Melbourne School of Psychological Sciences offers the Behaviour Change and Well-being (PSYC30024) subject.
In Semester 2, 2021, the subject will be available only to 100 third year students taking the psychology major. Students will be asked to nominate their interest by the application deadline. 100 students will be randomly selected until the quota is met.
How do I apply to be considered for a quota subject?
Applications for quota subjects will open during the re-enrolment period.
You must be enrolled in the subject by the last date to self-enrol in order to be considered for selection. Being enrolled in the subject is your complete application, there is nothing else you need to do.
The application closing date is published in Handbook as the Last self-enrol date.
Application and Selection
Selection into the subject will be random and not based on a first-in first-serve basis.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Enrolling in a quota subject through your study plan does not guarantee you a place in the subject. Email notification will be sent to advise the outcome of your application.
How to enrol into the subject
- Enrol in the subject via my.unimelb by the application deadline.
- Selection will occur after the application deadline
- Once selection has been finalised, applicants will receive notification of their application outcome via email. Outcomes will be emailed out to students within 2-3 weeks after the application close date and before the timetabling sort date
Unsuccessful applicants will be removed from the subject and advised via email.
- I missed the application deadline - will you consider late applications?
Submit an Enrolment Variation form. If there is room in the subject, and semester has not yet commenced, then you will be assisted to enrol in the subject. If the subject is already full then you will be added to the wait list.
- I wasn't selected for the subject - are there any other similar subjects I can do?
For a list of available Psychology subjects, refer to the Handbook for more information on subjects you may be interested in.
Please contact the Psychological Sciences Undergraduate team if you have any questions.