Enrolling for the first time in a Business or Law course

Information for applicants offered a place in an undergraduate business or law course for Trimester 1 2015.

Step 1:Review the information provided to you in your initial offer email. Go to Enrolment, fees and money matters and create your Deakin username and password.
Step 2:Attend a Credit Assessment Session OR access the Business and Law Course Enrolment Information, relevant to the course you are enrolling in.
Step 3:Accept your offer by finalising your enrolment on StudentConnect.
Defer your offer by completing the steps at Deferral of Offer.

Credit Assessment Sessions

 What are these?

If you have completed previous study at post-secondary level (for example: diploma, advanced diploma, bachelor degrees etc) either in Australia or overseas, you may be eligible for credit for prior learning (CPL) into your course. Most courses allow for some elective units, so even if your previous study appears to be unrelated to your new course, you should still apply.

Credit for Prior Learning (CPL) Officers and Student Advisers can provide you with assistance and advice regarding credit entitlements, course planning and enrolment.

If you have applied for credit during the application process, you may have already been granted credit. Please check your details on StudentConnect.

When and where?

You may attend this session at any time during the hours specified.

Melbourne Burwood Campus:

  • 27th and 28th of January 2015 from 9am – 2pm in P3.05_06.

Geelong Waterfront Campus

  • 29th and 30th January 2015 from 10am to 1pm in D3.211.

In addition to these session's you can also meet with Student Advisers and Credit Officers by contacting your Faculty Student Centre at any campus.

You need to bring along:

  • An original or certified copy of an official transcript of your results from previous study.
  • If you are applying for credit for any business or law related units, you must provide information regarding the units you have studied (including a description of the unit, unit content, and assessment details).

What if I can't attend?

Please review the Business and Law Course Enrolment Information for your course below. If you wish to apply for Credit for Prior Learning (CPL), download your Application for Credit, and email this, and any relevant documentation to the Business and Law Assessment Services Team by 2nd of March 2015. Applications can also be posted or hand delivered to any campus. We will notify you by email once assessment is complete (or additional information is required), and provide you with some advice in respect to enrolment, and any adjustments that may be required.

Note: to accept your offer you need to enrol within 5 days of receipt of your offer regardless of whether your credit has been finalised by this time. Normally an assessment of your credit will take up to 10 working days, so the earlier you submit your application the better.

Business and Law Course Enrolment Information

Need Help?

If you required any assistance with your enrolment, please contact your Faculty Student Centre at any campus.

What's next

Check the Enrolment, fees and money matters information to make sure you have completed all required processes to accept your offer. Make a note of administrative tasks that require attention, such as accessing your fee invoice, setting up your timetable (for on campus students), and setting up your Deakin email.

We look forward to seeing you in Orientation Week (beginning 2 March 2015), where we will connect you with key staff in the Faculty of Business and Law, student mentors and students studying in your course. Check out your O'Week Itinerary - in your orientation pack, sent to you in February. Cloud (online) students, previously known as off-campus students, are always welcome to attend Orientation events at the campus nearest to them.

In the meantime, check out the Faculty of Business and Law website to review the many opportunities that are available to you as a Deakin student.

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