Student Services Places Request Form | Law

Student Services Places Request Form

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ATTENTION: This form will be available at 9am, Wednesday 18 April and closes 12noon, Monday 30 April 2018. Any remaining SSPs will be available for open enrolment from 10am, Tuesday 1 May 2018. Students waiting for an outcome will be notified prior to this. Please do not submit duplicate requests as this will delay the process. Thank you for your patience and understanding.

This form is only available for approximately two weeks from the commencement of the enrolment period. Before submitting your application please ensure you have read the Law Reserved Places Enrolment Policy and noted the following important information:

  1. This form is to be used by Undergraduate and JD students who would like to request a Student Services Place (SSP) in a course. Applications cannot be submitted prior to your enrolment appointment. Any applications submitted prior to your enrolment appointment will be rejected and you will need to apply again.
  2. Please note that JD students can only enrol into JURD courses and LLB students can only enrol into LAWS courses.
  3. Work commitments are NOT considered in the allocation of SSP.
  4. All decisions are final. You are required to lodge a new SSP application if you wish to be swap classes or be reconsidered (i.e. if more supporting documentation is required).
  5. If a class is full, Student Services may enrol students into another class within the same course. 
  6. SSPs are released at the discretion of the Student Services Team Leads and applications must include the following Supporting Documentation as a single PDF file:

 

CategorySupporting Documentation

Final semester/year undergraduate students for whom it is the last opportunity to enrol in an elective

Note: You will only be considered as a final year student if you have 48 UOC or less remaining in the program.

- Current Academic Statement, and

- Progression Check, and

- Study Plan - a word doc or PDF with your remaining courses planned by semester or term

Final semester/year JD students for whom it is the last opportunity to enrol in an elective

Note: You will only be considered as a final year student if you have 48 UOC or less remaining in the program.

- Current Academic Statement, and

- Study Plan - a word doc or PDF with your remaining courses planned by semester or term

Final semester/year undergraduate students who must do a core course as it is their final opportunity to do so before they complete their degree

Note: You will only be considered as a final year student if you have 48 UOC or less remaining in the program.

- Current Academic Statement, and

- Progression Check, and

- Study Plan a word doc or PDF with your remaining courses planned by semester or term

Final semester/year JD students who must do a core course as it is their final opportunity to do so before they complete their degree

Note: You will only be considered as a final year student if you have 48 UOC or less remaining in the program.

- Current Academic Statement, and

- Study Plan - a word doc or PDF with your remaining courses planned by semester or term

Students who have transferred from another university with approved credit transfer and wish to take core courses out of sequence.

Note: You will only be considered if it is not possible for you to enrol in an alternative course due to pre-requisites

- Current Academic Statement, and

- Progression Check, and

- Study Plan - a word doc or PDF with your remaining courses planned by semester or term

Students who have completed non-Law exchange and wish to take core courses out of sequence.

Note: You will only be considered if it is not possible for you to enrol in an alternative course due to pre-requisites

- Current Academic Statement, and

- Study Plan - a word doc or PDF with your remaining courses planned by semester or term

Students who have been on program leave and wish to take core courses out of sequence.  

Note: You will only be considered if it is not possible for you to enrol in an alternative core course due to pre-requisites

- Current Academic Statement, and

- Proof of approved program leave, and
- Study Plan - a word doc or PDF with your remaining courses planned by semester or term

Students in certain programs (e.g. 4707) where the study plans state that they have to take some core courses out of sync

- Current Academic Statement, and

- Progression Plan for your program from the Law Enrolment website

Students with supporting documentation from Disability Services (previously known as SEADU) which outlines the need to be enrolled in certain class times because of a medical condition

- Current Academic Statement, and

- Letter of Support from Disability Services

Students on Academic Standing less than Good who have been advised by their Academic Advisor to enrol in School-consent courses

- Current Academic Statement, and

- Written confirmation from your Academic Advisor

Scientia Students and JD students awarded the JD Scholarship for Academic Excellence who need to be enrolled in certain classes because of other university commitments

- Current Academic Statement, and

- Verification of your scholarship status

Students in the Elite Athletes, Perfomers and Leaders (EAPL) Program and/or who are awarded Sport Scholarships and who need to avoid certain class times because of training and other compulsory EAPL requirements

- Current Academic Statement, and

- Verification from the UNSW EAPL Office

Please note: Applications for Progression Check should be submitted between now and 26 April 2018 to ensure enough time for turnaround prior to the S2 2018 Law Enrolment Period.  Applications made during the enrolment period may take longer to process.

Please complete ALL sections below. Your request will not be considered unless all fields are completed correctly and you have provided appropriate documentations. Any questions regarding this form should be submitted to law@unsw.edu.au.  

Please be patient while we consider your request. The anticipated response time is up to 5 working days. Please refrain from emailing us for an outcome as this may delay the processing time.

An email will be sent to your UNSW email address when a decision is made. Applicatons that have been declined will not be re-assessed. Please lodge another application to be re-considered.