Art & Design Welcome www.artdes.monash.edu.au
Outcomes and Key Themes • Transition to university study • Your course structure • Choosing your electives • Enrolling on-line • Key themes • 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: 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) 9. Timetable 10. Tutorials – Allocate + 11. Reading lists, unit guides, equipment list, and books 12. Changing your enrolment.
Computer access You must organise your Monash computer account Log in to ITS Authcate page, at http://www.monash.edu.au/students/computer/ and select “Register for a new account”.
Computer access You will then go to another screen, where you get a username and password. Type in your Monash ID or VTAC number in the box on this screen and then press “continue”.
Understanding your enrolment What is a semester? What is a unit? What are credit points? What do the unit codes mean? TAD1203
Your course structure • There are 5 common core units in the Bachelor of Fine Art and Bachelor of Visual Arts in the first year: • Drawing 1B (6 points) • Introduction to art and design health and safety (6 points) • Introduction to visual language (6 points) • Drawing 2B (6 points) • Modernism and the avantgardes (6 points)
Fine Art - Glass Bachelor of Fine Art
Fine Art – Metals & Jewellery Bachelor of Fine Art
Fine Art - Painting Bachelor of Fine Art
Fine Art - Photomedia Bachelor of Fine Art
Fine Art - Printmedia Bachelor of Fine Art
Fine Art - Sculpture Bachelor of Fine Art
Visual Arts Bachelor of Visual Arts
Electives – areas of study Departments and their major areas of study Design – interdisciplinary design, industrial design, interior architecture and visual communication Multimedia & Digital Arts - multimedia, multimedia design, digital arts and digital imaging Fine Arts – ceramics, drawing, glass, metals & jewellery, painting, photomedia, printmedia, sculpture and tapestry Theory of Art & Design – theory and visual culture
Choosing electives • 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: • Go to www.artdes.monash.edu.au/students/enrolment/electives.html • You can find out what units are offered each year by accessing the Unit information sections of the Undergraduate handbook: • Go to www.monash.edu.au/pubs/handbooks/
Advanced standing (credit) • Pick-up/complete an Application for Advanced Standing • You can only apply for advanced standing once. • Maximum advanced standing given for a 3 year degree: • 1½ years (72 points) • Maximum advanced standing given for 4 year degree: • 2 years (96 points) • Speak with a course adviser, either today or on enrolment day.
Web Enrolment System How to enrol on-line
Web Enrolment System • What you can do in the WES • Update contact details • Complete Enrolment questionnaire • Complete CSP HECS-HELP application form • Unit enrolment • You can also: • View your Fee Invoice • View your Commonwealth Assistance Notice (CAN) • View your results • Register to receive your results via SMS • Print/view your unofficial academic record • Check your exam timetable • Receive important messages and updates
Web Enrolment System • 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. • The Art & Design enrolment website includes WES information – so take a look • WES flyer! Pick up a copy today or download from the Art & Design enrolment website • Log in at: https://my-wes.its.monash.edu.au/wes/ • (there are links to this on our enrolment website!)
Web Enrolment System Log into WES: Enter your username, password and date of birth or postcode
Web Enrolment System • Once you are logged in… • Click on the ‘enrolment’ link • Complete each module in order: • Contact details • Enrolment questionnaire • CSP HECS-HELP application • Unit enrolment (don’t forget to enrol for BOTH semesters)
Web Enrolment System 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
Web Enrolment System How do you know it has worked? • A ‘transaction number’ will appear on your screen every time you make a change or complete a module. Be sure to record your transaction number for future reference. • Enrolment Questionnaire: Transaction numbers will start with 'Q' followed by a 9 digit number. • CSP/HECS-HELP: Transaction numbers will start with 'Cpre' or 'Cnew' followed by a 9 digit number. • Unit enrolment: Transaction numbers will start with 'U' followed by a 9 digit number. • You will also receive an email in your student account with the on what you did information every time you make a change or complete a module.
Need Help? • Visit the Art & Design enrolment website: • www.artdes.monash.edu.au/sas/students/enrolment/preenrolment.html • Visit the WES website: • www.adm.monash.edu.au/enrolments/wes/wes.html • IMPORTANT: don’t forget to enrol for both semesters
Problems? What if I cannot enrol via the WES? You will be assisted on your enrolment day (this will take longer than if you enrolled via the WES).
Attend your enrolment day • Bring with you: • VTAC offer letter • A copy of the 3 emails sent to your student email account that show you have completed via the WES your: • CSP HECS-HELP (for CSP students) application • Enrolment Questionnaire (for all students) • Details of your unit Enrolment
What happens at Enrolment? • On enrolment day you will: • Receive more course advice if you need it • Confirm your on-line enrolment • (or complete the manual enrolment processes if required) • Have your picture taken for your Monash ID card
Good Luck! Remember: We are here to help – just ask