Re-enrolment information for current students
WARNING: If you fail to re-enrol during the enrolment period you will be liable for a late re-enrolment fee, and may forfeit your place in your course.
Re-enrolment occurs between early October and mid-November each academic year.
See below for this year's dates and details for:
Monday 14th October 2013 to Monday 25th November 2013
It is your responsibility to ensure that you have read and completed all re-enrolment requirements by the end of the re-enrolment period.
Most students will be required to re-enrol via the Web Enrolment System (WES). Some students, specifically those enrolled in off-shore partner supported programs, will be sent hard-copy re-enrolment packages in October - November.
If you do not receive a WES transaction number you have not submitted your enrolment.
Please refer to the ‘Important Dates’ page for a comprehensive timeline.
If you fail a unit in semester two 2012 which is a pre-requisite or a co-requisite for a unit that you have enrolled in for 2013, your enrolment in that unit will show as “INVALID”. Invalidated units must be removed and replaced with different units. Please contact your course administrator for further information.
Internal course transfer
When applying for a transfer to another course you should re-enrol in your current course and only discontinue your course if you receive an offer for your new course. Apply for internal course transfer.
If you wish to apply for intermission, you must do so in WES or by submitting an application form to your course administrator during the re-enrolment period. Failure to do so before the end of the timely re-enrolment period may result in your enrolment becoming INACTIVE and your course could be discontinued for failure to re-enrol. If you apply for intermission after the timely re-enrolment period, and have not enrolled in any units for the coming year, you will be charged the late re-enrolment fee.
To withdraw from your enrolled course entirely you must apply for course discontinuation.
International students on a student visa must ensure that they are enrolled in a full time load of 24 credit points (4 units) for each semester to comply with the Education Services for Overseas Students (ESOS) guidelines.
If you do not maintain this full time enrolment you may be in breach of your student visa conditions and may be reported to DIAC (Department of Immigration and Citizenship).
You must contact your School or Department if you wish to discuss an enrolment of less than 24 credit points in either semester. As an international student you are recommended to check the Education Services for Overseas Students (ESOS) guidelines.
Study abroad and exchange students (outbound)
Students intending to enrol in a study abroad or exchange program in 2013
If you are intending to enrol in a study abroad or exchange program in 2013 you are still required to re-enrol in units for both semesters one and two at Monash. Once your study abroad/exchange program has been approved, your enrolment will be amended by your course administrator prior to you going overseas.
Current study abroad and exchange students
If you are currently enrolled in a study abroad or exchange program and will continue studying overseas in Semester one 2013 you must contact your course administrator to advise which units you will be undertaking at the overseas institution. You must do so as you will not be able to re-enrol into your study abroad/exchange units via WES. You must still re-enrol via WES for semester two 2013 units.
If your semester one 2013 study abroad/exchange units have not been pre-approved by your school or department, detailed unit outlines must be provided to your School or Department in order for credit to be assessed and approved.
See change your enrolment for information on how to change your units or course, and dates when changes can be made.
Once you have re-enrolled for the upcoming year, we will send an e-mail to your Monash account informing you that your enrolment details and fee statement is available in WES.
The 2013 timetable will be available early October each year and can be viewed via the Monash University Timetable System (MUTTS).
University-wide class allocation is available via Allocate+. Please refer to the Allocate+ webpage for the schedule of operation for 2013.