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New Student Enrolment Information

New Student Enrolment Dates

Trimester 1, 2024 Enrolment Dates:

Opens: 10am AEDT* on Wednesday 10 January 2024

Closes: 5pm AEDT* on Friday 16 February 2024

*Australian Eastern Daylight Time

Processing your Enrolment

Students enrol via their Student Portal each study period and must enrol before the close of enrolment. During each enrolment period students are offered units that are consistent with their course structure, course stage and the units being offered for the upcoming Trimester. Students should enrol as soon as possible to ensure secure their preferred classes. 

    

How to enrol tutorial video

Student Portal Login Details

URL:

https://apic.meshedhe.com.au

Username:

Your Student Id Number (the nine digit number stated in the top right hand corner of your Offer Letter)

Password: 

Your birth date in the following format: ddmmyyyy - use a 0 (zero) for single digit dates e.g. 01012001

Enrolment Support

Don’t hesitate to reach out to Student Services should you face any issues processing your enrolment online via your Student Portal. For students who are onshore it's best to come to campus during Student Services business hours (9am - 5pm, Monday - Friday) for enrolment support in the first instance. 

 

Students can also lodge an enquiry using the enquiry form or call Tel: 1300 870 962. Visit the Student Services page for guidance on how to lodge an online enquiry.

Key Dates for
Trimester 1, 2024

Award of Credit / Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)

If you have completed previous studies or have relevant professional experience, you may be eligible for credit towards your course. Applications for Credit and required supporting evidence must be lodged through the online application form no less than ten (10) working days before the census date of a student’s first study period at APIC. This is to allow time for the application to be assessed and any enrolment variations to be completed before the census date. For more information refer to APIC's Award of Credit Policy.

 

Please Note: Students who have been awarded credit must accept the credit via their Letter of Offer. If a student has already accepted one offer, they will be issued a new offer which includes any relevant credit/RPL.

 

Students who have received Conditional RPL’s must submit official transcripts relating to the unit/s no later than 3 working days before census date of the students first study period for this credit to be applied as well as confirming acceptance of the credit outcome.

Update your contact details

Please check and update your contact telephone number/s and emergency contact details before processing your enrolment. When you first log into your Student Portal you will be prompted to update your contact information. 

It is the responsibility of all students to ensure APIC always has your current and correct contact information. Student visa holders MUST notify the College of any changes to your contact information within 7 days.

Online Timetables

APIC’s Undergraduate and Postgraduate timetables can be accessed via the Student Hub Timetables page. Please note the timetable is subject to change.

Students can check which units are offered for their course on the Units offered by course page. The online timetables list current classes and provides all the relevant details of the class: day, time, unit code, unit name, class name, teacher (lecturer) and tutor. The online timetables also indicate seat availability. The list can be filtered by class (Select Unit(s)) or day (Select Day(s)). 

It's important to note that when students process their enrolment via their Student Portal the units available to select from will be based on the course structure and stage (course progression) of each individual student.  

Editing your enrolment

Students will be able to change their subjects and timetable until 5:00pm AEDT on Friday 9 February 2024 (the Friday before classes commence). Further information regarding editing your enrolment information can be located via the Student Hub Online Enrolment page.

How to edit your enrolment tutorial video

Timetable Clashes

If you can’t process your enrolment due to a timetable clash or need to enrol in a unit that is not available, please lodge an enquiry with Student Services for enrolment support. 

Reduced study load applications

New students are required by policy to enrol in a full-time study load, 0.5 EFTSL, in their first trimester. This means that undergraduate students are expected to enrol in four (4) units and postgraduate students in three (3) units in their first study period.  

 

Students may apply to study a reduced study load if they have compassionate or compelling circumstances or have completed at least one trimester of study full-time and wish to spread their remaining study load across the other trimesters.

 

Students who receive approval to reduce their study load may not be eligible to take a trimester break. Reduced Study load applications must be submitted prior to the Census date for the study period, the application form is available on the Forms page.

Conditional Offer Documents

Refer to your COE and/or Offer Letter and Written Agreement for any enrolment conditions. If you need to provide conditional documents, you will receive an email that will provide a link to upload your documentation to.

 

Conditional offer documents are due at the end of Week 1 of the study period and must be submitted by 5:00pm AEDT on Friday 16 February 2024.

Fee Invoices

When you process your online enrolment, the Student Portal will automatically create a fee invoice. Please note that invoices will be reviewed and manually updated prior to the census date for each study period.

Enrolment Handbook

APIC's enrolment handbook is accessible is designed to provide students with key information related to enrolment at APIC and provides a framework for APIC’s enrolment policies and procedures.

Unique Student Identifier (USI)

Following enrolment, if you are onshore and don't have a Unique Student Identifier (USI), now is the time to apply for one.

 

Students studying in Australia need to have a Unique Student Identifier number or USI. Your USI is your individual Australian education identification number for life. You need a USI if you are:

  • an International student who is onshore in Australia and has a valid visa

  • a new or continuing domestic student

  • a student who has completed their studies and will graduate from 2023    

The process of applying is simple, the online tutorial video which is available here overviews the process. For further information about USI's please click here. Please apply for your USI using the link below.

Tip for students who have a single name: when you apply for your USI, insert a dash (-) in the first name field and enter your name in the last name field.

Once you have received your USI, you need to record the number in your Student Portal.

Trimester 1, 2024 Commences

12

MON

Classes for Trimester 1, 2024 commence the week beginning Monday 12 February 2024.

Student Services looks forward to welcoming you to APIC during Orientation week and supporting you through your studies.

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