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If you wish to enrol in a subject offered by another Faculty, you can apply via eRequest from the following dates:
23 January 2017
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Graduate School of Health
|7 March 2017||Business and Law|
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Business and Law
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Continuing students who do not enrol before 28 February 2017 will be charged a late enrolment fee of $150 upon enrolment.
Appealing a late enrolment fee
An appeal against a late enrolment fee may be granted for the following reasons:
- Pending eRequest - that was submitted during the re-enrolment period.
- Cross-faculty elective subject(s) only - not open for enrolment until after the advertised enrolment period. Letter/confirmation from Faculty must be provided.
- Industrial experience/internship subject(s) only - enrolment subject to Faculty approval process.
- Rescinding leave of absence - if you have an approved leave of absence for Autumn 2017 and have rescinded this after the advertised re-enrolment period.
- Special circumstance beyond your control, for example, illness. Specify the circumstances affecting your enrolment on a separate page. Independent supporting documentation must be provided.
Failure to be aware of the requirement to enrol by the end of the enrolment period is not considered to be a sufficient reason to appeal your liability to pay the late enrolment fee.
Late enrolment fee and internal course transfer application
If you have applied for an internal course transfer (ICT), you should still enrol in at least one subject before 17 January 2017. If your application for ICT is successful, you can then vary your enrolment once you have been admitted into your new course.
My faculty has permitted me to enrol in the subject and added it to my study plan, but I still can't enrol in the subject?
While your faculty may approve a subject from another faculty and add it to your study plan, they do not have the final say on whether you can enrol in that subject. If you cannot enrol in an elective from another faculty even though that subject is on your study plan, you should contact the student centre that looks after that particular subject, or submit an eRequest, asking that the owning faculty permit you to enrol.