Get back on track or get ahead with Session 3

Studied fewer units this year because of COVID?

Keen to finish your studies and graduate?

Session 3 is your chance to catch up or get ahead.

How it works

You can study one or two units over summer and have those units ticked off your study plan before Session 1 2022 even starts.

Session 3 is taught in a “condensed mode” so the session runs over a shorter period but you study the same amount of content as you would in a normal session. You’ll just have more classes/content in a week per unit than in a normal session (that’s how you fit it all in – condensed style!).

And this year there’s more!

We know COVID hit some of you hard so we’re offering more units in Session 3. We want to help you achieve your educational goals and for some of you, Session 3 will be just what you need to get back on track or get ahead.

The details

Session 3 runs from 29 November 2021 to 23 January 2022. Offered units fall in two main groups. The two groups have different delivery dates, with the key difference being the number of teaching weeks, the recess and exam periods, so make sure you check the dates below for the units you want to enrol in.

Further details on each unit can be found in the Handbook.

Class Formats

Group 1 units

Students are expected to attend the classes for which they are registered in timetable, eg. day, block etc

Group 2 units

Instead of a lecture/tutorial format, classes will be taught in small groups. Students are expected to attend three to seven (depending on the unit) live-stream online and/or face-to-face seminar type lessons each week over six weeks and actively participate to complete interactive class tasks and individual activities in small classes. This also means that when you register, you are registering for all classes within the stream that you choose. For example, if you choose "Seminar 1", you need to attend all classes within that stream to access all class materials and assessment information.

Please also note that you will need to be available to attend classes during the S3 recess period from 20 December to 24 December and during the exam period from 17 January to 21 January.

Key dates

Enrolment and class registration will be open on 4 November 2021.

Group 1 :  5 teaching weeks with a mid session recess from 20 December to 3 January

Group 2 :  6 teaching weeks with a mid session recess from 27 December to 3 January

Session 3 study dates

Group 1 units

Group 2 units

Study Period Start

29/11/2021

29/11/2021

Last Enrolment

12/12/2021

12/12/2021

Teaching Census

13/12/2021

13/12/2021

Last Withdrawal Without Fail

20/12/2021

20/12/2021

Recess Start

20/12/2021*

27/12/2021*

Classes Resume

4/01/2022

4/01/2022

Last Day of Classes

16/01/2022

16/01/2022

Exams Start

17/01/2022

17/01/2022

Exams End

21/01/2022

21/01/2022

Results Released

3/02/2022

3/02/2022

Session 3 units

Units are listed alphabetically by unit code.

You can view the teaching delivery modes for the following units in Timetables.

Unit code

Unit title

Unit group
(check session
dates above)

How to enrol and register?

ABST1000

Introducing Indigenous Australia

Group 1

via eStudent

ACCG1000

Accounting in Society

Group 1

via eStudent

ACCG1001

Accounting and Governance

Group 1

via eStudent

ACCG3020

Taxation Law and Practice

Group 1

via eStudent

ACCG3040

Auditing and Assurance Services

Group 1

via eStudent

ACST1001

Finance 1A

Group 2

via eStudent

AFIN2000

Principles of Financial Literacy

Group 1

via eStudent

AHIS1200

Myth in the Ancient World

Group 1

via eStudent

ANTH1006

Drugs Across Cultures

Group 1

via eStudent

ARTS1000

Humanities and the World

Group 1

via eStudent

CAUD8008Clinical Practicum IIGroup 1

via eStudent

CAUD8017Clinical Practicum IVGroup 1

via eStudent

CIVL1001

Introduction to Civil Engineering

Group 2

via eStudent

COMP1000

Introduction to Computer Programming

Group 2

Use this form to open your S3 enrolment

COMP1010

Fundamentals of Computer Science

Group 2

Use this form to open your S3 enrolment

COMP1150

Introduction to Video Games

Group 2

Use this form to open your S3 enrolment

COMP1300

Introduction to Cyber Security

Group 2

Use this form to open your S3 enrolment

COMP2250

Data Communications

Group 1

via eStudent

ECON1020

Principles of Economics 1

Group 2

via eStudent

ENGG1000

Introduction to Engineering

Group 2

via eStudent

ENGG4099

Industry Experience

Group 1

via eStudent

ENGL1050

Grammar and Writing

Group 1

via eStudent

ENVS3241

Active Environments

Group 1

via eStudent

ENVS3429

Geomorphic analysis of Rivers and Wetlands for Conservations and Management

Group 1

via eStudent

ENVS8407Field Methods in Environmental Science (field trip - only available to those  in the course)Group 1

via eStudent

HSYP8008Global Nutrition and Food SecurityGroup 1

via eStudent

JPNS3050

Japanese Studies in Action

Group 1

via eStudent

LAWS5000

Remedies, Reparations and Resolution in Law

Group 1

via eStudent

LAWS5030

Law Moots and Competitions

Group 1

via eStudent

LAWS5048

Animal Law

Group 1

via eStudent

LAWS5051

PACE - Individual Placements

Group 1

via eStudent

LAWS8000

Law Moots and Competitions

Group 1

via eStudent

LAWS8006

Applied Legal Ethics

Group 1

via eStudent

LAWS8099

Professional and Community Engagement

Group 1

via eStudent

MATH1000

Introduction to Mathematical Modelling

Group 2

via eStudent

MATH1010

Calculus and Linear Algebra 1

Group 2

Use this form to open your S3 enrolment

MECH1001

Introduction to Mechanical Engineering

Group 2

via eStudent

MEDI2400Foundations in Ethics and SocietyGroup 1

via eStudent

MEDI2401Medical Admissions PreparationGroup 1

via eStudent

MEDI2900Introduction to Medical Research (has a quota - Special Approval form required)Group 1

via eStudent

MGMT1002

Principles of Management

Group 2

via eStudent

MKTG1001

Marketing Fundamentals

Group 2

via eStudent

MMCC2014

Creative Freedoms: Authorship, Technology, Law

Group 1

via eStudent

PHIL1032

Happiness, Goodness and Justice

Group 1

via eStudent

PHIL1037

Critical Thinking

Group 1

via eStudent

PHIL2010

Ethics, Business and Work

Group 1

via eStudent

PHTY2000Behaviour Change for Health and Exercise  (has a quota)Group 1

via eStudent

PHYS1510

Engineering Physics

Group 2

Use this form to open your S3 enrolment

PHYS1520

Physics for Electrical and Electronic Engineering

Group 2

Use this form to open your S3 enrolment

PROF2000

Professional Practice Placement 1

Group 1

via eStudent

PSYU1101Introduction to Psychology I  (has a quota)Group 1

via eStudent

PSYU3336Personality and it's DisordersGroup 1

via eStudent

PSYU3339Applied Child and Adolescent PsychologyGroup 1

via eStudent

PSYU3352Appetite:  The Psychology of Eating and Drinking (has a quota)Group 1

via eStudent

STAT1250

Business Statistics

Group 1

via eStudent

Need help or to chat to someone about session 3?

For academic advice contact your Academic and Course Advisers.

For help enrolling in Session 3 or general questions about how it works contact Student Connect.

Student Connect