Your enrolment is your responsibility. You must be correctly enrolled by the enrolment deadline each term/semester.

How to enrol information for:

New students

How to accept your offer and enrol for first the time.

UNSW Canberra (non-Research)

Please contact UNSW Canberra at ADFA.

Research students

How to enrol as a research student.

All other students

How to enrol at UNSW.

Information about:

Annual enrolment for continuing students

Find out how to enrol as a continuing undergraduate or postgraduate coursework student.

Annual enrolment allows you to better plan your study by enrolling in all your courses for the year ahead.

Summer term enrolment

Fast track your study by enrolling in Summer Term courses.

Dates for enrolment

Key dates and deadlines for enrolment.

Changing your enrolment

Information about late enrolment, program leave, program discontinuation, program transfer and cross-institutional study.

Credit transfer

Apply to have previous study recognised and the credit transferred to your current program.

Course enrolment waitlisting

Waitlisting is a type of automated queuing that will let you select full courses (courses that have no spaces left) and join a list of students waiting to enrol.

Progression plans

Provide students with an example of how they should structure their degree.

Stream declaration

In many programs, you need to select which stream(s) you will study. Depending on your program, these can include majors, minors or specialisations.

Cross campus enrolment

Due to the different academic calendars, it is generally not permitted to undertake cross campus enrolment between UNSW Sydney and UNSW Canberra.

Forms and documents

Forms and document relating to your enrolment.

Contacts and FAQs

Enrolment support and answers to common questions.


See also

Guide to academic standing

Academic standing tells you how well you're progressing toward completion of your program.

Guide to academic progression

Your guide to understanding the progress you make towards completion of your program.

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