Welcome Outcomes and key themes Transition to university study Your course structure Choosing your electives Enrolling online Taking responsibility for your learning Seeking help when you need it Getting involved I’m in Monash Art & Design What now? Twelve steps of enrolment
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1. Accepting your offer
2. Registration for your computer access
3. Find out about your course structure
4. Choosing elective units for course structure which permit this option
5. Complete your enrolment via the WES
6. Attend enrolment
7. Get your Student ID card
8. Fees (no payment on the day)
10. Tutorials – Allocate +
11. Reading lists, unit guides, equipment list, and books
12. Changing your enrolment.
You must organise your Monash computer account.
To do this, go to:
‘Register for a new account’
What is a semester?
What is a unit?
What are credit points?
What do the unit codes mean?
There are 5 common core units for all Bachelor of Design (Visual Communication), Bachelor of Industrial Design, Bachelor of Interior Architecture and Bachelor of Multimedia & Digital Arts students in first year:
Departments and their major areas of study
Depending on your course structure, you may be able to select an elective from a range of units available within the faculty and the university
To view elective units that are available from the faculty:
You can find out what units are offered each year by accessing the Unit information sections of the Undergraduate handbook:
Complete an Application for Credit
You can only apply for credit once
Maximum advanced standing given for a 3 year degree:
2 years (72 points)
Speak with a course adviser, either today or on enrolment day.
How to enrol online
What you can do in the WES
You can also:
How do I use the WES?
The WES is just like internet banking – you do each step in order before you go on to the next section.
Log in at:
(there are links to this on our enrolment website!)
Once you are logged in…
Enrolment Declaration – your electronic signature
By agreeing you are agreeing to use and check your student email account regularly – you should check it at least once a week
IMPORTANT: don’t forget to enrol for both semesters
What if I cannot enrol via the WES?
You will be assisted on your enrolment day
Bring with you:
On enrolment day you will:
Wednesday 25 February
Monday 2 March – Friday 6 March
Put these dates in your diary now
You will need to be available from
8am – 4pm every day
we are here to help
– just ask!