Enrolment & Study Plans

Enrolment | Study Plans | Advanced Standing (Credit) | Cross Institutional Study | Assignment Submission | Academic Progress


Enrolment

Please contact our student support staff for assistance if you have any queries or issues enrolling or completing your study plan.

Students should enrol using their eStudent portal. For help navigating your eStudent, please refer to the Enrolments website and the eStudent Enrolment Guide (PDF 802KB)


Study Plans

The following study plans are designed to assist you in planning your degree. All planners are blank, allowing you to fill in the gaps according to what you are studying.

Please note that is your responsibility to check the rules or course structure of your degree available at Courses & Units.

Visit the Faculty of Law - Information for Students page for Law course planners.


Advanced Standing (Credit)

Advanced Standing is the recognition of prior studies, from either another institution or another course at this University, that may count towards the requirements for the degree you are applying for at the University of Tasmania. Students can apply for Advanced Standing (or credit) by submitting an:

For information about specific credit and articulation arrangements for the course that you are studying, please refer to the “Entry Requirements” tab on your course web page in the Courses & Units website.

For general information about applying for Advanced Standing and the documents that you are required to submit with your application, please refer to the University information about Recognition for Prior Learning.


Cross Institutional Study

The College of Arts and Law supports you making the most of the opportunities available to you in your studies with us. Cross institutional study is a great option to study units at another university that are not available at UTAS. These units can count towards your UTAS degree as advanced standing. We also welcome students from other institutions studying our units.

Please contact student support staff for more information about specific units you are interested in. If units have not been previously approved, you may need to obtain unit outlines from the other institution for assessment.

There is more information available for both UTAS students and external students at Enrolments, including application forms and guidelines.


Assignment Submission

Please refer to your unit outline available in MyLO for the specific assignment submission instructions, deadlines, process for applying for an extension and policy regarding calculation of late penalties that are applicable in that specific unit.

Assignment submission If you are unable to submit your assignment online please contact your unit coordinator to make alternative submission arrangements. In most cases, assignments submitted by post to the unit coordinator will be accepted as having been submitted on the date that they were sent (provided that the envelope is clearly post-marked as evidence).

Online Study (Off-campus or Distance Education) Information regarding assignment submission for units studied either wholly online or via correspondence will also be included in your unit outline. If you have specific queries about assignment submission that are not answered by your unit outline please contact your tutor, unit coordinator, or College of Arts and Law - Online Study.

Assignment extension forms Depending on the instructions in your unit outline you may or may not be required to submit an application for extension form. If required, please complete and submit the:

Submission of Late Assignment There may be a penalty for late submission of assignments without an approved extension. For more information, see the:


Academic Progress

Immediately following the approval of the end-of-year examination results a review of the academic performance of each student enrolled in an award program takes place.

Students who fail a given percentage of their total enrolment or those who have failed the same unit for a second time are the subject of special review. Academic Progress Review (APR) involves an assessment of all students' results and the identification of those students who are experiencing issues with their academic progress in a given semester. The outcome of this review may result in a decision about the status of your enrolment.