Now that you have planned your study, you must enrol in your courses in USC Central.
- How to enrol
- How to enrol once Class selection has opened
- Post-admission requirements (Undergraduate students only)
- Could you do with some help in chemistry, biology, maths, statistics, physics and/or physiology? (Undergraduate students only)
Refer to the Academic Calendar for key semester/session/trimester dates.
Enrolling is a 2 step process:
Step 1 - Enrol in your courses
Note: If you enrol in a course but don't select a class time (step 2), you'll be charged the fee for the course at census date. You can swap, drop or add courses up until the end of week 2, and remove courses from your enrolment up until census date. View key dates in the academic calendars.
View the instructions to complete Step 1 in the video below or the Enrol in your courses PDF guide.
Use the Timetable Planner* to plan your class times.
Tip: Select your classes as soon as Class selection opens as classes can fill quickly.
*We will be in contact with you to let you know when the Timetable Planner is available and Class selection opens.
If class selection is open and you are yet to enrol in your courses, you can enrol in your courses and select your class times in one step.
Check the Academic Calendar for Class selection open date to confirm.
View the instructions in the video below or the How to enrol when class selection has opened PDF Guide (565KB).
If you are studying in one of the following areas, check the What will I study? tab on your program page to see what post-admission requirements you must complete to be eligible to commence clinical placement. It is advised you start these as soon as you have enrolled. For more essential information and to download application forms, visit Placement essentials and choose your program from the appropriate study area.
- Nursing / Midwifery
- Paramedic Science
- Occupational Therapy
- Medical Laboratory Science
Could you do with some help in chemistry, biology, maths, statistics, physics and physiology? (Undergraduate students only)
You can enrol in enabling courses once you have completed your enrolment. The range of enabling courses can assist you to learn new skills, refresh your knowledge and improve your results.
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