Continuing student

Online enrolment opening dates

You can enrol into your courses from the following dates:

Higher education students TAFE students

2022 enrolments currently open

2023 enrolments will be open from 17 October 2022

Your program coordinator will contact you when you are able to enrol.

Enrolling online

We have simplified the way we enrol and schedule at Federation.

Enrolment will be much quicker, as it is now at the course level – you don’t need to choose this tutorial or that practical class when you log in to My Student Centre to enrol, you simply choose this course. We will then prepare the timetable, and you will build your schedule in January in our new class allocation system, mySchedule.

Follow the steps below:

Step 1: Complete your enrolment check-list

Your enrolment check-list is accessed from your my Student Centre homepage. Select the Enrolment Checklist tile to begin.

For step-by-step instructions on how to complete your check-list download one of our guides:

Your Enrolment Checklist must be completed before you can enrol in to your classes.

Step 2: Locate your program structure

Note: We're updating our program structures to match our new Institutes and some may be temporarily unavailable. If you need help enrolling you can request a personal study plan through the Enrolment and Application Portal.

Locate your program structure via discipline below.

Federation TAFE

TAFE students will be provided with a copy of their program structure by their program coordinator.

Step 3: Understand what you are permitted to enrol in

Important note: You can only enrol into courses for which you have met, or are enrolled to meet, the course requirements (i.e. prerequisites, co-requisites, etc).

  • course prerequisite, co-requisite and/or exclusion information will be displayed under the 'Course Information' section.
  • if you do not meet the course requirements you will not be able to enrol into the class.
  • some courses, such as project courses or industry placement courses, also require approval from your School before you can enrol in them. This is noted in the course information section and will list who to contact to obtain approval.

Step 4: Enrol in to your courses

enrolment-tutorial-video

Once you have completed your enrolment check-list you will have access to enrol in your courses online. Remember, you only need to enrol in the course level, you do not need to select your individual classes at this time:

View our enrolment tutorial video (right) or download our guide to assist you in enrolling online:

If you are prevented from enrolling online please contact us on 1800 FED UNI (1800 333 864) to discuss other options available to you.

Step 5: Plan and allocate your timetable

After you enrol, you’ll need to plan your class timetable and allocate to your selected class times in mySchedule.

Note

TAFE students will be provided with a timetable and a copy of their training plan by their program coordinator.

Step 6: Check your student ID card

Check that you still have your student ID card as this is your key to accessing services and facilities. If your card is lost or damaged, you can get a replacement card at a cost of $10.00.

Find out more about organising a replacement student ID card.


Further information

Phone: 1800 FED UNI (1800 333 864)
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