We've created a handy checklist of things you need to do before you start your degree.
Accepting online is a two-part process:
If you do not accept by the deadline dates below, your offer may lapse.
To accept or defer your offer you need:
Before you enrol, you must choose your courses for the semester.
Consult the UNSW Handbook for information relating to your program structure and to determine which courses you're required to enrol in.
The best way to check that you have enrolled successfully into your courses is via your myUNSW Student Profile tab. The courses you have enrolled in should be listed under the My Enrolment section on this page. You'll also be able to view your Class Timetable by selecting View Timetable.
Credit Transfer is also known as ‘advanced standing’ or recognition of prior learning. If you have studied at another university and wish to apply for credit transfer, submit an application along with the below supporting documentation to Student Administrative Services at the time of your acceptance of offer via email to email@example.com.
Students submitting a credit transfer application will need to enrol in the standard 1st year courses until their outcome is received.
Credit transfer applications must be finalised prior to the commencement of Semester 1. This allows time to amend your enrolment before the end of week 1 to avoid late enrolment fees ($250). Please allow 3-4 weeks for the processing of your Credit Transfer application. Incomplete applications may require additional processing time.
Credit Transfer applications must be submitted prior to your commencement of Year One Familiarisation Training (YOFT) at ADFA. Credit Transfer outcomes must be discussed with your chain of command as this may affect your time at ADFA.
Following a directive from the Department of Defence, International Policy Division, international students are NOT able to apply for credit from previous study.
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