Forms and Documents
Find a form or resource relating to your studies in the Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences.
Form Description Timetable clash resolution Use this form to request a resolution to clashes in your timetable, such as a clash between two lectures and no alternative times. Unit overload request Use this form to request enrolment into more than the allowed maximum number of units in a semester (i.e. more than 12 units). Prerequisite waiver request Use this form if you have approval from the course coordinator to enrol without a prerequisite.
Processing of enrolment error forms
In the four weeks before each semester, more than 1000 enrolment error forms are lodged with the faculty office, therefore significant delays are possible. Please allow five working days for your request to be processed, however in peak times this may be extended. Priority is given to requests submitted for the immediate semester.
Please note: The faculty office priority in processing enrolment requests is to enrol students in their chosen courses but, not necessarily, in their chosen classes. As a result you may find that you are not enrolled in your preferred classes or that you have some unwanted timetable clashes.
In a limited number of cases the faculty office may need to move students between classes to resolve timetable clashes for core courses or to manage unexpected changes to class schedules and staff availability. If your enrolment has to be changed you will be notified via email.
If you have been successfully enrolled in your chosen course, this will be shown on your enrolment list in Access Adelaide and you will be notified via email.
It is not possible to satisfy every enrolment request. A number of classes have fixed physical constraints that cannot be exceeded without removing other students. If we are unable to enrol you into your chosen course, you will be notified via email.
Other enrolment forms
Other enrolment forms and information for students Form Description Course add - late For use only when adding courses after the last day to add online. It requires a course coordinator's approval before it can be processed by the faculty office. Non-award study (pdf file) Non-award study is a great way to find out what university study is like as the course does not go towards an award (degree). Non-award students attend lectures and tutorials, and are assessed and examined with students who are completing undergraduate degrees. Please read the non-award study enrolment instructions prior to submitting your application. Course drop: Non-award students (pdf file) Only for non-award students who cannot drop their enrolments themselves. Amendment to enrolment
This form allows most students to request a retrospective change to their enrolment after census and critical dates have passed, to seek either a:
- result change to Withdraw No Fail (WNF); or
- course to be added.
Other forms and information for students Form Description Credit transfer If you have studied at another institution, you may be eligible for credit towards your degree. You will need to ensure that you have an official transcript and course outlines if seeking credit for a specific course. Cross-institutional study This form is required if you want to study a course at another institution. You may need to seek advice from a program advisor prior to completing the form. MBBS non-attendance (years 1 - 3) For non-attendance if you a student in years one, two or three of the Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery program. MBBS non-attendance (years 4 - 6) For non-attendance if you a student in years four, five or six of the Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery program. MBBS banding letters For use by Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery students who need to further explain their non-graded pass to a prospective employer or another university. MBBS good standing letters For use by Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery students who need to present a letter of good standing to a prospective employer or another university.
Taking a break or transferring programs
Thinking about taking a break?
We completely understand there are many reasons for taking a break from study. We strongly recommend that you contact the faculty office first, so that our friendly staff can provide you with accurate information about your options, some great alternatives, and advice on how to return later. You can choose to take a break for six or 12 months.
International students may need to discuss taking a break with International Student Support.
Form Description Leave of absence If you have completed a semester of study and need to take a break, you must complete a leave of absence form. If you are in a clinical program, approval from your program coordinator is required.
How to transfer programs
If you wish to transfer to another program at the University of Adelaide, chat with staff from AskAdelaide and complete an internal transfer application.
How to discontinue your program
Form Description Discontinuation of studies If you no longer wish to continue your studies, you should withdraw from all of your courses via Access Adelaide, taking into account the critical withdrawal dates and then complete this form.
Student policies at the University of Adelaide Policy Description Academic credit arrangements This policy sets out the principles for credit arrangements in coursework academic programs within the University of Adelaide. Academic progress by coursework students This policy applies to all students enrolled in undergraduate and postgraduate coursework programs. Program rules This is a comprehensive handbook of the academic program rules for students enrolled in the faculty. Student-related policies A one-stop-shop for all student-related policies—from assessment and exams, disability, fees and charges, to syllabuses and academic program rules, plus much more.
The faculty's Student Support Centre is the place to go for most questions relating to your study.
Drop in to the faculty office in the Helen Mayo North building (ground floor) between 9.30 am and 4 pm (Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday), and 10.30 am and 4 pm (Wednesday), or make an appointment with a student advisor.