Accepting your offer
Once you have received your offer via UAC or ANU please accept your offer by the date specified on the offer.
After you have accepted your offer the Program Administrator will contact you by email with enrolment instructions.
If you live locally you can attend an enrolment interview at the Law College Office. At the interview, we'll help you select courses. After we 'activate' you in the program, you can self enrol online through the ANU Interactive Student Information System (ISIS).
If you don't live locally, just follow the instructions in the email and enrol online.
International students must attend an enrolment interview when they arrive in Canberra. Contact us to arrange an interview.
Course selection - program requirements
You must ensure you enrol in the correct courses for your degree program and stream.
Please refer to the Program Requirements on the website or the Student Information Booklet which will have been emailed to you with your enrolment instructions.
Paying your fees
After you enrol, you'll receive an ANU invoice through your student email account. Follow the instructions on the invoice to pay your fees. If you have questions about the invoice call the Fees Office on +612 6125 8124.
If you elect to use FEE-HELP, you will not receive an invoice. If you have applied for FEE-HELP but you still receive an invoice from ANU please contact Fees Office immediately.
Masters program timetable
The Masters Program timetable for 2013 can be found here.
The ANU College of Law has a strict attendance policy for face to face graduate instruction. You must attend 100% of scheduled classes, whether they are held on weekdays, weekends or during the evening. We assume you have taken into account all work, family, religious and other commitments when you enrol.
The full Attendance Policy is available on the Wattle Masters Program site.
Applying for status
If you wish to apply for status (credit/advanced standing) for courses you have studied at another university, you must complete an Application for Status (PDF 125KB) form and submit it to the Masters Program Adminstrator, along with an official transcript of your previous studies and relevant course descriptions and outlines. You will not be granted status for courses that counted towards a completed degree or award.
If you wish to take time off from your studies then you must apply for Program Leave. If you do not enrol in any courses for a full-year or half-year period (first half of year is Summer, Autumn, Semester 1 sessions, second half of year is Winter, Spring, Semester 2 sessions) then you must apply for Program Leave.
Periods of Program Leave count toward the allocated time you have to complete your program. Failure to apply for Program Leave may result in discontinuation from your program.
Contact ANU Student Administration Services to apply for Program Leave.
Text books & reading bricks
Course outlines on your Wattle sites will describe the text books and 'reading bricks' you need. You can buy text books at the on-campus Coop Bookshop. The ANU College of Law Facilities Services Office distributes reading bricks, after you have paid for them on ISIS.
ISIS is the ANU student system that contains details of your enrolment, fees, payments, results, graduation status etc.
You can make changes to your enrolment (add, drop courses) and update your personal details (such as address) via ISIS. You can also apply for FEE-HELP on ISIS if you are eligible.
Once you are activated in the program the Program Administrator will email your University ID and ISIS password to enable you to log in.
Once you are activated in the program you will be provided with a ANU University email address. It is the your responsibility to check this email address regularly as all correspondence from the University will be sent to this address.
For more information on your ANU email account and how to forward your email to another address please go to ANU Information Services.
Wattle (Web Access To Teaching & Learning Environments) is an online learning environment that provides interactive websites for your courses. Your convenors may provide readings, assessment information and more on your Wattle sites.
Visit the ANU COL Services office for more information about:
- reading bricks ready for purchase on ISIS
- marked assignments ready for collection
- the ANU College of Law Assignment Cover Sheet
- lost property and other services.