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Re-enrolling in study units

This page will help you re-enrol in units for your next semester or teaching period.

Six things to know about re-enrolling

  1. You don’t have to wait until your last semester results are out.
  2. You can enrol in a unit now, but change it later if things don’t work out.
  3. If this is the start of your year, make sure you enrol for both semesters to secure all the units you’ll need to study.
  4. If you enrol for both semesters, you don’t have to pay for the full year upfront.
  5. The closing date for re-enrolments is 12.00 midnight, the night before the start of each teaching period, e.g. a semester.
  6. You should check your enrolment closer to the start of a teaching period, as units can be cancelled if we don’t meet minimum class numbers.

Check your enrolment dates

It’s important that you know when enrolment opens for the units you plan to study. Enrolment occurs at different times of the year, depending on the type of teaching period your study fits into.

Teaching periods for most students are semesters, but we also have summer teaching periods, terms, trimesters and practicums.

So before you head to SIMO to re-enrol, make sure you check our Enrolment dates page.

Enrol via SIMO

You’ll need to re-enrol in units by accessing SIMO via the Student Portal.

Before you start, go to the Handbook and find the codes of the units you want to enrol in.

Also check the Handbook for unit pre-requisites and co-requisites before enrolling.

Log in to your Student Portal and choose 'Semester Timetable' under the 'Other Logins' heading.

Plan your semester timetable by following the instructions and searching for the units you want to enrol in. This will make your enrolment session in SIMO easier and quicker.

The SIMO How to Guide will also step you through the whole process, starting on page 4.

Enrolling in off-campus units

Off-campus mode means studying a unit online.

If you’re an Education, Nursing or WAAPA student, you’ll need to get advice from the Student Hub before considering off-campus units.

International students must also speak to the Student Hub about off-campus units as this may affect your student visa.

Still need help?

If you get stuck during your re-enrolment, please contact our Student Hub for assistance.

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