I was absent from class but I have a valid reason. How do I justify my absence in the attendance system? Students who missed classes with a valid reason (e.g. due to medical reasons) are required to provide a copy of the relevant supporting document(s) to the unit lecturer/tutor and firstname.lastname@example.org. Students should keep the original document(s) for record purposes.
What is the minimum Weighted Average Mark (WAM) required to enroll in the School of Arts & Social Sciences? (i) If you are switching from one Bachelor’s degree to another (within Monash Malaysia) – WAM60 (ii) If you are moving from a Diploma of Higher Education Studies to a Bachelor’s degree – WAM50
I have completed my DHES - am I automatically transferred on to the Bachelor’s Degree course? No. To progress to the degree, you are required to do the following: Step 1: Fill up the Internal Course Transfer Form. International students are required to go to the International Student Pass office to obtain a checklist and attach it to their applications. Step 2: Print out your unofficial transcript results from WES Step 3: Submit the documents to the relevant School‘s Course Management Office by the stipulated deadline.
What is the step-by-step procedure to enrol in my units? Step 1: Log in to WES Step 2: Once you have logged in, click on the ‘Enrolment / Re-enrolment’ link to begin Step 3: Read the student acknowledgements, agreement, and consent carefully. Then, click ‘I Agree’ Step 4: Click on ‘Unit Enrolment’ Step 5: To add and search for units, click on ‘To Add Units Click Here’. You can search by entering the unit code and then clicking ‘Search Now’ Step 6: Choose from the search results by ticking on the units you intend to be enrolled into and click ‘Add selected unit(s) to enrolment form’. This will create a list of pending units. Repeat this until you have added all your units for the entire year. Step 7: Once you have a full year of units, make sure you click the ‘SUBMIT ENROLMENT’ button Step 8: Once successfully enrolled, you will receive an e-message reading, ‘Submission successful’, with a transaction number beginning with ‘U’
How do I discontinue a unit (within the add/drop period)? Step 1: Log in to WES Step 2: Once you have logged in, click on the ‘Enrolment / Re-enrolment’ link to begin Step 3: Read the student acknowledgements, agreement and consent carefully. Then, click ‘I Agree’ Step 4: Click on ‘Unit Enrolment’ Step 5: To discontinue from a unit(s), click ‘Remove’ by the unit code Step 6: Click the ‘SUBMIT ENROLMENT’ button to confirm discontinuation
I wish to change a unit this semester, but the add/drop period has been closed. How do I change my unit after the census date? There will be a penalty for those who wish to enrol after the add/drop period. Kindly visit the Course Management Office to fill in the ‘late enrolment’ form. Before you do this, you are required to seek permission from the unit coordinator. If the lecturer approves, kindly make the necessary payment at the Finance Department. Afterwards, you should submit the form and a receipt to the Course Management Office.
I am interested to apply for the Monash Exchange Program. Where can I find more information on this? (Note: When you go for exchange you get to experience studying abroad. Your enrolment in Monash Malaysia will remain unchanged and your tuition fees will be charged in Malaysian ringgit.)
How do I allocate into a chosen lecture/tutorial slot on Allocate+? You are required to select a preferred lecture and/or tutorial slot via Allocate+.
Step 1: Log in to Allocate+ via https://allocate.timetable.monash.edu/ Step 2: Select your preferred slot by clicking ‘Select’ (blue). (a) This will then read ‘Allocated’ (green) if you are successful. (b) If the lecture and/or tutorial slots read ‘Full’ (red) or ‘Clash’ (red), then you will not able to select the preferred slot.
Step 3: If step 2(b) applies to you, please visit the Course Management Office immediately.
Your attendance will be generated based on the slots you have selected.
If I have already been automatically allocated to a class slot, can I change my lecture/tutorial slots? Yes, you may under these two circumstances: (i) If the class CLASHES with other units. If an elective unit clashes with your core units, please give priority to your core units. Replace the elective with another unit that does not clash with your core units.
*Note: If the only tutorial class with seats available clashes with other classes and the only ones you can attend are full, do contact the lecturer/tutor and provide a screenshot of the timetable issue. Kindly request via email that the lecturer/tutor grants you the permission to be allocated into the ‘full’ class, and then forward the confirmation email to the CMO.
(ii) All the classes are FULL and you are not able to allocate into any given time slot.
E.g.: During Orientation Week/week 1, the school works closely with the timetable system team to add seats to classes, due to unexpected surges in enrolment. Please monitor your timetable on a regular basis, and allocate your tutorial slot once seats become available.
If you face the above issues, please visit the SASS Course Management Office or email us at email@example.com
I live very far from the university and I have an extracurricular activity to attend. Can I switch my allocated class to another slot? No. This will only seem possible in the circumstances outlined above, in Question 3.
To be eligible to enrol in AMU3744, you must meet these requirements:
(i) You must attend the Workplace Internship Briefing conducted by the course coordinator (ii) You must have completed at least two units at second year level at the time of enrolment (iii) You must NOT be in the final semester of your course (iv) You must be enrolled in an Arts course