Receiving an offer
A Non-Award offer means that you can only enrol in the first course, LAWS8167, on a probationary basis. You will not be eligible for FEE-HELP. On successful completion of LAWS8167 you can complete the rest of the Program as an Award Student, and you may be eligible for FEE-HELP.
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 02 6125 8124.
Wattle stands for Web Access to Teaching and Learning Environment. When your Course begins, you will meet teachers and fellow students online in Courses that appear in Wattle. Course material, resources, discussion forums, calendars, quizzes and online activities will all be delivered through Wattle. There are quick access links to Wattle throughout this website. For Wattle problems:
E: email@example.com Mon-Fri 9am - 5pm
T: 1300 544 894 Mon-Fri 8am - 10pm, Sat - Sun 9am - 5pm
ISIS stands for 'Interactive Student Information System'. You will need ISIS to enrol in the Program.
You will use ISIS to update your address details, to register or change your enrolment, and to change your password. You should always check ISIS the day after you change your enrolment to ensure that your enrolment record and customer accounts details have been updated correctly.
For ISIS problems:
T: 02 6125 5467
If you're offered a place in the Program but find that you can't begin studying in the session for which you applied, accept the online offer for the original term. Then send a request for the later term to firstname.lastname@example.org. We'll contact you closer to your preferred starting date.
If you can't start in the same year as the original date you applied for, you will need to re-apply in the year that you want to begin your studies.
You cannot apply for FEE-HELP until after you have enrolled in your Course/s BUT you must apply for FEE-HELP before the Census date of the Course/s.
Online/blended teaching mode
During each 10 week Course, you may be offered up to two weekends of face to face teaching, giving you the opportunity to meet your expert practitioner teachers, and your fellow students. Details about these face to face classes will be posted once your Courses begin.
We strongly recommend that you attend, if you can.
Every student must have an ANU Student Card. You will need this card to identify yourself at the invigilated (supervised) exam or assessment in each Course in the Program. Apply for an ANU student card (pdf 50KB)
Applying for FEE-HELP
You cannot apply for FEE-HELP until after you have enrolled in your Course/s BUT you must apply for FEE-HELP before the Census date of the Course/s
To apply for FEE-HELP, log in to ISIS as an enrolled student and complete the online e-CAF form (electronic Commonwealth Awards Form)
Read more about the Federal Government postgraduate loan scheme FEE-HELP
Census Dates are the last day that you can:
- Pay your upfront tuition fees
- Drop Courses without financial penalty
- Apply for Program Leave (defer a Course for longer than 6 months)
- Withdraw from the Program without financial penalty
The Census Dates for 2013 are:
- Summer Session: 22 February 2013
- Autumn Session: 7 June 2013
- Winter Session: 20 September 2013