If you are a re-enrolling student, you will be sent an invoice in Week 10 of the semester for the next semester’s fees. Your fees will be due one week before Welcome Week.
Subject choices and outlines
The subjects available for each program are summarised in the Academic and English Student Handbook. You can also find outlines of your subjects in the Academic and English Student Handbook.
Minimum and maximum study load
The full-time study load for each program is detailed in the Academic and English Student Handbook. Full-time study load refers to the subjects you will study at a particular stage during your program. Note, if you need to repeat a subject from Stage 1 of your program, you may not be able to take all subjects in Stage 2 as this would be more than a full-time study load. See your Study Success Adviser for advice.
If you are an international student, it is a requirement of your student visa that you undertake a full-time study load, as set out by the Department of Home Affairs. Additionally, if you are a UTS Foundation Studies student, you are also required to undertake a full-time study load.
If you are a domestic diploma student, you are allowed to enrol part time as long as you can complete your program in the timeframe described in the Academic Course Progression and Completion Policy.
As a general rule, you may not enrol in more than the standard number of subjects at each stage of your program, as detailed in the Academic and English Student Handbook. However, you may exceed the number of subjects if you are in the last stage of study and only need one subject to complete your diploma. You will require approval from your Study Success Adviser. Apply by contacting the Student Centre at firstname.lastname@example.org no later than Monday of Week 1.
You are not allowed to enrol in a subject without first successfully completing the pre-requisite(s). In some circumstances, you may be allowed to enrol with the permission of the Program Manager.
How to apply for exemptions/RPL
If you are seeking an exemption from subjects at UTS College on the basis of an equivalent level of study at a previous institution, contact the Student Centre at email@example.com. You are required to apply for exemptions no later than Friday of Week 1 and provide evidence of your prior learning.
Exemption Application Form