7 Easy steps into UC
Submit your application
To get started, create a myUC account and complete a new application. Your application will include personal information, academic history and your intended study.
myUC is our student portal. It is where you apply each year, add and drop courses, view your transcript and more.
For more information check out our Guide to Enrolment
Receive UC Offer and Enrolment Agreement
If you have met the academic conditions you will receive an Enrolment Agreement. If you have not yet met all the conditions (for example, waiting for your school results), you will receive a Conditional Offer of Place.
If you are waiting on secondary school results, don’t worry! We will receive these directly and will be in touch in January.
Select courses in myUC
From the 1 October, you will be able to add courses to your application in myUC. We recommend you add your courses before the end of the first week in December if you are a new student.
Courses are the ‘papers’ which make up your chosen degree qualification. Each course has a point value and you will be eligible to graduate in your chosen qualification when you have reached the required number of points. A typical first-year workload for a full-time student is 105-120 points (7-8 courses).
Plan your timetable by using the timetable planner to see what your timetable will look like. This is available once courses are open for enrolment.
If you are unsure what courses you should take, that’s ok. Our Liaison Team can help give you advice and help plan with you.
If you are a returning student and need help with course selection, contact your Student Advisor.
Accept your Enrolment Agreement
Once all your conditions have been met, you will receive your Enrolment Agreement. This provides an itemised statement of your chosen courses and payment options.
To accept your Agreement, you need to carefully read the agreement, check your courses, fees and the student declaration. Please follow the instructions on myUC to accept your offer.
The final step to becoming fully enrolled is to pay your fees.
Important: you need to apply to UC and to StudyLink separately.
UC Orientation Day | Herea tō waka (O Day) is the best way to find out what university life has to offer.