Enrol now for Semester 2
Why study with us?
Our students experience a unique approach to critical engagement with Christian theological traditions through an ecumenical lens.
Discover the exciting opportunities for study available at each of our Colleges this semester.
From units on Theology through Indigenous Eyes, to Thinking otherwise (Feminist Theologies), to Coptic Art and Iconography, to Foundations for Christian Spirituality; there is something for everyone this Semester.
How do I enrol for Semester 2?
Browse the units available on at each of our College’s by visiting their websites and viewing the timetables. Don’t forget you can take units at your home College as well as at any of our other Colleges, so long as they are appropriate to your course of study.
Make an appointment to discuss your unit selection with the Course Advisor at your home College. Course advisors are there to help you make your student experience an enjoyable one and make sure that each unit you’ve selected will suit your needs, and your chosen course of study! Give them a call or make an appointment today.
Download and fill out the relevent re-enrolment form from the University of Divinity website if you are already a student and wish to continue studying in Semester 2.
If you are a new student to the University, read our how to enrol guide, and then fill out the relevant admission form.
Student tuition fees for each unit must be paid in full prior to the commencement of the unit.
For upfront fee paying students
The University accepts payment by Credit Card (Visa or MasterCard, no surcharge) and BPAY payment. Payment instructions can be found on the second page of the Statement/Invoice, provided by your College Registrar.
For FEE-Help students
Your FEE-Help liability is confirmed at the Census Date for the unit which commences first. For units commencing on 30 July, the census date is 21 August. Any changes to enrolments must be confirmed by the Census Date. If you have any questions concerning FEE-Help, please contact Nooi Chang, or call (03) 9853 3177.
What happens if I don’t pay my fees on time?
If you do not pay your fees to the University as per the Fees Policy, the University will discontinue your enrolment. You will not be authorised to attend classes, use libraries, receive supervision, receive results or re-enrol.
If you have any questions concerning the payment of fees, please contact Jason Gu or call (03) 9853 3177.