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How do I enrol in TEP?

Once you have received your offer into TEP, you can enrol in your units. We have provided a study plan outlining what to enrol in depending on which semester you are commencing. 

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Study Plan

In the Tertiary Enabling Program (TEP), you are required to complete THREE core units and ONE elective. You can choose to study full-time or part-time.

Unit Code

Unit Type

TEP021

Computing for Tertiary Study

Core Unit

TEP022

Academic Language and Learning

Core Unit

TEP023

Foundation Maths

Core Unit

TEP025

Bioscience - Suitable for students wishing to study in areas such as nursing, science, health and fitness.

OR

TEP026

Historical and Contemporary Issues - Suitable for students wishing to study in areas such as education, law, arts and humanities.

Elective Units

 

Choose 1 elective unit.

Fulltime load

Enrol in the THREE core units ( TEP021, TEP022 and TEP023)  and  ONE elective unit (TEP025 or TEP026).

Part-time load

Enrol in TEP021 and TEP022 in your first semester, then in the following semester enrol in TEP023 and ONE of the elective units (TEP025 or TEP026).

If you choose to start with only one unit in your first semester, enrol in TEP021.

How to enrol

You can self-enrol using MyStudentinfo and follow the steps below;

  1. Activate your student account, if you have not already done so.
  2. Refer to the above Study Plan to choose your units.
  3. Follow the instructions in the Enrolment Help Guide to complete your enrolments.

Once enrolled you will need to familiarise yourself with CDU’s online learning portal, LearnLine. 

Taking the time to understand Learnline early on will ease stress when assignments are due. Your units in Learnline will be accessible from the first day of the semester. However, you are able to log on to TEP Central up to 10 business days prior to teaching commencement. TEP Central Learnline offers all week 1 materials for all your units and a number of online workshops that will prepare you for your studies and allow you to hit the ground running at the start of the semester.

If you require additional support, there is a dedicated online hub for students at learnline.cdu.edu.au/support

Class timetable

TEP is offered internally where you attend on campus classes, or externally where all your class interaction takes place online through LearnLine.

Both internal and external students are expected to register for TEP Start / TEP Continue classes held during Week 1 of the semester through the TEP Central LearnLine site.

If you enrol to attend as an internal student, you will also need to confirm your place in each internal class for the semester by registering for unit classes through the TEP Central LearnLine site.

If you enrol as an external student, you are not required to register for online classes for each unit.

Instructions on how to register for your classes will be sent to your student e-mail two weeks prior to the semester commencing and will also be available on the TEP Central Learnline site from two weeks before the start of the semester.

Changes to the class timetables can sometimes occur; we recommend you check your timetable immediately prior to class commencement to confirm times and locations.

Important dates

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Semester 2, 2018

Semester 2, 2018
Applications open Applications are now open for Semester 2, 2018
Applications close10 July 2018
Offer roundsCommence weekly on a Wednesday from 18 April 2018
Final date to enrol27 July 2018
Teaching commences16 July 2018
Census dates17 August 2018
Teaching ends12 October 2018
Revision15-19 October 2018
Exam period22 October - 2 November 2018
Grade release20 November 2018

Summer Semester 2018

Summer Semester, 2018

Applications open 

Applications are now open for Summer Semester  2018

Applications close

30 October 2018

Offer rounds

Commence weekly on a Wednesday from 12 September 2018

Teaching commences

5 November 2018

Final date to enrol

16 November 2018

Census date

30 November 2018

Teaching ends

8 February 2019

Grade release

5 March 2019

Semester 1, 2019

Semester 1, 2019
Applications open Applications are now open for Semester 1 2019
Applications close26 February 2019
Offer roundsCommence weekly on 19 December 2018, then on a Wednesday from 9 January 2019
Teaching commences4 March 2019
Final date to enrol15 march 2019
Census date31 March 2019
Teaching ends31 May 2019
Grade release9 July 2019

Contact our friendly staff at Student Central if you need a hand with your enrolment, study plan, timetable or class registration.

T: 08 8946 7766
T: 1800 061 963 (freecall)
E: student.central@cdu.edu.au

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