Enrolment and Orientation for graduate coursework students (Semester 1 2013)
- Accept your offer. Follow the instructions in your offer letter.
- Set up your University account online after you receive your acceptance confirmation. You will not be able to enrol in any subjects until you arrive in Melbourne.
- Read the Handbook to learn more about the subjects that will be available to you.
- Register for a Diagnostic English Language Assessment (DELA) session if required.
- Attend a Graduate International Student Briefing. Some courses may have different start dates. If you are required to arrive on campus on a different date, your Graduate School will inform you of this.
- Attend your Course Information Session, Student Adviser appointment and any course-related activities.
- Select your subjects online (academic enrolment) after your arrival has been verified.
All students must seek prior approval to arrive late. If you think you will be unable to arrive before the Enrolment and Orientation period, you must contact your Student Centre to inform them of your difficulties and request permission.
Melbourne Business School students should contact +61 3 8344 1670 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Late arrival is not always approved, and if you cannot arrive before semester starts, you may be asked to defer your study to the following semester.
International Student Briefings are compulsory for international students studying in Australia. The briefing provides undergraduate students with important information on visas, support services, health, safety and life in Melbourne. Please attend the session that is most relevant to you.
Session dates and times will be posted online closer to the Semester 2 2013 intake.
Visit your Graduate School/Faculty for all enrolment and course-related questions.
Discover what campus life is all about. Learn about the facilities and support services available to you and attend useful sessions.
Be a part of the Melbourne graduate community
Keep up with what's happening. Refer to the further resources and programs page in the Orientation program for e-newsletters, ongoing academic skills support and information on the Graduate Student Association.