Exceed enrolment limit

There is a maximum number of points you can enrol in each semester and each year. For more information, please visit the How many courses to enrol in page.

How to avoid reaching your enrolment limit

Your enrolment should not exceed this limit:

  • In your first year of study, your recommended full-time workload is 120 points. In most programmes, this will be eight 15-point courses. You are unlikely to have a concession approved for anything beyond 120 points in you first year of study (unless you are in a conjoint)
  • If you are taking a conjoint degree, you will need to take 135 points each year to complete your programme in the minimum timeframe.

Applying for a concession

We advise you not to take on a heavier workload and your ability to take on extra study will be considered based on your previous record of success.

The higher your GPA is the more likely your application will be approved; you need a GPA of 5.5 (B to B+ average) from your most recent year of study.

Your application will be considered by the relevant faculty Programme Adviser, and you will be notified via email of the outcome.

For more information see How to apply for an enrolment concession.

For more help

If you need more help, you can: