Study in 2023

This page provides FAQs on teaching and learning in 2023.

Wherever possible, our preference is for face-to-face learning and teaching activities. The health and well-being of our students and staff is our priority.

  • What is the plan for teaching in 2023?

    Courses will be delivered in one of the following modes:

    Blended mode – a mix of face-to-face and online study
    For example: lectures online in MyUni but you need to attend tutorials or practicals in person on campus. Some blended courses can accommodate a deferred face-to-face component, making them available to offshore and interstate students.

    Online mode – online study only
    The course will be fully online – no face-to-face teaching components.

    Courses will be delivered in one of the following modes: 

    Blended mode: – a mix of face-to-face and online study 
    Example: lectures online in MyUni but you need to attend tutorials or practicals in person on campus. 

    Online mode: – online study only 
    The course will be fully online with no face-to-face teaching components.

    Please review the Course Availability and Delivery Mode FAQ for details.

  • The course I want to enrol in isn't available for students based offshore - what should I do?

    Please contact your Faculty and a Student Success Advisor can provide program and enrolment advice.

  • I'm not able to enrol in the courses I want in the modes I want - what should I do?

    Please contact your Faculty for program advice.

  • How will I know what will be face-to-face and what will be online?

    Once you have determined which courses you will enrol in, you will need to review the course delivery mode on the Course Availability and Mode List. Students need to ensure they are aware of the course delivery mode and to determine if there are any changes required to their enrolment.  If your course is not listed, please contact your Faculty.

    The teaching delivery modes available include:
    •    Blended – a mix of face-to-face and online study
    •    Online – online study only

    Note: Some blended courses can accommodate a deferred face-to-face component making them available to offshore and interstate students. Students will receive a Result Pending (RP) and complete these face-to-face components at a later date.


    The University’s Critical dates which detail the last day to add/drop courses and census dates remain unchanged.

    Once you have determined which courses you will enrol in, you will need to review the course delivery mode of your courses on the Course Availability and Delivery Mode FAQ.

    Students need to ensure they are aware of the course delivery mode and to determine if there are any changes required to their enrolment.  If your course is not listed, please contact your Faculty. 

    The teaching delivery modes available include: 

    •    Blended – a mix of face-to-face and online study 
    •    Online – online study only 

    The University’s Critical dates which detail the last day to amend enrolment and census dates remain unchanged. 

  • Will lectures be online or face-to-face?

    Lectures will be offered online only where courses you enrol in are delivered in Online mode.

    If any of the courses you enrol in are delivered in Blended mode, your lecture may be delivered online or face to face. You can check which components of your course are delivered online or face to face in Course Planner, under Class Details, either in the Location or as a Note.

    Lectures will be offered online only where courses you enrol in are delivered in an Online delivery mode. 

    If any of the courses you enrol in are delivered in Blended mode, your lecture may be delivered online or face to face. You can check which components of your course are delivered online or face to face in Course Planner, under Class Details, either in the Location or as a Note.

  • I'm in Adelaide, but I'd like to study online. Can I?

    You may be able to do so if the course(s) you want to take are offered in Online mode. These are listed on the Course Availability and Mode List or can be identified by the OL suffix attached to the course name in Course Planner.

    In our other courses, we would encourage you to join our on campus classes, which have the added advantage of enabling you to meet your peers and readily access all the activities available on campus.

    Some blended courses may offer online teaching activities. Places in these online teaching activities are for those students who are unable to join us as they are offshore or have medical reasons why coming on campus is especially problematic. These students will be given priority. If you don’t fall into either of these groups and enrol in these classes, you may be moved or asked to move to a face-to-face teaching activity to allow other students to enrol.

    If you are an international student in Adelaide, you will be required to enrol in at least one Blended mode course in each compulsory study period, attending all face to face components of your course, and ensure your external mode (online) enrolments will not exceed 1/3 of the total enrolments for your program.

    You may be able to do so if the course(s) you want to take are offered as Online delivery mode. These are listed on the Course Availability and Delivery Mode FAQ or can be identified by the OL suffix attached to the course name in Course Planner. 

    Example: SOCI 1003OL

    In our other courses, we encourage you to join on-campus classes, which have the added advantage of enabling you to meet your peers and readily access all the activities and services available on campus. 

    Some Blended courses may offer online teaching activities. Places in these online teaching activities are for students who are unable to join us on campus as they are offshore. These students will be given priority.

    If you are located in Australia and enrol in these classes, you may be moved or asked to move to a face-to-face teaching activity to allow offshore students to enrol in online classes of Blended courses. 

    If you are an international student on a student visa and are onshore in Australia, you will be required to enrol in at least one Blended mode course in each compulsory study period, attending all face-to-face components of your course, and ensure your external mode (online) enrolments will not exceed 1/3 of the total enrolments for your program.

  • I'm in Adelaide, but I can't attend campus. Can I enrol in remote courses?

    We are encouraging all students who are in Adelaide to attend campus; however, we understand there are circumstances where that may not be possible. If you have extenuating circumstances, please contact your Faculty to explore whether alternative arrangements can be supported. 

    Note: The University’s Critical dates which detail the last day to amend your enrolment and census dates remain unchanged. 

    If you are an international student on a student visa and are onshore in Australia, you will be required to enrol in at least one Blended mode course in each compulsory study period, attending all face-to-face components of your course, and ensure your external mode (online) enrolments will not exceed 1/3 of the total enrolments for your program. 

    If you are in Australia and cannot attend face to face classes due to exceptional circumstances such as ongoing illness you will be required to contact International Student Support who will be able to provide advice.

  • I'm an international student who isn't in Adelaide and I would like to study a Blended mode course. Can I?

    To view a course delivery mode for the 2022 Academic year go to the Course Availability and Mode List. In some instances, courses in Blended mode (a mix of face-to-face and online study) will be able to accommodate delaying the face-to-face teaching component, which will make these courses available to students who are offshore or interstate. Students will instead complete these face-to-face components at a later date.

    Students who are unable to attend campus and need to take a course to complete their degree are asked to contact their Faculty Student Advisor.

    Note: The University’s Critical dates which detail the last day to add/drop courses and census dates remain unchanged.

    Exceptions to the requirement to attend campus are automatically granted to international students who are offshore (outside of Australia).

    If you are an international student on a student visa and are onshore in Australia, you will be required to enrol in at least one Blended mode course in each compulsory study period, attending all face-to-face components of your course, and ensure your external mode (online) enrolments will not exceed 1/3 of the total enrolments for your program.

    If you are onshore and cannot attend face to face classes due to exceptional circumstances such as ongoing illness you will be required to contact International Student Support who will be able to provide advice.

    International students located interstate and in South Australia will be required to attend at least one course in-person in each compulsory study period. Exceptions to the requirement to attend campus are automatically granted to international students who are offshore (outside of Australia) in applicable terms.

  • Can new students start at the University of Adelaide in 2023 if they are offshore?

    Yes, we have degrees available for study to students offshore although in-person attendance is required for enrolment in some programs or courses. For a full list of programs, please see the 'Are there programs which require in-person attendance to be enrolled in the program?' FAQ below.

    For more information about a specific program, see Degree Finder.

    Note: The University’s Critical dates which detail the last day to add/drop courses and census dates remain unchanged.

    If you are a student who is commencing your program from offshore and are unable to embark on a full-time study load, you will need to provide supporting evidence for your circumstances. You will then be eligible to apply for a new Confirmation of Enrolment (CoE) and student visa when your current CoE expires.

    To apply to reduce your study load, please see the online application form

    For more information, please refer to this related FAQ,  Do I need to have a valid student visa if I am commencing my program from offshore?

    Yes, some degrees programs are available for study to students offshore in Semester 1, although in-person attendance is required for enrolment in some programs or courses. For a full list of programs, please see the 'Are there programs which require in-person attendance to be enrolled in the program?'  FAQ below. 

    For more information about a specific program, see Degree Finder. 

    Note: The University’s Critical dates which detail the last day to amend your enrolment and census dates remain unchanged.

    If you are a student who is commencing your program from offshore and are unable to enrol in a full-time study load, you will need to provide supporting evidence of your circumstances. If a reduced study load is approved, you will be eligible to apply for a new Confirmation of Enrolment (CoE) to support a new student visa application when your current student visa expires. You will be responsible for any student visa charges.

    To apply to reduce your study load, please see the Reduce Your Enrolment Load online application form

    For more information, please refer to this related FAQ,  Do I need to have a valid student visa if I am commencing my program from offshore? found on the International Student FAQ webpage.

  • Will all courses be offered online?

    No. Many courses will have a face-to-face (in-person) teaching activity. Please review the Course Availability and Delivery Mode FAQ for details.

    Note: The University’s Critical dates which detail the last day to amend your enrolment and census dates remain unchanged.

  • Are there any programs not available to students based outside of Adelaide in 2023?

    Due to the strict accreditation and assessment requirements of some degrees, the following programs require in person attendance and will not be available to study online in 2023.

    For information on available online courses and study plans, please contact the relevant Faculty office. 

    **We are working to provide students with a list of programs and encourage you to check this FAQ later.**

  • Will exams be held?

    The University will continue to offer examinations in 2023.

  • Will I be able to do placements, internships and field trips?

    The University will return to pre-pandemic delivery of placement, internships, and field trips in 2023. Students located outside of Adelaide will be unable to enrol in courses related to placements, internships, and field trips until they are able to travel to Adelaide.

Study Arrangements for 2023

The Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA), which regulates higher education in Australia, has advised that the requirements for international students to attend face-to face learning are being re-instated and universities in Australia are expected to have all international students who have student visas, or who intend to have student visas, resume study on campus by 30 June 2023.

From 1 July 2023, only students with an approved exemption will be allowed to continue with remote study. We strongly encourage international students to travel to Adelaide for their study as early in 2023 as possible. There are many benefits to studying with us on campus and we are committed to providing you with an engaging and transformative face-to-face experience. We know that many of you have already commenced plans to travel to Adelaide to continue your studies on-campus from Semester 1 2023.

Please note: The Chinese Ministry of Education has directed students to return to on-campus study from Semester 1, 2023.  The University is working to support students in their return and is developing detailed advice for impacted students.  Please contact us for up-to-date information, and we will continue to update these pages as information becomes available.

There is a range of services and information available on our travelling to Australia page. International Student Support are also available for more information and support.

Frequently asked questions

  • I only have one course remaining to complete my degree. Do I need to complete it in Adelaide?

    If the course is offered in an online mode, and it is the last course required to complete your program you will not be required to attend campus to complete it. You can check the course delivery mode of your courses on the Course Availability and Delivery Mode FAQ.

    Please contact International Student Support if you require further information or assistance.

  • I want to study face-to-face in Adelaide but I am unable to travel due to COVID-19 lockdowns or border closures. What are my options?

    We are very sorry that you may not be able to join us on campus and experience our vibrant, inclusive and culturally rich campus at this time. We miss you and look forward to you being able to experience our world-class University, ranked in the top 100 universities worldwide and 88 in the Time Higher Education (THE) Rankings for 2023, in the near future.

    If you are unable to travel to Adelaide by 1 July 2023 due to your city or region being in COVID-19 lockdown or subject to border restrictions, the University will work with you to determine what alternative arrangements can be made, this may include studying your courses online.  Further information will be made available in due course (please note that due to strict accreditation and assessment requirements, some degrees require in person attendance and will not be available to study online in 2023).

    Alternatively, if you are a new student you can defer the commencement date of your degree by contacting your agent or the admission team. If you are an existing student (commenced studies and previously had enrolment past Census) you may be eligible for a Leave of Absence, please contact International Student Support.

  • I am enrolled in courses in Semester 1, 2023. Can I continue to study online?

    We encourage you to travel to Adelaide in readiness for the commencement of Semester 1, 2023, so that you can fully engage in your learning, study with your fellow students and immerse yourself into campus life. There are many benefits to studying on campus and we are committed to providing you with an engaging and transformative face-to-face experience.   

    If you cannot travel for Semester 1, 2023, and all your selected courses relevant for your degree are available fully online, it is possible to study remotely in this semester. The Australian Government will however cease to allow student visa holders to study remotely, from 30 June 2023. This means that, as a student visa holder, you will be required to travel to Adelaide to undertake your studies in Semester 2, 2023.

  • I intend to study in Semester 2, 2023 but I am unable to travel to Adelaide. What are my options?

    The Australian Government will cease to allow student visa holders to study offshore, from 30 June 2023. This means that, as a student visa holder, you are required to travel to Adelaide to undertake your studies.

    If you prefer not to travel at this time, you can defer the commencement date of your degree if you are a new student by contacting your agent or the admission team. If you are an existing student (commenced studies and had enrolment past Census) you may be eligible for a Leave of Absence - please contact International Student Support.

    We are hoping that by Semester 2 all students will be able to travel, however if you are unable to travel to Adelaide due to your city or region being in COVID-19 lockdown or subject to border restrictions, the University will work with you to determine what alternative arrangements can be made.  This may include studying your courses online.

    Further information will be made available in due course.

  • I am enrolled in courses in Trimester 2 or Winter School 2023. Can I continue to study online?

    We strongly encourage you to travel to Adelaide for the start of your teaching period in order that you can fully engage in your learning, study with your fellow students and immerse yourself into campus life. There are many benefits to studying with us on campus and we are committed to providing you with an engaging, and transformative face-to-face experience.

    If you are not able to be in Adelaide for the start of your teaching period, you can start your courses remotely but you must be on campus to attend face to face by 1 July 2023 as the Australian Government will cease to allow student visa holders to study offshore, from 30 June 2023.

  • I don’t have a valid passport or visa. What should I do?

    You should make arrangements to lodge your passport or visa application as soon as possible, as applications are currently taking much longer than usual to process. Make yourself fully aware of the application requirements and ensure that you lodge a complete application, as this will speed up the application process.

    The Australian Department of Home Affairs provides the following advice:

    • Lodge a complete student visa application;
    • If you are offshore and require a health assessment, you can undertake the health assessment before you receive a request for information from the Department;
    • Ensure your Statement of Purpose, which addresses the Genuine Temporary Entrant (GTE) requirement is no longer than 300 words;
    • Ensure the evidence you provide to support the GTE requirement is provided as an attachment with your application; and
    • Provide translated copies of all documents.

    Information regarding Student Visas is available on the Department of Home Affairs website.

  • I am in lockdown, but only have courses to complete which require me to attend campus (for example clinical placement or laboratory work). What are my options?

    You may be eligible for a Leave of Absence, please contact International Student Support.

  • How many online courses can I study when I am in Adelaide?

    If you hold a student visa you can study a maximum of one-third of your program online and you must enrol in at least one face-to-face course in each teaching period (semester/trimester) unless it is your last course. The one-third requirement must be met for any remaining period of your enrolment after 30 June 2023.

  • I have already studied some online courses whilst studying offshore. How many courses can I study online once I arrive in Adelaide?

    If your courses are available online, you are allowed to study up to one-third of your remaining courses online while in Australia (for example, if you have completed 24 units of a 72 unit degree whilst offshore prior to 30 June 2023, you will be able to complete a maximum of 16 more units in an online mode). You must however enrol in at least one face-to-face course per teaching period (semester/trimester) unless it is your last course .

  • I have already studied more than one-third of my program online from offshore. How will this be treated after 30 June 2023?

    The courses that you have studied remotely offshore will not be included in the calculation of online studies. Only the courses you study in Australia in an online mode will count towards the maximum one-third online enrolment rule (for example, if you have completed 24 units of a 72 unit degree whilst offshore prior to 30 June 2023, you will be able to complete a maximum of 16 units in an online mode when in Adelaide). You must however enrol in at least one face-to-face course per teaching period (semester/trimester) unless it is your last course.

  • I have ongoing medical conditions (severely immunocompromised). What are my options?

    University study may be challenging at the best of times - even more so when you have a medical condition or disability.  We want you to feel confident and safe when returning to learning on campus, and please be assured that the University will provide you with the help and support you need to be successful in your studies. The health, safety and wellbeing of all students remains our top priority. There are many benefits to studying with us on campus and we are committed to providing you with an engaging face-to-face experience.

    If you have a diagnosed immunocompromised medical condition which prevents you from travelling to Australia, please contact our International Student Support team to discuss your options.  

    If you feel overwhelmed, the University has a free, confidential Counselling Service with professionally trained counsellors. They can address any issues you may be experiencing and develop support strategies to assist with your study. If you need help navigating the University systems or external agencies, Student Care staff are available to offer you free, independent support - whether it be financial, welfare, academic or administrative assistance. 

  • I am anxious about travelling and/or catching COVID-19. Can I continue to study online?

    Given the ever-changing environment we are currently living in, it’s perfectly normal to feel uncertain and anxious. 

    We want you to feel confident and safe when returning to learning on campus, please be assured that the University will provide you with the help and support you need to be successful in your studies. The health, safety and wellbeing of all students remains our top priority. There are many benefits to studying with us on campus and we are committed to providing you with an engaging and transformative face-to-face experience

    The University is taking every precaution to keep the campus a safe place to study. For more information on current COVID-19 requirement on campus, refer to our COVID-19 updates. If you feel you wish to discuss your concerns, the University has a free, confidential Counselling Service with professionally trained counsellors. They can address any issues you may be experiencing and develop support strategies to assist with your study.

    The Australian Government will however cease to offer flexibility for student visa holders to study offshore, from 30 June 2023. This means that, as a student visa holder, you are required to travel to Adelaide to continue your studies. If you prefer not to travel at this time, you can defer your commencement by contacting your agent or the admission team or if you are an existing student (commenced studies and had enrolment past Census) you may be eligible for a Leave of Absence - please contact International Student Support.

    The Australian Government has introduced a requirement as of 5 January 20223 for travellers entering Australia from China, Hong Kong and Macau to have a negative COVID-19 test within 48 hours prior to departure. Please keep updated of entry requirements at the Department of Home Affairs website.

  • My family has been financially impacted by COVID-19 and I can’t afford to travel and live in Adelaide. What are my options?

    We recognise that COVID-19 has impacted many families, including financially. Unfortunately, the Australian Government will cease to allow student visa holders to study remotely, from 30 June 2023. This means that, as a student visa holder, you are required to travel to Adelaide to continue your studies.

    The University does offer various forms of financial assistance to students, for example if you are experiencing genuine financial hardship, you may be able to arrange to pay your tuition fees by instalments. The Student Care team can assist you in exploring the options available to you regarding grants, scholarships, negotiation with debtors, and financial counselling referrals.

    You may wish to also contact the International Student Support team who can provide you with referrals to specialised advisory contacts inside and outside the University, including student loans.

    If you are a new student, you may apply to defer the commencement of your degree to a later date by contacting your agent or the admission team. If you are a continuing student, you may be eligible for a Leave of Absence, please contact International Student Support. 

  • What will happen if I do not return to Campus when required to after 30 June 2023?

    The Australian Government will cease offering flexibility for student visa holders to study offshore, from 30 June 2023. This means that, as a student visa holder, you are required to travel to Adelaide to undertake your studies. Student visa holders who are not onshore, and do not hold an approved exemption, deferment or Leave of Absence, may be at risk of their Confirmation of Enrolment (CoE) and student visa being cancelled.

  • Am I able to enrol in less than a full time load due to the effects of COVID-19?

    Normal conditions for student visa holders apply, meaning you are required to complete your program within the duration of your Confirmation of Enrolment (CoE), which is best achieved by enrolling in a full-time load of 12 units per semester, or 9 units per trimester.

    Exceptions to the requirement to enrol in a full-time study load are:

    • An approved reduced study load due to compassionate and compelling circumstances
    • An approved Leave of Absence
    • Intervention strategy implemented by your Faculty or School as a result of Unsatisfactory Academic Progress
    • If you are still on track to complete your course by your CoE end date
    • If you are in your final semester and need fewer than 12 units to complete your course.

    Note: an extension CoE can only be issued if you meet the eligibility criteria to extend your study duration. If you are facing compassionate and compelling circumstances to prevent you from studying a full-time load, you are required to apply to reduce your study load, please see the online application form.

  • Am I able to work more than 40 hours per fortnight?

    During the COVID-19 pandemic, the Australian government relaxed some student visa restrictions related to work. Please note that the Department of Home Affairs has indicated that the student visa work rights relaxation will finish on 30 June 2023. After that time, the number of hours a student visa holder will be allowed to work will again be restricted to 40 hours or fewer fortnightly.

  • Where can I find more information about changes to student visa conditions based on COVID-19?

    We recommend that you contact the Australian Government directly, or refer to their materials, for the most up-to-date and accurate information.

  • Do I need to have a valid student visa if I am commencing my program from offshore?

    The Australian Government is strongly encouraging students who are commencing their CRICOS studies online to start their visa application process when enrolling or as soon as practically possible to afford them ESOS protections and the ability to study in Australia.

  • If I am studying offshore, do I need to apply for a new student visa prior to the expiry of my current student visa?

    Yes, it is important to hold a student visa, as it offers you important ESOS protections such as tuition assurance, as well as being necessary to travel to Australia or apply for post-study graduate visas.

    However, if you do not want to travel to Adelaide to complete your program and all your remaining courses are available online, you can study offshore without a student visa. You will not be afforded the ESOS protections such as tuition assurance and you may not be eligible for a post-study graduate visa.

    You can read more information about post-study visas and the Australian Study Requirement on the Department of Home Affairs’ website.

  • What should I do if my Confirmation of Enrolment has expired?

    You will need to apply for an extension of your Confirmation of Enrolment (CoE) and a new student visa where necessary. It’s important to be aware of your student visa’s expiry date and apply to extend your CoE and apply for a new student visa before your visa expires.

    For information on applying for a new visa, visit the Department of Home Affairs website.

    CoEs can only be issued in a limited range of circumstances. Apply for a new CoE by submitting the CoE Application Form, taking note of the eligibility criteria.

  • Does my Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) cover COVID related illness?

  • I don’t have a Medicare Card, can I still get vaccinated?

    Yes, your Medicare or visa status does not matter – you can still get a free COVID-19 vaccination with suitable ID. This includes booster doses, if eligible.

    Detailed information is available on the Department of Health website. 

    Information about how to obtain digital proof of vaccination through the Commonwealth Government can be found online. 

    To book your vaccination, visit the SA Health website.

    For all other health and wellbeing questions, including what to do if you test positive, please refer to the StudyAdelaide FAQs.

  • Do I require a travel exemption to travel to Australia?

    No, you do not require a travel exemption to enter Australia. The Australian Government has re-opened Australia’s borders for all visa holders.

    We recommend keeping up to date by referring to the StudyAdelaide website, and the Department of Home Affairs website.

    Students travelling to Australia from China, Hong Kong and Macau should stay updated with COVID-19 testing requirements at the Australian Government’s Department of Home Affairs website.

  • Am I required to quarantine when I arrive in Australia?

    There is no longer a requirement to quarantine upon arrival in Australia. 

    Travellers to Australia from China, Hong Kong and Macau are required to have a negative COVID-19 test within 48 hours prior to departure. However, there are currently no requirements for testing on arrival in Australia.

    We recommend keeping up to date by referring to the StudyAdelaide and SA HEALTH websites.

  • Do I have to be vaccinated to travel to Australia?

    There is no vaccination requirement to enter Australia. All visa holders can travel to Australia without obtaining a travel exemption.

    From 5 January 2023, the Australian Government will require all travellers to Australia from China, Hong Kong and Macau to have a negative COVID-19 test within 48 hours of departure.

    More information about travel to Australia can be found on the Department of Home Affairs website.

  • I'm worried about travelling to Adelaide and catching COVID-19, can I continue to study online?

    Given the recent Australian Government direction, it is not possible to study online from 1 July 2023.  We want you to feel confident and safe when returning to learning on campus, and please be assured that the University will provide you with the help and support you need to be successful in your studies.  The health, safety and wellbeing of all students remains our top priority.  There are many benefits to studying with us on campus and we are committed to providing you with an engaging face-to-face experience.

    It’s ok to ask for help.  If you’re feeling overwhelmed, the University’s Counselling Support-Wellbeing Hub have a toolkit especially designed for you, providing helpful information and resources.  More information can be found here: https://www.adelaide.edu.au/student/wellbeing/covid-wellbeing

    If you prefer not to travel at this time, you can defer the commencement date of your degree if you are a new student by contacting your agent or the admission team.  If you are an existing student (commenced studies and had enrolment past Census)  please contact International Student Support who will be able to discuss your options with you.

  • What happens if I catch COVID or someone I care for has COVID-19 when I am due to travel?

    We recommend that students traveling to Adelaide book a flexible flight or open ticket which allows for changes or last-minute cancellations.  If you catch COVID-19 you can then reschedule your flights for 2 weeks later to allow for a full recovery.  Please let us know if your travel plans change so that we can support you with your studies.  Students can enrol until the teaching period’s Last day to add courses online.  Please review the University’s Critical Dates for these dates.  In special circumstances, with the permission of the course coordinator, students may be able to enrol into courses until the teaching period’s Census date.  If you require assistance, please contact International Student Support.