the first year of your course.
You can enrol in your subject using the Study Plan. Your Study Plan will show the major, minor, specialisation, and subject options available for you to choose from.
You will need to enrol in subjects for the entire year before the Enrolment Lapse Date.
The Enrolment Lapse Date is the last date by which you must enrol in your course (degree), including all subjects for your entire first year of study. This date is outlined in your offer letter.
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 my.unimelb account.
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.
Some subjects may have prerequisites. This means that they have a ‘prior study’ condition attached to them. For each subject that you plan to take, check that you have already met (or you are on track to meeting) its prerequisites so that you can enrol in them.
What is a Study Plan?
Your Study Plan is the online tool that structures your course. You can manage your enrolment by planning, enrolling and changing subjects in your Study Plan. It will show your major, minor, specialisation, and subject options available for you to choose from.
For more information, see our Study Plan FAQ.