FAQ - Enrollment
Please fill in the Advance Standing Record-Credit Letter form and attach your credit letter. We will get it updated as soon as possible.
Re-enrolment period opens from October to November every year. Students are to check on Principal Dates page for re-enrolment period. A broadcast email will be sent out to all students prior to re-enrolment period and a reminder will be sent again during re-enrolment period. Students are highly advised to check their emails periodically.
Yes, enrolment changes can be made on WES directly as long as you have re-enrolled for 2022.
A total of 8 units (48 credit points) need to be enrolled for Semester 1 and Semester 2 of the following year. For students in final year/semester, the total units to enrol depends on the no of units left to complete the required credit points for your graduation.
Please note that B2026 students are required to complete 144 credit points to graduate and B2027 are required to complete 192 credit points to graduate.
If you want to make changes to your enrolled units during week 3 (i.e replace a unit with a different unit), then you will need to do the following:
1. Email unit CE or unit coordinator for consent to enrol to that unit. Unit CE e-mail can be found in the Unit Handbook.
2. Make Late Addition of unit(s) penalty fee of RM100/unit to Finance.
3. Fill in the Late Unit Enrolment form in SORS.
4. Attach email confirmation from unit CE and receipt, then submit the form.
You can enrol for your units through WES.
The re-enrolment Zoom sessions invitations are sent by batches. However, if student cannot make it on the time allocated with valid reason(s), student may join a different session. Student can obtain information on other sessions by emailing to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Re-enrolment period opens from October to November every year. Students are to check on Principal Dates page for re-enrolment period and deadline. A broadcast email will be sent out to all students prior to re-enrolment period and a reminder will be sent again during re-enrolment period. Students are highly advised to check their emails periodically.
During re-enrolment period: Students are highly advised to join the Zoom sessions that EMO organized to get complete information and assistance with re-enrolment. The information for Zoom sessions was sent out through broadcast email to all students.
Other times: Students may arrange for a Zoom consultation session, limited to 15 minutes per student by emailing to email@example.com. Students are to refer to the Unit Schedule, Unit Handbook, Course Map and the broadcast email sent by SOB prior to re-enrolment period for course and unit requirements prior to setting any Zoom session. Students are also required to be ready with a completed DIY Course Map and to send it to EMO at least 24 hours before any Zoom appointments. The DIY Course Map can be obtained here (under Course). Please note that SOB does not accept MonPlan in place of DIY Course Map.
Kindly check with Scholarship Unit on the eligibility for the award.
You may refer to the latest Unit Schedule for the full list of latest units offered.
Yes, as long as you have taken a minimum of 3 first-year level units and you met the prerequisites for the unit as stated in the LATEST unit schedule.
Yes, as long as you have taken a minimum of 2 second-year level units and you met the prerequisites for the unit as stated in the LATEST unit schedule.
Sem 1-4 students: You can change your major/minor directly in WES, as long as you have sufficient space left to change your major/minor. You can make the changes via WES by clicking the Area of Study tab. Students are highly advised not to wait too long to change their major/minor.
Sem 5-6 students: You can contact Ask Mira if you want to change your Major(s)/Minor(s). we will cross-check and ensure that you are on track to complete the requested majors prior to manually changing the majors for you.
No, it means the unit requirement for the major overlaps and you only need to take it once to fulfill the requirement for both majors. This also means you have extra space for elective units.
Yes, the minimum requirement to graduate is one major.
You may contact the respective major/minor's Head of Department (HOD).
Yes you can, while a non-credit internship may enhance your resume, it cannot replace a capstone unit. Students who wish to take a credit bearing internship can enrol in BEW3110 Work experience program.
You need to have completed and earned the 96 credit points. If you are completing the 96 credit points by end of current semester , you need to wait for your result to be released and passed the credits before enrolling in Capstone unit. BEW3110, however, is available on a first come first serve basis.
Not necessarily, you only need to take a Capstone unit, with any of the BEW codes.
Accounting major students from 2022 intake onwards are required to enrol in ACW3900 for your Capstone unit. For pre-2022 intake Accounting students, you have the option to either take any of the Capstone units offered in SOB or a non-credit internship.
An elective unit is an optional unit that contributes to your credit points but that is not part of the compulsory units required in your course outline and major.
For B2026, students may enrol in any elective units offered from any schools within Monash University Malaysia, whereas for B2027, students can only enrol in one-two SOB elective units depending on available elective space.
Some electives have prerequisite or co-requisite requirements, so you may need permission from the managing faculty.
B2026 students can only take a maximum of 8 units in disciplines taught by other Schools as electives.
B2027 students can only take one-two units from School of Business as their elective.
Some electives have prerequisite or co-requisite requirements, so you may need permission from the managing faculty.
B2026 students cannot take a major or minor from another school.
B2026 students will need to achieve 144 credit points whereas B2027 students would need to achieve 192 credit points. Students are responsible to ensure that students met all course requirements including core units, Capstone unit, major/minor units and elective units with these credit points. General Studies are not part of the credit points counted for graduation.
You may refer to the latest unit schedule on the SOB website. You may also cross-check by referring to the heading of your unit schedule (it should be for the latest year you are enrolling for).
You may use the DIY Course Map by downloading it here.
Arts units that you are required to complete can be found in the
A2011 - Bachelor of Digital Media and Communication handbook.
You may refer to the Archived Handbooks.
General Studies (GS) consist of units which are required to be undertaken for every student enrolled in an undergraduate degree either in a Malaysian public or private higher education institution effective October 2013 onwards, as prescribed by the Ministry of Higher Education, Malaysia (MOHE) and Malaysian Qualifications Agency (MQA).
All students are responsible for their own enrolment and management of General Studies. These units can be enrolled and undertaken at any time, any sequence throughout the duration of the course as long as they are completed and passed before graduation.
Please note that GS units are not part of the course - they will not be included in your GPA/WAM calculation or bear credits to your degree.
Students can apply for exemptions, if:
i) You are a local student who has scored a minimum Credit “C” for your SPM Bahasa Melayu (only applicable for MPU3212 National Language A).
ii) You have already completed your GS units at another institution.
Please contact us via Ask Mira with a copy of your transcript showing that you have completed the same GS units in your previous study.
No, general studies are required by MOHE & MQA to graduate in Malaysia but not part of your business degree, could not count towards the 24 units or 144 credit points required for your degree, and does not contribute to your WAM.
You need to enrol using the course code 9410 for General Studies, not B2026/B2027 course code. Try logging out and logging in back into WES.
These units can be enrolled and undertaken at any time, any sequence throughout the duration of the course as long as they are completed and passed before graduation. If you are going for exchange especially for two semesters, you are highly advised to complete the General Studies as soon as you can prior to the exchange.
The University will email you in September, reminding you to re-enrol via WES during the re-enrolment period from October-November. You must re-enrol for both Semester 1 & 2 of the following year. If you plan to take intermission in one semester only, you need to enrol in the other semester.
If you fail to re-enrol during the re-enrolment period, you will no longer considered a student by the University.
Please ask yourself the following questions:
2. Do you have any outstanding debts to the university?
If yes, please clear the debts by reaching out to Finance then try enrolling again in WES. If no, proceed to the below questions.
3. When choosing the units, are you referring to the latest unit schedule as published on SOB website?
(Hint: The heading should be for year 2022)
If no, please refer to the latest unit schedule. If yes, proceed to the below questions.
4. Did you meet the unit prerequisites and course requirements as stated in the latest unit schedule?
If no, please ensure you enrol in the prerequisite first or follow the unit requirement. If yes, please refer below.
5. Did you refer to and follow the semester offering column in the latest unit schedule when enrolling?
If no, please refer to it and make sure you enrol in the correct semester. If yes, please proceed to fill in the Enrolment Amendment Form in SORS.
Note: When filling in the Enrolment Amendment Form, please fill in all details correctly and in the correct rows (e.g. for adding units, fill in the “Added Units” row, NOT the “Discontinued Units” row).
The re-enrolment period is peak season for EMO staff. Please allow us some time to clear all SORS requests and we will appreciate it if students do not immediately proceed to Ask Mira/emails/phone calls to follow up. If you have any questions or concerns with your submitted forms, kindly follow up with us by communicating through the SORS communication log. We will also reply you through the communication log.
You can still change the unit enrolment later.
Yes, students can make changes to their enrolment directly on WES after the re-enrolment period. Therefore, students are highly advised to enrol as soon as possible during the re-enrolment period to avoid the late penalty fee.
Strictly, you can explore equivalent units that meet the requirements of your major. However, if you are concerned about course constraint, you may wish to keep your elective units for exchange.
Students may check for prohibition units (equivalent units) by referring to the Prohibition Units under Requisites in the respective Unit Handbook.
As much as possible, we encourage students to self-check their course progression with the available information and resources provided in the course map guide.
We highly recommend that you take your core units, major and minor units in MUM and keep your electives for exchange. It is your responsibility to match the units by referring to your exchange institution in the Monash Abroad Portal (under the tab Academic Details > Handbook/Catalogue). Students who applied for exchange must do a full-time learning and enrol with a minimum of 3 units per semester (advisable to enrol in electives that match with Monash University Malaysia).
Please also watch all the videos and read the information on the Study Abroad Information Session Page particularly the video related to Study Plan to understand better about your course planning for exchange.
All other general rules on course progression and study plans as per listed in the Unit Schedule and Outlines page and Course Maps page remain the same - please closely refer to these pages when filling in your DIY course map.
Please refer to the rejection message sent in the form for the reason of rejection.
No, you are not required to pay the late enrolment fee. The late enrolment fee is for the students who did not complete their enrolment during the re-enrolment period.
Before the start of semester
You'll be able to log into most unit modules in the week before the start of semester.
To view all available units, try selecting All My Units. Next semester's units may not show in the default view.
If you're still having trouble, contact your Unit Coordinator, as they set the date for student access.
After the start of semester
If you change your enrolment, allow up to 72 hours for the new unit to appear in Moodle.
After the end of semester
Access Moodle from my.monash using the Moodle tile, or log in directly.
Access to unit modules
-All unit modules should be available no later than 5pm on the first day of the teaching period.
-If your unit isn't visible at this time, please contact the eSolutions Service Desk to check your unit has a site and to get access.
You can add a unit in the Web Enrolment System (WES).
To add units to your enrolment:
go to the Enrolment / Re-enrolment section in WES, then into Unit Enrolment
click the To Add Units Click here link at the top of the enrolment form
enter or search for the units you want to enrol in to add them to your enrolment
Click SUBMIT once you’ve finished making changes (if you don’t submit your changes, they won’t be saved).
The last day you can add an:
-on-campus unit is two weeks after the start of semester one or two
-off-campus unit is three days before the start of semester one or two (i.e. Friday before semester starts).
If you're unable to enrol in a unit in WES, submit an Enrolment Amendment Form.
If you add a unit to your enrolment:
-log into Allocate+ to register yourself in activities for this unit.
-allow up to 72 hours for this unit to appear in Moodle (for units added after the start of the semester).
The major/minor will be shown as 'Unconfirmed'/'Nominated' until student is course-completed by Education Management Office at the end of their studies, after which the major/minor will be either changed to 'Completed' or removed from WES if student did not meet the major/minor requirements.
For results in teaching periods affected by the grading and results update, failed units will be withdrawn from your record and any dependent prerequisite units will be removed from your enrolment. For more information, see grading and results update.
The information below applies to all other teaching periods that don’t fall within the grading and results update.
After results release
When your faculty publishes your results in the Web Enrolment System (WES) an automatic update will change Enrolled units to Invalid if you:
- fail a prerequisite or corequisite unit; or
- complete a prohibited unit.
To check what these terms mean, go to the Glossary of Monash University Terms.
It's important at this time to log into WES and:
1. check your unit enrolment
2. remove any INVALID units
3. choose replacement units.
Make sure the replacement unit(s) fit your course map. You can request course advice from the Education Management Office to get help with what choices and options are available to you.
There are four likely reasons:
1. You recently changed units: Unit changes can take up to two hours to display in Allocate+ after submitting them in the Web Enrolment System (WES).
2. You haven't selected the student login: You may have selected the staff, Monash College student or staff tab on the login page.
3. You're not looking at the current Allocate+ site: You may have selected the tab for the wrong year on the Allocate+ login page.
For assistance with timetabling, you may reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org for immediate assistance.
The Monash University Handbook outlines the number of credit points for each unit.
Simply find the unit in the handbook – the number of (credit) points are listed directly under the title.
From 31 July 2020, you'll find information about your units in:
- the Handbook, which provides details on units available for study at Monash University
- Moodle - Monash's Learning Management System (LMS), which is an online space for learning and teaching and provides details on the unit delivery and assessment of units
- Class Timetable, where you can view scheduled teaching activities.