Please check your UTS email account for information on:
- How to enrol
- What to do before enrolment
- When to enrol
Subject outlines and choices
The subjects available for each program are summarised in the Student Handbook.
Minimum and maximum study load
A study load is the number of subjects you study for a particular stage of your program.
International students, are required by the Department of Home Affairs to undertake a full-time study load. If you are a UTS Foundation Studies student, you are also required to undertake a full-time study load. The study load for each program is detailed in the Academic Handbook. If you need to repeat a subject from Stage 1 of your program, you may not be able to take all subjects of Stage 2 as this would be more than a full-time study load. See your Study Success Adviser for advice.
Domestic students may enrol in the part-time option as long as you can complete your program in the timeframe outlined in the Academic Program Progression and Completion Policy.
As a general rule, you may not enrol in more than the required number of subjects for the stage of your program, as detailed in the Academic 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 need 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 have completed equivalent study at another institution, you may be eligible for exemptions from subjects. To find out more or to apply, contact the Student Centre at email@example.com You will need to provide evidence of your prior learning. Please apply for exemptions no later than Friday of Week 1.
As you start to settle in to student life at UTS College, you should get into the habit of checking your class timetable on eStudent. UTS College may make changes to your timetable, especially during the first three weeks of the semester, so it’s a good idea to also keep an eye on your UTS email account for any important updates.
Last date to change your classes
If you need to change a class time, you can do this on Thursday of Welcome Week. You will need a compassionate or serious reason to change. Download the Academic Timetable Change Request Form, ensuring you read the terms and conditions. Email the complete form with all supporting documents to firstname.lastname@example.org
Examples of supporting documents include a letter from your employer for a work-related change, or a letter from a doctor regarding a health issue. Your application to change your timetable will not be accepted if your form is incomplete and/or you do not provide supporting documents. The Enrolment Team will advise you of the outcome via your student email within two business days.