Tutorial and class enrolment

Timetable and class selection issues

If you are having problems with your class selection such as class clashes or full classes, you may need to select a different class. If you cannot select a different class option (i.e. if all options are full or you have missed the cut off date for enrolment) please refer to the Timetable FAQs which may be of assistance.

If the Timetable FAQs do not answer your enquiry, you will need to refer to the relevant Faculty instructions below.

Please note: students cannot make timetable requests in advance of timetable selection openings.

 

Online Classes

We recognise many students are still not able to return to our campuses at this stage due to COVID-19 travel restrictions and other extenuating circumstances. If you enrol in a subject that has an on-campus component, but you cannot legitimately attend, you may be able to participate via an online class (where that is possible). If you need to be in an online class, you may need to seek approval. Refer to your Faculty tab below for information about enrolling in online classes.

 

International Students currently outside of Australia

If you are currently outside of Australia due to COVID-19 travel restrictions, and are unsure about whether you will be able to return to Australia for the start of session.  UOW will place you in an online tutorial or class wherever your subjects allow for online classes - unless you inform the University otherwise. Please refer to your Faculty tab below for more details.

Faculty Class Enrolment Information

Online classes

The Faculty is offering limited places in online tutorials for students who cannot attend campus due to COVID-19 related impacts.

Online tutorials are only available in subjects where delivery mode does not require on campus presence, either for facilities or accreditation reasons.

NOTE: Onshore international students who are currently residing offshore, and cannot enter Australia, will be placed in an online class wherever subjects offer an online option.

Eligible students can self-enrol in an online tutorial when tutorial enrolments open. If your attempt to self-enrol is unsuccessful, please submit an application via the online form below.

Only use the form if:

  • Your subjects are offered by the Faculty of ASSH.
  • You are already enrolled in the subject
  • You have a valid, COVID related reason to request enrolment.
 

If you are enrolled in a subject with on-campus components, but you cannot legitimately attend, please contact Student Service to arrange an appointment with your relevant Head of Students

School of Business:

For subjects that offer online delivery, students will be informed via SOLS whether they can enrol directly into an online class or whether they need to apply for a place in an online class. Students will be informed about each of their subjects prior to their tutorial enrolment dates.

If students are advised they need to apply to enrol in an online tutorial or class, further information will be provided on this web page and via SOLS prior to tutorial enrolment dates.

Sydney Business School:

All postgraduate subjects (except Executive MBA) will offer online delivery, students can enrol directly into an online class.

International postgraduate students who are currently residing onshore must enrol in an on-campus class.

International postgraduate students who are currently residing offshore should enrol in an online class.

Domestic students who are enrolled in an on-campus course can enrol in an on-campus class or an online class.

Domestic students who are enrolled in a distance course should enrol in an online class.

Domestic students who are enrolled in an online course do not need to enrol in a class.

Online classes

NOTE: Onshore international students who are currently residing offshore, and cannot enter Australia, will be placed in an online class wherever subjects offer an online option.

School of Law:

Students enrolled in core Law subjects will need to apply to enrol in an online seminar. Further information on how to apply will be available on this page and communicated to students via SOLS closer to the start of Autumn Session 2022.

For all other subjects, please consult the subject timetable for delivery modes available.

 

If you are enrolled in a subject with on-campus components, but you cannot legitimately attend, please contact Student Service to arrange an appointment with your relevant Head of Students.

Online classes

For EIS subjects that offer online delivery, students will be informed via SOLS whether they can enrol directly into an online class or whether they need to apply for a place in an online class. Students will be informed about each of their subjects prior to their tutorial enrolment dates.

Students are encouraged to enrol in their subjects as per their normal course curriculum.

NOTE: Onshore international students who are currently residing offshore, and cannot enter Australia, will be placed in an online class wherever subjects offer an online option.

Online class options for Autumn semester are currently being configured. Please check the timetable again in late January for further details. If you have any questions about your online class options, please submit an enquiry via this form.

 

If you are enrolled in a subject with on-campus components, but you cannot legitimately attend, please contact Student Service to arrange an appointment with your relevant Head of Students.

Online classes

For SMAH subjects that offer online delivery, students will be informed via SOLS whether they can enrol directly into an online class or whether they need to apply for a place in an online class. Students will be informed about each of their subjects prior to their tutorial enrolment dates.

Students are encouraged to enrol in their subjects as per their normal course curriculum.

NOTE: Onshore international students who are currently residing offshore, and cannot enter Australia, will be placed in an online class wherever subjects offer an online option.

If you are enrolled in a subject with on-campus components, but you cannot legitimately attend, please contact Student Service to arrange an appointment with your relevant Head of Students.

AreaContactTutorial System Information
Peer Assisted Study Sessions (PASS) pass-enquiries​@uow.edu.au

(02) 4221 5685
Find more about PASS.

Enrol in PASS tutorials via SOLS.

Careers Central For GWP 800 & GWP 900:
gwp-enquiries​@uow.edu.au

For CRLP200 and CRLP201:
crlp200-enquiries​@uow.edu.au

(02) 4221 3325
Contact Careers Central to get enrolled.
UOW Dubai   Undergraduate UOWD students should refer to SOLS for opening times.