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Select and enrol in your next set of subjects


Towards the end of each study period you'll need to select and enrol in your next set of subjects. Click here for the Summer School 2020 Information

Subject Selection information for T1, 2021

 

Updated: 24 November 2020

Subject Selection to open shortly

Now is the perfect time to start planning your next trimester to make sure you enrol into the right subjects. Remember that it's also a great opportunity to set up your schedule/routine for the coming months.

You will be able to select your subjects for Trimester 1 next year from 30 November 2020 to 5 March, 2021.

You can now do the following to prepare Trimester 1, 2021.

  1. Check your course structure to decide on and choose your subjects: 
  2. Check the subject selection quick reference guides below to familiarise yourself with the process.

We will send you more information once enrolment opens.

Are you enrolled in one of the following courses?

  • Vocational Courses (VET)
  • GCDT20 Graduate Certificate of Digital Transformation and Creative Intelligence
  • TULC

Please use the alternate instructions below to select your subjects.


How to select your subjects in the new Student Portal

Logging in

  1. Go the Student Portal - you will need to log in with your student email address and password.
  2. You will be taken to the Student Landing Page.
Student Portal Landing Page

Register for classes

Steps

Log in to Student Portal

  1. From the Student Portal landing page, click Subject Selection.
    Note: if you try to enter this section before the opening date, you will see an error message "Not eligible to register" or "Term not eligible for registration".
  2. Click Register for Classes.
  3. Select the Study Period (e.g. Trimester 3, 2020) and your course, and then continue.
  4. Select the next subject/s in the list as these align with your course structure. You must select one subject a time.
    • Tip: All subjects are listed in the left column. Any marked with a green dot are those you have completed, have credit for, or are currently enrolled in.
    • Meeting time = your class time.
  5. All class options for the subject will appear in the top right column.
    • Tip: You can view more information (description, prerequisites, lecturer etc) by clicking on the subject name. 
  6. Add the class you want. 
  7. Click SUBMIT to finalise your class registration. You can do this after each subject if you prefer.

Student Menu List Register for Classes

What happens after I select subjects and register for classes? 

After you successfully register in your classes, you should expect to receive your invoice via your Office 365 student email. Invoices are sent to all students, upfront paying or FEE-HELP. You will see the fee amount and due date on the invoice. 

Check the full instructions at the Student Portal page.

Changing your enrolment

In your Student Portal, you can:

  • withdraw from (or drop) a subject
  • change to another class time

Check the full instructions at the Student Portal page.

What if I can't drop or change a subject?

There are instances where you may not be able to drop or change a class yourself.

This will happen if:

  • you are trying to drop the only subject
  • Student Services manually enrolled you in the subject

In these cases, you will need to contact student services or submit either of the following Torrens University forms or Think Education forms.

  • Application for Withdrawal 
  • Application for Timetable Change 

View class registration and timetable 

Now you can check which classes you are registered in, and print your schedule.

Steps

  1. Navigate to the Student Landing Page.
  2. Click Subject Selection.
  3. Click View Registration Information.
  4. Review your schedule.

You can also print your timetable by clicking on the Printer button (in the top right hand corner).

View Class Registration​​​​​​

Instructions for students enrolled in the following course:

 

  • Vocational Courses (VET)
  • GCDT20 Graduate Certificate of Digital Transformation and Creative Intelligence
  • TULC

Subject selection instructions - alternate Student Portal

Student Portal - Hermes

 

Log in to My Account

How to enrol

Enrolling into your subjects is as easy as 1, 2, 3.

Step 1 – Refer to your course structure for what subjects to choose next

Find your course structure here:

Step 2 – Log in to My Account

Step 3 – Use the Subject Selection tool to choose your classes

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Changing your enrolment

How do I change class times?

To keep studying a subject but move to a class at another time, make changes to your timetable in the Subject Selection Tool in My Account.

How do I change subjects?

You can withdraw from one subject and enrol in another within the Subject Selection Tool in My Account.

Note: Changes made after the census or withdrawal date may incur a cost or affect your academic record - check the Key Dates before making any changes.

How do I withdraw from a subject?

You can withdraw from a subject by:

Note: Changes made after the census or withdrawal date may incur a cost or affect your academic record - check the key dates first.


Additional information

International students

As an international student, you'll need to keep these important visa requirements in mind.

As per the National Code 2018 visa requirements, you must:

  • Maintain full-time enrolment each trimester, which means enrolling into eight subjects per year.
  • Only study a maximum of one-third or 33% of your course online
  • Complete your course within the timeframe listed on your Confirmation of Enrolment (CoE)

It is also highly recommended that you follow your Course Structure. This will allow you to finish your course within the timeframe listed on your CoE.

If you have any questions on what subjects to select, chat with your Success Coach.

Students are reminded to seek advice from the Department of Home Affairs (Immigration) prior to making any variations on their enrolment as this may impact your Visa.

For Student Visa Changes due to COVID please refer to the below “I am an International Student” section.

For more information visit: Home Affairs

 

Course credit

Course credit and Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)

If you have already completed a qualification, or have a lot of relevant professional experience, you may be able to credit this against parts of your studies with us.

You should apply for course credit/RPL as soon as your have your documents available. If you are selecting your subjects for the upcoming trimester and plan on applying for course credit/ RPL, ensure you don't enrol in this/these subject(s).

When you apply for credit please provide us with as much supporting documentation as possible, including:

  • Learning outcomes
  • Copy of Academic Transcript/s
  • Copy of Statement of Attainment/s
  • Course or subject outlines
  • Program of study (including content)
  • Learning and assessment approaches

Application forms:

Deadline for submitting your application

Applications for course credit must be received by Week 2.

 

Can I change to another course?

To change courses, complete and submit a course transfer form:

Email your completed form to Student Services (studentservices@torrens.edu.au or studentservices@think.edu.au), or hand it in to your Student Services team.

Do this well in advance to make sure you can start your new course in the next available study period.

Contact Student Services for additional help.

Can I take a Leave of Absence?

Taking a Leave of Absence means you postpone your studies while remaining enrolled in your course.

You may apply to take a leave of absence from your course for up to a maximum of 12 months.

Note: If you are an International student you may only apply for a Leave of Absence under compassionate and compelling grounds.

Refer to the appropriate Enrolment and Attendance Policy below for further information:

To apply, you'll need to complete the appropriate Application for Leave of Absence (Deferral) form below:

For further information contact Student Services

Need help?

Chat to our expert teams:

If you need a hand using your Subject Selection Tool

Student Services

1300 575 803
Torrens University: studentservices@torrens.edu.au
Think Education: studentservices@think.edu.au;

If you’re not sure what subjects to choose and need help mapping out your course

Success Coach - yoursuccesscoach@laureate.edu.au


Summer School

Summer School intakes are optional study periods designed to give you the chance to fast-track your course, or simply to catch up. There are a number of subjects available. Please ensure that you have checked your course to see if the subject offered is relevant to your and your course.

Subject selection opens on Wednesday 18 November 2020 in the Student Portal

Key dates

Start date Monday 7 December 2020
Census date Friday 18 December (for domestic students only)
Study break Monday 21 December 20209 to Sunday 3 January 2021
End date Sunday 31 January 2021
Results release Friday 26 February 2021

How to enrol

Refer to the Student Portal page for a guide to selecting your subjects.

If you need assistance please contact Student Services.

Summer School 2020 subjects

Business subjects on offer for Summer School 2020

Online Summer School (OSS) is for continuing students only.

All subjects are delivered online only.

International students are able to choose all online subjects - no visa restrictions apply to non-compulsory study periods.

Subject Course
ACCT6001 Accounting Information Systems
  • Master of Professional Accounting
  • Master of Professional Accounting (Advanced)
BIZ201 Accounting for Decision Making
  • Associate Degree of Business (Hospitality Management)
  • Associate Degree of Business (Tourism Management)
  • Associate Degree of Culinary Management
  • Bachelor of Business (Entrepreneurship)
  • Bachelor of Business (Event Management)
  • Bachelor of Business (Hospitality Management)
  • Bachelor of Business (Marketing)
  • Bachelor of Business (Public Relations)
  • Bachelor of Business (Sports Management)
  • Bachelor of Business (Tourism Management)
  • Bachelor of Business Information Systems
  • Bachelor of Culinary Management
  • Diploma of Business (Hospitality Management)
  • Diploma of Business Information Systems
IND301A Industry Consulting Project
  • Bachelor of Business
  • Bachelor of Business (Entrepreneurship)
  • Bachelor of Business (Event Management)
  • Bachelor of Business (Marketing)
  • Bachelor of Business (Public Relations)
  • Bachelor of Business (Sports Management)
  • Bachelor of Business Information Systems
  • Diploma of Business
MGT301A Ethics & Sustainability
  • Associate Degree of Business (Hospitality Management)
  • Associate Degree of Business (Tourism Management)
  • Associate Degree of Culinary Management
  • Bachelor of Business
  • Bachelor of Business (Entrepreneurship)
  • Bachelor of Business (Event Management)
  • Bachelor of Business (Hospitality Management)
  • Bachelor of Business (Marketing)
  • Bachelor of Business (Sports Management)
  • Bachelor of Business (Tourism Management)
  • Bachelor of Culinary Management
  • Bachelor Of Software Engineering (Artificial Intelligence)
  • Bachelor Of Software Engineering (Cloud Computing)
  • Diploma of Business (Hospitality Management)
MGT302A Strategic Management
  • Associate Degree of Business (Hospitality Management)
  • Associate Degree of Business (Tourism Management)
  • Associate Degree of Culinary Management
  • Bachelor of Business
  • Bachelor of Business (Entrepreneurship)
  • Bachelor of Business (Event Management)
  • Bachelor of Business (Hospitality Management)
  • Bachelor of Business (Public Relations)
  • Bachelor of Business (Sports Management)
  • Bachelor of Business (Tourism Management)
  • Bachelor of Culinary Management
  • Diploma of Business (Hospitality Management)
MGT613 / MGMT6016 Corporate Sustainability
  • Master of Engineering Management
MIS603 Microservices Architecture 
  • Graduate Diploma of Business Information Systems
  • Master of Business Information Systems
  • Master of Engineering Management
MIS605 Systems Analysis and Design
  • Graduate Diploma of Business Information Systems
  • Master of Business Information Systems
  • Master of Engineering Management
MIS606 Employer-based Project
  • Master of Business Information Systems
MIS607 Cybersecurity
  • Graduate Diploma of Business Information Systems
  • Master of Business Information Systems
  • Master of Engineering Management
PROJ6000 Principles of Project Management
  • Graduate Certificate of Global Project Management
  • Graduate Diploma of Business Information Systems
  • Graduate Diploma of Global Project Management
  • Master of Business Administration
  • Master of Business Administration (Advanced)
  • Master of Business Information Systems
  • Master of Engineering Management 
  • Master of Global Project Management
  • Master of Global Project Management (Advanced)
  • Master of Global Project Management / Master of Public Health

 

Click here to select your subjects

Health subjects on offer for Summer School 2020

Summer School is for continuing students only.

International students are able to choose all online subjects - no visa restrictions apply to non-compulsory study periods.

Subject Code Relevant course/s Delivery mode
PUBH6012 Capstone Part B: 
Applied Research Project in Public Health
Master of Public Health
Master of Public Health (Adv)

Online

On-campus: Adelaide - Wakefield, Brisbane - Gotha Street,
Melbourne - Flinders St, Sydney - Pyrmont

HBC205 Human Biochemistry

Bachelor of Nutrition

BHS Clinical Nutrition
BHS Naturopathy
BHS Western Herbal Medicine

 

Online

On-campus: Brisbane - Gotha Street, Melbourne - Flinders St,
Sydney - Pyrmont

CHM303A CM Clinical Practicum 1 BHS Chinese Medicine

On-campus: Melbourne - Fitzroy

CHM306A CM Clinical Practicum 2 BHS Chinese Medicine

On-campus: Melbourne - Fitzroy

CHM309A CM Clinical Practicum 3 BHS Chinese Medicine

On-campus: Melbourne - Fitzroy

CHM403A CM Clinical Practicum 4 BHS Chinese Medicine

On-campus: Melbourne - Fitzroy

CHM406A CM Clinical Practicum 5 BHS Chinese Medicine

On-campus: Melbourne - Fitzroy

CHM410A CM Clinical Practicum 6 BHS Chinese Medicine

On-campus: Melbourne - Fitzroy

CMY303A Myotherapy Clinical Practicum 1 BHS Clinical Myotherapy

On-campus: Melbourne - Fitzroy

CMY307A Myotherapy Clinical Practicum 2 BHS Clinical Myotherapy

On-campus: Melbourne - Fitzroy

CMY310A Myotherapy Clinical Practicum 3 BHS Clinical Myotherapy

On-campus: Melbourne - Fitzroy

Click here to select your subjects

Course information

Find your Course Structure under your course page: