Keep up-to-date with your enrolment details, from the time you are accepted to study at UTS College, all the way through to when you graduate. Here is where you can access the tools, advice and help related to the administration of your program – like fees, enrolment, important dates, timetable information and more.
You will need to pay tuition fees before enrolling, or re-enrolling (if you are continuing your studies).
If you are a domestic student, you may choose to pay your fees later, using an Australian Government FEE-HELP loan.
For important information about paying your fees – including advice on when to pay, FEE-HELP options, and links to online payment – visit our ‘Fees and payments’ page.
As long as places are still available in classes and enrolment is still open, you may change your class times. Changing classes means that you may lose your spot in your current class, so make sure you consider your options carefully, and check for timetable overlaps before confirming any changes.
Access and update your timetable information in eStudent.
Class changes can be disruptive to your studies once classes begin. So, timetable changes outside of the enrolment period are only allowed for compassionate or serious reasons.
You will need to make a special timetable change request and provide supporting documents, such as a letter from your employer (for a work-related change), or a letter from a doctor (for a health issue).
Find out more about changing classes and timetables.
There are two weeks of holiday leave scheduled after each exam period and over the Christmas and New Year’s break in December. And while it’s not possible to take holiday leave during the semester, you may like to take a short break on public holidays (long weekends), when no classes are taught.
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UTS Foundation Studies and diploma students will have a two-week break between semesters.
If you are an English language student moving into UTS Foundation Studies or a diploma at UTS College, you may not have a standard holiday break between your English program and academic program, so make sure you are aware of processes and key dates during this time.
Find out about moving from English programs into academic study.
Important dates during your study year.
If you need to arrange leave during the study period, this can have a serious impact your studies, and your student visa (if you are an international student). To learn about conditions and processes relating to leave, visit Deferring, withdrawing and taking leave.
As a general rule, you cannot enrol in more than the standard number of subjects for the stage of your program, as detailed in the Academic Handbook (available on our Publications page). However, you may add more subjects if you are in the last stage of study and only need one subject to complete your diploma.
To add more subjects, you will need to seek advice from your Study Success Adviser and then lodge an application at the Student Centre no later than Monday in the first study week.
Contact a Study Success Adviser.
UTS Foundation Studies and English language students
If you are a UTS Foundation Studies or English language student, the subjects you study are already set. So, you will not have the option to add more subjects.
Make sure you read through re-enrolment information carefully and note important dates, as late enrolments will attract a fee. Please also note that your fees for the next semester must be paid before you can re-enrol.
Find out more about re-enrolment.
Review the list of enrolment dates and other important dates.
For help with re-enrolment, students can visit the Student Centre.
(+61 2) 9218 8666
Ground Floor 187 Thomas Street (Blue Building) Haymarket, NSW 2000
Monday to Friday (9 am – 5 pm) except Public Holidays.
(+61 2) 9211 9481
Level 4 187 Thomas Street (Blue Building) Haymarket, NSW 2000
For individual contact details, please visit the Advisers page.