Student Advisers are available on each campus to assist current students with re-enrolment for each teaching period.

Course Progression Planning Webinars

The Student Support team runs monthly Course Progression Planning webinars, which all students are welcome to attend. Join the team as they pioneer you through the basics of Course Progression Planning and how you can take control of your academic career.

Learn how to make an informed decision about which subjects you should be taking to align with the College's academic progression policies. In this webinar, you'll learn more about:

  • What Course Progression is and how planning benefits your learning
  • How to alter or stagger your study load across the academic year
  • How to plan and choose subjects for upcoming teaching periods
  • The resources available to help you plan your Course Progression
  • Ways that you can re-enrol into future teaching period
  • How to request further progression support

See the upcoming dates and times for 2021 below:

  • Tuesday 27 April, 6pm (AEST)
  • Tuesday 25 May, 6pm (AEST)
  • Tuesday 29 June, 6pm (AEST)

Take control of your Academic Career and register to attend now!

If you would like support in planning re-enrolments and course progression, please connect with us as below:

How to Re-enrol

There are two ways that you can re-enrol in your selected teaching period:

Course Structure

It is important that you progress through your course by following the order of subjects within your course structure. Ensuring that you’ve met the set pre- and co-requisites for individual subjects, will ensure that you have the assumed prior knowledge entering into more advanced subjects. To view the pre- and co-requisite subjects, regularly check your course structure in your degree's course brochure:

* To view previous course structures for Naturopathy, Nutritional Medicine and Musculoskeletal Therapy, please log into the relevant transition hubs on the LMS.
** Myotherapy elective streams are available for all students enrolled prior to and including 2020. These elective streams are not available for students commencing from 2021.

Students must maintain a minimum study load of 50% each teaching period to be on track to complete their course within required timeframes. You can read more about course progression within the Academic Progression Policy (domestic students) or the Course Duration and Progress Policy (international students).

Policies and Procedures

Before you enrol, it is important to be aware of relevant Policies and Procedures. The Fees Policy provides important information on payment methods, cancellation fees and when your tuition fees are allocated to FEE-HELP. Knowing this policy and being aware of when your census dates are is key to being an informed student.

Timetables and Calendars

Timetables and Calendars for each teaching period can be found in the Student Portal. The Timetable Explorer within the Portal serves to provide you with timetable options for selected subjects to create a suitable timetable. You must then go to the Manage Enrolment section on the Portal to complete your enrolment.