Congratulations on your offer to study at UOW. Follow the steps below to enrol in your course.
Accept your offer
To take your place at UOW you will need to accept your offer.
Prepare for enrolment
Choosing your subjects - If you are a enrolling in a postgraduate program, please refer to the Course handbook for help with planning your course. If you are commencing an undergraduate program, our first year enrolment guides will be available soon. These guides will help you with selecting your first year subjects.
Get your photo ready - When you enrol you will be asked to upload a photo for your student ID card. Make sure your photo meets our requirements.
Understand your fee options - If you are an eligible domestic student you may have the option to pay your fees upfront or defer the payment. A deferred payment is commonly referred to as the HECS option (Higher Education Contribution Scheme). If you are deferring your fees, you will need to provide your tax file number (TFN) when you enrol. If you do not have a TFN you must apply for one immediately as it will take 28 days for a TFN to be issued by the Australian Taxation Office (ATO). It is a mandatory requirement that your personal details at UOW match with your details recorded at the ATO in order for you to access a HELP loan. See our fees website for more information on your options.
Once you have been issued with your offer and provided with your student number you can start your enrolment by completing the following steps:1. Activate your online student account
2. Add and confirm your personal details
3. Complete the government survey
4. Upload your photo for your student ID card
5. Select your course offer
6. Confirm your fees option
7. Select your major (if applicable)
8. Add your subjects
Enrol in classes
Once you've enrolled in your course and subjects, as you get closer to your first session, you'll need to also enrol in classes (tutorials, practicals and/or seminars) separately. You'll do this using SOLS. Find out more about how to enrol in classes and organise your timetable.
Meet people you’ll be studying with, explore the campus, and discover everything UOW has to offer. Head to the Orientation website to find out when you need to come and events on throughout O-Week.
Start your first class
Check your session dates to find out when your semester starts. In your first class you will get a course overview, find out which textbooks you’ll need, and when assignments are due. Check out our uni essentials to learn more about university life, and download the MyUOW mobile app to keep up to date with what is happening on campus.