A warm welcome from Linda Brown, CEO of Laureate Australia & New Zealand. In this video, Linda touches on some of the values Laureate takes pride in such as inclusion, balance and the importance of feedback. We’re here to help set you up for success in your student journey.
It may feel like just paperwork but enrolment is an exciting step into student life.
The process flows like this:
Once you've enrolled, you will be able to access your Enrolment Confirmation Notice in My Account. Your timetable will be available to view soon after.
To get your Student ID ready, you can either:
A: If you're studying online, email a passport sized head shot (or high res selfie), your full name and student number to the Torrens or THINK Student Services team, and we will let you know when it is ready for collection. We will arrange to send your ID card via post.
B. If you're studying on campus, meet us at Orientation where we'll take your photo and generate your card for you
Tip! Orientation gets busy so we recommend emailing your photo in advance so all you have to do is pick it up on the day!
You will need to have access to a computer with internet access while you study in order to:
You will also need to have a set of standard software packages, internet connectivity and reasonably good computer skills, we can help with this.
As there are limited computers available for use on campus, we suggest you start planning how you'll access one for your study.
If you are going to buy a computer and need guidance, make sure you get some expert advice about how to satisfy your needs as a student.
Google Chrome is the recommended web browser to use when accessing the Learning Portal.Download Google Chrome
All campuses have student printing, scanning and copying services available to you, as well as free WiFi. Check out the "IT on Campus" section of your local campus information page for WiFi logins and other details about these services.
Universities often use terms and words that you might not be familiar with.
We have alphabetically listed some of the most common words you'll hear and read at Uni. Our glossary will help you understand what they mean.
Our comprehensive New Student Community will help you further understand your online learning environment.
It is open to all new students, but is especially useful for those who study remotely. You'll learn about:
And you'll meet lots of other students in the online forum who are studying with you.
Full-time, domestic students studying on campus should be eligible for discounted fares on public transport.
Get in touch with Student Services to apply for a student travel concession card.
Public transport concessions are not usually available to:
Please check with your campus to see if you can apply.
Find more details about transport concessions on your local public transport site.