How to accept and enrol in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences (FASS)
Hi, I’m Lachlan from the UTS Student Centre and I’m here to guide you through enrolling in your first year subjects. Now let’s get started.
To accept your offer, you’ll be asked to log in to MyStudentAdmin with your student ID and password, which you have recently created.
You will then need to click on the ‘Offers’ tab, click the ‘Start’ button to check the course you’ve been offered. Click on the ‘Continue’ button, check your details, and then accept your offer.
Once on the confirmation screen, click ‘Continue’, and then you can check your personal details. You will be asked a number of personal details questions, before moving on to the Government Assistance form.
Once you’ve reached the Government Assistance confirmation page, click on ‘Continue’ and you will then have the option to receive government assistance for your Student Service and Amenities fee.
If you’ve previously completed study, ensure you submit your Recognition of Prior Learning application to the student centre as soon as possible.
Now it’s time to enrol in subjects! Please read the Student Declaration carefully before moving on.
You will then be presented with your study plan. Before enrolling in subjects, click on the ‘Course Program’ button, to determine which subjects to enrol in, for each session. Then return to your study plan and select each subject ensuring that you select the correct session. Make sure that you enrol in every subject for the upcoming year.
Once you’ve chosen all your subjects for the year, scroll down to the bottom and click on ‘Enrol’. Double check your selection on the confirmation screen, and then click on ‘Confirm Enrolment’.
You will be able to withdraw from your subjects if you’ve made an incorrect choice. You will then need to create your timetable by logging in to ‘MyTimetable’.
I hope you found this helpful. If you have any further questions about enrolling, please contact us at 1300 ASK UTS or drop in to one of our student centres.
1. Accept your offer
If you've applied to start at UTS in Session 1, the bulk of UTS offers will be released in December via UAC.
If you receive an offer, you'll also be contacted by email/mail to help walk you through the steps to accept it. Alternatively, you can visit start.uts.edu.au.
2. Consider adding a diploma
To add a diploma, you must apply directly to UTS.
4. Enrol in subjects
To enrol in subjects:
- Log-in to My Student Admin using your new student ID number and email password. You can watch the how-to video on this page or alternatively, the Enrolment guide (PDF, 1.6MB) can help you with the process.
- Read and agree to the Student Declaration on My Student Admin.
- Enrol in your subjects following your recommended sequence in the UTS Handbook.
To complete a subject at UTS, you must be formally enrolled in that subject.
Remember: It is possible to change the details of your subject enrolment before the teaching session starts, so you should enrol in the full calendar year of subjects even if you're not sure about your schedule. If your circumstances change, you can withdraw from subjects up until the census date.
5. Create your timetable
- Select your class timetable using My Timetable. If you need assistance, check out our guide on how to use My Timetable.
- If you require formal confirmation of your current enrolment (e.g. for visa purposes) you can request a statement of enrolment.
Note: If you need to change your enrolment for any reason, please ensure that you understand the consequences of varying your enrolment.
Planning on deferring?
You may consider deferring your studies as an option if you are undecided about what you want to study, or if you want to gain work or life experience before starting university.
If you're planning on taking a gap year you have two options:
- Once you receive an offer, defer your commencement for a year. This way, after your gap year (12 months), you are guaranteed to receive an offer to the same course.
- If you want to postpone your studies for more than 12 months you can apply in later years as a non-current school leaver and be assessed on other criteria.