Course advice and enrolment assistance

All coursework students can access dedicated assistance from course advisers online or on the phone.

Getting the most out of your course and university experience starts with choosing the right subjects. Our guide on planning your subjects and course gives an overview on the things you need to consider when choosing subjects.

Sometimes you might need a little extra help in deciding what to study. Our course advisers can help you with:

  • Planning a course, major or specialisation
  • Understanding course rules and structure
  • Subject selection
  • Using the Study Plan
  • Concurrent diploma planning
  • Course planning around Study Abroad/Exchange
  • Checking you are on track to graduate
  • Advice on changing course direction
  • Planning for further study.

Manage your enrolment online

Many enrolment changes can be made quickly and easily by submitting an Enrolment Variation (EV) form. You can submit an EV form to:

  • Have a subject prerequisite waived
  • Move subjects around on your Study Plan
  • Change your major, minor or stream
  • Request to overload or over-enrol.

Find out more about managing your enrolment online 

You can also submit an online request to take a take a Leave of Absence or reduce your study load.

Assistance with your class timetable

If you need assistance with your class timetable, you can review our class timetable pages or contact Stop 1 for help.

Book an appointment for course advice or enrolment assistance

If you need further course planning or enrolment assistance, you can book a phone appointment with one of our course advisers.

To make the most of your phone appointment, we strongly recommend you are in a quiet area, with access to a computer so that we can talk through your Study Plan and other resources. Our adviser will contact you from a ‘private number’, so please be ready to answer.

Make an appointment

Please note:

  • If you'd prefer not to make an appointment, or if you can’t find an available time that works for you, please submit an online enquiry via ask.unimelb.
  • If you can’t attend your appointment, please cancel it so that other students can book the time.

Making the most of your appointment

To make the most of your course advising experience, we recommend you prepare by having a list of questions ready for your course adviser, and exploring these resources: