• Continuing students re-enrolment

Continuing Students Re-Enrolment

Welcome back to MIT! It’s time to begin the next phase in your academic journey and enrol as a continuing student. Let’s get to it!

This is a step-by-step guide on how to enrol for all continuing students here at MIT. If you’re a new student, the process is a little different. Learn how to enrol as a new student.

Follow the steps below to enrol as a continuing student:

Students receive an invoice via e-mail approximately 4 weeks prior to class commencement. If you plan to secure your early enrolment and are unsure of your tuition fee amount, please contact the Finance Department.

Students are required to pay their tuition fee in order to enrol. Students who are eligible to defer their tuition fee through FEE-HELP are not required to pay up-front

To pay your tuition fees, log on to AMS using your username and password. (https://online.mit.edu.au/ams/).

If you have not paid your fees in full, you can apply for an instalment plan online in AMS.

Contact the Finance Department. if you require further assistance.

If you cannot login to AMS, the likely reasons are your password is expired or account is locked. Please go to https://passwordreset.mit.edu.au to reset/unlock your account. If you still cannot login, please contact the IT Service Desk.

Complete the following steps to re-enrol online via AMS.

  • Click on “Online Enrolment” and complete your enrolment checklist.
  • Click on add unit and select unit/s that you are enrolling in and Click “Process Enrolment”.

If you are blocked from re-enrolment, a possible reason can be:

  1. Your COE has expired or will be expiring soon. If this is the case, you will need to complete the ‘Extension of COE form’ (including date and signature) and email to our Records and Enrolment Officers for further instructions; and/or
  2. You will need to see your Course Coordinator for an academic intervention plan prior to re-enrolment.
  3. You have not paid your fees in full or do not have an approved payment plan.

Contact our Records and Enrolment Officers if you require further assistance.

Once Step 2 is completed, click on the “Create timetable” yellow tab and select suitable classes (Lecture/Lab/Tutorial) before processing your timetable.

You are now successfully re-enrolled!

If you already selected your timetable, but there is no ‘Process’ button to click, it is because your ‘Enrolment Checklist’ has not been updated. The link of ‘Enrolment Checklist” is on the top of your timetable in the yellow tab.

Contact our Records and Enrolment Officers if you require assistance.

If you wish to request changes to your existing enrolment such as swapping unit/s of study or increasing / reducing your study load, you need to submit an ‘Enrolment Amendment’ Form online by selecting the ‘Enrolment Amendment’ yellow tab in AMS.

Contact our Records and Enrolment Officers if you require assistance.

Contacts for current students are found here.

MIT ensures students know which dates during trimester will be most important to their studies by publishing the “Academic Calendar” in the Academic Management System (AMS) for the year ahead. These dates are primarily about:

  • Trimester commencement dates, including Orientation, and Week 1 of classes;
  • Enrolment periods for students;
  • The last day to change your enrolment due to pre-requisites and / or timetable clash
  • The last day to withdraw or take a leave of studies without academic or financial penalty;
  • Census dates each trimester
  • Teaching Weeks
  • Examination Periods
  • Break Period and Public Holidays

Census dates are important dates in the Academic Calendar (one per intake) that stipulate the final date to make any changes to a students’ course without incurring a financial penalty, and without reference on a students’ records.

Domestic

The Census date is the last date for a Domestic Student to withdraw from units, defer trimester, or withdraw from their course without incurring a FEE-HELP payment liability. This gives the student time to see if they like the course before deciding to withdraw or leave.

International

The Census date is the last date for International students to withdraw from their current trimester. For more information, please refer to the ‘Important dates’ tab above and the refund policy.

Our support services continue to be made available on campus, and over the phone. Our Libraries, Centre of Learning, Student Counselling and Advocacy, Industry Liaison, Careers and Alumni Services and 1:1 consultation with Academics remain available to students who are able and safe to attend the campus. We have also introduced more flexible methods of support via online forums, live chats and support calls. We feel this is important to provide our students with the support they need during this time of change.

Students are encouraged to contact the Student Counsellor and Advocacy Officers for support, advice and guidance relating to, study loads, deferments and personal counselling. Support plans are being handled on a case by case basis.