All students in undergraduate courses taught by the Discipline of English enrol online via Access Adelaide. Study advice and enrolment plans can be sought through the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences. Secondary school entry scores or other types of entry (mature-age, status granted for work at other universities, or some equivalent recognised experience) are used for entry applications processed by SATAC (South Australian Tertiary Admissions Centre).
Visit The University Contact Centre for this year's enrolment dates and procedures.
Students come to our undergraduate courses from a wide variety of backgrounds and in a range of different ways. Some students are undertaking a Bachelor of Arts degree, but others who are studying undergraduate courses in the Discipline of English may also be:
- Undertaking different undergraduate degree programmes in the University (such as Media, Law or Science).
- A cross-institutional student enrolled in a similar degree at another recognised university in South
- An exchange student, or a fee-paying overseas student.
- A member of the public enrolled through the University's Community Access Program, or as a Non-Award student (Non-Award students are assessed in the same way as other students, Community Access students are not).