To be recognised as a current student, you must enrol at the beginning of your course and then re-enrol every year for the duration of your course.
If you are commencing a course in 2021, you do not need to re-enrol. Visit the Get Started at Melbourne to complete your enrolment and review additional information relevant to the Melbourne Law Masters program.
When to re-enrol
- Mon 23 Nov - Tues 15 Dec 2020
Timely re-enrolment period
The 2021 Handbook will be available on 23 November. Please refer to your course entry (under ‘Course Structure’) for the list of approved subjects.
In order to remain admitted to your course, you must be enrolled in at least one subject in each half-year period (Jan–Jun and Jul–Dec) or be on a Leave of Absence.
Requirements for student visa holders
As a student visa holder you need to ensure that you meet the requirements of your student visa.
- Wed 16 Dec - Mon 11 Jan 2021 (11.59pm)
Late re-enrolment period
How to enrol in subjects
Step 1 - Select your subjects
Subject selection is an important step in your enrolment process that requires careful planning and consideration. Refer to the Handbook for the list of approved subjects for your course, taking note of the assessment due dates, and teaching dates, to ensure that there are no clashes with your other subjects.
Step 2 - Review subject availability
As a guide to assist you, the subject quotas webpage will be updated frequently, indicating which subjects are full and available for waitlisting.
Step 3 - Enrol via my.unimelb
Once you’ve decided on your subjects, you can select and enrol into them via your Study Plan on my.unimelb. Students can maintain their own subject enrolment via my.unimelb up until the last date to self-enrol for each subject (see relevant subject entry in Handbook for dates).
Tip: When completing your subject enrolment, your subjects should display on your Study Plan with a status of ‘Enrolled’ and be highlighted in green. If not, then you have not completed and saved your enrolment properly.
IMPORTANT: All subjects in the Melbourne Law Masters program have a strict quota, and enrolment is on first-in basis. If you are unable to enrol in a subject, it may mean that:
- You do not meet a prerequisite, as outlined in the Handbook (under Eligibility and Requirements). Waivers may be available.
- The subject is already fully subscribed. Waitlists are maintained by the Academic Support Office.
- The last date to self-enrol has passed (check the Handbook subject entry for this information). The Academic Support Office can assist with manual enrolment.
Please note that Melbourne Law School may reserve places in a subject for incoming international cohorts or where a subject is core to a specialisation with limited alternate options.
Subjects by application
Some subjects are available by application only.
- Independent Legal Research (available to students undertaking courses in Sports Law or Human Rights Law specialisations, please email your student ID to the Law School's Academic Support Office to express your interest)
- International Legal Internship
- Minor Thesis (Master of Laws students only)
- Study Abroad at Oxford (Master of Tax, Master of International Tax and Master of Laws students only)
The Melbourne Law Masters program offers a number of professional overview subjects that provide an introduction to key legal areas. These subjects are not available for academic credit in the Melbourne Law Masters program.