Offers and enrolments

Single subject study

You'll receive an offer email from the University with instructions about how to accept your offer and enrol in your course online. You'll need to do this by the specified due dates set out in the offer email.

Be aware that single subject/CAP students are ineligible for a deferral or leave of absence. If you want to defer your commencement or take a break from your studies, you'll need to reapply when you're ready to commence or resume studying.

Accept your offer

To accept your offer, you'll need to follow the ‘how to accept this offer’ information in your offer email.

Accept your offer

International applicants

Enrolling in single subjects is conditional on having the right visa from the  Department of Home Affairs.

If you hold an Australian visa, please check whether undertaking single subject CAP study does not violate your current Australian visa conditions.

You can check your visa entitlements through Visa Entitlement Verification Online (VEVO). If you have concerns, contact Student Visa Support

You can also engage the services of a registered migration agent. Fees for their service will apply.

Enrol with Melbourne

To enrol with Melbourne, go to Get Started at Melbourne.

You can log in to your student account at any time to read emails, manage your enrolment, view your timetable, exams, results, fees and more.

You may also need to:

Withdrawing and refunds

You're eligible for a full refund of tuition fees if you discontinue your single subject/CAP enrolment on or before the census dates. You're not eligible for a refund for any subject where the census date has already passed.

Continuing single subject study

If you wish to continue your CAP studies and complete further subjects in future intakes you will need to submit a new online application for those subjects. You will be able to enrol in additional CAP subjects only after your new application has been assessed and an offer has been issued.

Support services

As a student you can access the University's support services, facilities, libraries and social events.

You can also get in touch with our support team at Stop 1 any time for help and advice relating to your studies, personal issues, special consideration and more.

You can also make the most of your time at Melbourne by getting involved in the University community, from volunteering to joining a student club.

See Get Started at Melbourne to find out how you can get involved.

Getting ready for study

Now you're enrolled at Melbourne, it's time to start planning for your studies. Tips on how to find accommodation, access student services and explore what campus life has to offer.

Find out more