Find out when re-enrolment opens for your courses in 2016

Re-enrolment schedule

Changes to enrolment in 2017

Due to NewSpace, the University’s new campus in the Newcastle Civic Precinct, opening for teaching in Semester 2 2017, it has been necessary to split re-enrolment for 2017 into two time periods as below.

  • Re-enrolment for semester 1 and trimester 1 and 2 will open in mid-December.
  • Enrolment for semester 2 and trimester 3 will open in April 2017 following the release of the Class Timetable – more details will be announced closer to the time.

This change will impact on the Callaghan, Ourimbah, Sydney and City campuses as the class times across campuses are integrated, allowing travel time between campuses  to be built in to class times where necessary.

This will affect semester 2 and trimester 3 2017 timetables and enrolments only. It is expected that the University will return to a whole-year scheduling and enrolment for 2018.

Search the Web Timetable for available courses and required classes to help you prepare for 2017 enrolment.

Please note the following re-enrolment dates are for re-enrolment of Semester 1, Trimester 1 and Trimester 2 courses only.

DateTimeSchool opening
Friday 11 November9amWebLearn GradSchool
Friday 18 November9amMedicine
Monday 28 November10amNursing
Tuesday 13 December

11am

1pm

4pm

Education

Wollotuka

Environmental & Life Sciences
(No CHEM1010 enrolments until 2017)
Wednesday 14 December10am

12pm

3pm
Psychology

Humanities & Social Science

Mathematical & Physical Sciences
Thursday 15 December9am
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12pm

3pm
Creative Arts
(As of January 1, 2017 School of Creative Arts will be known as School of Creative Industries)

Business

Law
Friday 16 December9am

11am

3pm
Biomedical Sciences & Pharmacy

Health Sciences & Public Health

Midwifery
Monday 19 December10am

12pm

2pm
Engineering

Electrical Engineering & Computer Science

Architecture & the Built Environment

Research courses will open for enrolment in January 2017. Contact research@newcastle.edu.au for further information.


Please note: Courses previously listed under Design, Communication and Information Technology (DCIT) will now be found under either Creative Arts or Electrical Engineering & Computer Science.  For further information please refer to therelevant course handbook.